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    Devon McCormack(Author)

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“I won’t fall for him.”

After breaking up with his cheating ex, Mark Kenmore turns to rebound sex with the campus drug dealer, Tim Halwell. He’s heard the rumors about all the hearts Tim’s broken, but after how he’s been hurt, there’s no way he’ll let himself fall into that trap. Besides, if the press found out he was screwing around with a drug dealer, it would tarnish his governor mother’s reputation. He expects the sex to be hot and exciting. What he doesn’t expect is the most intense, mind-blowing experience he’s ever had. He knows it’s wrong to want more, but he can’t help himself. And the more time they spend hooking up, the more he worries he’s falling into the same trap as Tim’s previous boy toys…and the harder it becomes to keep what they’re doing a secret from his friends and family.

“He’s just like the others.”

Tim knows Mark—the son of a politician, attending one of the most prestigious universities in Atlanta—is just another spoiled rich kid. When Tim hears about Mark’s breakup, he’s more than willing to help the brat out with some rebound sex. Just another notch in his own headboard. Tim won’t make it a regular thing because that never goes well. The guys always end up falling for him, despite how much they may fight it. But one steamy, lust-filled encounter after another, and he finds he can’t stop messing around with Mark. It’s too much fun. Too intense. Too erotic. And the longer they try to remain each other’s filthy little secrets, the more Tim realizes if he doesn’t back out soon, he just might fall in love.
 

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  • PDF | 266 pages
  • Devon McCormack(Author)
  • Treycore Publishing (29 Dec. 2016)
  • English
  • 9
  • Gay & Lesbian

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  • By Katie townsend on 4 December 2016

    Filthy little secret was such a amazing story it had laughter fun some tears and a lot of seriousness to it it was a perfect story and also was hot and sexy toI fell so in love Tim and mark there connection was o intense from the start I could feel it from page to pageThank you devon mccormack for another beautifully written story I loved Tim and mark so much

  • By Kindle Customer on 13 January 2017

    Another brilliant book from Devon McCormack, the characters are really great guys the plot engaging and the sex is smoking hot. Loved reading this story.

  • By Symphony on 23 December 2016

    I have read and enjoyed other books by Devon but Dirty Little Secret didn't swing it for me.Just for one reason - I feel like nothing really happened. The story line is exactly what the back of the book tells us: Mark, son of the Govenor has gone through a messy breakup between his boyfriend and best friend, and is on the rebound with a drug drealer who has screwed people over countless times, but this time will the leopard change his spots.I just felt like we had connection to the book or maybe that was just me. I can't say we didn't have any background characters, or linking story-lines because we did, but just for me ... I (and this is rare for me) sort of just skimmed through after the first quarter or so, as there was nothing of interest to hold me.BUT I have read others of Devon's books which I have to say held very gritty and hard hitting stories, so I would say to check out his other works for sure!

  • By Jan on 15 December 2016

    Filthy Little Secret was certainly a filthy ride and it was exactly what I was in a mood for.Plot wise there was something missing though. I can’t pin point what.The guys had a scorching hot chemistry and both MC’s were great characters.Mark was a down to earth boy despite being the son of a politician, attending one of the most prestigious universities in Atlanta.A lovely *ahem* dirty boy.Tim was a not too bad, bad boy. His reputation was more like a public facade. I mean, he was a pro breaking guy’s hearts so, guilty!And yep, he was a drug dealer for a while, so guilty again.However, as far as Mark was concerned, Tim was a sweetie. That D. Juan act all came down with Mark.Tim also proved to be totally invested in their relationship when he decided to change.He left the "drug dealer life" because he wanted to be a better person for Mark.That being said, the drama at 80% mark left me disappointed big time! 1) it's a spoiler 2) Come on! Mark should have trusted Tim. The simple fact that Tim gave up the easy money to be with him was enough reason for him to be trusted considering how much he needed that money.Overall, Filthy Little Secret was a nice read. Don't let my meh comments put you off of reading it.There are lots of great reviews. Check it out!

  • By Shaztwirl on 6 December 2016

    When you see this author's name, you know you're going to get a lot of steamy sex. The bonus is that you also get a really well written, character driven story.

  • By Fiona Mason on 17 August 2017

    Loved the characters and their dynamic. Really felt the passion between them.It's really well written (which is hard to find these days).

  • By Cadiva on 20 December 2016

    This is a beautifully wicked little tale of two guys who, on the face of it should never have worked, discovering that life together is a much brighter prospect.Both Mark and Tim are fully fleshed out characters with their unique voices which makes the first person narrative work well in this setting.The mixture of highs and lows worked well, I loved the development of watching Tim's guard go down as Mark's ability to trust went up.The big angsty bit was also crafted well, the 'villain' of the piece was obvious but not overtly so and it was a good conclusion to his behaviour instead of it being brushed away.The epilogue was also lovely and the heat levels were volcanic, fully living up to the luscious image on the cover.


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