Life is good for Toby and Damon—maybe too good. What happens when someone seems intent on destroying their happiness?
Toby and Damon are growing closer every day, with Toby recovering from the shot to his shoulder and Damon trying to keep him from pushing too hard too fast. Things are good between them.
They’re even better in the bedroom, where Toby is learning all sorts of new things and Damon is happily pushing his limits.
They’ve almost forgotten that someone doesn’t seem as happy with their closeness as they are, when Toby walks into his studio to find it trashed and his little apartment ransacked. Are the authorities going to be able to apprehend the culprit before Toby decides the best course of action is to remove himself from the equation?
This is book three in the series and should be read in order to really understand the charaters and what’s going on.
Unlike the other two, this one really picks up right where we left off, Toby is still healing from the gun shot and Damon is still being protective and teaching him the finer points of a D/s relationship. We also have more interaction with Peter and Christian.
Such a great continuation of this story. We get more in depth feelings and knowledge of not just Toby and Damon but with Christian and Peter. All the while wondering when the next strike is going to happen. I love how these four work so well together, how they are building a business together. The anticipation of what is coming next is almost to much.