Davey Hendrickson doesn’t mind being forever single when he’s got his bestie at his side. It’s not that he wants to be single. He’s spent most of his adult life searching for his own perfect Daddy. Even if he’s not naturally submissive, someone that fabulous is obviously meant to be a boy… right? Over the years, he’s dated every type of Daddy imaginable but not one of them could come close to meeting the requirements from his ridiculous list of rules.
After losing his husband, Sammy Robustelli has learned to be strong while raising two children on his own. No matter what life has thrown his way, nothing seems too hard with his best friend and roomie Davey at his side. When the two friends learn that people believe they’re a couple, they can’t help but laugh. The very idea is a big joke… until it isn’t.
It only takes a few wake-up calls before Davey wonders what happens if a guy might be in love with the best friend he can never have. It could never work for a pair of boys in need of a bossy top, right? Except… maybe Davey doesn’t know himself—or Sammy—as well as he thinks.
This is the final book in a series about not-so-perfect Daddies, adorable “boys,” and one sassy brat with an insane list of rules. Grab your fan and tissues because this series comes with both a high heat advisory and all the squishy feels you’d want from a Susan Hawke book.
Davey finally gets his book! I have followed this series from the start and am excited to see Davey find his way to happiness. He is prone to drama and drama finds him, but his family and friends know the real person he is inside, especially his best friend Sammy. When other see more into their friendship it gives Davey a wake-up call and he finds himself second guessing much of what he thought about himself. Is what others see between Davey and Sammy really there? The two men must take a good look at not only themselves but also their relationship.
I loved watching Davey grow into the man that he is throughout this series. It was a beautiful ride. All the men from this series have endeared themselves to this reader and feel like family. Davey and Sammy have a lot to work through. Friends or more they will always have each other to lean on. I loved Sammy’s kids and the interaction that the four have as a family. Davey fits right in and is always ready to help Sammy and the kids. The love is already there, a foundation that can be built on. It was nice to see the two men figure things out, nothing is easy, and they find that you must fight for what you want rather than just let it slip through your fingers.