His Boy to Cherish by Colette Davison

I am so happy that Jayden is getting his HEA in His Boy To Cherish!  Even if you haven't read Greeking Out from the summer Destination Daddies series, you'll pick up on just how sweet and nice Jayden is within minutes of beginning this book.

From the Blurb:

Dear Santa,

I’m going to be upfront and tell you that I feel silly doing this, but here goes nothing!

I’ve realised that I lean more towards being a Daddy, than a strict Dom. I’m kind and caring, and I want someone to spoil. I’ll always put my boy’s needs before my own. I’ll take care of him in every way he needs me to. I’ll discover what he wants, how to make him smile, laugh, and moan

As for what I’m looking for in a boy… I’d like someone who wants to feel special, and who enjoys being held by his Daddy. If I had to choose between a naughty or nice boy, I think I’d choose nice. I can put a naughty boy through boot camp, but I’d much rather praise a good boy.

What I really want, Santa, is someone to cherish this Christmas. I hope that’s not too much to ask for.



His Boy to Cherish is an M/M winter romance with a disabled first-time Daddy, a little who loves stuffies, a twelve-year age-gap, nappies, a loud-mouth best friend, some familiar faces, hurt/comfort, and a lot of feels. Trigger warning for characters with PTSD.

His Boy to Cherish is part of the Naughty or Nice Season Two multi-author series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but there are so many Daddies looking for some holiday magic to bring them their perfect boys, why not grab them all?

Heather's Review:

His Boy To Cherish is a very sweet, mostly low angst holiday story!  It's got a fair amount of heat once the story has built up, but it is a slower burn than most BDSM stories... with Jayden and Ben moving slowly in building up their relationship....

Featuring some ABDL and age play, this book doesn't really get into exploring the naughty side of their relationship and everything is really positive and rosy within the actual relationship.  The tension comes from outside sources- friends and other issues...

The pacing was good, the characters were both sweet, but I personally would have liked to see just a smidge more tension and push within the relationship itself, but as a sweet holiday read, His Boy To Cherish was well worth my time.

Rating: 4.5 Stars