Dirty Deeds

Dirty Deeds hrs minSheila Pinelli needed to be taken out Former cop turned private investigator Cole McGinnis never considered committing murder But six months ago when Jae Min s blood filled his hands and d

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  • Title: Dirty Deeds
  • Author: Rhys Ford Greg Tremblay
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Audible Audio
  • 8 hrs 5 minSheila Pinelli needed to be taken out.Former cop turned private investigator Cole McGinnis never considered committing murder But six months ago, when Jae Min s blood filled his hands and death came knocking at his lover s door, killing Sheila Pinelli became a definite possibility.While Sheila lurks in some hidden corner of Los Angeles, Jae and Cole share a bed8 hrs 5 minSheila Pinelli needed to be taken out.Former cop turned private investigator Cole McGinnis never considered committing murder But six months ago, when Jae Min s blood filled his hands and death came knocking at his lover s door, killing Sheila Pinelli became a definite possibility.While Sheila lurks in some hidden corner of Los Angeles, Jae and Cole share a bed, a home, and most of all, happiness They d survived Jae s traditional Korean family disowning him and plan on building a new life preferably one without the threat of Sheila s return hanging over them.Thanks to the Santa Monica police mistakenly releasing Sheila following a loitering arrest, Cole finally gets a lead on Sheila s whereabouts That is, until the trail goes crazy, and he s thrown into a tangle of drugs, exotic women, and death Regardless of the case going sideways, Cole is determined to find the woman he once loved as a sister and get her out of their lives once and for all.

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    1. Of course I loved this one! I mean, it's Greg Tremblay and Rhys Ford! Greg Tremblay is a MASTER at audiobooks and Rhys was on her game, giving him a kick-ass story. It was blissfully, awesomely perfect.I swear, Greg Tremblay gives me a book hangover each time I listen to him. The next audiobook after one of his can just never, ever compare! He is at the tippy top of his game, and he shows off his skills here in book #4 of the Cole McGinnis series. I know I always fan-girl all over this narrator [...]

    2. I've said this before, but what I really love about reading a series is being able to follow along on a journey between characters, especially in a romance between 2 MC's.  This is the fourth installment of the Cole McGinnis series and it's been a long, hard road for Cole & Jae.  Book 4 wasa delight. It was so great to be able to finally see them both HAPPY and free to love one another.What this series excels at is telling a layered mystery, wrought with personal angst, and highlighting a [...]

    3. Written August 25, 20144.3 Strong Shiny Stars - OMG, this was a great end to a pleasant sweet romantic crime seriesBook #4As A friend just told me I've been on a audiobook binge this last week. I'm almost exhausted!!. Time to read a book instead. Big applause for a fantastic narration. Greg Tremblay made this books to a wonderful adventure, a journey, a train I'm glad I jumped on. There will be more Rhys Ford books in the future.I have to collect myself now and through a few lines write a summar [...]

    4. This review can be found at The Blogger Girls review site.4.5 starsCole and Jae are finally happy. In their one year together, they’ve managed to survive some pretty dangerous situations including the horrifying moment when Jae was shot by Sheila Pinelli. Now, six months after Jae’s recovery, their relationship is stronger than ever. When Cole gets a call about Sheila being arrested then let go, he can’t leave things alone any longer not when the police are asking for his help. What Cole h [...]

    5. I adore these two! I loved finally here more about Ben, even though everything was still very vague. I also loved the epilogue, totally saw that coming and am super duper excited to see how that plays out. (I still have a hard on for Greg Tremblay's narration!! Like a big one!)

    6. I was recently introduced to this series when asked if I wanted to review an ARC of Dirty Deeds. I hadn’t read any of the books in the series so I thought I would give it a shot. I mean, I already knew I liked Rhys Ford’s books so why not? Well, I didn’t like this series.I loved it!I knew halfway through the first book Dirty Kiss that this series would end up being my favorite of hers. Just the fact that I never figured out whodunit in any of the books made sure that this series would go d [...]

    7. So far this book is my favorite in the series. It was a little less fast-paced and the plot was very easy to follow. It also had less blood and goreough there was still some.Cole and Jae finally took the next step in their relationship least this was what it felt like to me. They were solidd reading how far they have come together, was a beautiful thing.We also get an awesome scene with Cole bottoming for Jae for the first time. I have been waiting for that to happen since book 1 !!! It was HOT [...]

