Push

Push

by Sean Michael
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Push by Sean Michael

Gordon's a retired Drill Sergeant who's enjoying his life. He has his garden, his friends and access to the subs at the Hammer Club whenever he wants to indulge his Toppy side. When Billy and Marcus insist on introducing him to Frank, he has to admit, he's intrigued.

Frank is a cop turned private investigator who often helps out the men of the Hammer Club. He thinks they're all just a little bit off, but they're good guys for the most part, and he's happy to take their business. When he's introduced to Gordon at a party at the Hammer to welcome Oliver home after the events in Owned, his world is turned on its head.

Very much a loner, and self-contained, Frank must deal with having a partner who cares about him as more than just a good fuck. Frank also doesn't believe he's like all those little subs at the club, so he's not sure that a man like Gordon, a 'Top', is going to want him for more than the occasional make-out session. Can Gordon convince him he's wrong?

Push is the latest in the popular Hammer Club series that includes Found, Snared, Owned, Baked, and Bent.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781610401555
Publisher: Torquere Press
Publication date: 01/26/2011
Pages: 308
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.65(d)

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Push 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This addition to the Hammer story is a bit different than the others I've read so far. There seems to be much more development of the relationship first with a very gentle pushing into a more D/s relationship between Gordon and his Frankie after the relationship is well establish. I think that the fact both men were retired and had similar backgrounds probably helped the relationship growth earlier than in most of the stories I've read in this series so far. Also, while Frank had problems and was needed he was not nearly as needed as the other subs I've met in the series thus far. I also appreciated the fact that Gordon was a confident enough in his dominance that he could give Frank the privacy that the he needed. Even when he began to think about collars it was something that would be done in the privacy of their own home. Overall a great book and would be good for someone looking for something a bit more edgy but maybe not completely comfortable with a more fast paced "push" into the lifestyle.
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