Sunday, November 8, 2015

Sunshine and Love by Doris O' Connor

Title: Sunshine and Love
Author: Doris O'Connor
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: MM, BDSM, Contemporary
Pages: 59
Reviewer: Redz














Publisher's Blurb

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.












Review
Sunshine and Love by Doris O'Connor is a sweet, hot, quick read that I never wanted to end. Aaron he is interviewing nannies when we meet him. Poor businessman has a baby in one hand, applications in another, and whole lot on his mind. I really felt for him from the start. Aaron is gay. He agreed to be sperm donor for his best friend. Only she died so he ended up being a full time father alone. Aaron is also gay. But he is putting his needs on hold because his daughter Sunshine needs him.
Jordan he is a rough around the edges biker. Who also happens to be a qualified nanny. He is great with Sunshine. He also is everything Aaron needs. Jordan is a sub, where Aaron is the dom. Everything inside of Jordan knows Aaron is the one for him. He just has to convince Aaron to give him a chance.
These two are really halves of a whole. They are incendiary together. I really loved watching them get together and find themselves too along the way. There is lots of love, and angst in this book. I loved this story and it will be on my keeper shelf. 



                         Five Shooting Stars

 

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