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Dear Santa, It’s hard to be a Jew on Christmas. Nobody brings me presents, like sexy Daddies or Peppermint Mocha Frappes (because, let’s be honest, I can totally sell-out if it gets me peppermint in my caffeinated sugar). But do you know what I really want for Christmas? I want to know what’s wrong with the app so I don’t have to work on the weekend. So maybe you can work on Dear Santa, It’s hard to be a Jew on Christmas. Nobody brings me presents, like sexy Daddies or Peppermint Mocha Frappes (because, let’s be honest, I can totally sell-out if it gets me peppermint in my caffeinated sugar). But do you know what I really want for Christmas? I want to know what’s wrong with the app so I don’t have to work on the weekend. So maybe you can work on that, Santa, for the Jewiest Jew Boy ever? Love and kisses, Levi Saul shouldn’t be attracted to his funny and adorable employee, Levi. He shouldn’t be excited about debugging an error in the kinky dating together. And he definitely shouldn’t bring him peppermint mocha frappes just to see him smile. Saul has enough to do with running a company and figuring out his gender transition on the job. But he can’t help wondering what it would be like to hear Levi call him Daddy. Dear Daddy, Please Want Me is an office romance about an exuberant boy, a reluctant Daddy, and the age-old Jewish tradition of Chinese food and movies on Christmas day. It has plenty of kink and a happily ever after. This book is part of the Naughty or Nice multi-author series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but there are so many boys hoping that holiday magic will bring them their perfect Daddy, why not grab them all?


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Dear Santa, It’s hard to be a Jew on Christmas. Nobody brings me presents, like sexy Daddies or Peppermint Mocha Frappes (because, let’s be honest, I can totally sell-out if it gets me peppermint in my caffeinated sugar). But do you know what I really want for Christmas? I want to know what’s wrong with the app so I don’t have to work on the weekend. So maybe you can work on Dear Santa, It’s hard to be a Jew on Christmas. Nobody brings me presents, like sexy Daddies or Peppermint Mocha Frappes (because, let’s be honest, I can totally sell-out if it gets me peppermint in my caffeinated sugar). But do you know what I really want for Christmas? I want to know what’s wrong with the app so I don’t have to work on the weekend. So maybe you can work on that, Santa, for the Jewiest Jew Boy ever? Love and kisses, Levi Saul shouldn’t be attracted to his funny and adorable employee, Levi. He shouldn’t be excited about debugging an error in the kinky dating together. And he definitely shouldn’t bring him peppermint mocha frappes just to see him smile. Saul has enough to do with running a company and figuring out his gender transition on the job. But he can’t help wondering what it would be like to hear Levi call him Daddy. Dear Daddy, Please Want Me is an office romance about an exuberant boy, a reluctant Daddy, and the age-old Jewish tradition of Chinese food and movies on Christmas day. It has plenty of kink and a happily ever after. This book is part of the Naughty or Nice multi-author series. Each book can be read as a standalone, but there are so many boys hoping that holiday magic will bring them their perfect Daddy, why not grab them all?

30 review for Dear Daddy, Please Want Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    True Loveislovereview

    From first sight, Levi had a crush for his new boss Saul, the CEO, and owner of the Daddy/boy dating app Cuffd. Levi is a boy, almost forty-year, he’s Jewish, exquisitely soft and sweet, cute, playful, and adorable. We get a lot to know about Hanukkah and Hebrew endearments. Saul is a trans man in transition, he’s a natural Daddy. He shares his uncertainties and vulnerability with us, that was for me so precious. Love and trust makes him open up and offer his boy everything of himself. It was suc From first sight, Levi had a crush for his new boss Saul, the CEO, and owner of the Daddy/boy dating app Cuffd. Levi is a boy, almost forty-year, he’s Jewish, exquisitely soft and sweet, cute, playful, and adorable. We get a lot to know about Hanukkah and Hebrew endearments. Saul is a trans man in transition, he’s a natural Daddy. He shares his uncertainties and vulnerability with us, that was for me so precious. Love and trust makes him open up and offer his boy everything of himself. It was such a freaking endearing story, with a smoothly flirting boy, both men with soft, caring attitudes. The energy flowing between them was electrifying and highly sensual. Through Levi’s eyes, we meet Nervous Daddy Indulgent Daddy Broody Daddy Chuckling Daddy Adoring Daddy Insecure Daddy Saul is a lot but mostly the perfect Daddy for his boy. “My Daddy,” “My Boy” My heart, it was awesome, the adoration, the way they give their hearts, so beautifully written. Passages of hurt from the past were a good addition. What I missed were the words I Love You, even though it was palpable on every page. All those sweet endearments in Hebrew were just ... gosh heartwarming Wonderfully written story! It ended high on my Daddy/boy shelf.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Bora Noona

