One Week with His Stepbrother, A Daddy Tales Book, Book 3 By: Kelex Narrated by: John York


"You always see each other twice." One Week with His Stepbrother.

From the blurb:

JJ Whitehurst has made billions for his clients—and millions for himself—over the years. An
unapologetic workaholic, he finds solace in his career. It’s easier to evade personal entanglements when he’s always working. Then along comes a forced vacation and the keys to his father’s Santa Monica beach house, neither of which he wants, and the terrifying thought of that much free time, alone causes him to reach out for company.

Rory McMillian’s first night as an escort brings him face-to-face with the daddy of his dreams. All six-foot-five and 200 pounds of muscle is made for sin. When his client can’t let go, one night turns into one week. And by the end, an offer is made.

Be JJ’s kept boy.

The proposal is tempting, but Rory refuses. He won’t live as some shameful secret, no matter how drawn he is to JJ. Yet, as weeks pass, he can’t stop thinking of the opportunity he tossed aside.

Fate steps in and compels the pair to face one another again—but circumstances have changed. They conceal their knowledge of one another and the simmering attraction they both still feel. But how long can they before their desire boils over?

This MM Romance is filled with sweet heat, a demanding daddy, and lots of lingerie. If that's your thing, this might be the story for you.




Lesetiger's Review:

I really enjoyed the story in One Week with His Stepbrother, it was entertaining.

JJ is just working and enjoying his life way too little. He is bi, but no one can know that for fear of how his financial clients will react and how his father will react.

Rory is a writer and has a hard time keeping his head above water. When his car breaks down, he is tempted to do something unusual that will quickly bring in the money he needs.

That he falls in love with JJ was not planned. That JJ doesn't want to come out is not an option for Rory and so he draws his consequences.

It doesn't take long and both meet again - as future stepbrothers.

Rory's mother plays a big role, she is very sympathetic, also works a lot and has fallen in love with JJ's father.

What follows is an entertaining section. A bit more communication between JJ and Rory would have been good, but the two definitely can't deny their feelings for each other. If it weren't for the circumstances as they are now. It's a messy situation.

John York did a good job of bringing the story to life. I could tell the protagonists apart well and he narrated the story at a comfortable pace.

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Overall: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️(⭐️) 4,5
Performance: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Story: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

One Week with His Stepbrother is available to buy from Audible



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