Title: Rules For Santa
Series: Davey’s Rules, 3
Author: Susan Hawke
Publisher: Susan Hawke
Genre and Pairing: MM, contemporary
Page Count: 169
Reviewer Name: Redz
Publisher Buy Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07YRYC69D/ref=x_gr_w_glide_sin?caller=Goodreads&callerLink=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.goodreads.com%2Fbook%2Fshow%2F48392412-rules-for-santa%3Fac%3D1%26from_search%3Dtrue%26qid%3D8vXmu1Htyx%26rank%3D1&tag=x_gr_w_glide_sin-20
Rule #18: Daddy’s boy will always believe in his Santa Daddy.
Homeless, alone, and now jobless, Cameron Evans is lost… until he’s found after a prominent local attorney literally trips over him when the boy is passed out from dehydration.
Scott Hendrickson has two things in life: his job as an assistant district attorney, and his son Davey. Other than that, he lives alone in a house that’s too big, too empty, too… lonely.
It’s not just Cameron’s life that might change for the better when Scott takes him in. Scott can provide material things and security, but Cameron returns the favor by breathing fresh air into Scott’s stale life.
Two men who need each other… one magical holiday season. Could a little Christmas magic be all that’s needed to bring the biggest gift of all? Maybe Cameron doesn’t need a Sugar Daddy… because he already has a Santa Daddy.
This is the third book in a series about not-so-perfect Daddies, adorable “boys,” and one sassy brat with an insane list of rules. Get ready for all the squishy holiday feels you’d want from a Susan Hawke book.
Rules for Santa by author Susan Hawke is the third book in Davey’s Rules series. This book has heat, humor, and a little light angst to get me turning the pages and wanting more. This is my first time reading this series and I was not lost starting with book number three. This book is written in dual pov which I love. It is fun read. Lots of humor in this book I loved it.
Cameron is a server at a restaurant. He is taken with Davey’s dad. But he stumbles over his own two feet, he manages to get a reprimand and fired right in front of the sexiest man he has ever seen. He is really down on his luck and when Scott finds him passed out in front of the restaurant, he helps the younger man.
Scott is an attorney and he works hard. He is trying to slow down and enjoy things a little but has yet to find the man to share it all with. Then he meets Cameron, someone who needs him on a level no one has ever needed him before. From there a love that is strong and true grows.
I loved the humor in this book, and I loved the connection that Cameron and Scott have. They are really perfect for each other. I recommend this book to any lover of true romance. I know this one is going on my keeper shelf.
Five Shooting Stars