    Not everyone celebrates Christmas I am not surprised that I loved this book cuz I have enjoyed each book Reese Morrison has put out. But as someone who also doesn’t participate in the Christmas obsession, I really appreciated a winter holiday themed novel that involves Hanukkah and two Jewish men falling in love. Add in some gender identity insecurities and a greedy boy in need of a Daddy? Yes please!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Lora

    I enjoy that this author writes about characters that we don't get to read about often. I like that both of the characters - Levi & Saul - are a little bit broken and they help heal each other so perfectly. I also like that the daddy/boy dynamic was different than most of the books in that genre. Saul was a gentle daddy. He wanted to help guide and care for Levi more than order and take over his life. Levi was too cute! He made me smile more often than not as I read. As I am working my way throu I enjoy that this author writes about characters that we don't get to read about often. I like that both of the characters - Levi & Saul - are a little bit broken and they help heal each other so perfectly. I also like that the daddy/boy dynamic was different than most of the books in that genre. Saul was a gentle daddy. He wanted to help guide and care for Levi more than order and take over his life. Levi was too cute! He made me smile more often than not as I read. As I am working my way through the Cuffd series, I think this is a great one that will give the reader a different perspective on life and how others live theirs. *** I voluntarily read a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review ***

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    I really enjoyed this low angst read. It was funny, engaging and witty as well. Saul was in the process of transitioning and have a lot of concerns about his physical appearance. He always think of himself as too short, not masculine enough or too lumpy and etc. As the book goes, there were always such concerns going through Saul's mind and my heart cheered at the end for him. Levi was always defined as being too greedy and too much from his exes and it haunted him. He was always unsure how thin I really enjoyed this low angst read. It was funny, engaging and witty as well. Saul was in the process of transitioning and have a lot of concerns about his physical appearance. He always think of himself as too short, not masculine enough or too lumpy and etc. As the book goes, there were always such concerns going through Saul's mind and my heart cheered at the end for him. Levi was always defined as being too greedy and too much from his exes and it haunted him. He was always unsure how things would work out with Saul and couldn't help thinking that Saul would leave him too. I love the level of communication between the two MCs to understand each other's wants and needs and to address each other's insecurities and thus, my five stars!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    Fantastic A wonderful book about two people who don't fit certain stereotypes in gay culture. Saul is a transgender man who is in the early stages of coming out. Levi is looking for a Daddy, but he's been told he's too needy, to greedy, too tall. These two are perfect for each other. I really loved how sweet Levi is, and the balance of insecurity and competence that both characters display. Fantastic A wonderful book about two people who don't fit certain stereotypes in gay culture. Saul is a transgender man who is in the early stages of coming out. Levi is looking for a Daddy, but he's been told he's too needy, to greedy, too tall. These two are perfect for each other. I really loved how sweet Levi is, and the balance of insecurity and competence that both characters display.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    I really enjoyed the dynamic and communication between Saul & Levi. I did find that it dragged a bit a times but overall the relationship itself was sweet. Let's ignore the fact that they watched Call Me By Your Name and said it was "beautiful and touching" yeah No but besides that I enjoyed this one. -Daddy/boy kink (no age play), trans male, 2 Jewish main characters. I really enjoyed the dynamic and communication between Saul & Levi. I did find that it dragged a bit a times but overall the relationship itself was sweet. Let's ignore the fact that they watched Call Me By Your Name and said it was "beautiful and touching" yeah No but besides that I enjoyed this one. -Daddy/boy kink (no age play), trans male, 2 Jewish main characters.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Amy Dufera - Amy's MM Romance Reviews

    Dear Daddy, Please Want Me is a compelling Daddy romance. Part of the Naughty or Nice multi-author series, this is Reese Morrison's contribution. This is a tale of co-workers, employer/employee, and a dating app. Working together, trying to find the glitch in the app, brings Levi and Saul close together. There are some wonderful aspects to this story that definitely keep it unique from other holiday romances. First, I love that Saul is trans, which adds a lot of layers to his personality. I appre Dear Daddy, Please Want Me is a compelling Daddy romance. Part of the Naughty or Nice multi-author series, this is Reese Morrison's contribution. This is a tale of co-workers, employer/employee, and a dating app. Working together, trying to find the glitch in the app, brings Levi and Saul close together. There are some wonderful aspects to this story that definitely keep it unique from other holiday romances. First, I love that Saul is trans, which adds a lot of layers to his personality. I appreciate the way Saul struggles with his body and the body expectations of being a Daddy. He's only transitioned recently, thus he still struggles a lot. The author includes an up close look at using packers and binders, and all the emotions involved. The author does a fantastic job in the overall development of Saul. And, damn, I love the term "Manniversery." The Daddy aspect is well done, with Levi being submissive and Saul being the perfect daddy for him. I love how Saul helps to calm the adorable Levi. Even better though, is the way Saul manages to spoil him. It's all perfectly sweet. The two men have plenty of issues to deal with throughout, making for some honest and realistic conflict. One of the highlights of this story for me is that Saul never thought of being a daddy. Until Levi. I like that being with his boy also completes him in a way he never expected. And he ends up being a great daddy for his boy. And then there's the cultural aspect. The author includes plenty of Jewish traditions and culture, as well as the emotions they invoke. It makes for some interesting conversations. The writing is great, as Reese Morrison excels in developing intriguing characters with a wide range across the LGBT spectrum. With Saul being trans, the author once again explores that one's body doesn't define their gender. Reese also manages to explore that one's body may not be able to show their arousal in the usual way, but it's still there. I loved this little comment. Dear Daddy, Please Want Me is a sweet Daddy kink romance. Reese Morrison sets this tale during the holidays, with the fun dating app front and center.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amy

