“Don’t… bleed for me.” ~ the Unknown.
Saying Don’t around Jack Harrison always did lead him into dangerous grounds on London streets. But now someone knows Jack’s head inside and out, and they’re about to twist all perception and lead him into an underground depravity that nearly sent him down in his youth. As Jack slips further into a dark psychological minefield, only two men offer different paths back to sanity: Gray, a man who knows Jack’s every dark thought, and Jan, the first man to show Jack a “soft lad” approach to head and heart. But with deadly games and ghosts bleeding through into Jack’s reality, it’s a fight to see who out of the three of them will survive long enough to find a way out of the vicious game played by someone known only as… the Unknown.
"This is psychological battering at its best."
"This is going straight on the shelf where I keep my most treasured reads, those that demand 5+ Stars… EXCELLENT!!"
"...a white knuckle ride from start to finish!."
"...intense, dark, gritty, erotic, scary, thrilling…a hot MM with ménage and a BDSM element. This story needs to come with a warning of not for the faint hearted but if you enjoy this type of book it doesn’t really get any better than this."
Christie Snow: Author
"I truly loved it and plan to read and re-read it over and over."
"Don’t ... is an appealingly dark and emotional MM erotic romantic suspense that addresses the world of BDSM and those who choose to use it as a respite in their turbulent lives."
"This is what I like to see in erotic fiction – a solid story with decent writing. Period. "
"Pyke takes the subject seriously, delving into both the psychology behind various kinks, and the needs that the lifestyle as a whole attempts to address."
"If this society really existed, I'd be in a long line waiting to be a Master's sub."
SM Johnson: Author
"This is the best "secret society" BDSM book I have ever read, With the most self-controlled, caring, intense, loving, and scary-as-hell Dominant EVER."
2013 Rainbow Award
"The intricacies of the plot were handled masterfully and each character was vividly drawn and distinct... This was a lovely surprise - it's added to the two or three other books I count as my all-time favorite reads from my three years of judging the awards."