Agrippa My Heart (Destination Daddies Season Two) by J.P. Sayle

Agrippa My Heart is part of season two of the multi-author Destination Daddies series, which promises to be just as good as the first. In this book we meet Hotelier Akkar and computer programmer Patrick. 

From the blurb:

Can two men, who have never truly been honest about what they want, find love on the beaches of Sorrento and everything their hearts crave?

Patrick Holmes’s experience using the Cuffd app has left him wary of putting himself out there. Then he gets a message on the app that changes his mind. Akker is everything Patrick has dreamed of, with only one problem: he lives in Italy while Patrick is in London. Cuffd appears to have the answer when they offer up the chance to win a paid holiday to the hotel Akker works in. Against all the odds, Patrick wins the holiday, but will Akker be disappointed when they finally meet face to face?

Akker Carlson’s life has taken an unexpected turn. His father wants him to take over the family hotel business, and while he’s still reeling from that bombshell, he meets a boy who captures his full attention, something that hasn’t happened to him in a very long time. Akker uses his connections to Cuffd to devise a plan to get Patrick to Italy. Will his finagling work against him when a blast from Patrick’s past turns up on the same holiday? He's about to find out.

Agrippa My Heart is part of the Destination Daddies Season Two multi-author series. It features a Daddy who learns that sometimes even his deepest desires are still awaiting exploration and a little who needs permission to let go. Each book can be read as a standalone, but there are so many destinations and Daddies to discover, why not grab them all?

Reds Book Reads Review:

Patrick has had a run of bad Daddies and no longer trusts himself. Akkar is a busy man and has spent far too long without finding a relationship that meets his needs. 

The story between Patrick and Akkar is really Sweet and I enjoyed how the two interacted and how caring Akkar was of Patrick throughout the book. I struggled in a few parts with this book but on the whole I enjoyed it. It’s a sweet, fairly low angst read and a god instalment in the series. 

Rating: 4 Stars

Nicole's Review:

I love the crossovers between the Destination Daddies and Naughty or Nice series. It's so fun to get peeks of favorite characters, and recognizing the carryover details. Smutty obnoxious Christmas sweaters!

Patrick is a boy who loves age play, but has never had a relationship where he's been allowed to fully develop his needs.

I loved Patty, and his backstory was very well fleshed out. We meet his past lover, understand his job and life stresses. He has friends, and a relationship with his parents.

I don't feel like Akker was as well developed. We know he's a wealthy hotel owner who is a daddy, but other then his coworkers and his one tie to Cuffed we don't meet any of his friends.

Aside from this, I adored the development of their relationship. Patty and Akker grew together in their kink, and gave each other time to understand their needs. There is a very big nipple fetish! There is quite a bit of regression in this story, and the scenes are steamy!

My only major complaint is that I really hated the name Akker, but didn't effect the story!

Rating: 4 Stars

Heather's Review:

Agrippa My Heart was another adorable Destination Daddies romp - albeit a more contrived meeting than some, since the daddy in question met the boy in a night club before rigging the trip, but all that aside, it was a sweet daddy boy romance with lots of age play, comfort and cuddles.  

The story moved well and was an easy, low angst read, although I would have liked to have learned more about Akkar as a person and what made him tick as a daddy...

I am hoping for a future installment so that the final roommate gets his HEA too... because every boy deserves a HEA,

Rating: 4 Stars

Lori C's Review:

A handsome stranger wraps his arms around you in a bar/restaurant and keeps you falling and spilling your tray of drinks. His arms fill you with comfort as he whispers he’s got you into your ear. 

OMGoodness! Just reading those pages made me melt. 🔥 Patrick has had a hard time finding a Daddy that will take good care of him, his last one assaulted him, and he’s been scared to try again. When he meets this gorgeous stranger at the company birthday celebration, little does he know that fate has stepped in and brought Akker into his life. 

Akker is a Daddy that just wants a boy to love but with his work schedule, it’s been hard. With his father’s upcoming retirement, life for him is changing. Enter his friend Barnaby and his boy William, who works with Patrick, fate and friends step in to give these two a little push. 

This story moved me. There is a lot unpack with books sometimes, but my favorite thing about this book is the feeling of safety that Patrick felt. That comfort that he always felt around Akker. The give and take in their relationship was beautiful to read about. This is my very first book by JP Sayle, I enjoyed her writing and look forward to reading more book books in the future. I also want to move the Destination Daddies series up on my tbr list. 😉

Rating: 5 Stars

Janet's Review:

Agrippa My Heart is part of the Destination Daddies series, season 2. 

This was Patrick and Akker’s story. Patrick had a bad experience using the Cuffd app in the past, but he changes him mind and attempts it once more. Akker is perfect for Patrick, only problem is he lives in Italy and Patrick lives in London. I really enjoyed all their interactions. I loved how caring Akker was towards Patrick, it helped to create and develop a great relationship. 

It was a sweet Daddy romance with age play and cuddles!! I love cuddles in any story. 

Overall, a great story, well written, highly recommend. 

Rating: 4 Stars

Kjnrose's Review:

I loved this book from beginning to end, could not put it down.  I love the Destination Daddies series with so many authors and so many different stories.

Rating: 5 Stars

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