When Joseph gets trapped with his father’s former coworker in one of the worst snowstorms of the year, he starts to wonder what ancient god he must’ve pissed off. After being kicked out of the house at eighteen and having to make his way on his own, the last thing he wants is to be stuck with the sexy older man.
Forest isn’t looking for a relationship, but when Joseph steps back into his life, grown up and hurting, he can’t walk away. Maybe it’s the Daddy Dom in him, but leaving Joseph confused and angry goes against everything he believes in. But getting Joseph to open up is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to helping him move on from the past.
When a boy is frustrated and confused, can a temporary Daddy step in and help, or will unexpected emotions steer things in a surprising new direction?
Story Contains: MM Sexual Content, BDSM elements, Spankings, and Age Play (no ABDL)
Snow Regrets by author M.A. Innes is the third book in the Snowed in Valentine’s Day Inc series. I really liked this one. I liked the blend of Daddy Dom, and more traditional I guess you would say Dominate behavior. This book is told in dual POV so you get to really feel what the characters are feeling and thinking.
Joseph is the younger man in this book. He is a sub by nature and wants a Daddy. He also needs a Dominate in his life. He is a complicated sub and needs a Daddy to match that. I liked that he is strong even though life has thrown him many curve balls he adapts and thrives.
Forest, he is supportive. Able to bend and able to be what Joseph needs. He has always had a special connection to Joseph but now he is able to take it to the next level. He is a caring doctor and he brings that into his personal life by caring for all around him. I loved him being the dom for Joseph and the Daddy. He has what it takes to be both.
Overall this is my first time reading this series, I was not lost at all. I also would love to go back and read the books I missed. This book really had all the feels. I love the deeper connection that being a Daddy Dom brings to this book. I look forward to more from this series in the future as well.
Five Shooting Stars