What I will start with saying is that Jonah and Lars are in a commited relationship, and have been for over ten years. I think the puppy play is something that Jonah had thought about before, but buried it deep in his mind, until he looked at a website and clicked on a link for puppy play.
Jonah finds himself yearning for the puppy play, but has no idea how he should broach the subject with Lars. He sees a shop while driving home from work, and it takes him a while to actually go in. When he does, he finds they sell items for puppy play, and he buys himself a hood and tail, but as soon as he gets home he hides it away.
Lars knows there is something wrong with Jonah, that he has a secret he is keeping, but no idea what it is. Finally, due to an incident while out for the night, Jonah finally confesses to Lars about the puppy play - and he is surprised by his reaction, he wants to learn more.
Jonah and Lars slowly find out more information about everything to do with puppy play, and even go to see someone who knows all about it all, and make their own decisions of what they want from it all.
We go through the journey with both Lars and Jonah, with the ups and downs, and you can see straight away that Jonah thrives with Lars being dominant with him, and it is definitely what Jonah needs.
To me, this book shows yet another aspect of dominant and submissive, but on a more gentle side. Both Jonah and Lars are in demanding jobs, but it seems like Jonah needs this to quiet his mind, and the puppt play does this for him.
I am looking forward to reading more stories in this series, especially a story about Adrian (who works in the store that Jonah visited).