    This was a really good book. Saul is the CEO of a company that runs a dating app that matches Daddies with appropriate Boys. He is far from confident in himself but leads with ease and fairness. Levis is a playful man that often gets mistaken for a Daddy but all he wants is someone to take care of him. He certainly did not expect to find it in his boss but maybe Santa will give him what he really wants for Christmas this year! Saul is a newly transitioned man, still struggling with feelings of i This was a really good book. Saul is the CEO of a company that runs a dating app that matches Daddies with appropriate Boys. He is far from confident in himself but leads with ease and fairness. Levis is a playful man that often gets mistaken for a Daddy but all he wants is someone to take care of him. He certainly did not expect to find it in his boss but maybe Santa will give him what he really wants for Christmas this year! Saul is a newly transitioned man, still struggling with feelings of inadequacy and body dysphoria. He wonders if anyone will take him seriously as a Dom. It was so sweet to watch him and Levi dance around each other. Levi never once doubts him even if he doubts himself. There is not nearly enough representation of trans people in books and media and it was nice to see it shown with such grace and sensitivity. I highly recommend this one. It is full of Christmas (or Hanukkah) magic!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    Adorable This book is completely adorable. Saul is a trans man who owns a kinky dating app company and Levi is an employee. They do acknowledge the ethical issues with this and how company policy could better support employees who date. But that’s not the point of the story really. :) Levi’s openness and exuberance provide support for Saul as he navigates being comfortable with his body and identity. They pair so well and are very sweet together. Lovely Jewish rep as well (though I’m not Jewish, Adorable This book is completely adorable. Saul is a trans man who owns a kinky dating app company and Levi is an employee. They do acknowledge the ethical issues with this and how company policy could better support employees who date. But that’s not the point of the story really. :) Levi’s openness and exuberance provide support for Saul as he navigates being comfortable with his body and identity. They pair so well and are very sweet together. Lovely Jewish rep as well (though I’m not Jewish, so take that my opinion for what it’s worth).

  10. 4 out of 5

    Xanthe

    Just like is said in the book, the amount of Christmas stories compared to Hanukkah ones is vast so I have only read a couple. Dear Daddy, Please Want Me has Saul and Levi who are Jewish to varying degrees and its such a sweet and enjoyable story to fall into. There is a tiny bit of talk about some of the history and the way it brings the characters together is really heartwarming as you can just imagine how the two men are. Levi is just the cutest Boy, so excitable and wanting to make others hap Just like is said in the book, the amount of Christmas stories compared to Hanukkah ones is vast so I have only read a couple. Dear Daddy, Please Want Me has Saul and Levi who are Jewish to varying degrees and its such a sweet and enjoyable story to fall into. There is a tiny bit of talk about some of the history and the way it brings the characters together is really heartwarming as you can just imagine how the two men are. Levi is just the cutest Boy, so excitable and wanting to make others happy that Saul can't help but find him endearing from the moment he steps into the interview. Saul is caring and really in need of that someone to share his life with what with the huge changes he's going through but he never would have imagined it would be a colleague, or at least not until meeting Levi, anyway. From the first interact, there are sparks and a connection that builds between boss and employee but flourishes once they grab the chance to become so much more to each other. That's when the relationship really comes into its own and shows how perfectly matched they are for each other. This is a great slow burn romance with two very different people who, it turns out, want the same from life and love, that perfect person to share it with. Definitely a recommended read and a wonderful addition to the series. I received an ARC and am happily giving a review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Klein

    This was my second book by this author, and I once again love the Jewish characters. It's nice to be able to feel that connection, especially in December. I liked how both MCs had their own issues to work through and they found a balance with each other. This was a story about breaking through stereotypes and seeing people for who they are deep down. I received an advanced copy and voluntarily gave my honest review. This was my second book by this author, and I once again love the Jewish characters. It's nice to be able to feel that connection, especially in December. I liked how both MCs had their own issues to work through and they found a balance with each other. This was a story about breaking through stereotypes and seeing people for who they are deep down. I received an advanced copy and voluntarily gave my honest review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    ML

