Down & Dirty: Slade
(Dirty Angels MC #6)
by Jeanne St. James
Welcome to Shadow Valley where the Dirty Angels MC rules. Get ready to get Down & Dirty because this is Slade’s story…
He thought he liked easy. Until she showed him easy was boring.
Right out of the Marines, Slade’s first mistake was patching into a club that was headed down a destructive path. His second was rolling into Shadow Valley on a search for answers. He had no plans to patch into another club, even one like the DAMC, and he certainly wasn’t looking for an ol’ lady. Especially a ball-buster like Diamond, who could singe the hair off a brother’s nuts with just a look.
DAMC born and bred, Diamond was ready to give up on becoming an ol’ lady until the heavily tattooed biker rolled into town on his Harley. Problem is, months later Slade’s still a mystery. He never talks about himself or his past, and Diamond wants answers. But she’s not quite ready for what’s uncovered: secrets that could very well implode the club. It doesn’t just bring Slade’s loyalty into question, but forces Diamond to make a choice she doesn’t want to make. A choice that affects not only Slade, but the whole MC.
Note: This book can be read as a standalone. It includes lots of steamy scenes, biker slang, cursing, some violence and, of course, an HEA. If you like alpha males who like to take charge, this book is for you.
4 Slade and Diamond Stars
Slade is the 6th book in the Dirty Angel MC Series by Jeanne St. James. Slade is searching for something and he’s just not sure what that is. He wants Diamond but he’s never going to settle down and therefore wants nothing to do with her. But he can’t help but go back for more after he gets a taste of her.
Diamond is turning 30 and wants to find an ol’man of her own. She wants the house, the home and the gamily but she is losing hope that she will find the right man to do this with. Being the hard headed woman who takes no nonsense from anyone including a man, she may never find what she is looking for!
I love the banter and the flow of this book and don’t get me started on the Birthday scene! I really didn’t think I would like this book or Diamond but I was pleasantly surprised! As always with St. James’ books the secondary characters are great and what make her books so entertaining to me.
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