Trust Him by Elouise East (Boys, Daddies, Snuggles & More Book 2)

Elouise East brings us the second Boys, Daddies, Snuggles & More story, Trust Him, which can be read standalone, but does prominently feature the couple from the first book as secondary characters.

From the blurb:

How can he trust someone he met on a dating app?

Toby has been searching for a Daddy for so long. After being hurt by someone who was supposed to protect him, he’s scared to trust. He’s never stepped inside a kink club. Ever. But how else can he find what he’s looking for? DaddyG’s blog helps, reminding him he’s not alone, and when he gets talking to DaddyG’s boy, Toby finds a kindred spirit. He can do this. He can. He should be able to. Oh, heck. Who is he kidding?

Ollie’s future seems lonely. Every boy he’s had a relationship with fizzles out after a few weeks or months. He has so much to give the right person, but how can he find them? When DaddyG announces his new dating app, hoping to unite boys and Daddies all over the country, Ollie signs up immediately. Within days, he’s matched with a younger boy, and after talking for a short time, they agree to meet.
When Toby turns up with DaddyG and his boy in tow, Ollie doesn’t know what to think. But after he finds out what Toby has been through, he’s ready to lay himself bare so Toby can trust him.

How can Ollie help Toby let go of the past to give them the future they both deserve?

Heather's Review:

Trust Him was a slow build both to the romance and to the trust needed to have a DS relationship... with a very patient daddy dom and a boy who knows what he wants but doesn't trust himself and others to be what he needs...

I really loved the pacing and the communication in this book.  While there are brief nods to age play, it's much more focused on a more mature daddy/boy relationship and figuring out how to be partners and support each other in life.

I appreciated the pace and sweetness of this book, even as the steam and relationship built.  I was a little hazy over the new app and how it featured in the story, but I can see it laying the groundwork for future stories in this series.

Rating: 4 Stars

Trust Him is currently available in e-book and paperback formats and can be read as part of your kindle unlimited subscription.