When Tate is called out for an emergency plumbing repair he doesn’t expect for to be anything more than a routine job. Just as Rory doesn’t expect what happens next between them.
From the Service Call blurb:
Can a chance encounter lead to true love?
A one-night stand with the sexy plumber who saves me from a leaky toilet sounds more like the setup to a corny porno than the secret to a lasting romance. Still, I can’t get Tate out of my head after he rocks my world. When he walks into my life again where I least expected to find him, it’s got to mean something.
I never planned to fall in love with the first guy I met when I moved to a new city, but Tate might be the perfect boy for me. The only catch is that his past makes him wary of relationships. Can I earn his trust and prove that some things are worth taking a leap?
Service Call is a daddy kink M/M romance between Rory, a trans daddy who is new in town, and Tate, a dyslexic little who is used to guarding his heart after getting out of an unhealthy relationship with his ex. It’s book three in the Summer of Adventures series and it includes age play/ABDL, caretaking, and tickling.
Reds Book Reads Review:
We first meet Tate as Luke’s stepbrother in Knotty Boy I loved that we got to see the other side of the relationship between the brothers in this book. I loved how Tate and Rory were both so accepting of the others concerns and issues and adored how patient Rory was with Tate.
This is such a sweet low-angst book and I really enjoyed it.
Rating: 4 Stars
Tate is a quirky character who knows what he wants and how he wants it... and he may just have found the daddy to give it to him in Rory... I love that both men are vulnerable in different ways, but so willing to work towards the relationship they both want. Even after an explosive one night stand, they take each part of their relationship seriously and carefully and it makes for a great story. I love the focus on all aspects of the relationship - Daddy/Little and boyfriends and then lovers...
I also love how Service Call takes place in the same time frame as Knotty Boy, so you see peeks into that story from a different perspective. I think Service Call may actually be my favourite book from the Summer of Adventure series!
Rating: 5 Stars.