    8. I have had a great time with this series and Dirty Deeds is a nice culmination to it all (I know, there is one more book, but that is months away). The author has built a great series using some solid building block found in each book:Funny opening scene. In this one, Cole finds his mouth in dangerously close proximity to cock poking out of green velour pants.Cole being a magnet for trouble. I am pretty sure that he has been arrested in each book.Guns and bullets. Someone's always getting shot. [...]

    9. It's been six months since Cole almost lost Jae and every thing would be perfect if only the shooter was behind bars. Wry, dry, sarcastic, kinda an asshole - Cole doesn't really take himself too seriously. Instead, what he does take very seriously is his love for Jae and his need to keep him safe. The latest entry to this series was a great look at him, his blossoming relationship with Jae, and his evolving developments with his surrogate family and his two brothers. Despite Cole's struggles wit [...]

    10. This one was cool. I can finally say I didn't cry during this book. Cole and Jae relationships continue to grow and I love it. Can someone explain to me what happened to Maddie's legs. I don't recall what they said happened. I kinda like Ichrin, better than Mike I'm just saying. Bobby and little bro together saw that coming a mile away.

    11. **** 5 Dirty stars ****Audio edition, narrator Greg Tremblay8 hours 5 minutesOverall: 5Performance: 5 Story: 5#1 Dirty Kiss#2 Dirty Secret#2.1 Interview with Kim Jae-Min (read after Dirty Secret)An interview by Rhys on her homepage. Link#2.2 Dirty Afternoon with Bobby Dawson (read before Dirty Laundry)An interview by Rhys on her homepage. Link#3 Dirty Laundry#3.5 Dirty Sweets  Link#3.6 Dirty Day (short story from LYLBTB Advent Event 2013)Link#3.8 Dirty Deeds interview: Catching up with Cole [...]

    12. I don’t know if I’ve changed or if she has, but this author’s writing style is not working for me anymore. It feels like there’s very little left of what I liked about this series in book 1 & 2 and now the writing quirks – excessive description, lengthy sex scenes, and clumsy metaphors - just irritate and distract me. I often found myself thinking ‘huh?’ and rereading; the writing does not flow smoothly. I realize this may not bother most people, but this is the end of the line [...]

    13. Finally.I was just sure that Jae was going to run forever. And that was okay because I knew he loved Cole so him hiding from his own feelings, from true commitment, that was okay. I could deal. But Cole is getting things together too. He has a good working relationship with the LAPD now, things are quieting on the home front, he has two brothers, one older, one younger, who love him, and his best friend, though being weird, seems more grounded himself. So even though he still gets shot at and th [...]

    14. Oh my. Oh. My.I love this series, I love Cole, I love Jae, I really love Bobby and I love Rhys Ford for giving us these guys. I would be remiss if I didn't add the love for Greg Tremblay too because he is Cole McGinnis. When he reads Cole's really emotional scenes I get all kinds of verklempt and I can't stop listening. When he reads Cole's misadventures and snarky comments I laugh out loud and I can't stop listening. When he reads Cole and Jae's interactions, deliciously dirty and otherwise I c [...]

    15. “Do you promise this is your last white rabbit?” Jae’s thin smile was enough to ease some of my fear.“It’s a windmill, remember? Quixote, not Alice.” I kissed him quickly, jerking back when his teeth nearly nipped my nose.“No, I think this time, you are Alice.” Jae broke from my hold, standing in one fluid, liquid movement. “The windmills were real, even if Quixote thought they were giants. The white rabbit—that was all in Alice’s head. This thing you have with Sheila, you [...]

    16. Let's not call this a review's more of a rating with a comment And let's just say it's same old, same oldI'm loving it and the story's every bit as good as I remember and Greg Tremblay's just making it all the better and even more enjoyable than I remembered in a nutshellI'm lovin' it!!!

    17. Damn you Rhys Ford, damn you all to hell! This series is addictive! Cole and Jae are fantastic MCs, the supporting characters are GREAT and the pace is realistic. However there was NO reason to put Jae and Cole further through the ringer, really! But you did Rhys Ford, and these two DESERVE their happy ending, I'm telling you, let them have their happy ending!!! Okay, I'm BEGGING you, let them have their happy ending, these two have been through enough, and are almost out on the other side, hap [...]

