Release Blitz: Love Me, Daddy by Elouise East
Love Me, Daddy | Elouise East
Cover Design: Elouise East
Release Date: June 25th, 2020
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Will their pasts stop them from striving for a future?
Being homeless makes finding a safe Daddy experience difficult, which is confirmed when Nathan is almost knocked out after calling out the word during a liaison. When Loren steps in to aid him, Nathan is ready to let the strong man take charge. But he won’t ask for what he really needs, not when the reaction could be so extreme.
With many failed relationships in his past, Loren yearns for the perfect boy to cherish, but it’s a fantasy in more ways than one as far as he can tell. Nathan’s vulnerability calls to his protective instincts, but he refuses to cross the line. And then he finds Nathan’s need of him is very real.
When Loren assumes control, it centres them both, but as they explore their way through this new dynamic, Nathan needs to learn if he’s going to be Daddy’s good boy or Daddy’s little brat.
This is a 30,000 words sweet Daddy/boy MM romance
“Nathan!” Daisy pushed Robbie to one side, scrambling up and running to him, throwing her arms around him. “I thought something had happened to you. I’m glad you’re alright.”
“Hey, Daisy. Yeah, I’m okay. Sorry to worry you.”
“What happened to you?” Robbie came forward, frowning, hesitation clear on his face as he inspected Loren up and down. “Nice bruise.” He nodded towards Nathan’s forehead.
Nathan ran his fingers across the lingering evidence and grimaced. “Yeah, things took a turn for the worse the other night.”
“What happened?” Daisy asked, fingers gripping Nathan’s coat sleeve.
“Some guy left him injured in an alley. I happened to be walking past and heard him in pain. I helped.” Loren filled in the blanks succinctly enough Robbie and Daisy’s eyebrows rose.
“What did he do?” Robbie’s eyes narrowed, and his lips thinned.
“Doesn’t matter. I’ve been staying with Loren for the last couple of days to recuperate…” Nathan paused, unsure of how to explain everything.
Robbie tilted his head, locking gazes with Nathan. “You’re heading out, aren’t you?”
It was what those on the streets called it when someone left the homeless situation.
Nathan bit his lip. “For the moment.”
Daisy piped up. “And can you give him what he deserves?” The question was directed at Loren as she manoeuvred around Nathan to stand in front of him.
“I’ll give my boy everything he needs.”
Robbie and Daisy gasped jointly, redirecting their gazes back to Nathan. He blushed under their perusal. They knew what he wanted from a relationship, so to them, this would be perfect for him. Nathan was unsure because it felt a little like Loren was rescuing him.
About The Author
Reading and writing have always been a part of my life, although my debut book wasn’t published until July 2019, when I was 36 years old. My experience has come from reading thousands of books over the years and being a perfectionist when it comes to trying to make things right.
I want my books to be emotionally realistic, even if I do take liberties with other aspects of my stories. I have two children who are my life, keep me (in)sane and make me laugh. I love Zumba, yoga and walking.
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