Screwdrivers, a Hammer Short Collection by Sean Michael

Screwdrivers, a Hammer Short Collection by Sean Michael
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (147 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/M, Anal Play, Toys, Spanking
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Mistletoe

Want to catch up with what three of the Hammer Club’s most popular couples are getting up to? Then the nine stories this anthology featuring Marcus and Jim, Billy and Montana, and Simon and Jeremy are for you.

The stories in this anthology have been previously published on their own and include: Groceries, Deck the Sub, Water and Steel, Hands Tied, Market Day, Tanny and the Cage, Heaven Sent, Brownies, and New Legs, New Year.

This book is a nice collection of short stories that all revolve around a few couples. In these shorts, we meet Jim and Marcus, Billy and Tanny as well as Simon and Jeremy. Each of these couples has their own story to tell and if you follow this author and The Hammer series you will recognize their names and may have even read their stories. However this collection gives us short glimpses into their private lives. These men are devoted to one another and will always be each other’s rock. Each couple must face their own dilemmas and readers are taken along for the ride.

These stories are full of emotions and there are some intense sexual scenes between the subs and their Doms. The love and devotion between these men is so strong in these stories that you can just about reach out and touch it. I enjoyed getting a look at each of the couple’s intimate moments and loved all of the men. They all have unique relationships that give each man just what he needs. Every man is different; from a shy quiet sub to one who goads his Dom and another who needs something entirely different. I loved the differences in all the men and their relationships. While every relationship is different the love and trust is the same and just as strong. Love comes easily for these men and is shown freely.

While you can read this collection by itself I think that reading their initial books would make this a much better read and understanding of what these couples have gone through and the love that they have for each other. This book enhances their original stories and should not be missed.

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