Secrets, Skin and Leather

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Scott Daley is a high-powered executive by day, but by night he plays on the fetish scene. He keeps his two lives scrupulously separate, not wanting his clients to have any idea what he gets up to. Afraid it might ruin him, Dal keeps the wild child firmly in the closet. So when Dillon, a distant business associate, sees Dal at a club one night, things take a dangerous, and exciting turn. Dillon invites him to what he thinks is a business meeting, but it turns into a weekend of debauchery that sets off a torrid ...
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Overview

Scott Daley is a high-powered executive by day, but by night he plays on the fetish scene. He keeps his two lives scrupulously separate, not wanting his clients to have any idea what he gets up to. Afraid it might ruin him, Dal keeps the wild child firmly in the closet. So when Dillon, a distant business associate, sees Dal at a club one night, things take a dangerous, and exciting turn. Dillon invites him to what he thinks is a business meeting, but it turns into a weekend of debauchery that sets off a torrid affair. Meeting whenever they can, high-powered Dillon and ambitious Dal explore all of the ways they can love each other, living just enough on the edge to get a thrill. And maybe get caught. When things go sour, Dal hits the road, running as far away as he can, trying to figure out how to minimize the damage to his life and his career. Dillon isn't quite ready to let him go, though, and sets out to get Dal back. Can Dillon convince Dal that some secrets are worth letting out of the bag? Sean Michael creates an exciting world where business meets pleasure and all of the games have high stakes in this steamy novel. Wrap it up and take it home!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781934166550
  • Publisher: Torquere Press
  • Publication date: 12/28/2006
  • Pages: 264
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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Prologue

Dillon Walsh sat back, watching the other men around the table, listening to the proceedings with half an ear.

Three brokers, two company presidents, a handful of vice-presidents, and an assorted variety of lawyers, all haggling about who was going to get what as Watson Towers and Bellamy Inc. were merged into one of the umbrella corporations that Dillon's company oversaw.

He was richer than God, and probably just as bored.

And there wasn't a man here worth his attention.

Biting back his sigh, Dillon poured himself a glass of water.

He imagined old Sam Williamson in a leather-daddy outfit and actually had to bite the side of his mouth to keep from laughing out loud. The old man would probably be happier all trussed up licking someone else's boots.

Taking a sip of his water, he turned his attention to the young broker next to the old geezer.

Dark hair, dark eyes, thin lips held tight together--the lean little shit looked like he'd never laughed or fucked or anything but made money and gone to church.

Dillon put him in the leather-daddy outfit and snorted, lips twitching as eight sets of eyes turned on him, the broker--another fucking "s" name: not Sam, but Steve? Simon? Scotty?--looking like he'd be the first to call the men in white coats.

"I don't think you need me at this point, do you? I have other business to attend to." He fixed each one of them with a hard look, saving Prim-and-Proper-Boy for last.

"I'm sure we can have the proper paperwork faxed to you." Proper Boy had a hint of southern accent, the barest hint of impatience there.

"At least one of you will." He closed his laptop, put it into hisbriefcase, and then snapped the case closed.

He looked them all over again, gaze lingering on Proper Boy. He wondered briefly what it would be like to get that stiff back to unbend, what it would take to ruffle those uptight feathers.

"Well then, if there's nothing else..."

"Have a good afternoon, Walsh. I'm sure we'll manage." Katherine Fents dismissed him with a wave, the men all turning back to the table.

He was sure they would.

He had one last glance as he left, eight backs as stiff as each other.

He rolled his eyes as the doors closed behind him.

He needed a hobby.

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    Posted August 6, 2013

    Great read

    Hot, hot hot! Sean Michael writes another great book with a unique story, sexy characters and awesome sex scenes!

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    Posted January 14, 2013

    HOT!!!

    If you like sexy hot steamy BDSM m/m books this is it super sexy and delicious. A must read 5 stars.

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