Genre: Romance, Fantasy
LGBTQ+ Category: Gay
About The Book
David is used to being alone. But, one day, he was unexpectedly discovered by a mystical being. Life would never be the same again for David…
“I wish I had a Daddy who hugged me real tight so I never needed to hug a pillow…
I’m not saying that I feel lonely because …well…I’m used to being alone, but if there was a play-daddy available who would just hug me, I’d do anything to feel the warmth of his touch, both inside and out. Sigh Okay. I’m touch starved.”
An inexperienced mystical gay Daddy Dom fairytale romance with a very lonely little. Emotional with plenty of feel-good moments and a guaranteed HEA.
David is a young man who grew up believing his parents loved him unconditionally, but like so many others he fell victim to the three-letter word, G-A-Y. As soon as he spoke that word, his parents’ unconditional love went out the door, along with David. Alone, homeless and hungry, he is saved by the help of an LGBT group. Now he has a place to call home, a job, and dreams of being a corsetier.
David is a loner. He’s thankful that he didn’t reveal to his parents that he is a “little” – they might have physically hurt him if they knew. David longs to have a daddy, but is convinced that no one would ever want him. He loves his toys, loves wearing corsets. and loves himself because no one else will. He is skinny, not very good looking, and short, so he’s sure that no real “daddy” would want him as their little. What David doesn’t know is that there is a mystical creature who finds him perfect.
Faine is the guardian of the woods, and has been since time began. When he hears a screeching noise in the woods, he investigates and discovers the noise is coming out of the mouth of a young human, singing along to the music on his phone. Faine knows that he is looking at his soulmate, but with his horns, hoofs and covered in hair, how is he going to get this young man to want him?
David is different in a world where being different can be the cause of great pain, both physical and mental. David loves his thrift shop purchases because they are “pre-loved” which shows what kind of man he is.
I enjoyed this book because the author made me care about this young man who, through no fault of his own, had sexual desires that were not considered the norm.
I am an avid reader the mother of 3 sons and grandmother to seven grandchildren. Since retiring I have been doing more reading while volunteering as a CASA worker. CASA is an organization that works with the family court system to ensure that children are in the best living situation. There are way too many children that get overlooked in the foster care system and I visit homes and make visits to the parents. I was born and raised in New York and my husband of 50 years and I live in Upstate New York.