Austin's Lost Fireman by Della Cain and Kaytea Kat (Found by Daddy book 4)

If you need a dose of sweet Daddy/boy, than check out Austin's Lost Fireman by Della Cain and Kaytea Kat.

From the blurb:

I love building with plastic bricks. I could do it all day long and never get bored. I’m not talking about the fancy sets that cost hundreds of dollars and take a ton of braining, either. I’m all about building toys to play with, my favorite being a fire truck. It’s so fun to push it around the room making siren noises and saving my little plastic people from imminent danger.

Imagine my glee when Daddy bought us tickets to the Brick & Build Con as a housewarming present. He’s the best daddy ever or so I think.

When I discover that he has a secret family and that I am his side piece, I cut ties immediately. Now I’m in a new city all alone with two tickets to the event of my dreams and no one to go with. Can I go to a convention that brings out my little side without someone big by my side? Am I brave enough?

My little fireman figure looks up at me to say that he will help me, and it’s decided.

Austin's Lost Fireman is a sweet age play romance featuring a little who loses his favorite brick figure, the daddy who finds it, the social media post that connects them, a mini plastic figurine village, building fun, snuggled, cuddles, stuffies, footie jams, a memorable day at Chained, true love, and a guaranteed happy ever after. If you like your romances on the Hallmark side but a bit kinkier, check out Austin’s Lost Fireman by USA Today Bestselling author Della Cain and her bestie and frequent partner in crime, Kaytea Kat.

Heather's Review:

Sometimes actions speak louder than words and that's the case for Clark as he falls for Austin and begins to explore his Daddy side... this low angst book features all the sweetness you've come to expect from the pairing of Della Cain and Kaytea Kat and it moves at a pace that balances Austin's little side with his desire for an adult relationship.

I like that Clark relies on advice from Bridger and I also love the recurring theme of Fireman Frank's antics and the idea of using social media to come together.

Rating: 4 Stars

Austin's Lost Fireman is available as an e-book and can be read with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.