Saving Dylan: an mm age play romance (Hero daddies book 1) by Zack Wish

‘Okay, but if you really want help, we’ll need to agree upon a few things,’ Flint added, a note of stern caution in his voice. ‘Deal?’ Dylan smiled coyly and looked up to Flint.

From the Saving Dylan blurb:

When a Little needs saving, it might just take a Hero Daddy to do it…

Dylan is dreaming of the bright lights of Broadway, but right now his acting career is at rock bottom. It was only meant to be a temporary thing, but Dylan is currently a cam performer dealing with one sleazy customer after the other. Dylan’s past means he finds it hard to trust people. He may be super-cute and full of love, but Dylan doesn’t have the one thing he craves – a Daddy to share his life with.

Suddenly Dylan finds himself being stalked by a creepy online super-fan. Events escalate and Dylan doesn’t feel safe, but he has to keep on camming to pay the rent.

It’s time to find a Hero.

Flint Maddox, a gruff man-mountain and New York City detective, works Dylan’s stalker case. Flint’s Daddy Dom senses go into overdrive. He can’t get over how attracted he is to Dylan. But he must keep things professional. At least at first.

Flint has always thought he was too cynical and haunted by his own past to be in a DDlb relationship. But could Dylan be the Little to unlock Flint and allow him to love life again?

This is an MM Age Play romance featuring consenting adults who are perfect for each other. It includes spanking, suspense, sweetness, and a full-blooded Happy Ever After. Enjoy!

A Hero Daddies book that can be enjoyed as a standalone with no cliffhanger.

Laora's Review:

If a fun and hot, higher heat, with a bit of angst daddy dom and little dynamic is your jam, this is your book. Zack is a new(ish) author who starts their Hero daddies series with Flint and Dylan as the mc's. They meet in the the police station when Dylan wants to report stalking but Flint can't do anything at that time. After events go further wrong for Dylan, Flint steps up and invites him to his home. Dylan does way better with a daddy who cares and Flint is indeed a hero daddy as things go south.

Saving Dylan has a hfn/ hea and I am looking forward to meet these characters again in the upcoming books in the series. We all know irl events could never go this way, but I immersed myself in this book and enjoyed it. I especially enjoyed the power dynamic and Dylan in his little mode.

Rating: 4 Stars

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