S’more to Love by Lila Wilde and Andi James

S'more to Love is a sweet instalment in the Destination Daddies series showing that opposites attract

From the Author:

Kinky glamping? No thanks. Hudson would rather sleep on the ground, and Rory prefers designer sheets. Can they still find a way to connect under the stars?

A little too loud, a little too opinionated, and a little too chubby, Rory is used to being overlooked. In his experience, Doms prefer their men small, quiet, and agreeable — everything Rory is not. So when his cute, twinky best friend drags him on a fancy camping trip for kinky singles, Rory doesn’t expect to be noticed by anyone, let alone the most handsome man he’s ever laid eyes on.

After several lackluster attempts at Daddying, nature-loving Hudson is excited to find a like-minded boy and give it another try during a camping getaway… until he realizes his rustic tent is actually a three-room cabin with a Sleep Number bed and satellite TV. Hudson is ready to cut his losses and head back to Denver when the cute bear cub next door catches his eye and his nurturing instinct.

Will charming, steady Hudson convince stubborn Rory he adores him just the way he is and become the Daddy Rory thought he’d never find? Or will they continue hiking separate paths?

Sparks fly in S’more to Love, a Daddy kink, gay romance featuring a clever, chubby bear cub, a Daddy looking to try again, tents pitched in more ways than one, and a marshmallowy happy ever after.

This book is part of the Destination Daddies multi-author series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but there are so many destinations and Daddies to discover, why not grab them all?

Red's Book Reads Review

S’more to Love was a sweet story about Rory and Hudson and I enjoyed it. Rory is a boy who doesn’t really like the outdoors but has come away with his friend whereas Hudson loves the outdoors and was eager to attend. I loved the dynamic between Rory and Hudson and how even though they got off on the wrong foot, they managed to work through it all together. I did find Rory a tiny bit irritating at times but I loved the overall story and felt the two of them worked well together.