Collared

 

Published By: Riptide Publishing
Published: Nov 27, 2011
Word Count: 33,600

Trans-Global IT director Connor Witt is a rare and prized        anomaly: the aggression centers in his brain have been suppressed rather than stimulated by the mutated crops that so recently took over the world’s food supply. Bewildered by his physical changes and terrified of a world growing more and more predatory, Connor risks harassment and worse until Trans-Global CEO David Martin collars Connor to protect him against men like security consultant Emmett Drake. Men who stalk Connor as sweet, sexy prey. Men to whom the newly submissive Connor feels irresistibly drawn.

But David can’t be Connor’s master; David’s straight. He promises to find a worthy man, though. One willing to court and appreciate Connor as more than just some rich man’s toy.

While the world adapts to the biological disaster and new laws strip away Connor’s rights, David’s resolve to protect his boy slowly grows into something more. But can his new desires keep pace with Emmett’s determination to claim Connor?

One man offers safety; the other is a safer bet. Problem is, Connor’s never sure which is which. The one thing he does know? He wants them both.

I found myself fascinated and wanting to know more; I really loved the emotional connection between the characters and was really attached to Connor.  I wanted what was best for him.  Tina…TwoLipsReviews.com

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5 Responses to Collared

  1. Sharon Cox says:

    I finished Collared last night and really hope that you are planning a sequel as these guys have a story to tell. How is Connor going to survive with both David and Emmett in his life? This is not a menage but something very unique. Please let us know how they survive or if they survive?
    Thank-you.

  2. Seiridis says:

    Oh… my… god… Wonderful. Even though I had to look for some words to google translate (e.g. dicitionary, at least such as google translate xp) because I’m from Poland, it didn’t stop me from reading this really well-written piece of work. To 2:23 a.m. :D
    It is… I don’t even have words to tell how mesmerized I am. Connor – such a lovely, shy guy! And he didn’t piss me off, like many of those “I’m-so-helpless-and-shit” characters. I adore him, everytime he had emotional flip or change of feelings, I did too. I felt his pain, his unaware of himselfe – it was like someone tightened grip on my hard. I’d cry eventually… xp
    David and Emmett were great too! Dave so caring, gentle… And then! I’ll slap your ass, make you dirty – you’re going to like it. xD!
    Emmett – oh gawd, he was this catalyzer. He brought what every each of them needed. And this understanding of his. When Connor didn’t tell about “like me because of the real me” (I mean – he was to scared to tell this “because of the real me” part :c), and 10 page later Emmett jumped out with identical declaration, request as our little boy.
    I want sequel so badly it hurts right now. xD Please, dear author, dear Kari, consider writing it.
    Thanks for giving to readers so many emotions, great characters… for everything.

    Seiridis :D

    • Kari says:

      I’m so very glad you enjoyed Collared! A sequel isn’t off the table, but it also isn’t what I’m actively working on right now, which is another shifter story. Thank you, so much, for the kind words about Connor, David, and Emmett, though — they are all dear to my heart. :-)

      • Seiridis says:

        Even if it’s not written right now, there’s nothing for me to worry about as long as I know that sequel will be released one day. :)
        And thank you very much for response. :D

  3. I just discovered Collared a short while ago and I just wanted to let you know how much I adored the story. I would love to read more about Connor, David, and Emmett. I really got to where I love these three!

    So, count me in as another vote for a sequel. :) And I can’t wait to read your other stories.

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