    SO sweet This was low angst and very endearing. Saul and Levi were conflicted about starting a romantic relationship because they were work colleagues BUT they really were a perfect match for one another. Their exploration of their limits was SO hot. I’m really enjoying all of the books in this series. This is a good addition to it! We got the founder of the Cuffd’ app’s book!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sharing The Book Love

    4 stars for this sweet daddy kink read. Loved the concept, the Jewish theme running through and the characters. Saul and Levi are different to Daddy/boy dynamic ive read before but they work so well. But there self belief and doubts and strength together is perfectly written

  14. 5 out of 5

    Katy Beth Mckee

    I loved how in this story trust is needed so much by both parties. Saul has so many things to loose if Levi isn't the person he seems to be. That Levi turns out to be what he needs and more makes this a special and warm and fuzzy read. Loved this story very much. I loved how in this story trust is needed so much by both parties. Saul has so many things to loose if Levi isn't the person he seems to be. That Levi turns out to be what he needs and more makes this a special and warm and fuzzy read. Loved this story very much.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Janet

    Lovely This was a wonderfully sweet romance. We are talking cavity inducing sweetness and it was just what I needed. I read All Tied Up first, which had the lawyer from the club in it and had to go back and read their story. I highly recommend that book too.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jamie Lee Zonneveld

    Dear Daddy, Please Want Me is the fourth book in the Naughty or Nice series by multiple authors. Dear Daddy, Please Want Me is written by Reese Morrison. This story was about the Saul, the owner of Cuffd and Levi, a Jewish Boy who works for Cuffd. I loved their story. It was sweet, sexy, hot and very well written. I highly recommend it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kaila

    this was really sweet and fun to read.. it was a cute story with interesting characters and emotions.. it made me feel with them. i enjoyed it a lot.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Scooby2

    DNF-too much telling and inner dialogue

  19. 4 out of 5

    Pam

    2.5 stars Eh, this was not my favorite by this author, but there's always something soothing about their books. 2.5 stars Eh, this was not my favorite by this author, but there's always something soothing about their books.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Szidi ☼

    4,5☆ It was a great book, but I was expecting that - it's written by Reese and it's a Daddy kink book, so what can go wrong? Nothing. It was my second Hanukkah book (the first one was from Reese too), but now I think it was a bit too much. There were too much Hanukkah thing described and there were scenes I just skipped because I just wanted the romance and not the describing of this event. Loved that Saul was still on his way in transition to male, he was on T only for one year, and it was good 4,5☆ It was a great book, but I was expecting that - it's written by Reese and it's a Daddy kink book, so what can go wrong? Nothing. It was my second Hanukkah book (the first one was from Reese too), but now I think it was a bit too much. There were too much Hanukkah thing described and there were scenes I just skipped because I just wanted the romance and not the describing of this event. Loved that Saul was still on his way in transition to male, he was on T only for one year, and it was good to read about his insecurities - while on the other hand, Levi was so in love with Saul from the very first time. Their relationship was so well written and I really loved that Levi's crush was so visible and that he found Saul handsome when he first met him, when he thought that Saul isn't man and he thought that he isn't gay if he found a woman attractive. Really loved that Levi was this accepting and he was so eager to please. Saul was a great character and it was cute to see him when he found himself in the daddy position. Loved those two together, Levi with his greediness and the want and need to please his Daddy. So sweet. Loved reading this book, it was really sweet.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Louise

    Identity! Four stars. Lovely story, but because the characters are Jewish most of the terminology I didn't understand even though I liked that the two main characters got together. The details in the story about a person changing their sex from her to him was amazing and beautiful. Identity! Four stars. Lovely story, but because the characters are Jewish most of the terminology I didn't understand even though I liked that the two main characters got together. The details in the story about a person changing their sex from her to him was amazing and beautiful.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Karolina Cebula

