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Handcuffs and Spreader Bars Harland Rawlings might have chosen to be a scene of crime officer rather than a proper policeman like so many of the men in his family, but that doesn t mean he can t hold his own with any cop who comes his way Any evidence belongs to him until he says otherwise, and if a sergeant manages to roll around in evidence while tackling a suspect, then that man belongs to him until Harland has finished with him Detective Sergeant Alasdair Grant doesn t have good luck with men He resigned himself to that fact after his ex turned out to be the worst kind of sadist, so he s not best pleased when being processed by Harland gets him hot and hard and he has no way to hide it When Harland offers to fetch a spreader bar if he doesn t stop wriggling, he knows the other man is merely laughing at his expense There s no way the scene of crime officer could know how much he d like it if he did Harland can t work out why Alasdair keeps blowing hot and cold, flirting one minute and running away the next All he knows is that for some reason, even after the other man stopped being evidence, Harland can t stop thinking of Alasdair as belonging to him

10 thoughts on “Handcuffs and Spreader Bars

  1. says:

    Kim Dare does it again I liked how Harland had to show Alasdair that he wasn t going to be the total prick Alasdair s ex had been, that Domination wasn t equal to humiliation and that submission wasn t weakness With the great sex scenes we ve come to expect from Kim.

  2. says:

    I love Kim Dare She always has a way of bringing me into her books no matter how short or long they are They are all easy, fun reads while at the same time intense and hot I absolutely love them and this one is no exception I loved how Alasdair was jaded from his past and I loved that Harland was patient enough and determin

  3. says:

    This is a book that made me think, like so many of Kim Dare s books, about the nature of submission The way the characters were drawn just made it obvious how easy it is for idiots, pseudo Dominants and worse to take advantage of men who need to submit and have no choice but to trust them.Alasdair was hurt by a previous rela

  4. says:

    My favorite so far of this series.Alasdair Grant has had a bad experience with his so called dom of an ex lover who obviously couldn t have care less about Alasdair, the man, or the true gift of his submission Having had no other relationship to compare this to, Alasdair was left with a completely messed up idea of what a D s

  5. says:

    I can t believe I am DNF ing a Kim Dare no, actually, I can, because assholes check bullying check sexual harassment at work check unbelievable unrealistic situations check damaged character over and over and over and over and over again check Very disappointed At 50% all the perfectly good time wasted I feel I deserve to give

  6. says:

    I m sensing a reoccurring theme here It appears many of the subs in Ms Dare s stories have been abused It takes a Rawlings cop to show them how a true Dom behaves and treats his sub In this one, the use of a spreader bar was a nice touch I m still categorizing this as an erotic kinky novel, probablySugarKink than BDSM Still, a

  7. says:

    This is really a short story rather than a novella, even I won t be getting anyfrom this series They are well written, but for me the price is too high for the length of the story being told.

  8. says:

    I m truly loving this series I just wish each book was longer Really great characters with interesting stories to tell and this one was really good.

  9. says:

    Blue Ribbon Rating 4 out of 5Original Review LinkDetective Sergeant Alasdair Grant may be good at his job, but past experience proves he s not the best at picking a Dom His last boyfriend was so cruel, Alasdair isn t certain he can trust any man to give him what he needs without hurting him Knowing that about himself, Alasdair res

  10. says:

    From the dedica of this novella To taking a chance, even after you ve been hurt to the following development, I think the author wanted to launch a message to someone, in a nice and direct way Detective Sergeant Alasdair Grant is a good cop, he is gay, out and proud, but he was burned in the past and so now he doesn t trust so much

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