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Dangerous Submission

(Dangerous Affairs #2)

3.73  ·  Rating details ·  128 ratings  ·  32 reviews
British Agent Drake Steele never thought when he was hired on at the Serious Organised Crime Agency that his job would involve spanking a co-worker. But when the colleague is Lord Robbie Covington, the sexy red-headed computer hacker for SOCA and MI-6, Drake can't agree fast enough to pop Robbie's cherry and pull him into the sensual world of BDSM.

Now they are caught up
Kindle Edition, 219 pages
Published May 19th 2019 (first published April 23rd 2013)
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May 02, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: lgbt
I always think its a good sign when I pick up a book and dont put it down until finished and that is exactly what happened with Dangerous Submissions, this is the second book in the Dangerous Affairs series

Dangerous Submission (2)

Drake Steele is an Agent for SOCO and his mission is to go undercover as a dom to Robbie Carrington, his task is to ensure the safety of an MI-6  IT specialist, to enable him to extract information needed to expose an underground criminal responsible for selling arms and stolen art, and
Lauren at Live Read and Breathe Reviews
So I said yes to this review because I will admit I am a fan of the m/m genre now add in a little BDSM and love and BAM you get quite the combo.

This was book 2 in the Dangerous Affairs series. I never read the first one and I didn't feel that it affected this story. It could have helped with a bit more background of the series but I feel I had everything that I needed still to love this story.

Even though Drake acts like he is tough as nails and doesn't need anyone. It isn't until he meets Robbie
JustJen "Miss Conduct"
Review written for Hearts On Fire Reviews 3 stars

This story is book 2 of the Dangerous Affairs series and follows The Long Con. At the very beginning, we get to see Tony and Nate from book 1, but thats the extent of their appearances. This installment is about another mission where Drake Steel is partnered up with Lord Robinson Covington (Robbie) to pose as Dom/Sub while attending a weekend long BDSM sex party in Prague. Drake is the experienced Dom, while Robbie is a virgin at being a
After reading the first book in the series, The Long Con, and really enjoying it, I was more than willing to give this sequel, Dangerous Submission, a try. They are set in the same world of art crime and investigation and the main characters from the first book are minor characters in the beginning. I suppose it could be read out of order in a pinch, but I'm always one for reading books in a series in order.
While I enjoyed this story as much as the first one in the series, I found that it was
Kele Moon
Apr 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: m-m, cp-books, spies, bdsm
OMG! Big, sexy scottish Dom. . . Need I say more? Drake is so sexy! I love him like whoa. . . And Robbie, the cute redheaded twinkie sub. . . I have such a thing for redheaded men. . . This book was the perfect combination of awesome!

Plus the adventure in this kept me turning the pages. . .

Crissy Morris
4 stars

Originally reviewed for Joyfully Jay

When the Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA) tasks Agent Drake Steele with protecting the son of a duke (who is also an agent) on a dangerous undercover mission, he doesnt want to do it. Hes no ones babysitter. In fact, hes a forensic accountant with a background in the Royal Navy. That background and his known lifestyle as a dominant are what make him perfect for the case though. A crime boss is selling stolen pieces of art and the SOCA has a way in
Jul 22, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: m-m
Originally posted at Rarely Dusty Books

Genre & Keywords:
Contemporary Romance, M/M, Mystery, Suspense, BDSM, Undercover, Prague, London, Red-head, Danger

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Heat level: 3 out of 3 flames

Well, this was a thoroughly sexy read. Two agents, who don't really know each other but feel a mutual attraction, are thrown together in an undercover operation where they have to pose as a couple. And not just any couple, no, they have to act as a Dom and his sub. Drake
Really 3.5 Stars

reviewed at http://scorchingbookreviews.blogspot....

