Angie's natural dominance has always served her well in both her job as a cop and her personal life as a Domme, but lately, she's been feeling unsatisfied. Deep down, she knows she's actually a switch, but letting out her submissive side has always seemed too risky. She's certain that her male co-workers would ridicule her if they knew and her male submissives would turn their backs on her. Even a new case, involving a shooting, mistaken identity, and a possible rapist on the loose can't alleviate her inner turmoil.
Jessie is taking summer classes at the local college to get away from his disapproving mother. His submissive nature has been flourishing since forging a close friendship with fellow submissive, Olivia, and receiving acceptance and guidance from his new Domme, Angie. But he's been carrying around a secret that could ruin their budding relationship.
Isaac's low-key dominance always helps him stay calm in a crisis, which is necessary for his job as an emergency medical technician. He knows what he wants in a submissive, and he thought he'd found the perfect woman a few years ago, but her addiction to pain medication had ended their relationship on a sour note. But playing with different women every night at the lifestyle club he frequents has started to lose its appeal.
Angie decides the best way to explore her submissive nature is to go to a new lifestyle club, but when she runs into Isaac there, she's terrified. Not only does he know she's a cop, but they see each other at crime scenes all the time. Once he convinces her that he won't out her, he tries talking her into playing with him. But if she lets her submissive side out to play, what will that mean for her dominant side, and what will it mean for her male subs?
Publisher's Note: This contemporary ménage contains themes of power exchange.