book cover of Rawlings Men: Volume Two

Rawlings Men: Volume Two

(The second book in the Rawlings Men series)
A collection of stories by

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 final four stories from the series: In Handcuffs and Spreader Bars, Harland Rawlings is a scene of crime officer who can hold his own with any cop. All evidence belongs to him until he says otherwise, and if a cop rolls around in evidence while tackling a suspect, then that man belongs to him too - Alasdair will just have to accept that. In Handcuffs and Ball Gags, Ben has had enough of being bossed around by his flat mate Andrew Rawlings. If Ben wants to protest against the new motorway, he will. If Andy doesn't like it, he'll have to step up to the plate and become dominant full-time, not just whenever it suits him. In Handcuffs and Megabytes, Mike Shane is an old-school cop, and an old-school dom. He has no interest in computers or computer geeks. But Carl Rawlings is no ordinary geek. With a body full of tattoos and piercings and a new-found interest in everything kinky, he just might convince Mike that computers can be fun after all. In Handcuffs and Pretty Things, Dane Rawlings is about to show Ross O'Sullivan that not all the Rawlings men are the same. A petite, delicate and pretty Rawlings comes as a shock to Ross, and that's not the only shock Dane has in store for him.