Daddy, Daddy and Me

Sean Michael
Contemporary romance
Available from Torquere Press
ISBN: 978-1-61040-726-7
December 2011

After his friend's death, Jeff found himself with custody of his two biological children. The transition from a chef with no children to one who has two is difficult and he desperately needs help. Donny recently graduated from college and he's now looking for work in childcare. But the fact that he is gay and a man is not helping. When he arrives for a interview with Jeff, he finds a father in urgent need of help.

I love reading stories with small children. I know that children in these stories are never as real-life children. They are always cute, funny and well-behaved. But they bring a new dimension to the story, I think. And that's why I chose Daddy, Daddy and Me.

Daddy, Daddy and Me is a cute story. The kids are cute, Jeff and Donny are a perfect couple, and they all form a perfect family (a little girl, a three year-old boy and both fathers). Jeff is a chef who had his whole life changed when his friend Beth died. In addition to losing his friend, he also lost his partner who deserted him when he took the children. He has to adapt to the new situation and become a father to his children. Donny comes from a large family and always wanted to work with children. He is a nurturer and is happy taking care of Jeff and the children. They make a perfect family. So if you like a cute story that at the end of the reading will leave you with a pleasant feeling, I recommend that you read this book.

Overall rating:
Sensuality rating: Mildly sensual

Reviewer: Midia
August 29, 2012

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