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When it seemed like everyone around Anthony Fender was reaching a goal or falling in love, he blamed an early midlife crisis for throwing him far outside of his comfort zone. Nashville was a long way from New York and his everyday life that’d lost all color lately. Hopefully, this vacation would reenergize him, and maybe a cooking class with celebrity chef August King could When it seemed like everyone around Anthony Fender was reaching a goal or falling in love, he blamed an early midlife crisis for throwing him far outside of his comfort zone. Nashville was a long way from New York and his everyday life that’d lost all color lately. Hopefully, this vacation would reenergize him, and maybe a cooking class with celebrity chef August King could end Anthony’s reign as the only Italian in Brooklyn who couldn’t boil water. But when he met August and his much younger husband Camden, every plan and all rational thought flew out the window. Their dynamic grabbed hold of Anthony and reeled him in before he even heard the magic word. “Daddy.”


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When it seemed like everyone around Anthony Fender was reaching a goal or falling in love, he blamed an early midlife crisis for throwing him far outside of his comfort zone. Nashville was a long way from New York and his everyday life that’d lost all color lately. Hopefully, this vacation would reenergize him, and maybe a cooking class with celebrity chef August King could When it seemed like everyone around Anthony Fender was reaching a goal or falling in love, he blamed an early midlife crisis for throwing him far outside of his comfort zone. Nashville was a long way from New York and his everyday life that’d lost all color lately. Hopefully, this vacation would reenergize him, and maybe a cooking class with celebrity chef August King could end Anthony’s reign as the only Italian in Brooklyn who couldn’t boil water. But when he met August and his much younger husband Camden, every plan and all rational thought flew out the window. Their dynamic grabbed hold of Anthony and reeled him in before he even heard the magic word. “Daddy.”

30 review for We Have Till Monday

  1. 4 out of 5

    Isabella. R

    5 Moments of Absolute Fucking Bliss Stars ⭐ This book restored my faith in humanity. Beautifully written, filled with kindness, acceptance and glorious love. A dynamic of two daddies and a little. The possibilities were endless. Celebrity chef August King is in an almost perfect relationship with his little boy, Camden Adair. Except he isn't aware that Camden has been conspiring in the background. He realises by introducing a third lover into their relationship, it would meet everyone's needs. And 5 Moments of Absolute Fucking Bliss Stars ⭐ This book restored my faith in humanity. Beautifully written, filled with kindness, acceptance and glorious love. A dynamic of two daddies and a little. The possibilities were endless. Celebrity chef August King is in an almost perfect relationship with his little boy, Camden Adair. Except he isn't aware that Camden has been conspiring in the background. He realises by introducing a third lover into their relationship, it would meet everyone's needs. And he's found the perfect person online. Anthony Fender is a musician running a music school with his brother. Being single in his forties wasn't the plan but it's the way life pans out. With a passion for online cooking shows and one in particular, meeting the chef he idolises is mindblowing. Although he doesn't know it's been masterminded by a little brat with the best of intentions. “I’m so glad you’re here.” I kissed him again, softly, then shifted my attention to August. He was a lot more patient than his boy. Our boy. “We’re done thinkin’,” he murmured. “You belong with us, Anthony. I’m not sure there was ever an alternative. We Have Till Monday wasn't a complicated story. It was an opportunity that created one of the most unorthodox yet loving affairs I've read. Can love be big enough to encompass three people equally? In this instance, one big fucking yes. It's a story that requires an open mind as it explores a connection between three men and a love that has no limits. Be prepared for kinky, heartwarming loving with a beautiful ending.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Annery

