by JP Sayle

The App - JP Sayle
Pages: 132

Why was finding a Daddy to meet his needs so hard? Could a kink app be the answer to what was missing from Scott’s life?

Scott Rainsford is a gentle soul, friendly and hard working. He loves his job as a waiter in the critically acclaimed restaurant La Trattoria Di Amore. On the outside his life looks perfect, but Scott is lonely and craves to meet the one person that will give him what he needs.

Can The App be the answer?

The App offers Scott the freedom to search for the Daddy he has always dreamed of.
It also gives Scott the choice to choose the one man he’d never have expected to want to be his Daddy.

But nothing is simple, a first time Daddy, a broken lift, a phobia and past mistakes make for the perfect stormy start.

Can two men, who seem worlds apart, go from enemies to lovers, and meet in the middle?

This is an MM gay romance with Daddy kink, spanking and enough steam to strip paint from wood.
With two men that are too complicated for just one book.

Warning this book is an HFN

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Pairings: M-M
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Languages Available: English

About the Author

Let me introduce myself, my name is Jayne, I’m a lady of a certain age (50 soon, bites fingernails). I am an identical twin, the younger one of course by 7 minutes. I am married to a wonderfully complicated man or as he puts it, off his rocker Rob. We celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary recently. I have one daughter and two grandbabies one boy and one girl.

I was born in the Isle of Man; this makes me Manx (not British or English). I moved to the UK for several years, and as a child, I lived in Italy for a while. But, the island calls to me so I returned home in 1998. I love the sea and now it’s only a stone’s throw from my home.

I have worked in the caring profession for 34 years and have been a hospital nurse manager, out of hours, for the past couple of years. I made the decision to work part time nights in 2016 so that I could pursue my lifelong dream of becoming a writer.

I have always believed that I could and would write a book, but life just seemed to get in the way. Until someone asked me the question, “What do I want?” The answer was easy, the hard part was making it happen. Well, it did and it has and it was life-changing for me.

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