on November 29th, 2011
Pages: 79 pages
Can two men let go of the past in order to find their future together?
When helo pilot Glen Rhodes flies Navy SEALs into the most dangerous places on earth, he has nerves of steel. Since his trusted Dom’s death three years ago, though, the thought of submitting makes him panic.
Determined to move on and long past ready to release the adrenaline rush from his job, Glen returns to home ground—and to the bar he hasn’t had the heart to enter for three long years. There, he meets a man who seems to fit naturally into the void.
Derek Mann has suffered his own losses, and he isn’t looking for permanent. Easy conquests don’t interest him, either. One look at Glen’s proud military bearing and sad eyes tells him that he has a challenge on his hands. And that winning Glen’s trust will unleash something wild and beautiful.
The plan is to tread lightly. But from the first touch of skin on skin, there’s no holding back…except when it comes to their deepest emotions. A Christmas Eve crisis pushes them both to their limits, leaving them no choice but to let go of the past...or let it pull them apart.
Warning: Contains rough language, rougher sex and warriors who fall hard for each other.
Navy pilot Glen Rhodes has been trying to find his equilibrium after his dom died three years ago. They had been together for 5 years and no one has been able to Glen. After a particularly rough mission, Glen returned to his deceased Dom’s club, hoping to find something.
The minute he came in the door, he had a panic attack but a new-to-him Dom Derek Mann stepped in and helped him calm down. Derek found himself attacked to Glen and wanted to earn Glen’s trust and submission.
See Derek had been looking for a new sub as his longtime sub had passed away. Is it possible that these two could find companionship and fill the void left by the past loves?
This one wasn’t as good as Bound by Law but it still hit the spot. Glen was a little bossy and difficult for a sub, but he was also very damaged by his upbrining. Derek was patient, caring and just great. He really took care of Glen and thus earning Glen’s submission.
I am ready for TomCat now!