- Evernight Publishing
- Release Date
- September 2015
BDSM, Contemporary Romance, Erotic Romance, LGBTQ
He needs a nanny not a submissive…
Aaron Gibson is struggling with his many hats—single dad, business owner, Dom. His desperate search for a suitable nanny for his daughter Sunshine grinds to a halt when Jordan Carole walks into his office. This inked biker is certainly not your ordinary kind of nanny, but the man's instant rapport with his daughter convinces Aaron that Jordan is perfect for the job.
All Aaron has to do is keep his hands off his nanny—simple, right? Well, it would be if the two men could ignore the combustible, sexual tension between them. Jordan wants nothing more than to be allowed to take care of his new boss and his adorable baby. If only he could convince the stubborn man that Sunshine and Love is all they need.
Be Warned: m/m sex, BDSM
May 24, 2017 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
118 people found the following review helpful
As you will have surmised from the description, Aaron is in desperate need of assistance helping to raise his daughter. Jordan is an unconventional nanny with all the right…er…experience in his hard, well-inked body. Everything about him screams wide-berth but he certainly has a way with the wee one and her oh so yummy dominant father
I will confess that when I tapped open SUNSHINE AND LOVE by Doris O'Connor, I'd forgotten what the story was about. But when I started reading it, I was instantly engaged and grinning from ear to ear the entire time. It was wonderful. Instantly engaging, the sparks between Aaron and Jordan were downright sinful.
Everything from the dialogue to the internal thoughts to the wayward looks to…oh that scene in Aaron's office…to…mmmm, well you get the picture. If you are looking for a feel good story that will leave you happier than when you started reading, you will love SUNSHINE AND LOVE.
If I had one complaint, as I'm sure others might, I would so love to know how Aaron, Jordan, and Sunshine are doing years later and I can't help laughing as I contemplate that poor girl when she's ready to date. Or rather, her luckless date with two scary fathers ready to teach him or her a thing about how to treat their daughter.
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