Author and Publisher: Colette Davison
Cover Artist: Covers by Jo
Release Date: May 17, 2022
Genre: Contemporary M/M Romance
Tropes: Puppy play, friends to lovers, small amount of hurt/comfort
Heat Rating: 4 flames
Length: 72 000 words
It can be read as a standalone but is better read as part of the series.
The book does not end on a cliffhanger.
I’ve found the perfect place to live in London thanks to the My Kinky Housemate app. It’s close to work and my housemates don’t mind me de-stressing from my job as a nurse by being a playful puppy. Life is good until my puppy trainer finds a girlfriend leaving me high and dry.
A flippant comment leads to an offer from Preston, the housemate I’ve got a mile high crush on. I thought my attraction wasn’t mutual until he proves me wrong while being my temporary trainer for a puppy show.
Preston has never been into pet play before, but it seems he’ll make an exception for me. As our relationship flourishes and strengthens with him as my new trainer, someone in the puppy community sets out to destroy my reputation.
Can Preston help me resolve the situation before I get driven out of the community that brings me joy?
Collar Me is an MM puppy play romance with housemates that become lovers, handcuffs, a fantasy toy, a jealous puppy and lots and lots of snuggles. It’s the third book in the My Kinky Housemate Series and, while it can be enjoyed as a standalone, it’s better to read it after Sugar Bunny and Plaything.
Realising our first training session will be more about me training Preston than the other way around, I decide not to put on my puppy gear. Instead, I go downstairs in my pyjama bottoms, with my house ears and kneepads on.
It’s a weird time of day. If I’m on a day shift, I’d have been up and out of the house before anyone else is awake. I’m usually fast asleep if I’m on a night shift or on my days off. I’ve never been awake and in the house at seven in the morning. Beau and Fraser are in the kitchen, talking and laughing as they eat breakfast together. After waving good morning to them, I go to the sitting room.
Preston is waiting for me. He’s dressed for work in smart black trousers, a pale blue shirt, and a navy tie with white polka dots. I pause for a second or two to appreciate how handsome he looks.
“Morning,” he says. “I did some reading online last night, but I’m still not sure what I’m doing. Go easy on me, okay?”
I grin. “I figured. That’s why I’m not planning on going into puppy space.”
“Nope. We can talk through some basics, maybe practice doing a couple of simple commands. How does that sound?”
“Great.” He clears his throat and reaches for a bag. “Apparently, a trainer is allowed to give their puppy a collar.”
I tilt my head and let out a confused ‘ruff’.
Preston opens the bag and takes out a purple nylon collar. “I hope it fits.”
“When did you…?” I shake my head.
“Does the headshake mean you won’t wear it?” Preston looks visibly disappointed. “I’m sorry. I thought—”
I wave my hands to stop him from talking. “No, no, no. I’m confused, that’s all. When did you get that?”
“Does it matter?”
I press my hand to my stomach, which is fluttering ridiculously. “Yes,” I whisper. “It does.”
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