    *4.5 - 5 stars* "Dear Daddy, Please Want Me" by Reese Morrison is the fourth volume of the multi-author series "Naughty or Nice". It is also one of the most interesting novels I have read. Why? Well, we owe it to the character of Saul, whose soul doesn't match his body. However, the advantages of this character are countless. I would like to focus on those that appealed to me the most and that to some extent are close to me. Let's start with the fact that Saul, using trial and error method, neede *4.5 - 5 stars* "Dear Daddy, Please Want Me" by Reese Morrison is the fourth volume of the multi-author series "Naughty or Nice". It is also one of the most interesting novels I have read. Why? Well, we owe it to the character of Saul, whose soul doesn't match his body. However, the advantages of this character are countless. I would like to focus on those that appealed to me the most and that to some extent are close to me. Let's start with the fact that Saul, using trial and error method, needed quite some time to discover who he really is. Moreover, he himself is not sure if he will undergo surgery to change his body. He notices his flaws, his shortcomings, but hasn't yet made a decision as to the final interference in his appearance. Another thing is that Saul tries to "non-invasively" change the way his body looks like, improve it and, at the same time, he envies other men their bodies. Consequently, he is somewhat ashamed of what he looks like and avoids certain types of sex. So he is a character who's on the one hand confident and, on the other hand, lost, dominant, but in need of someone who will take care of his heart and soul. He's a really great character. I think one of the most important topics moved in "Dear Daddy, Please Want Me" is sexuality. Talking to my friends I have mentioned many times that love most often has little to do with feelings, because it begins with being interested in one's body. The average person in a more or less conscious way first assesses the sex of the other person, so they look at one's body, and only then some deeper feelings appear or not. However, in "Dear Daddy, Please Want Me" we see that Levi has a totally different approach to feelings and sexuality, which I really loved. This boy looks at one's soul, he falls in love with a man, not his body. To put it simply, he is unique, because he looks at the world with his heart, not his eyes. In my opinion, the fact that the main characters are Jews is also significant, especially as Christmas is one of the themes of the novel. On the one hand, we have the opportunity to get to know the Jewish religion better, especially if we are of a different religion. Levi and Saul are genuinely interested in the subject of their traditions, even if they are not particularly virtuous or practicing. What's more, we also have the opportunity to see how at least some people spend Christmas. After all, we all feel it to some extent, but we spend this time very differently. So I think it is an extremely interesting topic that will surely appeal to all readers. To sum it up, "Dear Daddy, Please Want Me" is a fantastic, very interesting novel that is full of important, deep and entertaining topics. I'm sure that readers who decide to read this book will be delighted with it. I really recommend you this amazing story. ______________________________ „Dear Daddy, Please Want Me” autorstwa Reese Morrison jest czwartym tomem tworzonej przez wielu autorów serii „Naughty or Nice”. Jest to także jedna z ciekawszych powieści, jakie czytałam. Dlaczego? Otóż, zawdzięczamy to postaci Saula, którego dusza nie odpowiada posiadanemu przez niego ciału. Zalet tej postaci jest jednak niezliczenie wiele. Ja pragnę jednak skupić się na tych, które najbardziej do mnie przemówiły, które w pewnym stopniu są mi bliskie. Na początek zacznijmy od tego, że w swoim życiu Saul potrzebował trochę czasu, aby zrozumieć kim naprawdę jest, dochodząc do tego metodą prób i błędów. Co więcej, sam nie jest pewny, czy podda się operacji, aby zmienić swoje ciało. Dostrzega jego wady, jego braki, jednak nie podjął jeszcze decyzji, co do ostatecznej ingerencji w jego wygląd. Kolejna rzecz to fakt, iż Saul stara się w sposób nieinwazyjny wpłynąć na wygląd swojego ciała, poprawić je i jednocześnie zazdrości innym mężczyznom tego, w jaki sposób wyglądają ich ciała. Co za tym idzie, w pewnym stopniu wstydzi się tego jak wygląda i unika niektórych rodzajów seksu. Jest więc bohaterem z jednej strony pewnym siebie, z drugiej zaś zagubiony, dominującym, ale potrzebującym kogoś, kto zatroszczy się o jego serce i duszę. To naprawdę wspaniały bohater. Myślę, że istotnym tematem, który został poruszony w „Dear Daddy, Please Want Me” jest seksualność. Wielokrotnie powtarzałam, że miłość najczęściej niewiele ma wspólnego z samymi uczuciami, gdyż zaczyna się od zainteresowania ciałem. Przeciętna osoba w sposób mniej lub bardziej świadomy ocenia najpierw płeć drugiego człowieka, a więc patrzy na jego powłokę cielesną, i dopiero w dalszej kolejności pojawiają się lub mnie jakieś głębsze uczucia. W „Dear Daddy, Please Want Me” widzimy jednak całkowicie inne podejście Leviego do uczuć i seksualności, co naprawdę mi się spodobało. Ten chłopak patrzy na duszę, zakochuje się w człowieku, a nie w jego ciele. Mówiąc najprościej, jest wyjątkowy, ponieważ patrzy sercem. Nie bez znaczenie w mojej opinii jest żydowskie wyznanie głównych bohaterów, tym bardziej, kiedy jednym z tematów powieści są Święta Bożego Narodzenia. Z jednej strony mamy bowiem okazję poznać bliżej religię żydowską, szczególnie jeśli nie jest ona naszą. Levi i Saul są bowiem naprawdę zainteresowani tematem swojego wyznania, nawet jeśli nie są szczególnie cnotliwi i praktykujący. Co więcej, mamy także możliwość rzucić okiem na to, jak przynajmniej część osób spędza Święta. W końcu wszyscy w jakimś stopniu je odczuwamy, jednak spędzamy ten czas bardzo różnie. Jest to więc taką ciekawostką, która na pewno spodoba się wszystkim czytelnikom. Podsumowując, „Dear Daddy, Please Want Me” to fantastyczna, bardzo interesująca powieść, w której nie brakuje ważnych, głębokich i ciekawych tematów. Jestem pewna, że czytelnicy, którzy postanowią tę książkę przeczytać będą nią zachwyceni. Naprawdę Wam ją polecam.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    This is absolutely a situation where me not completely loving this book is totally me and not the book itself. As I work my way through this series and explore the Daddy/boy dynamics I am definitely figuring out what I like and don't like and I am also finding out that maybe I should continue to push myself in my reading because I definitely like what I like and don't care for some things and I may be a little set in some stereotypes that completely work for me. But that's okay. So anyway, this This is absolutely a situation where me not completely loving this book is totally me and not the book itself. As I work my way through this series and explore the Daddy/boy dynamics I am definitely figuring out what I like and don't like and I am also finding out that maybe I should continue to push myself in my reading because I definitely like what I like and don't care for some things and I may be a little set in some stereotypes that completely work for me. But that's okay. So anyway, this book was a first time read for me with an older boy and a trans character. What I had a harder time with was Levi and how he acted in certain situations. I also had to google a lot when it came to Saul because I am not as familiar with trans characters so that may have taken away from my reading. Other than that I really did like the dynamics between Saul and Levi and I loved how they each gave each other the freedom to see themselves in positive ways. It really was lovely. Saul and Levi meet for the first time in an interview and the attraction for both of them is clear. Saul has just started his transition and is not as confident in himself, but it doesn't stop him pinning for Levi. Levi is in search of a Daddy that can handle him. He is not your stereotypical boy--tall, muscular, and needy, Levi hasn't found the right match, but he longs for a Daddy and he would love for it to be Saul. After a year of pinning their relationship shifts one day at the office and they both can't seem to care that they may complicate their working environment. Levi learns to heal from past relationships trauma through Saul's dominance and care and Saul learns to see himself as a man and finds the freedom to trust Levi when he says he desires him fully. The interactions between these two men were endearing and I loved the care they took with each other. It was also nice to see a different bedroom dynamic and get a little more of the dom/sub dynamics. The scenes between Levi and Saul were obviously sexual, but they weren't necessarily about sex. I think some of my disconnect came from not fully understanding these scenes and scenarios and that's why I say this book wasn't the problem--it was totally me. I think that people who love this series will love this book as well. Saul and Levi really were great together.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Brianne McCallum

