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What happens when the man you left suddenly becomes the man you need? Richard and Dave have a past together, but back then they couldn't give each other what they needed. They were too young, too unsure. When they meet again, it's both awkward and wonderful. Richard is far more confident now, and he knows he can be the sort of lover Dave requires. He's learned a lot over t What happens when the man you left suddenly becomes the man you need? Richard and Dave have a past together, but back then they couldn't give each other what they needed. They were too young, too unsure. When they meet again, it's both awkward and wonderful. Richard is far more confident now, and he knows he can be the sort of lover Dave requires. He's learned a lot over the years, letting his own insecurities go. Which means he can take on Dave's. Dave has some secrets that might blow up in their faces, though, including a man whose obsession leads to danger and heartache. He retreats into his music, trying to keep Richard safe from his demons, but Richard won't let him hide. Not anymore. Richard is determined to prove that Dave is a wonderful man, and one worthy of love. When violence and fear threaten to tear them apart, Dave has to learn to trust Richard to protect him, and Richard has to believe that Dave will trust him. They have to learn to work together to make their own life, one that leaves the past behind. Can these two blend music and metal into something beautiful?


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What happens when the man you left suddenly becomes the man you need? Richard and Dave have a past together, but back then they couldn't give each other what they needed. They were too young, too unsure. When they meet again, it's both awkward and wonderful. Richard is far more confident now, and he knows he can be the sort of lover Dave requires. He's learned a lot over t What happens when the man you left suddenly becomes the man you need? Richard and Dave have a past together, but back then they couldn't give each other what they needed. They were too young, too unsure. When they meet again, it's both awkward and wonderful. Richard is far more confident now, and he knows he can be the sort of lover Dave requires. He's learned a lot over the years, letting his own insecurities go. Which means he can take on Dave's. Dave has some secrets that might blow up in their faces, though, including a man whose obsession leads to danger and heartache. He retreats into his music, trying to keep Richard safe from his demons, but Richard won't let him hide. Not anymore. Richard is determined to prove that Dave is a wonderful man, and one worthy of love. When violence and fear threaten to tear them apart, Dave has to learn to trust Richard to protect him, and Richard has to believe that Dave will trust him. They have to learn to work together to make their own life, one that leaves the past behind. Can these two blend music and metal into something beautiful?

30 review for Music and Metal

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rafaela

    A combination of plot twists, and a variety of interesting characters make this a must read.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Luanne

    The story is swell and well crafted.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Cremona

    Hope this becomes a lengthy series of astonishing novels.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Reveiws by Madeline

    If Music and Metal were a movie I would see this in a heartbeat!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Anya

    Thank you for creating a astonishing concept.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kahle

    The story line is awesome, it has all the right ingredients for a bdsm.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kassa

    Dave Morgus is an eccentric musician, who is searching for something he can’t quite find and getting involved in various problematic situations while searching for it. He’s fragile but definitely not weak and has some serious self-esteem and other issues to deal with, most stemming from a prior abusive relationship. Richard is a metal worker, a strong, confident, handsome, well-to-do man who seems to have everything together. He and Dave were together some years back, almost a decade, and it was Dave Morgus is an eccentric musician, who is searching for something he can’t quite find and getting involved in various problematic situations while searching for it. He’s fragile but definitely not weak and has some serious self-esteem and other issues to deal with, most stemming from a prior abusive relationship. Richard is a metal worker, a strong, confident, handsome, well-to-do man who seems to have everything together. He and Dave were together some years back, almost a decade, and it was Dave’s need for something slightly more, a hint of BDSM, that Richard couldn’t provide at the time which led to their breakup. That spurned Richard into investigating the realm of BDSM more and turned him into a more confident man. When Dave and Richard meet again, some years later, they are both very different, yet both are still looking for that perfect someone to fill their needs. They leave together, both happy for the renewed connection but Dave, thinking it’s a one-night stand for old times’ sake, disappears early in the morning and it’s weeks before Richard can find him again. At that time, Richard discovers that Dave is still reeling from an abusive relationship years prior and desperately needs someone to help him. Dave has trouble making decisions, sleeping and not getting overwhelmed with the fears and problems he feels are crowding his daily life. Richard is the perfect foil and offers the control and help Dave needs to feel sexy, safe, comfortable and loved. The BDSM elements in the book are skillfully done and help both the reader and Dave recognize why he craves this control and how it is a positive influence on his life when applied correctly. Richard shows the difference between love and cruelty. His connection to Dave is immediate, obvious and real. The love these two men share is beautifully drawn and wonderful to observe. One of my favorite quotes I’ve read in a book comes from Richard continually surprising Dave with all manners of toys and in places Dave never expects. It’s very playful and fun, lending a lightened air to a plot that could be oppressively dark. In a scene where Richard pulls yet another toy from his pocket, Dave laughingly replies: “You have the most amazing pockets” It’s a simple turn of phrase but I loved it and it stayed with me as a great line for both the characters and the story. These moments of humor, laughter and love combine to make a very enjoyable story. Although, lest you think these two are platonic, the sex is sizzling with an undeniable chemistry between these men. My only caveat would be that the villain, Dave’s Ex, is portrayed as a bit over the top evil. Anyone that unbalanced and clearly sick, I have a hard time believing would be able to maintain a doctor’s license and practice for any length of time and the further mystery of his whereabouts while continued stalking lends an air of disbelief but does add the right amount of tension and resolution to the story. Overall, it was a very well done book and I genuinely liked it. The connection between the men is engaging and the plot was skillfully woven so as to keep interest without overwhelming the story or sidetracking from the romance aspect. I recommend this author and went and bought several books off their booklist myself based on this one.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Charly