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️ for what could have been I tried. I really, really tried and that's not something I think I should have to do when reading romance. A philosophical treatise? sure. And it's not like I expect to always be coddled by my reads, in fact I like to be challenged by them and look forward to it. It's probably the main reason I read BDSM. Other than some D/s dynamic I'm pretty sure it won't ever be for me but I appreciate an author showing me how it is right and perfect for someone else and I love ⭐️⭐️⭐️ for what could have been I tried. I really, really tried and that's not something I think I should have to do when reading romance. A philosophical treatise? sure. And it's not like I expect to always be coddled by my reads, in fact I like to be challenged by them and look forward to it. It's probably the main reason I read BDSM. Other than some D/s dynamic I'm pretty sure it won't ever be for me but I appreciate an author showing me how it is right and perfect for someone else and I love it. Little and sexual littles? I've read a couple and have gone through the spectrum of "hmm? I see where you're coming from" to a bit icky, uncomfortable and now to nope. But I digress ... I've read Cara Dee's TOUCH series and really liked it and the writing (even the Daddy/little girl one because it was clearly play). Same goes for the writing here. The idea of an MMM between August, Anthony, and Camden (adult Camden) tickled me pink and the actual, immediate connection between August & Anthony was sizzling 🔥🔥. They just sparked on a visceral level and it was evident on the page. I loved their time together, the interactions, and their sexual rapport & compatibility. The setting in Nashville, at the food and music festivals was like a balm for these restricted travel times. I love Nashville and miss live music 😭. The other thing that makes me sad is the rest of the component part of the story. I'm well aware that no one (I hope not) is advocating for any sort of pedophilia and that kink shaming is frowned upon however ... (you can skip my whole diatribe, actually I encourage you to do so and just enjoy the story for the August & Anthony factor. It's PERFECT) (view spoiler)[we have a character like Cam, a 27 year old who doesn't just play at being little, with the attendant, almost fetishization, of what are considered kids obsessions, but who actually mentally regresses. Psychologically it can't be healthy to keep that up over extended periods of time or doing it regularly. Sometimes he's sexual in kid mode and is presented as someone who can not only consent to being an active sexual agent in that mental state but also appealing as a sexual partner to two grown men (August is 54 & Anthony is 43). Even when Cam isn't being actively sexual he's a participant as an object of attraction or as a voyeur to August & Anthony's play. Camden walks around dressed in superhero pajamas, hugging stuffed animals, calling himself a boy, and referring to penises as your thing, in other words behaving as a prepubescent boy, a very young one, and yet he's adorable to the other MC in ways beyond which one would find acceptable in any kind of functioning society. Yes, I know this is kink play but it kind of goes beyond play and for me it doesn't just skirt horrors I see regularly (yes regularly) at work, it kind of hugs them close. True that Cam is a full participant in this lifestyle, which seems to be 24/7 Daddy/little with Cam regressing whenever he doesn't have work projects. He regresses to the mental state of an actual kid (a precocious one) with his own room and interests ceasing to be a partner to August and more like his child (or some kind of child). Coming out of these states is also a process which is why he, Camden, engineers, plots, and plays matchmaker to get August a partner, so he's less of a single parent. Will these three be hurting anyone with this family they're creating? Likely not, save Cam himself. My hope for him would be that he gets to a place where regressing to a childlike state isn't his only coping mechanism in this trip we call life. There's an epilogue that takes place some years later and the men are happy but I couldn't help but calculate how old August and Anthony are and how long will they be minding a grown baby. (hide spoiler)] If you heeded my advice and skipped the spoiler I hope you enjoy King and Fender ❤️❤️ They're great. One of my favorite couples I've read this year. Given my other opinions isn't that a kick in the head?

  3. 5 out of 5

    Layla

    [email protected]£€ Me this was awesome. Rtc Filthy Sexy and Sweet at the same time! What I Loved… The Characters: - Camden: 28-year old, little, Marvel Fan, Cute AF #BabyBoy - Anthony: 43 years old, Musician, May be a Switch? #INeedSomethingMore - August: 55 years old, Daddy, Chef #Delicious The Plot: Very relationship-oriented. It's all about these three, 2 men talking care of their baby boy. #WeFoundLove The Romance: It all happens in a span of 1 week. they make the best of it, from day one. they love, laugh, live an [email protected]£€ Me this was awesome. Rtc Filthy Sexy and Sweet at the same time! What I Loved… The Characters: - Camden: 28-year old, little, Marvel Fan, Cute AF #BabyBoy - Anthony: 43 years old, Musician, May be a Switch? #INeedSomethingMore - August: 55 years old, Daddy, Chef #Delicious The Plot: Very relationship-oriented. It's all about these three, 2 men talking care of their baby boy. #WeFoundLove The Romance: It all happens in a span of 1 week. they make the best of it, from day one. they love, laugh, live and learn. #NoTimeToLose The HEA: Full of feels and love. They are together and have their the rest of their lives to look forward to. #EyesOnTheFuture

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    **** 4.5 stars **** It's so refreshing to read a story with mature MCs once in a while, (August, 53 Anthony, 43) characters comfortable in their own skin, people with no masks, confident and at peace with who they are regarding their choice of lifestyle. Yes, there was a mischievous little involved, (Camden-27) but it didn't lessen the mature aspect I was referring to. On the contrary, it enhanced the story. As a reader who doesn't like insta-love and things too easy, I have to say that We Have T **** 4.5 stars **** It's so refreshing to read a story with mature MCs once in a while, (August, 53 Anthony, 43) characters comfortable in their own skin, people with no masks, confident and at peace with who they are regarding their choice of lifestyle. Yes, there was a mischievous little involved, (Camden-27) but it didn't lessen the mature aspect I was referring to. On the contrary, it enhanced the story. As a reader who doesn't like insta-love and things too easy, I have to say that We Have Till Monday was a winner against all the odds. Things were very speedy here romance wise and there wasn't much conflict too, and yet, I loved it! I believe that Anthony's degree in psychology was the key to this plot to be convincing. It made of him the perfect piece to fall smoothly in the middle of an established couple with a complex dynamic, as a third. It couldn't have been that easy, had he not had a certain degree of knowledge and people skills. I loved the chef/cooking/Instagram/live show trope and the festival vibe.🥰 We Have Till Monday was heartwarming, tranquil and beautiful, despite all the hotness. There was also a dose of naughtiness brought by a sassy and cute little, that added a bit of edge and spice to their relationship. And I truly hearted that despiting not having a clue about the "little mindset". Cara Dee's stories don't always work for me but I respect her versatility and appreciate the hell out the fact that she takes risks penning unique stories covering and exploring a vast spectrum of complex lifestyles. I certainly hit the jackpot this time!🤩🤩

