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Book Name: Tales From The Edge (Reaching the Edge, Living on the Edge, Dancing on the Edge, A Double-Edged Sword) Author Name: LM Somerton Author Bio: L M lives in a small village in the English countryside, surrounded by rolling hills, cows and sheep. She started writing to fill time between jobs and is now firmly and unashamedly addicted. She loves the English weather, especially the rain, and adores a thunderstorm. She loves good food, warm company and a crackling fire. She's fascinated by the psychology of relationships, especially between men, and her stories contain some subtle (and not so subtle) leanings towards BDSM. Author Links: http://pinterest.com/lmsomerton Twitter: @lmsomerton Cover Artist: Emmy Ellis Publisher: Totally Bound Blurb(s): The Edge is a training company with a difference. Its weekend clients come for classes in bondage and domination, not team building and problem solving. The management, staff and customers of The Edge do not lead boring lives. In fact they have a habit of getting themselves into all kinds of trouble. Put Dominant, possessive alpha males together with bratty, loveable submissives and sparks are bound to fly. These Tales from The Edge are their stories. Sales Links: https://www.totallybound.com/author/lm-somerton#books https://www.amazon.com/author/lmsomerton

Book Name: Tales From The Edge (Reaching the Edge, Living on the Edge, Dancing on the Edge, A Double-Edged Sword) Author Name: LM Somerton Author Bio: L M lives in a small village in the English countryside, surrounded by rolling hills, cows and sheep. She started writing to fill time between jobs and is now firmly and unashamedly addicted. She loves the English weather, especially the rain, and adores a thunderstorm. She loves good food, warm company and a crackling fire. She's fascinated by the psychology of relationships, especially between men, and her stories contain some subtle (and not so subtle) leanings towards BDSM. Author Links: http://pinterest.com/lmsomerton Twitter: @lmsomerton Cover Artist: Emmy Ellis Publisher: Totally Bound Blurb(s): The Edge is a training company with a difference. Its weekend clients come for classes in bondage and domination, not team building and problem solving. The management, staff and customers of The Edge do not lead boring lives. In fact they have a habit of getting themselves into all kinds of trouble. Put Dominant, possessive alpha males together with bratty, loveable submissives and sparks are bound to fly. These Tales from The Edge are their stories. Sales Links: https://www.totallybound.com/author/lm-somerton#books https://www.amazon.com/author/lmsomerton

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A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

A Double-Edged Sword: How do you stay standing when the ground is torn from beneath your feet? Becket and Christian are taking the first, tentative steps towards the committed D/s relationship they both crave when the world literally explodes around them. In a frightening reversal of roles, Becket has to deal with his own vulnerability and Christian must find the strength to take care of his Dom. With the help of their friends at The Edge, the two men come to realise that dominance and submission cannot be switched on and off. Events that could have ended in tragedy provide the catalyst that affirms their trust in each other, but there are still questions to answer. Is the safe path always the right one to take? Is control simply a state of mind? One thing’s for certain, life’s too short for compromise Excerpt:  From ‘Dancing on the Edge’ The black rubber ball wasn’t huge. Carey wanted to keep Alistair quiet, not stretch his face into some weird parody of ‘The Scream’. Alistair pouted prettily when he saw it, but the dark flush to his rigid cock told Carey that he wasn’t really objecting. Carey slipped the ball into place and tightened the straps around Alistair’s head, being careful not to catch his hair. “That’s lovely, sweetheart. Now on to the bed, hands and knees. You know what to do if you want to safe word?” Alistair nodded as he got into position. Carey reminded him anyway, “Good. You bang the bed with your fist and I stop.” He was always scrupulous about safety—Alistair had a tendency to be stubborn. Carey stripped down, enjoying the feel of the air on his warm skin. Alistair had managed to get him nicely close to boiling point and he couldn’t wait to bubble over, but first he had to pay another visit to the toy drawer. He retrieved Alistair’s favourite paddle—it was made of flexible steel sheathed in a thick rubber sleeve and could deliver a painful whack. Although Carey was a strict master most of the time, it was indulgent to give the boy what he enjoyed the most and an occasional lapse into soppiness was allowed. Alistair was trying to peer back at him—difficult from his current position and he knew he wasn’t supposed to look unless he was told to. “Eyes to the front, boy, or I’ll blindfold you as well.” Carey kept his tone light and conversational. He never said anything he didn’t mean and felt that a raised voice signified loss of control. Alistair snapped his head back into position, but he wiggled his arse cheekily. “Patience, brat, all in good time. First I need to warm you up a little. Spread your legs wider.” Tour Dates: June 20 – July 6 Tour Stops: June 20: Kimi-Chan June 21:  Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words Dawns Reading Nook June 22: Nephylim, Amanda C. Stone, Jade Crystal June 23: 3 Chicks After Dark, Love Bytes, Rainbow Gold Reviews June 24: The Hat Party June 25: Hearts on Fire June 26: Michael Mandrake, LeAnn’s Book Reviews June 27: Prism Book Alliance June 28: Iyana Jenna June 29: Tara Lain June 30: Velvet Panic July 1: Wake Up Your Wild Side July 2: Elisa Rolle July 3: MM Good Books July 4: My Fiction Nook July 5: Cate Ashwood, Parker Williams July 6: Book Reviews and More by Kathy

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