Andy’s a recent college graduate with a mountain of debt and a load of regret over earning a degree he’ll never use. When he takes a job at a local gay bar, he doesn’t expect the first person to catch his eye to be the man he’s been dreaming about since a chance encounter.
Joshua’s comfortable in his life. He has an amazing son who’s wise beyond his years, an ex-wife who’s one of his best friends, and a great job. Now, if only those closest to him would quit hounding him to start dating again after the divorce.
Joshua finds what’s been missing with the other people he’s tried dating the first time Andy slips up and calls him Daddy. What starts as a slip of the tongue could lead to what both men really need and want.
I love Daddy/little books. I don’t think there’s one I wouldn’t read. Unfortunately, Kiss Me, Daddy by Quinn Ward didn’t really leave a mark.
Andy is struggling with finding his place in life and managing his own expectations. A chance encounter with a man who rings all of Andy’s Kiss Me, Daddy vibes might just be what Andy needs.
So, this was more of a slow burn story but more in a frustrating me rather than building the tension kinda way. There was A LOT of family dynamics on Joshua’s side, a lot of let’s wait and take it slow, a lot of miscommunication. Basically, it was all just a lot. I wish Joshua and Andy had more get-to-know-you time and just letting it happen.
As it was, I got bored and I didn’t connect with this story or these characters. This was a miss for me.
*I voluntarily reviewed an arc via the author through Signal Boost Promotions in exchange for an honest review.*
Quinn writes LGBTQ romance with a kick. Their stories center around the relationship building between the characters, but also shows how compatible they are in the bedroom (or wherever else the urge strikes).
Email Quinn at: quinn(at)quinnwardwrites(dot)com
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