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mia.Mi.Jou

    3.75* I definitely enjoyed this book much more than the previous one We Have Till Dawn. Even though it was a very linear, straightforward story, I actually didn´t skim at all, and in my opinion it was a sweet and enjoyable polyamorous-relationship romance read. Contains: polyamorous relationship (MMM), age gap (ages 54, 43, 27), age play + Daddy kink as a lifestyle not just play What I liked: ⁕ there is a clear explanation of polyamorous feelings, and why these characters wanted/needed that dynamic 3.75* I definitely enjoyed this book much more than the previous one We Have Till Dawn. Even though it was a very linear, straightforward story, I actually didn´t skim at all, and in my opinion it was a sweet and enjoyable polyamorous-relationship romance read. Contains: polyamorous relationship (MMM), age gap (ages 54, 43, 27), age play + Daddy kink as a lifestyle not just play What I liked: ⁕ there is a clear explanation of polyamorous feelings, and why these characters wanted/needed that dynamic and how it made their relationship successful ⁕ their openness and communication. They were playing no games. I guess this is the part where the maturity of the main characters plays significant role. What I didn't like: ⁕ Camden's mental state made me uncomfortable sometimes. But I struggle with age play in general, so that's on me I guess... ⁕ the whole story spans over 3 weeks maybe (with the exception of epilogue that spans over years), so it is an insta-lust-turned-insta-love story. It was quite well developed though, so it didn't bother me that much in the end...

  6. 5 out of 5

    ~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~

    ~4.5~ We Have Till Monday contains Daddy/Little play and rape fantasies, not my usual romantic fare, but Cara Dee, who knows her way around a kink or two, delivers a quirky, soulful story about two men (a Daddy and his boy) who've reached the point in their relationship where a third person would complete their dynamic. Or so thinks Camden, the self-proclaimed evil-genius. Camden finds out everything he can about Anthony (Nicky's older brother from We Have Till Dawn) after he stalks Anthony's Inst ~4.5~ We Have Till Monday contains Daddy/Little play and rape fantasies, not my usual romantic fare, but Cara Dee, who knows her way around a kink or two, delivers a quirky, soulful story about two men (a Daddy and his boy) who've reached the point in their relationship where a third person would complete their dynamic. Or so thinks Camden, the self-proclaimed evil-genius. Camden finds out everything he can about Anthony (Nicky's older brother from We Have Till Dawn) after he stalks Anthony's Instagram profile. Indeed, he makes sure that Anthony wins a cooking class with August, Camden's Daddy, who also happens to be a successful, well-known chef. Camden reels Anthony into his and August's love nest in Nashville (and their home is stunning, OMG!), and the lust between the three is instantaneous. Some incredibly tender and sexy moments ensue. August is my favorite of the three MCs. He's a sliver fox, a thoughtful caretaker who needs a present adult companion. August loves Camden with all his heart, but Camden is most comfortable as a Little and even reaches stages when he's no longer sexual (although he still like to suckle on Daddy's cock). Not gonna lie: Camden is a lot when he's Little. He's pouty, loud, and silly. I don't find that attractive at all, but, hey, to each their own. Camden also likes to be taken in his sleep and to playrape while pretending he's a puppy. I found some of the scenes quite erotic. (But if that's a hard limit for you, don't read this book.) Anthony is the narrator of the story (the prologue is narrated by Camden, but we never get August's POV, which kind of sucks). Anthony is everyone's rock, but he's stressed and lonely. He never puts himself first and carries the world's burdens on his shoulders. August and Camden are perfect for Anthony: Camden to bring levity to Anthony's life and August to shoulder some of the burdens and make sure Anthony eats more than Twizzlers for lunch. This might be a good time to mention that I strongly suggest not reading this book as a standalone. You'll like We Have Till Monday more if you meet Anthony in Nicky and Gideon's story and get to know the secondary characters, especially Nicky, who's Anthony's sounding board. The ending, which takes place at the same time as the epilogue in We Have Till Dawn, is all the things. If the kinks I mentioned don't bother you, I highly recommend this book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kerish | Wesmie's purple skittle.

    DNF at 2% (Is it still called DNF when you've barely read it? 😅). There's very little stuff that I am not comfortable reading and unfortunately, this story is one of those. But the writing is good as always (ehem it's Cara Dee) that it actually made me want to try...but after contemplating for days, the answer is still no. Maybe next time. 🤞 DNF at 2% (Is it still called DNF when you've barely read it? 😅). There's very little stuff that I am not comfortable reading and unfortunately, this story is one of those. But the writing is good as always (ehem it's Cara Dee) that it actually made me want to try...but after contemplating for days, the answer is still no. Maybe next time. 🤞

