Down & Dirty: Dawg
(Dirty Angels MC #7)
by Jeanne St. James
She has a secret. But little does she know, so does he.
With a past he’s not proud of and a secret only recently discovered, Dawg’s life is about to change when a kindergarten teacher walks into Heaven’s Angels Gentlemen’s Club, a DAMC business he’s run for the past fifteen years. With no experience, her dancing sucks but he can’t deny the woman’s determination to get the job and, against his better judgement, hires her anyway. While her girl-next-door looks may be good for business, he’s not ready for someone like Emma to walk into his life.
Emma’s desperate. She not only needs a lot of cash, but needs it quickly. Recently unemployed and with nowhere else to turn, she takes a drastic step by auditioning at Dawg’s club. When he finds out her secret, he’s willing to go above and beyond to help her. However, Emma has no idea how a bearded, tattooed biker and strip club manager can help when law enforcement can’t.
Coming from two different worlds, Dawg’s life needs to change drastically to make things work, but is he willing to give up almost everything he’s ever known for Emma?
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.
Dawg is the 7th book in the Dirty Angels MC Series by Jeanne St. James. I will admit I really wasn’t sure if I was going to like this book from the first chapter I was nearly going to stop reading but I’m so glad I didn’t!
Dawg is the manager of Heaven’s Angels, he takes care of his girls but has one rule never to get tied into anything with them. Emma is a kindergarten teacher who has just lost her job and is desperate. He knows deep down that she is not right for the job and sets upon finding out what her big secret and why she is she has begged him for a chance.
Dawg is Emma’s knight in shining armour, he will conquer anything and give up anything for her if it means he can help her. This was such a great read, like always the secondary characters where great and there was numerous times when I LOL.
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