    #mm #officeromance #holiday #hanukkah #trans #Daddy I was given a free arc copy from the author and the GRR arc team for review. I loved this story. I couldn't put it down from start to finish. It's a sweet, heartwarming story. I loved both the MCs. They were both really loveable and had good chemisty. Levi especially has this super sweet, bubbly, fun personality that I loved. They both had insecurities and just helped each other overcome those and give each other the love and understanding that #mm #officeromance #holiday #hanukkah #trans #Daddy I was given a free arc copy from the author and the GRR arc team for review. I loved this story. I couldn't put it down from start to finish. It's a sweet, heartwarming story. I loved both the MCs. They were both really loveable and had good chemisty. Levi especially has this super sweet, bubbly, fun personality that I loved. They both had insecurities and just helped each other overcome those and give each other the love and understanding that they both needed. This is a really great holiday read. The plot is interesting. It was well written. It was my first time reading a Jewish based book as well as my first time reading a book about a trans character. I found both aspects to be very informative and although I have no prior knowledge on either topic, I felt like both subjects were handles both realistically and respectfully. I loved the love/care themes in the book as well as my favorite topic: Daddy. Though Saul is new to that topic so it's more minor and he learns as he goes. There's even some mild kink and bdsm. My only complaint is I just wish it was a little bit longer. So we could see how they are together as they are more comfortable in their roles and a more definitive HEA. Though I loved what was there. I would definitely recommend this book. It was my first reading this author but I would read more from them for sure. Saul owns a kink dating app company. He hires Levi. They are both instantly secretly attracted to each other but make assumptions about the other to make them think it would never happen so they should keep it to themselves. Saul is just starting his transition FTM and struggles with that and Levi wants a Daddy who actually sticks around and has his own insecurities about being told he's "too much". When the app crashes, Levi and Saul as the only 2 employees who are Jewish and not celebrating Xmas, work close together to figure out what went wrong all alone in their office. They make their own profiles to test the system and discuss them and realize they are actually perfect for each other even though Saul has never before thought about Daddy kink but he's open to trying and this starts their relationship.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    Sweet n' kinky is increasingly becoming the best way to describe Reese Morrison's writing. The romance is sweet like sugar and the sex is FIRE. It's everything one could want in a holiday romance. Saul and Levi were just perfect for each other. I love how Levi was not the most traditional boy and how the book addressed and explored that and Saul...*insert dreamy sigh*. He may not be the most confident trans man and is still trying to find comfort in himself but oh is he a swoony daddy. Chapter 1 Sweet n' kinky is increasingly becoming the best way to describe Reese Morrison's writing. The romance is sweet like sugar and the sex is FIRE. It's everything one could want in a holiday romance. Saul and Levi were just perfect for each other. I love how Levi was not the most traditional boy and how the book addressed and explored that and Saul...*insert dreamy sigh*. He may not be the most confident trans man and is still trying to find comfort in himself but oh is he a swoony daddy. Chapter 12 anybody!? All I'm gonna say about that. Levi may have my heart but Saul was really the star here. He was so multidimensional and seeing his conflictions about his body and transitions juxtaposed to his confidence as a dom was so well done (not that I'd expect anything less). I've read everything by Reese Morrison and I'm pretty Saul is the first trans character who is relatively new to his transition (just under a year). His story was important and one that I think a lot of people can see themselves in if not learn something from. That's another thing about Reese's writing that is so special, the wonderful and diverse LGBTQ+ cast who are more than their gender and feel real and whole. I don't think they get praised enough for that. TL; DR this is a beautifully written, fully realized romance with amazing characters and HOT af kink. The only thing keeping me from loving this as much as their other books was there was a lot of internal dialogue that didn't feel 100% necessary. It didn't hurt the story and it did add to the characters but for me it just kind of felt like a lot. So 4.5 stars but I'm rounding up because only Reese could make me look twice at an office romance.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Steph