  8. 4 out of 5

    Szidi ☼

    I was so, so excited about this book, but it wasn't as good for me as the first in the series. I don't know why it wasn't working for me, because it has all the things I love: MMM, age-play, age-gap, Daddy kink. Enjoyed the book, but it was just too slow for me. The first kiss was at 30% - yeah, that kiss was HOT as hell! And I thought, that was what I was waiting for and after that it would be better. And it was, for a couple of chapters, but then it got boring again. I hate empty pages when no I was so, so excited about this book, but it wasn't as good for me as the first in the series. I don't know why it wasn't working for me, because it has all the things I love: MMM, age-play, age-gap, Daddy kink. Enjoyed the book, but it was just too slow for me. The first kiss was at 30% - yeah, that kiss was HOT as hell! And I thought, that was what I was waiting for and after that it would be better. And it was, for a couple of chapters, but then it got boring again. I hate empty pages when nothing happens, and those are just to fill the space between scenes and lenghten the book. I missed more romance. I don't know how can something be instalove/instasex and slowburn at the same time, but it was. I couldnt't find that moment when they fallen in love, and I just really couldn't believe that they were in love. The dynamics were interesting too. I loved how easily they got together and fit perfectly, the Daddy-boy dynamic, and the rape fantasies...wow. The sex scenes were good, but those didn't worked for me either. I wasn't hot and bothered, just simply read the scenes one after the other. And that's what I hate, when a book isn't giving me emotions and I feel that I could put it aside anytime and wouldn't be sad about it. It's a 3,5 star read for me, because it wasn't bad, there were some really great scenes and hot sex, but as I said, I missed the romance aspect of the story. It's a me-thing and not the book or Cara's fault, I believe it's enjoyable and really great for others, but this time it's just a 4 for me.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mirjam

    We Have Till Monday is about Nicky's brother, Anthony Fender, 43, founder of The Fender Initiative, a music academy. Anthony is at a low point in his life, while his music school is thriving he is lonely and is keen on meeting that special someone. But first, together with Nicky and some of the school's musicians, he first has a gig at a rock festival outside Nashville. Since Anthony loves food, he decides to go a week earlier to go to a food festival, and on top of it all, he is invited to atte We Have Till Monday is about Nicky's brother, Anthony Fender, 43, founder of The Fender Initiative, a music academy. Anthony is at a low point in his life, while his music school is thriving he is lonely and is keen on meeting that special someone. But first, together with Nicky and some of the school's musicians, he first has a gig at a rock festival outside Nashville. Since Anthony loves food, he decides to go a week earlier to go to a food festival, and on top of it all, he is invited to attend a cooking class of his idol, chef August King. August King, 54, is in a Daddy/Little relationship with Camden Adair, 27, and Camden is looking for a third to add to their dynamic. I'm not a fan of Daddy/Little dynamic, it gives me too much of a eww-feeling. While I really love this story, it is well written and evokes a lot of emotions. I was rooting for Anthony to find his HEA, I was rooting for August too. My issue is with Camden, especially when he is regressed. Camden's mental state made me so uncomfortable and I'm not trying to past judgement to anyone's life style. I'm not going further into detail, you need to read the book. August and Anthony relationship is the reason I'm giving this 3⭐. The Fender Brothers books are best enjoyed in this order:

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rosabel

    If you remember Nick's brother from We Have Till Dawn, Anthony, this is his story. 🔥🔥🔥 I was pleasantly surprised by this one, it had a insta-love kind of vibe but it was well developed, it didn't bother me much. The dynamics and the kink were really well thought, Camden and August needed a third, it was obvious even to me and that's where Anthony comes up. Littles it's not something that I personally like and it wasn't an exception here, but as I said it's something totally personal and I did un If you remember Nick's brother from We Have Till Dawn, Anthony, this is his story. 🔥🔥🔥 I was pleasantly surprised by this one, it had a insta-love kind of vibe but it was well developed, it didn't bother me much. The dynamics and the kink were really well thought, Camden and August needed a third, it was obvious even to me and that's where Anthony comes up. Littles it's not something that I personally like and it wasn't an exception here, but as I said it's something totally personal and I did understand Camden's purpose in the story, I also felt a kinship with him because he should be able to be himself when he's in regression, I felt that. But I enjoyed August and Anthony's relationship a LOT more not gonna lie, it was fun to see them together, the companionship, the banter and the fire, they seemed well matched and I enjoyed it. So maybe I didn't care much for Cam as a third, but I did as a person. Overall it was a sweet story, the MMM aspect was really well explained and it was nice to see characters from the last book. Lovely. 🤭❤

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bronwyn

    I don’t think I can adequately express how much I loved this book. I could probably read a whole series based on these three guys. This is going straight into my favorites pile!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Angele

    Nursing from August’s shaft... I was not ready. DNF 58%. No kink shaming but Camden was just... no .

