I’m going to give you the line from the books I’ve read that make my mind crave the rest like chocolate & Coke.
Yeah, this is actually an opening line, but I fucking love it—it kinda needs more info to really get what I love about it. but still…
do you feel about spreader bars?” Harland Rawlings asked, his voice
completely level and not betraying the slightest trace of emotion.|
Detective Sergeant Alasdair Grant frowned down at him in confusion. “What?”
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Handcuff’s & Spreader Bars by Kim Dare
(Rawlings Men #5)
First Published 2 Februray 2011 by Resplendence Publishing
Contemporary BDSM Erotic Romance
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…
Handcuff’s and Leather, Handcuff’s and Glory Holes, Handcuff’s and Headlocks, Handcuff’s and Trouble, Handcuff’s and Ball Gags, Handcuff’s and Megabytes, Handcuff’s and Pretty Things