Such a Good Boy

Such a Good Boy For too many years career obligations and cultural expectations cost Mikisaburo Nabeshima the possibility of love Now older wiser and infinitely alone personal business takes Miki back to New York

  • Title: Such a Good Boy
  • Author: Barbara Sheridan
  • ISBN: 9781605920498
  • Page: 300
  • Format: ebook
  • For too many years, career obligations and cultural expectations cost Mikisaburo Nabeshima the possibility of love.Now older, wiser, and infinitely alone, personal business takes Miki back to New York where another chance encounter with another handsome policeman rouses suppressed desires.David Kirkland is a brash young cop who grew up on New York s meanest streets WFor too many years, career obligations and cultural expectations cost Mikisaburo Nabeshima the possibility of love.Now older, wiser, and infinitely alone, personal business takes Miki back to New York where another chance encounter with another handsome policeman rouses suppressed desires.David Kirkland is a brash young cop who grew up on New York s meanest streets When the man he believes killed his foster mother is set free, Dave vows revenge If he needs to leave the country and go undercover with a sexy but infuriating older man then so be it, though he never expected the business arrangement to turn personal.As Dave confronts a deep seated need he s never fully acknowledged, the killer they re after proves deadly than they anticipate.Special Content Alert M M, BDSM

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    1. Barbara Sheridan

      I ve been inspired by everything from the original Dark Shadows and B horror flicks to loads of old TV westerns, cowboy movies and hot Japanese musicians.

    776 thoughts on “Such a Good Boy”

    1. 3.5 stars. I want to give this book more but I felt betrayed by the handling of Miki and Ray's relationship in this second book. I feel like the author threw it away to find a sub for Miki. It may have made Miki and Ray's relationship more realistic but realism isn't what I expect from a couple after I close the book. I expect HEA or even HFN that you know will leave everyone stronger in the end. By the end of the book Miki seems to trivialize his relationship with Ray in a way that made me want [...]


    2. Wonderful follow up as an aged and lonely Miki returns to NY to mourn the loss of a dear friend. Over the years,Miki has been promoted and is now one of the highest ranking officials in the Tokyo PD. Unexpectedly Miki stumbles across a serial killer living in NY that has also committed rape and murder in Tokyo. Miki enlists the help of a young officer, David, to help bring the killer to justice. David is also mourning the recent loss of two loved ones. A mother figure and his lover. Miki and Dav [...]


    3. Yowza! Miki was my favorite character from the first Copsucker book and he's back in full force in C*cksucker II. Barbara Sheridan really created a yummy character in Miki. He's such a delicious Dominant with a heart.Miki is a Japanese detective whose case brings him back to NY. Again, like 20 years ago, he sees a young detective, Dave, who grabs something in him and he seduces this detective. Like the last book, the focus is more on Miki, who he is, than his partner. But it's all good since Mik [...]


    4. It took me 3 years to get to this sequel. Maybe that should have been a warning. Book one was notable for its cross-cultural appeal, I liked the plot and the guys and the title. But it got 3 stars from me mostly because it was way too short.So what made me return to Miki Nabeshima’s world? I remember the hard-ass Japanese cop who hid a cross dressing Dom persona. So beautiful, so sure of himself even those twenty years younger. So ridiculously hard to resist for the American cop he was teamed [...]


    5. HOT~an understatement. ROMANTIC~to the extreme. BCII was funny, fast-paced, and delightfully wicked. When I got toward the end, where Miki's putting on that show (or is he) for the killer, I about died. The way he took control of Dave had me busting my virtual zipper.Throughout the book, Sheridan shows a LOT of both Dave and Miki's internal dealings without turning the story to sap. BRAVO, in my opinion.I have to say, I was hesitant about reading this. Sheridan has a way with killing off her cha [...]


    6. I dunno, it seems as though there were missing pieces. Like, what happened to Ray? His residence is at the cemetery now. And Miki's son, um.r mind. This book happened ten years later and no follow-up as to how Ray died. Did I miss something is the story? Should I releave it alone. The textsex was indeed good. Well anyways, time for a sack and crack wax.


    7. Very hot. Miki is one of those characters that are nuclear power plants. Whew. REad both BCI and BCII in one day and wanted just more. Good ride!


    8. A few too many headdesk moments to really enjoy this. Why does an administrative level Japanese policeman on holiday, out of uniform, and WAY out of jurisdiction, not to mention in a time and location where you have to pass through a metal detector, have handcuffs with him? Why does a woman get killed in a way highly specific to the role of the other victims of this method when she has absolutely no connection to the reasons for the others, except to draw the other protag into the story? Why is [...]



    9. I absolutely loved Barbara's Beautiful C*cksucker. That said, had I taken the time to read the blurb for Beautiful C*cksucker II, I might have chosen not to read it. What a big mistake that would have been! Good thing I saw it and bought it without even reading the blurb! On the surface, Beautiful C*cksucker II has many elements that are not my cup of tea. (Lead over 50, potential for daddy issues, death of a key character, HFN ending) In reality, the story was everything I like and then some. W [...]


    10. This one didn't work too well for me. It didn't help that the story begins with the reader being told that the hero from the previous book, Ray, is dead. I liked Ray and felt a bit cheesed off that he'd been disposed of. Parts of the book were really well written especially the BDSM and the sex scenes, but the choppy pacing (which I've noticed from this author before) meant that the plotting wasn't smooth mainly because they barely stay in one place for longer than more than a scene. Although I [...]


    11. This one didn't really seem connected to the first one other than the common character of Nabeshima. It actually kind of reminds me of Angels & Demons and The Da Vinci Code, since I always wondered what the hell happened with Vittoria (I read A&D first, so I knew Vittoria first)It's actually been a while since I've read this, so I'm writing based on vague impressions.I think they do mention what happened with Ray, but I did rather like Ray


    12. Enjoyed the first book, was happy to see the characters again, many years later. I enjoyed reading about the older Miki and the murder investigation was interesting. But I couldn't quite buy that new guy was going to leave his life in the US behind, but I guess it could work.In short, good: fascinating main characterIn short, bad: major suspension of disbelief required to swallow some aspects of the plot.


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