  13. 4 out of 5

    Louise

    Another good book from Cara Dee’s hand I love Cara Dee’s books. Like “we have until dawn” is this one is hot and full of feelings! I’m a sucker for mmm book so this was so me!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Ky

    * 5 stars * This book is not for everyone. You can easily come to that conclusion by reading the blurb. But if you decide to dive in - either because the tropes are appealing to you, or because they are some of your favorites or simply because you just want to try something new - you'll find a little gem hidden between these pages. The prologue is the only part written from Camden's point of view and it achieved what I think it was its purpose. By being inside Camden's head for a little while, th * 5 stars * This book is not for everyone. You can easily come to that conclusion by reading the blurb. But if you decide to dive in - either because the tropes are appealing to you, or because they are some of your favorites or simply because you just want to try something new - you'll find a little gem hidden between these pages. The prologue is the only part written from Camden's point of view and it achieved what I think it was its purpose. By being inside Camden's head for a little while, the reader gets to understand how he thinks. They see the situation from the inside and aren't afraid of Camden and August growing apart once Antony gets in the picture. Camden and August have been a couple for six years, they are solid and very much in love. But their relationship is based on kink and they want that kind of dynamic to be present as much as possible. It's something they practice in their everyday life and not just once in a while or something reserved only for scenes. They are happy together but the nature of their relationship is such that sooner or later they'd have to add another partner to their dynamic so that all their needs are met. Camden is smart like that and he knows it's time to find that missing piece, despite August being reluctant. His reluctance though comes from him being afraid of hurting Camden or them loosing what they have and not from disagreement. He knows that Camden is right, he knows they have to add someone to their relationship, he's just not strong enough to make that decision and take that step first. So Camden sets in motion his "evil genius plan". The rest of the book is entirely told from Anthony's point of view. I liked him and I liked his voice. Not once did he assume that he was going to come between the couple, he knew his place and he respected their connection and their history. He was careful to get everything right while he navigated that new dynamic for the first time. There was a sense of equality here that's usually missing from triad stories. Where usually one seems like he gets all the attention or one seems less important than the other two, here that was never an issue. There was never a sense of this story being about two people. It was about three and it was always clear. Even in the scenes where Antony interacts with only one of the couple, the other is present through their conversations. At the beginning, Anthony was always very aware of the boundries and of himself being a temporary addition to an established couple's life. He treated them as a team while on vacation in Nashville and he never tried to separate them or showed preference to one of them. Each relationship between the three was different, the dynamic was different. Anthony's relationship with Camden didn't have anything in common with his relationship with August and that's how everyone wanted it to be. Don't forget that August and Camden were heavily into the D/l lifestyle so their interactions and behavior toward one another were always colored by that. The epilogue was exactly how this story should have ended. Because the main story takes place in the span of about ten days, the epilogue was absolutely perfect. It contains scenes throughout their life up to a few years down the road. It was so good to see how they managed to work things out and how they organized their life together. As I reached the last page I realized that I couldn't stop smiling. That fact alone is testament enough to how much I enjoyed "We Have Till Monday". But it's not just that, this story is about people, about relationships that change and evolve, about developing feeling when you least expect it and about making room in your life for what matters the most. And that's why I loved it. Highly recommended! ~ I read an ARC of this book.~

  15. 5 out of 5

    Lenaya

    This is mostly a rant about industry norms, but it goes without saying: Cara Dee writes characters soooo well. They just leap off the page. I’m glad I chose her books for breaking my M/M fast. Unfortunately, the genre’s problems remain the genre’s problems. I railed against this conceit a lot (mostly yelling at my iPad but sometimes) in reviews. But I think I just figured out why the genre insists on conflating physical size with dominance/submission and top/bottom. These books are mostly writte This is mostly a rant about industry norms, but it goes without saying: Cara Dee writes characters soooo well. They just leap off the page. I’m glad I chose her books for breaking my M/M fast. Unfortunately, the genre’s problems remain the genre’s problems. I railed against this conceit a lot (mostly yelling at my iPad but sometimes) in reviews. But I think I just figured out why the genre insists on conflating physical size with dominance/submission and top/bottom. These books are mostly written and read by straight women. Generally men to be larger in size than women. So by making the receptive and/or submissive partner smaller in stature.... See where I’m going? Ahem, ladies, our heteronormativity is showing. For me we run into a bit of a bear trap when writers use these same values in daddy kink books. You now have the smaller person not only in the submissive role, but they are also *childlike*. The Little in this book is less than five feet tall with a smooth, boyish body. And ugh, I just threw up in my mouth a little. Which is deeply frustrating. Because apart from those moments when resulting mental pictures yanked me from the story, I loved this book. It has all of my favorite elements. Great characters, poly, kink, D/s, etc. It’s less angsty than some of her books (though I love me some angst) that fits perfectly with my mood at the moment. But I do love the kind of emotional roller coasters Dee has taken me on in the past Path of Destruction, Noah, never mind the absolute emotional meat grinders that are the Aftermath and Auctioned series’. This fit perfectly with what I needed right now, boy-meets-boy-meets-boy, they fall in love etc. yayyy But to finish my rant: One of the things I hate most about the ‘size = dominance’ trope, is that it’s sooooo grossly wrong. Your physical size and age has little to do with how dominant or submissive you are. I know a fair number of daddies who are younger and/or smaller than their babygirls. In fact most of the people I know who are in relationships like this tend in that direction. The other issue is that the ‘big dom/top, little sub/bottom’ (thank goodness Dee has at least has taken the idea that ‘little people bottom only and are submissive, and big people are dominant and top’ and thrown it in the trash) is that it limits the possibilities for more interesting dynamics. I’m not a domme. But let me tell you if I was, I’d want a big powerful dude to kneel for me. I know most romance is regressive. But underlying the whole trope is a message that says ‘a person is submissive because they are not powerful enough to be dominant’. That If they had the physical size they would naturally be the one in charge. When actually the opposite is likely to be true. I know very few submissive short men. Or women. That expectation, that if you’re a big strong guy physically means you naturally will be in charge, is part of why there are plenty of big and tall submissives in the lifestyle. In this case, a little more reality also makes for more textured storytelling. You can have a big hulking Navy Seal who is also a baby boy, daddied by an accountant of average height. There’s a lot to say there about the energy and excitement of those kinds of pairings. Everything interesting about ‘big doms/tops and little subs/bottoms’ was said decades ago. Time to shake the tree for something more intriguing.