    Very similar to Sean Michael’s BDSM books Warning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 8/10 PROS: - Similarities between this and Sean Michael’s writing are obvious by the second page: the choppy writing style, the uber confident and possessive Dom, the frenetic sub. Since I love Michael’s Hammer books, I had a feeling right off the bat that I would at least like this one, if not love it. (see cons below also) - The characters are open with each other about their p Very similar to Sean Michael’s BDSM books Warning: This review might contain what some people consider SPOILERS. Rating: 8/10 PROS: - Similarities between this and Sean Michael’s writing are obvious by the second page: the choppy writing style, the uber confident and possessive Dom, the frenetic sub. Since I love Michael’s Hammer books, I had a feeling right off the bat that I would at least like this one, if not love it. (see cons below also) - The characters are open with each other about their pleasure, and there are some incredibly sweet moments. During their first scene, Dave admits to Richard that he’s not sure he has a soul anymore, and Richard responds, “Sh. We’ll find it, Dave.” - I love Richard. His favorite thing to do for his subs is pamper them in whatever way they want him to, whether that means with pain, with simple touching, with kissing, whatever. He’s completely focused on Dave right from the start. He’s not perfect, but whenever he makes a mistake, he’s quick to admit it and then fix it. - There’s an aspect in the relationship that’s new to me (that is, I haven’t encountered it in any other BDSM books I’ve read): Dave, the sub, hums and sings while they’re in a scene. He’s a professional musician, so that makes sense, but I loved how the music connects the two characters. Dave can’t keep from singing, and Richard loves hearing him. CONS: - The book is maybe a little TOO similar to Michael’s BDSM stories in some ways. The plot in this story is very similar to that of Between Friends: Sammy’s Place; the characters have not just the same BASIC characteristics as Michael’s characters, but many of the same specific character traits, as well; and even some of the character names are the same (granted, Ollie and Killian are the villains here, and they’re good guys in the Hammer books). I just got the feeling I’d read most of it before. - I grew tired of how often Richard uses the word “baby” when he’s talking to Dave. Overall comments: If you’ve read many of Sean Michael’s BDSM stories, this one is likely to seem like an imitation. I liked the book quite a bit, but the writing style is something that I would call an acquired taste. It’s probably 70% sex, most of it kinky (nothing TOO severe, just bondage and light pain games).

