One of the side characters I’ve been asked about a lot since he first showed up was the baker’s son who was talked about in book three of the Bound & Controlled series. The crazy old ladies who were trying to be helpful and fix him up gave us some clues about who he was but most of it didn’t make a lot of sense.
They weren’t even sure about his name (there’s a ridiculous reason for that), so it took me a while to figure out what he was up to and why they thought he needed a push to find love.
Because he did…and I’ll give you a hint…the ladies aren’t helpful at all.
Saying that this sweet Dom’s family is difficult to deal with would be an understatement. He’s tired of dealing with it all but he feels stuck. That’s when a slightly confused Payton shows up and everything changes for both of them.
I can’t wait for you to see how these two come together.
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It’s got a lot of praise kink, a dash of puppy play, and lots of meddling neighbors.
Payton’s finally found a job that he loves, coworkers who aren’t bad-crazy, and space from his family…so taking a chance on anything that might mess with his newfound order is out of the question.
Keeping the status quo going is his primary goal in life and not even the handsome baker with the crazy family is going to change his mind. Well, hopefully, because the baker down the street is sweet, built, and naughtier than Payton could ever imagine.
Benjamin Xavier Becker—aka the baker’s son—realized young that the only way to keep his sanity was to set firm boundaries with his family and not tell them anything about his personal life.
Everything from the name he actually prefers to his passion for being a Handler is off-limits to his crazy parents, but he’s come to realize he should’ve set the bar higher. Sanity isn’t enough any longer. He’s just not sure how to change that until a cautious man with a blush on his cheeks and a wag in his step comes into his life and gives him the push he’s been waiting for.
Sometimes strength comes from within and sometimes it comes from the most unexpected places.