- Book Title: Tricking Chase
- Author: Jessie G
- Publisher: Jessie G Books (May 8, 2015)
- Book Length: 284 pages
- Genre: Contemporary, Gay Fiction, Romance, Biker, BDSM
- Reviewed by: Scott
- Posting Date: June 2, 2015
I don’t like to feel uncomfortable when reading a book. If a scene comes up I am uncomfortable with, I can read it, get past it and get on my merry reading way. Like a car wreck on the side of the road that we all slow down to look at as we pass by, this is how I approached this book. I say this for a couple of reasons; #1 this is my first MC book that I’ve read and to tell you the truth I am ignorant as to the workings of an MC so you can see my trepidation here. #2 is I’m not really comfortable reading a book that is a full on BDSM story, I’m just a little to vanilla for it I guess. This is also my first Jessie G book that I have read, so I cautiously started reading it.
Here is what I found. I found a book I truly frickin’ liked and devoured it, this story is tough and entertaining. Part of what made this book special is the how Ty (Trick) felt about Chase, as his most prized possession, I’m not so much fond of the word possession but in this case it works. For me the respect that Ty showed towards Chase is what made this story special it is what made them a true couple in my eyes. Chase helped with the cases and was a valuable asset in research and putting together pieces of a puzzle, of course his OCD helped in these matters.
This book is a spinoff of her successful Sizzling Miami series and there are quite a few characters that make the jump. Jessie does warn of this in the blurb, but I never read it so when all of these characters started appearing I got lost as they came fast and furious. I slowed down and reread a couple parts and was able to somewhat distinguish the characters in my head but it would have been much easier if I had read the previous series.
If you are like me, a good action adventure mystery is a really fun read if the author puts it together correctly. Jessie G does just that, the book is full of surprises and she does very little to give you enough clues to figure out what is in the upcoming pages. There are landmines as Ty finally finds his sister. There are revelations as to the MC’s activity into Drugs, Arms and Human trafficking that puts a real twist into the story.
So did I learn anything or have any revelations after reading this? I have to say yes, I think that Jessie wrote a realistic story about bad people and her portrayal of the BDSM relationship between Ty and Chase was refreshing. The bad people in the MC are what my mind conjures when I see a large number of bikers running down the highway, after reading this I would hope that it really is just a group of guys and gals that love the camaraderie and really want to help out their fellow members and help the community. Like I said before, I believe Tricking Chase as a realistic story that could most definitely be taking place here in South Florida.