  16. 4 out of 5

    R. | BABT

    I’m not a huge fan of the daddy/little one kind of person, and I didn’t even know that this kind of regression was a thing. So it really surprised me how much I enjoyed it, that different level of kink for me felt foreign at the beginning, but as they were getting together I really think it worked as a storyline. It was a smooth read, even being an “insta-love”, it never felt rushed. I love how versatile Cara Dee’s stories are. This one was so different from everything I read involving daddykink I’m not a huge fan of the daddy/little one kind of person, and I didn’t even know that this kind of regression was a thing. So it really surprised me how much I enjoyed it, that different level of kink for me felt foreign at the beginning, but as they were getting together I really think it worked as a storyline. It was a smooth read, even being an “insta-love”, it never felt rushed. I love how versatile Cara Dee’s stories are. This one was so different from everything I read involving daddykink and different lifestyles. This was definitely a book that pushed me out of my comfort zone, but I enjoyed it nevertheless. Camden’s regressions were very curious for me. He did that a lot and most of the time (besides the sexual parts of it) I thought I was reading about a child, and not a grown up man. I somehow even imagined his voice changing. And I like that, that a character is so well built, that makes you think of them as part of the reality. August was the daddy even I wanted to have. LOL! Sexy silver fox, chef (what made him even mooore attractive - I love men who cook). His affection for Camden was lovely to see, and I loved his personality. Anthony was the part which was missing in August and Camden’s lives. His introduction to their already formed relationship was smooth and so well done, that it seemed he was part of it his whole life. I think the biggest part of why he worked so well with A+C, was that he was already a giver. With his profession and his compassion towards others it was a lot realistic that he would fit right in on the dynamic. August and Anthony’s chemistry was also one to talk about. Jesus there were sparkles everywhere. I loved to see their connection, and how their bond expanded towards Camden as well. It never felt as if one of them was left alone, or out of their relationship. And I loved that! I also loved to see more of Nicky and Gideon in this book (from We have till Dawn), the brothers relationship was also something I was waiting for in this read and I didn’t get disappointed. So, if you are NOT into kink, or if you have the least of a closed mind, this book is NOT for you. There are moments that it seems like two adults are having sex with a child, yes. There are scenes with play/pretend rape kink, a lots and lots of sex. It was close to a plain erotic book in my opinion. Buuut if you are in the mood for something different, authentic, and love MM (in this case MMM) like me, and would like to know more about the D/s kind of kink with a very lovely romance, you should totally go for it!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Escape Writing Services

    I am going to put this out there for everyone who follows my reviews, Cara Dee is my absolute favorite author. Every single book I read, I am absolutely blown away. We Have Til Monday follows the characters in her book, We Have Til Dawn. This book follows Anthony Fender, who is Nicki’s brother. Camden and August have been in a serious relationship for a long time. But Camden knows that they need a third to be complete. Camden is a little who regresses in many different states and this can includ I am going to put this out there for everyone who follows my reviews, Cara Dee is my absolute favorite author. Every single book I read, I am absolutely blown away. We Have Til Monday follows the characters in her book, We Have Til Dawn. This book follows Anthony Fender, who is Nicki’s brother. Camden and August have been in a serious relationship for a long time. But Camden knows that they need a third to be complete. Camden is a little who regresses in many different states and this can include non-sexual periods of time. He just wants August to have someone to be there with him when he regresses for longer periods of time. When Camden finds Anthony’s profile online, he knows that he will be the most perfect man in the galaxy to open up their relationship with and experience what it is like to have a third partner. After all, he just wants his Daddy to be happy. August is over the moon when he wins a trip to Nashville to cook with August King. This may also be a huge fantasy as well because August and his partner Camden are the ideal package. So when he shows up early and is given an exclusive invite to hang out, he cannot pass this up. Things take a turn quickly turning into what would be the ultimate fantasy for Anthony, but very soon he finds out it might not just be a fantasy but the reality he is very much hoping to live. When feelings begin to brew, Anthony begins to worry. August knows Camden wants to open their relationship and he is hesitant. He is not sure that this will be a good move for the two of them. But when August meets Anthony, he is hooked. Anthony could not be more perfect for the two of them and it is looking like his boy might be right all along. But what can you do when you live several states apart? Because long-distance is crap. Cara Dee. That is all I have to say. This book is emotional, loving, heartbreaking, and purely erotic. There is Daddy/little regression and maybe even the possibility of two Daddies. It is everything you want in a Cara Dee novel and more.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cadiva