    18. Dirty Deeds is Book Four in the Cole McGinnis Mystery series and all our favourite characters are here for our delectation. Our stalwart, besotted Cole and the gorgeous, Jae-Min, are living happily together and Cole is enjoying the physical results of Jae‘s yoga, which he took up to aid his recovery after being shot by Sheila. I still tingle or smile when they call each other Cole -ah or Jae-ah and their scenes together are deliciously hot. Twink loving Bobby is getting even more muscly, is st [...]

    19. 4.5 StarsDirty Deeds sees Cole get shot at a lot. You know, the usual. I can't imagine what his insurance rates must be!After Ben's widow, Sheila, who has become a drugged out crack and meth addict, tried to kill Jae a few months ago, Cole spent a lot of time and energy trying to find her. Then, when Sheila is arrested and then released, due to a glitch or a stupid rookie mistake, Cole stepps up his efforts. So, of course, people from Cole's past keep crashing into his present, in a spectacular [...]

    20. Audio bookGreg Tremblay, marry me!!I’m not only in love with Cole and Jae, but with Greg Tremblay as well. He is so good. I’m not ashamed to admit that I am totally addicted to this series! I can listen to Greg telling me about Cole, Jae, Bobby and Ichi ALL day long.This installment was a bit slower and less action packed than the others in the series. But we finally get some more answers as to why Ben shot Rick and Cole. And I did not see that one coming!We also finally get a scene that I w [...]

    21. Probably my most fave of the series so far. I actually didn't get confused with all the names/characters this time. I felt Jae was a much more likeable character in this instalment. I understand it was part of his cultural up bringing to be so reserved, but I'm glad he and Cole really solidified their relationship. Loved the little shout out to Mary Calmes (Jory & Sam) and the cliffie in the epilogue!

    22. Perfection! I was so happy to learn even more about Cole and how his past relationships shaped him into the man that adores Jae-Min. And I also loved that the mystery was so much easier to follow this time. It was excellent reading. Rhys has once again confirmed her spot as one of my very favorite authors.

    23. Ichiro Tokugawa!!Actually this book is my favourite in the series so far. Jae seems more settled and there was less forced angst and more backstory. Previous books could be confusing and it felt like the reader should know what was happening and this is the book that makes it all make sense. There is a MAJOR consistency error that really annoyed me and is pretty much the only reason that this does not get 5 stars. A bit harsh perhaps, but thems the breaks!! These books are just easy reading and [...]

    24. I loved this one just as much as the others, if not more. I've written this before, but I just love the relationship between Jae and Cole. They are so great together. I feel they really stepped up the relationship in this one and I loved every page of it. I also like that O'Byrne and Cole have a better dynamic between the two of them. I think their banter is great and like how they've come to an understanding.And the way it ended.hoo boy! I need the next book, like now!!!

    25. This has become my favorite M/M series. Ever! I love Cole and Jae-Min. And I love all the supporting characters. Mike, Maddy, Scarlet, Claudia and family, Bobby, and Ichi. Sounds like we might get to know those last two better in the next book. I can't freakin' wait!!!

    26. October 2016Just re-read the whole series and can't get enough of these two. April2016Love this series! Cole and Jae are one of my favorite couples . ever!

    27. Shit, I'm all caught up, and now I have to wait with the rest of the masses!Better review to come, but Rhys Ford has become my new Goddess with this series.

    28. Kindle review:Another great entry in the Cole McGinnis series. I have loved Cole and Jae from book one. Rhys Ford does not let her characters have the easy life. They have to work for their happy endings. She also writes with a wonderful sense of humor. The opening scene with Cole, Bobby and Claudia had me laughing out loud. Plus one other scene that had me in tears involving Salonpas. You have to read the book.This book finds our guys,in fairly good health and happy until it is discovered that [...]

    29. What a great story! These guys have moved into my favorite couples category. Not only are they hot together, in this book they have become closer emotionally, and it's very evident throughout the story. Cole is after Sheila Pinelli, the woman who shot Jae-Min in a previous story and is the widow of Cole's former partner who shot Cole's first love and then killed himself. There's mystery and mayhem in this story, with Cole finally getting a degree of grudging respect from Detective O'Byrne. But m [...]

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