His Boy to Restore by Hayden Hall

As we continue Naughty & Nice Season 2, our third book of the season is His Boy to Restore by Hayden Hall:

From the Blurb:

Dear Santa,
I don't usually do this, but I'm going to be lonely this Christmas. This hasn't been my year and I'm dying for a distraction.
I don't care if he's naughty. I don't care if he's nice. All he needs to be is willing.
If you're granting wishes, give me someone to play with. No names. No faces. Just the game.

All Grant ever does is help boys in peril. His patients trust him, but one trusts him more than anyone else. And that one is the person Grant shouldn't want as much as he does. It's not right to lust after someone whose secrets you know. It's not right to lie to their face, even if it's love that you're hiding.

Grant desperately needs a distraction, but that distraction might just be the very boy he loves.

His Boy to Restore 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?

Red's Book Reads Review:

His Boy to Restore is another super sweet instalment in the naughty and nice series where the daddies get to ask Santa for their Christmas wish. 

This time it is the turn of Grant and Dante.  Dante has OCD and is struggling when he meets Grant, his new therapist who is also a recovering alcoholic. I loved the chemistry between the two of them and I also loved how they developed their online relationship as well. The whole dynamic between the two of them really worked for me and I loved this book. 

Rating: 5 Stars

Heather's Review:

His Boy to Restore was an interesting take on the whole doctor/patient privilege angle... the budding relationship between strangers on the Cuff'd app and Grant and Dante in real life was a great read and a great way to explore what is 'normal' in a world where someone has significant issues with coping with day to day living... Dante has significant OCD and past hurts because of the way he's been forced to approach it.  Grant has his own demons and issues that need comfort as well... 

If two people deserve to be together, it's Grant and Dante and I love that Hayden Hall wrote their story in His Boy To Restore...

TW: Alcoholism, OCD, Mental Health, Medicating for mental health 

Rating: 5 Stars

Autumn's Review:

This book takes OCD to a whole new level, with the mix of a sweet sub who needs a daddy.  

I enjoyed this book. It is darker than the other books in season 2 so far, which I love seeing. Christmas and holidays aren't happy times for everyone. When you mix in OCD, it adds more to the plot.  I liked seeing Dante as he tried to figure out how to deal with his issues, and a man who knew that crossing a certain line would mean more then just another broken heart. 

Very well written. 

Rating: 4 Stars