Saturday, September 3, 2011
Handcuffs and Megabytes
I want to introduce you to an author that I just can't get enough of, Kim Dare. She writes great series with sexy interesting character's. If you want to just take a small bite out of the BDSM world then her books are a great place to start.
Handcuffs and Megabytes, Kim Dare, Resplendence Publishing
Mike Shane’s an old fashioned kind of cop. To his mind, police work should be all about pounding the pavements, interrogating suspects and following leads. It should not involve hours spent sitting at a desk staring at a computer screen. When he’s seconded to a computer crimes task force, he’s dreading spending all his time surrounded by computers and computer geeks.
Carl Rawlings is no geek. With a body full of tattoos and piercings, along with a new found interest in anything and everything kinky, he’s not your average cop—or your average computer expert either. Immediately drawn to the other man’s old school style of dominance, he quickly decides that teaching Mike all about the new program he’s developed won’t be so bad after all, but who knows what Mike may teach him in return?
Carl's job can really get to him sometimes, the horrors he see while working with the Computer Crimes division is sometimes more than he can take. He is looking for someone to help him forget if even for a little while.
Mike is a no non-sense Dom who thinks this computer nerd with the goth look is a brat waiting to be brought to heel. And he is just the Dom to do it.
In this seventh installment in the Rawlings Men series, Kim Dare explores the need to dominate and submit due to work related stress. Both men need what they get out of this relationship to help them deal with the the things they see and do at their job. When Carl submits he feels safe, he can let go and know that Mike is there to give him the physical release he needs. Mike gets to feel the control that he doesn't usually have at work, being able to figure out what Carl needs leads to Mikes satisfaction. The emotion that you experience seeing things through Carl's point of view made understanding his need to submit easier. These books are short but they pack an emotional punch worthy of a prize fighter. I would suggest any of the books in this series. I give Handcuffs and Megabytes 5 chocolate dipped strawberries.