Daddy's Perfect Boy by Susan Hawke - part of Dirty Daddies Anniversary Anthology 2021

I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek at one of the novellas in the Dirty Daddies Anniversary Anthology 2021 and it was absolutely amazing!

I read Daddy's Perfect Boy by Susan Hawke and it blew me away...

So...there's no blurb since this is part of a larger anthology. 

But here's what you should know: this is an age gap, no angst, low steam, insta-love, daddy kink (no age play), quickie. The boy is neuro-divergent and 100% confident in wanting a daddy.

If you're looking for something serious and thought-provoking, this is not for you. 

If you want to read something sweet and fluffy, with the potential for more, this is for you.

I've already bought my copy of the book and am looking forward to diving into the rest of the stories - particularly M.A. Innes, Nora Phoenix and Jacki James (whose story is a prequel to her Blue Collar Daddies series that we've reviewed on the blog - Ryder & Lucas

The blurb for the whole Dirty Daddies Anniversary Anthology 2021:

Available for a limited time, this collection of twenty-five sexy-as-sin romances star Daddy Doms who demand obedience and require your total surrender.

Whether you like Cowboy Daddies, Dark Daddies, Doctor Daddies, Stern Daddies, Shifter Daddies, Alien Daddies, or LGTBQ Daddies, there is a Daddy waiting for you. This deliciously naughty collection of all-new stories, penned by some of the best authors in the genre, is bursting with HOT, raw Daddy Dom action that’s sure to leave you breathless.

Don’t Keep Your Daddy Waiting…


Okay, I am not going to take stars away from Susan Hawke's story but I have to say I'm just a little disappointed that the Dirty Daddies Anniversary Anthology 2021 only has four M/M daddy stories and I know all 4 authors well... it's still worth $2.99 USD to me to get the four stories, but I was really hoping to find one more new author to binge read... 21 little girls and only 4 little boys... it's the way of the world I guess... hopefully future editions will be more balanced.