Davis’s life has been one struggle after another, leaving him nervous and unsure. On the brink of complete poverty, he’s desperate enough to accept a job at a biker bar, even though it terrifies him. It’s not like he has a choice when the hot, older owner is the only one willing to give him a chance.
Sarge has a full life. He’s made his dream of owning a successful bar come true. He has good friends and valuable employees. If he gets a little lonely, it’s easier to just scratch the itch than to put his heart back on the line. At least it was until Davis, constantly looking to him for reassurance, melts through his defenses with his big blue eyes.
When Davis reveals his curiosity about Daddies, will Sarge give into the desire to claim Davis as his boy?
And, wow, if you enjoy character growth, you will love this book. Davis's character growth, as he goes from timid and unconfident to a man who knows what he wants and takes it, is fabulous! That said, it is all done without much angst, but rather is a natural manner. It's a nice, easy read.