    This book is going down on my overall favorite holiday reads list. I had to sit on it for a few days before I could review. I don't want to spoil anything at all so instead of gushing and summarizing I'm just going to say some things I love. First thing was a Daddy/boy relationship with older men. Daddy kink is my jam. There are very few I've read and didn't enjoy. I do get tired of it always being a 20-something boy and a late-30s to mid-late 40s Daddy. In this book we get two men who are about This book is going down on my overall favorite holiday reads list. I had to sit on it for a few days before I could review. I don't want to spoil anything at all so instead of gushing and summarizing I'm just going to say some things I love. First thing was a Daddy/boy relationship with older men. Daddy kink is my jam. There are very few I've read and didn't enjoy. I do get tired of it always being a 20-something boy and a late-30s to mid-late 40s Daddy. In this book we get two men who are about the same age, both in their late 30s. SAUL! I love a trans king. He was so sweet and scared and just utterly amazing. I was brought to tears a couple times in his inner dialogues. His insecurities made him more real. A very strong character who was believeable. LEVI! Oh, this sweet, sassy and STRONG boy. We don't always see a boy who knows who he is and doesn't need saving. Levi wants a Daddy but he doesn't need one. This fact made me love him even more. I think my favorite thing was actually learning some things about Judaism and Hanukkah. I think most of us are guilty of trying to be inclusive during the holiday season. But, if you're like me you don't really know anything outside of Menorahs, dreidels, and latkes. We get a bit of an inside look into Judaism but it doesn't come off as pretentious or preachy as religion in romance novels sometimes can. These portions blended with the story well and really added to the book. I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Juniper Greer-Ashe

    Levi wants a Daddy. Saul wants Levi. They’ve spent a year flirting, but Saul is Levi’s boss. One day alone in the office working on a particularly problematic programming bug, however, and things start to change. I loved this story for a number of reasons. There’s a perfect balance between steam and feels, and the chemistry between Levi and Saul is both deeply emotional and physical. There’s clear communication, and safe, sane, and consensual scenes across the board. Levi and Saul both have inse Levi wants a Daddy. Saul wants Levi. They’ve spent a year flirting, but Saul is Levi’s boss. One day alone in the office working on a particularly problematic programming bug, however, and things start to change. I loved this story for a number of reasons. There’s a perfect balance between steam and feels, and the chemistry between Levi and Saul is both deeply emotional and physical. There’s clear communication, and safe, sane, and consensual scenes across the board. Levi and Saul both have insecurities-- Saul is dealing with dysphoria and confronting some of his own internalized stereotypes about masculinity and desirability. Levi has a checkered relationship history with one-too-many bad experiences undermining his sense of what he’s allowed to be or want. Being together allows both of them not only to find the “one” for them, but to explore the person they want to be in the kind of relationship they want to have (that made sense in my head before I typed it). There’s a great balance of humor (Levi is a lot, in a delightful way) and serious introspection: both Levi and Saul make careful, rational decisions when they need to. There are also some great supporting characters-- I’m rooting for Christy and Nikhil (Do they get a book? They need a book). Overall, a really really enjoyable read. *An ARC was provided by the author and I have chosen to publish a fair and honest review*

