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Handcuffs and Trouble by Kim Dare
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Jan 21, 11

bookshelves: 2011, m-m, bdsm
Read on January 20, 2011, read count: 1

I DEFINITELY liked Trent, but honestly I had doubts about Kieran and his motives. True to Kim Dare, she DOES indicate that deeper feelings are planted and growing, but honestly he treated Trent in such a crass manner most of the time, even when they weren't on duty. Not mean, just straight forward but to such a point that I was taken aback thinking, 'what the hell does Trent SEE in this guy? He's not even nice. Screw that - why is ED allowing his brother [or cousin - that was never clarified] to be used by Kieran when he apparently knows how Kieran is with his relationships??'
Trent may have been a born submissive, and his actions were charming for the most part, but I kept coming back to the over-all feeling of him being used, and latching on to Kieran just because he was there, and because he was the first to show serious interest. =/

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