Tami's got her career planned out--until her mother makes her put her name in to be Ty's wife. Now she's juggling deadlines and a relationship that she sure doesn't need with her dream job on the line.
Together, Ty and Tami will have to decide what they're willing to risk, and what they're willing to leave behind--including maybe each other.
Kyell Gold has won twelve Ursa Major awards for his stories and novels, and his acclaimed novel "Out of Position" co-won the Rainbow Award for Best Gay Novel of 2009. His novel "Green Fairy" was nominated for inclusion in the ALA's "Over the Rainbow" list for 2012. He helped create RAWR, the first residential furry writing workshop, and has instructed at each of its sessions through 2018.
He lives in California, loves to travel and dine out with his partners, and can be seen at furry conventions around the world. More information about him and his books is available at http://www.kyellgold.com, and you can follow him on Twitter at @KyellGold.
And who better to give me a lesson than Gregory Edge, the tall, dark, and stoic Master who manages the infamous fetish club known as Dichotomy.
As a favor to my brother, Edge has agreed to give me a tour of the club. Only, we’re not on the same page as to what that entails. Luckily, Edge’s good friend Chris Cavanaugh makes an unexpected appearance, and the blond cowboy sex god has a way of turning the best laid plan on its ear.
Lesson one: I may not be submissive, but I’m more than willing to explore the subject.
Especially with these two hot Dominants as my teachers.
The number one distraction, though, is his boyfriend Lee. After the fox's mother joins a religious anti-gay group, Lee turns back to the gay activism of his college days. He pushes Dev to use his celebrity to reach out to gay youth, but only succeeds in starting bigger arguments. When their relationship faces its most difficult test, will their love for each other triumph?
This is the fourth volume of Dev and Lee's story which began in Out of Position and continued in Isolation Play and Divisions. The playoffs will bring the football season to an end one way or another. What will it mean for their future together?