Turquoise and Leather
Book one in the Collared Series An untrained submissive might not be what George wants, but Eric could be just what George needs. George McAllister knows better than to hook up with an untrained submissive. He doesn't have the patience to guide a novice through his first kinky experiences. His... show more
Book one in the Collared Series An untrained submissive might not be what George wants, but Eric could be just what George needs. George McAllister knows better than to hook up with an untrained submissive. He doesn't have the patience to guide a novice through his first kinky experiences. His lovers know what they are doing and do what they are told. When he sees Eric dancing on top of a table in a kinky club, he assumes the beautiful young man is an experienced submissive. Then he sees the turquoise and leather on his neck and recognises it as a collar. Someone else already owns Eric. George has no choice but to walk away. Eric Jordan doesn't know much about kink and he has no idea why George is suddenly less than enthusiastic. But he knows what he wants and if he has to chase after George to get it, so be it. If George wants to believe the pretty bit of rock on his necklace means something kinky, that's fine. But Eric doesn't belong to anyone but himself and he won't give up possession of himself for one night in George's bed. An untrained submissive might not be what George wants, but he could be just what George needs.
Publish date: March 16th 2009
Pages no: 51
Edition language: English
, Short Stories
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: Collared (#1)
Well, that was disappointing. I was bored and I really didn’t like George, the Dom. Even his name gives me the creeps. It was only 31 pages, but I felt like it was never going to end… Ugh..
This was an incredibly solid D/s themed short story that kept me engaged from the beginning until the end. I do wish it had been longer because the main characters, Eric and George, are both interesting characters who have fabulous chemistry together.One of the things I liked most about this book is...
Kim Dare is a comfort read for me. I'm never disappointed and am quite amazed at how much she packs into her novellas. No exception here. A quick, hot read.
Yet another fun story from Kim. I really enjoyed the banter between Eric and George. I could almost feel Eric's hyperness and loved how George found ways to counteract it. As with most stories I read these days, I wish it were longer. I'm definitely looking forward to the next installment of th...