Swiped by My Dad’s Best Friend

Swiped by My Dad’s Best FriendSwiped by My Dad’s Best Friend by D.J. Jamison
Series: Thrust Into Love #1
Published by Kindle Unlimited on May 20th 2021
Genres: Gay Fiction, LGBTQ+, M/M Romance
Pages: 306
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited
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four-half-stars

Cooper Rutledge: frat boy, general screwup, and...Daddy's boy?

On the surface, I don't take things too seriously.
Not my poor grades, or my hookups, or my inability to find my purpose.
But that was before.

Before the daddy of my wet dreams swiped right on my pic.
Before he turned out to be my father's best friend.
Before I convinced him to indulge in one night of pleasure with no strings.

I didn't count on how magical it would be.
I didn't know that when he spanked me and offered words of praise, my soul would drink it up.
I didn't realize how right Daddy kink would feel.

One night could ever be enough.
Because I do care. Too much.
And when life sends me into an emotional tailspin, Trace steps up to support me---proving he cares too.

Everything has gotten very real, very fast.
But are we ready for the fallout?
I can't let anyone, not even my father, come between me and Trace.

I've finally found my Daddy, and I'll fight to keep him.

Swiped By My Dad's Best Friend is a contemporary age-gap M/M romance that includes light daddy kink and no age play.

Haha, so this book is what happens when you’re young, gay, and horny and your kind of hookup is a handsome, older Daddy-type. Cooper’s latest hookup just happens to end up being his Dad’s best friend. Oops!

Despite trying to do the right thing, after a few days of Cooper trying to actively seduce him, Trace gives in and sparks fly! But it turns out that Cooper’s barely keeping his head above water in nearly every facet of his life except for his frat’s charity projects. Spending all his life trying to make college work because his real dad was the college dean, it’s clear to Trace that Cooper just…doesn’t like school and prefers to work with his hands. (No pun intended….though…heh.)

So how is Cooper going to take charge of his own life and explain to his dad that he’s in love with his Best Friend?

Loved this book for the steam factor and I love a good Daddy dynamic. It’s just a playful thing for both parties, so if you’re looking for in-depth Daddy/little/middle, etc, this is not it. But it IS a hot age-gap romance, so if that’s your thing- this book is for you!

four-half-stars

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