One slip of the tongue...Could this be what they both need and want?Andy's a hot mess with a mountain of debt, a useless degree, and a job he has zero interest in.But there's a man he can't stop thinking about.A confident, sexy, older man...A man he wants to call Daddy.But is it too intense, too fast, too complicated to last?
You’ll never have a future until you learn to let go of the past…
Cole’s not looking for someone to love him. He wants to be used and discarded. That's much easier than getting tangled up in emotions. And there’s no way he will ever let another man take control. He tried that once and nearly lost himself before he got out. Now, he’s focused on running his coffee shop and getting a little action when the urge strikes.
Bear moved to Annandale looking for a fresh start. The way things ended with his last boy, he’s shied away from a crucial part of who he is. As the head bouncer at Club 83, he’s used to seeing beautiful boys every night. When he meets Cole, he can’t deny the chemistry between them. The more Cole insists he doesn’t want Bear to be gentle with him, the more compelled he is to teach Cole there has to be a balance for their dynamic to work.
Will they be able to overcome past hurts so they can admit they need one another?
One Daddy. One Sadist. One boy who wants them both.Jordan's single. Again. What is wrong with him that he can't keep a boyfriend?He knows he shouldn't be lusting after his boss... or his boss's ex.But those toppy vibes are killing him.How did a boy who's never been able to make a relationship work find himself with not one, but two men?(This book ends with a HFN but the story will continue in the next book in the series, Help Me, Sir)
Can Eli be Daddy to one of his partners and submit to the other?Everyone's finding their place in this new relationship, but Eli is still unsettled.He has more than he thought possible, but it's less than he wants.To truly have everything, he'll have to hand over complete control to Doug.It's what he wants, but he's not going down without a fight.