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lexi Ander

    I really enjoyed this story of Richard and Dave. It is a D/s relationship with light kink that included TLC. Richard and Dave were in a relationship eight years ago. Dave one day asked Richard to tie him up and Richard refused. Dave was too young and inexperienced to know what he wanted and Richard didn't know how to give Dave what he needed. So they split up only to meet by accident eight years later. Now Richard is a confident well sot after Dom who knows how to give Dave what he needs. Now all I really enjoyed this story of Richard and Dave. It is a D/s relationship with light kink that included TLC. Richard and Dave were in a relationship eight years ago. Dave one day asked Richard to tie him up and Richard refused. Dave was too young and inexperienced to know what he wanted and Richard didn't know how to give Dave what he needed. So they split up only to meet by accident eight years later. Now Richard is a confident well sot after Dom who knows how to give Dave what he needs. Now all he needs to do is convince Dave to take a chance on him and see if they can do now what they couldn't years ago. Dave has a secret that he keeps and runs from. Richard can see that there is more to Dave than what he is willing to tell. Regardless of the unknown, Richard is not about to give up on his second chance. I loved Richard and his gentleness with Dave. Even when Dave begins to feel like things are too much, Richard always came up with a way to gently redirect Dave. I like the suspense and the slow unveiling of Dave's secret. I liked more seeing how Richard decided to handle it.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Karen K

    I struggled with how to rate this one, mainly because there were some aspects that I really liked and others that made me freaking crazy. I liked the characters and I liked them together. I liked the plot and the drama and I liked that I had never read a D/s story that introduced me to the caring aspects of the D quite like this book. What bothered me was how weak and almost old-fashioned girl-shrieky that Dave seemed to get, to me he seemed stronger at the beginning of the book than even the mi I struggled with how to rate this one, mainly because there were some aspects that I really liked and others that made me freaking crazy. I liked the characters and I liked them together. I liked the plot and the drama and I liked that I had never read a D/s story that introduced me to the caring aspects of the D quite like this book. What bothered me was how weak and almost old-fashioned girl-shrieky that Dave seemed to get, to me he seemed stronger at the beginning of the book than even the middle when he was in the security of Richard's love. Maybe that's just a sub thing, I dunno. There was also an overabundance of sex, and though I appreciate a good sex scene (more than one of course), this was just overflowing with them - maybe that's a D/s thing too? Those things aside what drove me the most crazy was the use of the endearment "baby" which seemed to be used in every other sentence in some scenes, it just made me cringe. Overall a good book, not one I'll read again though.

  11. 5 out of 5

    S.L.

    This one was... god-awful. I suppose it had a good premise (two lovers reconnect a few years after a disastrous break-up), but the execution of that premise needed an editor's hand. The grammatical, punctuation, and other errors in general were staggering. I just... OMG, it was downright offensive how many there were. Even the sex was blah. The author always referred to coming as 'need' or 'heat', which I found strange to read. Their take on what constituted a 'heavy' BDSM scene was also way belo This one was... god-awful. I suppose it had a good premise (two lovers reconnect a few years after a disastrous break-up), but the execution of that premise needed an editor's hand. The grammatical, punctuation, and other errors in general were staggering. I just... OMG, it was downright offensive how many there were. Even the sex was blah. The author always referred to coming as 'need' or 'heat', which I found strange to read. Their take on what constituted a 'heavy' BDSM scene was also way below par. I found it to be an utter waste of time and money.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Wendy❤Ann

    This story seemed very reminiscent of something I’d expect to see from Sean Michael. This was very much erotica with a little bit of story as a backdrop. While I enjoyed it, many of the parts were very repetitious including the somewhat annoying phrase “it’s in the job description” (i.e, it’s a Dom’s job to do …). The book contained a number of mistakes including both main characters ending up with different names. Good thing I’m a sucker for smut!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Brenda Maldonado

    This book is about sweet, tender, romantic BDSM. It may sound like an oxymoron, but it isn't. I loved every page! This book is about sweet, tender, romantic BDSM. It may sound like an oxymoron, but it isn't. I loved every page!

  14. 4 out of 5

    CB

    Sex, Sex and more Sex! With an angsty story thrown in to keep it even more entertaining. Quite the read!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Clovernmax

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ericka Walden

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nichem

  18. 5 out of 5

    Alexi Silversmith

  19. 5 out of 5

    Betryal

  20. 5 out of 5

    Emily

  21. 5 out of 5

    Susan

  22. 4 out of 5

    Shay

  23. 4 out of 5

    Priscilla Cabral

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sox2cezanne

  25. 5 out of 5

    Coffinmo

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kristin Sullivan

  27. 5 out of 5

    Antonette

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jonathan Treadway

  29. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

  30. 4 out of 5

    Frank Claudy

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