The set-up for this book actually nearly made me put it down again. There are things that I cannot believe for the sake of a plot and, unfortunately, I felt that some of the things that I was being asked to accept were just a step too far. I kept reading for the chemistry that started between the two characters almost immediately and I am glad that I did because the suspense plot probably only took up about 20% of the book. The
Mar 18, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: bdsm, build-up, erotica
This is the first M/M book I have read. I have read menage where it is M/M/F but this is the first strictly man on man lovin. I really enjoyed it too! I know this genre is not for everyone and that is fine but if you want a good M/M with BDSM this is a good one! To see the man that is hard on everyone (Drake) soften. Robbie, well he just cracked me up with his sassy-ness that's for sure. The only thing that did get me was that I had forgotten a few times that the two of these guys were on a ...more
May 27, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Drake has always been a man in complete control which makes his being a Dom a natural fit and will be useful when his latest mission has him catching criminals who frequent BDSM events. The man chosen to be his partner is a complete novice to the lifestyle and his actions early on show someone not cut out to be a sub. Robbie's intrigued though and before long finds himself longing for punishments only Drake can mete out.

Those looking for a mystery to be solved will be disappointed as this
Crystal Marie
Apr 07, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
When Drake is called into the bosss office, he was prepared for anything, or so he thought. What he wasnt prepared for was Robbie to walk in, and for what his next mission would involve.
Although Robbie looks the part of a submissive, can he actually pass for one when it comes to playing with the big dogs in the scene?

Robbie was willing to do anything for his country that even included going undercover playing Drakes submissive. The only problem is, Robbie isnt sure if he can keep his true
♆ BookAddict  ✒ La Crimson Femme
The Romance Review (Mine is the second review.)

A dangerous mission, a computer hacker, secret agents and a Scottish Dom make for a rollicking good time.

In DANGEROUS SUBMISSIONS, Drake Steele is assigned to a case he knows will go sideways. His new partner for an undercover assignment is handsome redhead Robbie Covington. There are so many things wrong with this mission. Drake doesn't for one second believe Robbie can pull off being a perfect submissive. In addition, Robbie's tight twink ass just begs for a hard
Christi Snow
Apr 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
My Review:
This was a book I bought completely on a whim and after reading the first 10% of it on Amazon. I am so glad that I bought it because it was a great book. (And don't worry that this is number 2 in the will never miss the fact you didn't read number 1.)

The set-up on this book is great just because Robbie is so clueless about what he's getting into. He just knows that he wants Drake and this is the perfect way to get him. The problem is that sass gets him into a load of
S. Taylor
May 19, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Dangerous Submission

Really, an intoxicating voyage into domination. An immense salacious canvas is painted of two agents on mission, undercover on the fringe of the BDSM world within exotic Prague. One agent experienced in both undercover work and the decadent world of discipline, where power and trust can forge an emotional bond stronger than titanium. Dangerous Submission delves into the relationship between Robbie Covington and Drake Steele. Robbie starts out inexperienced, boyishly
Michelle Graham
May 05, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
(Disclosure: I was provided a free copy of this e-book for the purpose of providing a fair and honest review)

I was intrigued by the premise of Dangerous Submission. British agents needing to attend an exclusive series of BDSM parties in order to find information on an important weapons shipment. Lord Robbie Covington, the hacker with the technical know-how to obtain the information, is new to BDSM and requires someone to protect him. Enter Drake Steele an experienced agent and Dom, with skills
Illustrious Illusions
Dangerous Submission is the second book in Lori Toland's Dangerous Affairs series. But don't worry, it stands very neatly on its own, but during the beginning of the story, you will wonder about Nathaniel and Anthony as they exchange a few looks. Their's is the first story in the series, The Long Con (link below).

Drake is experienced with BDSM as a Dominant and doesn't mind if a mission needs him to play the role. But what he does mind is getting partnered with Robbie who has no experience in
Becky Condit
May 13, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Dangerous Submission starts off interestingly enough with Drake Steele being asked to undertake a covert mission. He has to pretend to be Robby Covingtons Dom in a game to stop weapons from threatening Europe. Drake is taken with Robby, but knows the young man has no clue what hes getting himself into.

Robbie is a cheeky little bugger. Hes constantly pushing Drake, even to the point of Drake having to punish him in the course of their assignment.

