On his way home from vacation, Scott Gregory, a closeted sub, hooks up with the gorgeous Red, a flamboyant Dom, for a thrilling one-off at a BDSM bar. They part ways after a satisfying scene… but meet again when Robin Kennedy—Red—arrives at his new job as a dental hygienist and discovers one of his two bosses is Scott.
Robin and Scott embark on a journey of exploration into their kinkier sides and discover they’re more than compatible—they’re a perfect match. But keeping employer/employee and Dom/sub separate at the office presents difficulties, and to make matters even more complicated, the owner of the dental practice is an acknowledged homophobe.
They fall in love, but Robin chafes at all the secrecy, refusing to live in the shadows. Scott isn’t as brave; he’s desperate to protect his job and his future. Will they be able to find some middle ground… or will their entire relationship fall apart because of fear?
This is a re-edited rerelease of a 10 year old book. Ya, it should have been edited more. So much was just so unbelievable and eye rolling.
Scott is at the end of a month long vacation (3 months into a new job? who does that?) and wants to go out with a bang. He is a sub that hasn’t been satisfied. But when he goes to a club, it is the bartender he wants. He waits until his shift is over to hook up. In the parking lot. In the back seat of a car. What? Two grown ass men having kinky sex in the back seat of a BMW? Sorry, dumb. And there is not mention of tight quarters or awkward movements, nothing. Like they had all the room in the world.
Scott’s “best friend” who he hasn’t talked to in a year wants a job. Boom, hired. Then we get her whole back story which is totally irrelevant.
Scott goes back to work to come face to face with the Dom he has sex with in the back of his car.
Scott and Robin (AKA “Red”) have to stay in the closet at work because of a homophobic owner. In San Francisco.
I could go on, but I will save you. I’m sorry, but this book was just not good.
2 Pieces of Eye Candy