    Just like We Have Till Dawn this one is explosively hot and packed full of all the feels. Anthony, Nicky's older brother, has been basically cruising through life on half-speed without any great lows but no wonderful highs either when he wins a competition to cook with a famous chef he follows on social media. But the reader knows that he's not just won a chance to visit Nashville and cook with celebrity chef August King, but that August's much younger partner Camden has been plotting ever since h Just like We Have Till Dawn this one is explosively hot and packed full of all the feels. Anthony, Nicky's older brother, has been basically cruising through life on half-speed without any great lows but no wonderful highs either when he wins a competition to cook with a famous chef he follows on social media. But the reader knows that he's not just won a chance to visit Nashville and cook with celebrity chef August King, but that August's much younger partner Camden has been plotting ever since he saw Anthony's feed for the Music Institute he runs with Nicky. The story evolves in a beautifully organic fashion from the moment Anthony encounters August at the end of his ranch's drive when he comes to get his bearings after driving from New York to Nashville. It's clear from the off that the sexual chemistry between all three men is off the charts. But there's a complication Anthony hadn't expected. Camden is a little who regresses through a number of different age points, some including sexual behaviour, others not and Camden knows August gets lonely when he's essentially acting as a single parent when he's regressed into his non-sexual state. Which is why he chooses Anthony, he believes he could be the missing link in his relationship with August and help stop him feeling alone. How this is navigated becomes an integral part of the narrative and Cara unfolds the story, which takes place over such a short period time but never manages to stray into "instalove" territory. Relatively low angst, a thread of humour running throughout and the aforementioned steaming hot sex, makes this a perfect read. #ARC kindly received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review

  19. 4 out of 5

    Teeny

    I was expecting more So I'm going to be the party pooper here.... I loved the first book, it was HOT, it was FILTHY, it was GREAT! So I was prepared for some of the same here as well, especially after all the buzz of how filthy this one was as well and let me tell you the mentions of rapeplay had me drooling. Did it deliver? Not for me! The level of hotness was low and for all the kink that was said that was present in August and Camden's partnership very little was shown apart from Camden's regre I was expecting more So I'm going to be the party pooper here.... I loved the first book, it was HOT, it was FILTHY, it was GREAT! So I was prepared for some of the same here as well, especially after all the buzz of how filthy this one was as well and let me tell you the mentions of rapeplay had me drooling. Did it deliver? Not for me! The level of hotness was low and for all the kink that was said that was present in August and Camden's partnership very little was shown apart from Camden's regression. I have to say that I'm not a fan of Daddy/Lb dynamics, no kinkshaming but it doesn't do anything for me when one of the MCs regresses more than a 16yo teen, still as I said there were parts that were arousing, aka rapeplay! I was so excited to see that but the one scene was really, really mild and the 2nd one resembled more somnophilia than rapeplay. The story in general was arousing but a tease! For all the supposed filthiness there were 3 major sex scenes, one in the very beginning with August and Anthony going from 0 to 100 with no condoms, one at the epilogue and the last one on one of the other epilogues. The other scenes were a couple of blowjobs, a couple of fingerings and a lot of "August used me well yesterday" kinda reminiscences... so as I said arousing but not HOT nor filthy on page. As far as the relationship dynamics went August and Anthony had more time on page together and I could see them becoming a couple, August and Camden were an established couple and I believed it, but all three of them or even Anthony and Camden, I'm struggling to believe their dynamics are as strong as Cara wants me to believe they are, not really helped by Anthony getting aroused by the smallest thing Camden did, like breath for example. It was uncomfortable at times! So yeah... I'm gonna go with 3 stars.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tracy Wilkin

