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A Daddy for Christmas (Unexpected Daddies Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08NY5Q6J1
- Publication date : November 20, 2020
- Language: : English
- File size : 4008 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 192 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #15,617 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Along comes Lucas and Jacob can't help himself. He offers comfort, a job, and a place to live. Something could come of this situation but Jacob is still hung up on his past and can't resolve it.
The club and the friends there were interesting and a good part of this story. What didn't work for me was Lucas's cruel step father, a real opportunist, so greedy. Who knows if Lucas should've gotten an inheritance, the will was never brought up or looked into, not even by Jacob. It's not enough Lucas's pushed out of his childhood home, he's still grieving for his mother. Isn't able to keep one picture or keepsakes. I'm still wrapping my mind around all that.
At one point dinner was in the oven and the crock pot is pulled out. Um. No. Crock pots have their own controls and are plugged in, sitting on the counter. You never put one in the oven.
Lucas has too much on his mind in figuring out his status and Jacob is only half aware of what's around him. He's existing and his actions are mainly out of instinct. There was one scene where Lucas runs off, out into the snow, with no where to go. Instead of being an observant normal person, Jacob dithers and delays, not checking on Lucas right away. Both men acted immature, another over top situation that doesn't show either in the best light.
Now Patrick was great along with Charlie. - Read on Kindle Unlimited. - Dan's Wife
The daddy was so emotionally cruel to the boy, and the boy threw away a great opportunity with another Daddy to get jerked around by the MC.
I never wanted these two characters together and I found myself hoping it would end with them parting ways permanently. Instead it ended with dramatic nonsense that honestly, this author is talented enough to have written better.
Skip this one but not this author, she’s got major talent in turning a phrase.
Jacob will move to England after New Year. He’ll pick up his stuff from the house where he hasn’t been for over two years, sell the rest and just move. It hurts too much. His husband and he lived here but after Ben passed away he couldn’t stay there any longer.
It has also been two years since the last time he visits his friends at the club. He will not enter the Daddy/Mommy part.
Lucas is the new waiter at the club and already managed to spill drinks and break glasses.
After he injured himself Jacob is the one to bring him home.
That’s where he discovers the awful place Lucas lives and he decides to take him to his own home.
A bit fast-forwarding in this journey: Just for the next four weeks Jacob will allow Lucas to explore his state of mind about being a little and where he’s comfortable with or not. Jacob will be his Daddy. Just four weeks than he’ll move to England and will leave Lucas to some other Daddy.
What follows is a time with exploration but also a lot of hurt and oh my goodness I felt it all.
Even though Jacob is kind and caring, he’s not always in the right mindset, and Lucas, the sweet soft boy he is, got hurt on the way. I wanted to slap Jacob, to wake him up.
So prepare yourself, my heart cried for them.
The author did a great job with all the hurt/comfort.
For my pleasure, I would have loved a more prolonged end, where Lucas was less forgiving.
It was all written with a nice, comfortable flow, all fascinating, I couldn’t put this story aside, I had to read on.
The story has a good convincing plot, the Daddy boy parts were emotional and the whole story was beautifully captured and assembled.
A more than wonderful addition to my Daddy/boy shelf.
Jacob, is about 40, and lost his boy, Ben, to cancer two years prior. When Jacob sees how Lucas is treated, he immediately rescues him and takes him home. They strike a bargain, and Jacob will show him what being with a full time Daddy/boy relationship is like, with rough going at first.
Sweet Lucas absorbs the care and tenderness, and while they have some missteps, it begins to change both men. Lucas finds a peace and need that he understands better, and Jacob is reborn into the Daddy role he knows so well.
Jacobs flare-ups are harsh, and Lucas remains optimistic, as Jacob adjusts to memories and realities clashing. Jacob receives a flash of revelation, when he figures out what Lucas needs.
There were some tough emotional events, and we watch both of our men slide into loving feelings as they move forward. The ending is a burst of joy.