Rawlings Men

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The Rawlings men have always had a close association with the police force. Those who don't become policemen themselves have always flocked toward related professions. The family is full of forensic psychologists, scene of crime officers and police advisers.

And as for those rare Rawlings men who have no interest in maintaining law and order - they can still appreciate a man in uniform, and a finely crafted ...

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Overview

The Rawlings men have always had a close association with the police force. Those who don't become policemen themselves have always flocked toward related professions. The family is full of forensic psychologists, scene of crime officers and police advisers.

And as for those rare Rawlings men who have no interest in maintaining law and order - they can still appreciate a man in uniform, and a finely crafted pair of handcuffs!

This volume contains the first four stories in the series:

In Handcuffs and Leather, Dr. Rawlings wants nothing more than to help Constable Hadley overcome a traumatic event endured while on the job. Nothing, perhaps, except to teach the younger man what dominance and submission are really about. Hadley's about to find out what it's like to be restrained by a lover rather than a criminal.

In Handcuffs and Glory Holes, Sergeant Conrad Rawlings discovers that even hiding behind a glory holes can't stop him coming face to face with a submissive in need. When he catches sight of Willis, as they exit neighboring cubicles, what was supposed to be a fleeting hook up quickly becomes far more.

In Handcuffs and Headlocks, undercover police officer Ed Rawlings has become so good at playing pretend he's finding it increasingly difficult to return to reality and remember who he really is. Can martial arts instructor Derby Fitzgerald remind Ed how good it feels to be himself?

In Handcuffs and Trouble, Trent Rawlings has just joined the force. He isn't surprised to find himself being hazed. He's content to play along and take it in good grace. Kieran Osmond, however, is furious to find a newbie stumbling into his undercover operation. He has no choice but to rescue Trent, but he has no idea how much trouble that will lead to.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607353836
  • Publisher: Resplendence Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 7/14/2012
  • Pages: 264
  • Sales rank: 1,115,275
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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