Together Robbie and Drake are a great match. Drake
Tyra Berger
May 23, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2013
MMMM I do love me a hot alpha male that when he get's emotional his brogue becomes more pronounced. Throw in a feisty ginger that is supposed to be a submissive but whose mouth hasn't gotten the memo and all I can say is YUM!

I think that the song Hot & Cold by Katy Perry was written for Drake, dude could not have flip flopped more. I didn't blame Robbie one bit for getting frustrated, so I am pretty sure it was all Drake's fault that Robbie got mouthy. (As you can probably tell I would not
Nov 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is book 2 of the Dangerous Affairs series.

Drake Steele works for SOCA and has been requested to go into an undercover mission in the world of BDSM.

Going along with him will be his colleague is Lord Robbie Covington, who is a computer hacker for SOCA and MI-6.

Drake is an experience Dom ... Robbie has no experience st all , but Drake immediately notices his submissive tendencies.

With no time to prepare for the mission , the only thing they have is intelligence and Robbie's jet-setting
Michelle Bowman  / We Love Kink .com
4.5 Stars !!

The Undercover work of Special Agents Robby and Drake..... is not only during the mission........this very intimate read explores the development of two men that explore their true feelings and devotions for each other. While posing as a gay couple at a fetish club to draw out their intended target, Robby and Drake form an undeniable attraction that leads to so much more. This book was a page turner for me. Hope everyone enjoys this one. Very intimate and sensual expression of love.

Apr 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: own-them
4.5 stars. I loved the chemistry between Robbie and Drake, and I especially loved Robbie's cheekiness. I would definitely love to see another books with these guys, including Bradley and Tony.
Slightly iffy introducing Robbie to BDSM via an undercover reconnaisance. Drake Steele is the Dom/leader in this op but I found it slightly stupid that he used their REAL names when investigating things.
A bit daft; fairly OK sex; reasonable (with hesitation) story line.
Thomaidha Papa
Review written for MM Good Book Reviews

Well now, the second book on the Dangerous Affairs series was just the same as the first one, and maybe not as good.

I didnt like it. The erotic scenes were still ok but this time the entire plot felt lacking. The characters were quite odd, we dont get to know much about them in an entire novel expect from the fact that Drake is a Dom and Robbie, out of nowhere becomes a submissive. And to add insult to injury, Drake is
Andrea Goodell
Mar 29, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is book two of the Dangerous Affairs series, but can be read as stand alone.
This is about Drake, an SOCA agent from Birmingham that has been brought down to the London office to help with a case that involves going to Poland and the BDSM scenes. Robbie is also a SOCA agent, but deals more with the computer side but has been picked to partner Drake for this mission. Drake is not happy with is for several reasons one of which is Robbie has never been inside the BDSM world. Will Robbies
Jul 14, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mm-romance
I was sorta disappointed, the book starts off with Agent Drake being told of his assignment with Agent Robbie and that's where things started to fall apart for me. I understand that a certain amount of 'suspension of disbelief' is needed for any book but this one pushed my bounds. And while the sex scenes were hot I would have liked a little more balance between the MC's love life and the mission they were on.

It wasn't quite as bad as book one and I kind of enjoyed some of the scenes. It was still an absurd premise. Spies at a BDSM party. At least they weren't a straight to gay trope. There really was no plot so don't try to find it. Slightly better depiction of BDSM than prior book. I will not forget again and buy another one in this series.
Apr 25, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
lovely,lovely read❤
Mar 17, 2013 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
possibly a bit over 3 stars
would have liked more to be made of the assignment they were on which was about 20% of the story and 80% on their relationship
Jul 09, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Rating 3.5
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Writing romance since the tender age of 13, Lori Toland somehow finds time to play video games and watch movies while taking care of her cats and husband. I'm also a secret cat.

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Other books in the series

Dangerous Affairs (4 books)
  • The Long Con (Dangerous Affairs Book 1)
  • English Chaps
  • Dangerous Love

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