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Its me, not the book! **Hope this is not offensive to anyone. Its my way of explaing why I rated it so low** In all honesty, I know nothing, really, about transgender nor Jewish anything. I had a very hard time keeping up with the transgender portion and understood nothing about the Jewish portion. I pushed myself very hard to get to the end of this book even thought it's not hugely long. It took me 4 days compared to my 1. Why did I even finish it... bc sometimes I get to a certain part and thing Its me, not the book! **Hope this is not offensive to anyone. Its my way of explaing why I rated it so low** In all honesty, I know nothing, really, about transgender nor Jewish anything. I had a very hard time keeping up with the transgender portion and understood nothing about the Jewish portion. I pushed myself very hard to get to the end of this book even thought it's not hugely long. It took me 4 days compared to my 1. Why did I even finish it... bc sometimes I get to a certain part and things will click with me. That didn't happen for me with this one. Plus sometimes, a book will be like this for me, I'll stick with it and then bam turns out to be one of the best I've ever read. *On the plus side... It will have me researching and learning to understand more about transgender in case I come across another in this form of detail. The Jewish, maybe when I come across another that I have to learn and understand what is being spoken, how to pronounce words and whatever else I need to. So there is that. So on those notes, it bears repeating... Its me, not the book! The story itself falls right in line with with both it's themes... Christmas and Naughty or Nice. I do like how the Daddy is not as 1000% confident and so sure of himself- it's a realistic view that can actually happen and thats one of my favorites in books. Its ok to have flaws. I like how the Boy encourages his Daddy and shows him it's ok too. Overall, the story is good.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shannon Mae

    Levi wants a daddy, but he thinks he’s just a little too much. Too silly, too tall, too needy. But if he could have any daddy? His boss Saul would be top choice. Saul wants Levi, but he just recently starting transitioning. He’s insecure about his body and unsure about navigating sex or a relationship while he transitions. But his employee, Levi? There’s just something about him that Saul can’t ignore. A weekend at work trying to fix a problem on the app cuffd leads to some hot times, and even be Levi wants a daddy, but he thinks he’s just a little too much. Too silly, too tall, too needy. But if he could have any daddy? His boss Saul would be top choice. Saul wants Levi, but he just recently starting transitioning. He’s insecure about his body and unsure about navigating sex or a relationship while he transitions. But his employee, Levi? There’s just something about him that Saul can’t ignore. A weekend at work trying to fix a problem on the app cuffd leads to some hot times, and even better, a relationship between these two sweet and sexy characters. I loved this book because it defied so many typical mm categories. A holiday book with Jewish characters. A boy who is tall and bigger than his daddy. A transgender dom who is insecure and unsure about his changing body. I love how REAL the characters are. They’re not perfect. They’re fun and flirty but also human and insecure. There’s an office romance and a hot office scene (just the two of them in the building!), but there’s also that first day back and awkward conversation about how they’re supposed to navigate it amongst their colleagues. There’s tons of hot and naughty fun (the couch scene, the ropes!), but there’s also real life in this book. Levi really summed it up best - “This was just like a Hallmark movie and a Hanukkah miracle, but with more porn.”

  30. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Shelton

    Please Want Me is the story of a recently transitioned Dom, Saul, and an energetic, charmingly needy sub, Levi. Both are successful, but they both work together, and Saul owns the company, so nothing can happen between them. Despite their ever growing attraction, it’s not until an unexpected weekend of work that Levi is able to worm his way through Saul’s defenses and they get an opportunity to see how good for each other they can be. What I enjoyed most about this book is it is believable. The r Please Want Me is the story of a recently transitioned Dom, Saul, and an energetic, charmingly needy sub, Levi. Both are successful, but they both work together, and Saul owns the company, so nothing can happen between them. Despite their ever growing attraction, it’s not until an unexpected weekend of work that Levi is able to worm his way through Saul’s defenses and they get an opportunity to see how good for each other they can be. What I enjoyed most about this book is it is believable. The relationship growth is at a good pace, the situations aren’t out of the ordinary. But what’s most special is the character development. Saul is a vulnerable Dom. He’s a natural Dom, and has had formal training, but he’s recently transitioned, has doubts about his body and how others will respond to it, and just isn’t familiar with having relationships with men. Levi is an adorable mess. Confident, successful, but anxious and conflicted because he’s been told he’s too much effort and just can’t quite believe he has a chance at what he’s always wanted. The scenes are charming, their chemistry is definitely there, and the growth of their relationship is a joy to read. Throw in some bits of education which Reese always includes and you have a perfect 5-star holiday mix!

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