Sunshine And Love by Doris O’Connor

Sunshine And Love by Doris O’Connor
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (59 pgs)
Other: BDSM, M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Fern

He needs a nanny not a submissive…

Aaron Gibson is struggling with his many hats—single dad, business owner, Dom. His desperate search for a suitable nanny for his daughter Sunshine grinds to a halt when Jordan Carole walks into his office. This inked biker is certainly not your ordinary kind of nanny, but the man’s instant rapport with his daughter convinces Aaron that Jordan is perfect for the job.

All Aaron has to do is keep his hands off his nanny—simple, right? Well, it would be if the two men could ignore the combustible, sexual tension between them. Jordan wants nothing more than to be allowed to take care of his new boss and his adorable baby. If only he could convince the stubborn man that Sunshine and Love is all they need.

Aaron can’t believe how difficult finding a nanny for his newborn little girl, Sunshine, is turning out to be. Too strict or too lenient – or worst of all, looking to become his wife, and not his daughter’s nanny – none of them seem to fit right. But from the moment Jordan walking in the door – tattoos, biker leathers and all – Aaron knows Jordan is everything he’s been looking for, and a whole lot more.

I really enjoyed this story. I loved how the initial interview between both Aaron and Jordan was so heavily laden with chemistry and subtle context within their words. What had clearly originated in being an interview for a nanny position quickly grew deeper and Aaron and Jordan both were interviewing the other for a more sensual, enticing series of positions. I also liked how putting emphasis on certain words highlighted that both men were into BDSM and it all seemed to flow so naturally between them. I found myself eagerly turning the pages and drawn deeply to them both.

A seriously hot story and one I thoroughly found myself impressed with. I really appreciated how the author took significant time in letting Aaron and Jordan set up the slow burn. Despite this being a shorter length story the emotional and romantic connection building between them too a good deal of the time. There was no rushing or half-baked, instantaneous romance. The connection that grew between them felt to me like it was deep, real and intense. I really enjoyed this. And the sex, when it finally came, was all the hotter for that long build up.

A strongly romantic, deliciously erotic tale I can happily recommend.

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