    We Have TIll Monday is the follow on from We Have Till Dawn by the ultimate spinner of words, Cara Dee. I can say with all honesty that I have not read a book written this deep, or never had I enjoyed and obsessed over a story quite like We Have Till Monday. I was instantly intrigued by the blurb and the idea I had was totally different to how the story was expressed. Each character was so different from the other, with different ideas, upbringings and whole outlooks on their lives. But oh did t We Have TIll Monday is the follow on from We Have Till Dawn by the ultimate spinner of words, Cara Dee. I can say with all honesty that I have not read a book written this deep, or never had I enjoyed and obsessed over a story quite like We Have Till Monday. I was instantly intrigued by the blurb and the idea I had was totally different to how the story was expressed. Each character was so different from the other, with different ideas, upbringings and whole outlooks on their lives. But oh did they fit together flawlessly. They complemented each other perfectly, and one together they could give each other exactly what they each needed. The interaction was a beautiful thing to read, fascinating to witness and learn the varied dynamics of their unique relationship. Cara Dee, I cannot write down specifics of what made me fall in love with this story. It was not one thing. It was everything. From the capital letter of the first word of the first chapter. To the full stop at the end. Everything was packed into this story and the wildly different base of the relationship between Anthony, August and Camden is one I cannot get enough of. August is the protector, Anthony is the nurturer and the multi-faceted Camden is the young one that just begs to be cared for, which speaks to every cell in August and Anthony’s DNA. We Have Till Monday will take you on a journey you never anticipated, nor will you ever forget it. A story worthy of many re-reads, and I can honestly say it is perfection in print. 5 stars.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. DNF @67% Okay. So listen. This is more like a 2.99 stars. Barely just a tiny bit 3.00 stars. The writing and writing style itself its good. Good grammar (as far as I can tell which isn’t much but whatever) and the characters are okay. But 2 things. I found it to be way too fast paced in terms of sex and romance. It was insta-lust followed very closely and in a very blurry and sneaky way, insta-love. The characters met for the very first time and in less than a week (A WHOLE ASS WEEK) they are having DNF @67% Okay. So listen. This is more like a 2.99 stars. Barely just a tiny bit 3.00 stars. The writing and writing style itself its good. Good grammar (as far as I can tell which isn’t much but whatever) and the characters are okay. But 2 things. I found it to be way too fast paced in terms of sex and romance. It was insta-lust followed very closely and in a very blurry and sneaky way, insta-love. The characters met for the very first time and in less than a week (A WHOLE ASS WEEK) they are having sex without condoms from the very first time and inviting this stranger to live in their house while he’s on vacation. These gay men are going to get murdered. This is how you get murdered. And also contract a sexually transmitted disease but I digress. Another thing, but that’s just me, its that I don’t vibe with Daddy/Little Boy play. I can get behind a Daddy and a bratty boy but when you start talking about a grown ass man “regressing” and “turning” into a child, you lose me. No kinkshame but... not for me, honey. I thought this was going to be about Daddy but NOT Little Boys. But that’s on me! I should have known and realize that Cara Dee is on a Daddy/Little Boy train and has been on it for a while (please, mother. Get off. I miss your other books but you do you, I guess. I’ll just be here.... crying). The book dabbles on some Rape Play, as far as I went on 67% there is only one scene and its relatively mild, and some puppy play. Both are very mild up until 67%. I don’t know anything after that nor do I care.

  22. 5 out of 5

    J.L.

    As much fun as I have tracking romance plot points now that I’m familiar with the structure, it never ceases to amaze me how diverse the genre can be. I’ve read both MMM and Daddy-kink (with age regression) stories before, and even books that combine those particular tropes. Dee manages her unique storytelling spin here, featuring three fantastic characters who take a chance on creating a happily ever after together. Dee takes a page out of the real world here to address how even two people in lo As much fun as I have tracking romance plot points now that I’m familiar with the structure, it never ceases to amaze me how diverse the genre can be. I’ve read both MMM and Daddy-kink (with age regression) stories before, and even books that combine those particular tropes. Dee manages her unique storytelling spin here, featuring three fantastic characters who take a chance on creating a happily ever after together. Dee takes a page out of the real world here to address how even two people in love might not have a 100 percent satisfying relationship if their kinks don’t line up. August and Camden are certainly rolling the dice by opening their relationship, but they attempt to go about it safely by making a trial run of it with Anthony, visiting from out of state. It’s fun to watch them both thoroughly seduce him, and I appreciate the openness and communication they emphasize when it comes to sharing their individual and joint needs. Unfortunately, the trial aspect of their week of fun fails utterly. Not because Anthony doesn’t fit with the other two men, but because he fits so well. It might have just been a week, but their eventual separation when Anthony has to go home is heart-wrenching and packs all the feels. Again, a taste of the real world: Just because all the kinks line up doesn’t mean life itself with cooperate with the happy ending. Luckily, these characters are all willing to fight for and sacrifice to achieve their true desires. I had an absolute blast reading this book, and once again look forward to Dee’s next project to enjoy.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Aimee Nicole Walker

    4.5 stars... This is my first time reading daddy kink and age regression. I admit to being uneasy, but I gave it a shot because I adore Cara’s writing style, and she singlehandedly pulled me from a reading slump with We Have Till Morning. I was curious about this sub genre, and I trusted her to put in the time and effort in to fully developing a character and not just make it about the sex. She did that well. I absolutely adored the dynamic between August and Anthony. I adored Camden and his mis 4.5 stars... This is my first time reading daddy kink and age regression. I admit to being uneasy, but I gave it a shot because I adore Cara’s writing style, and she singlehandedly pulled me from a reading slump with We Have Till Morning. I was curious about this sub genre, and I trusted her to put in the time and effort in to fully developing a character and not just make it about the sex. She did that well. I absolutely adored the dynamic between August and Anthony. I adored Camden and his mischievous nature. I truly appreciated August’s care for Camden in his regressed state. My only wish and reason for half-star deduction was because no explanation was given about why Camden lapsed into the regressive state. That’s often a sign of trauma or emotional struggle. Maybe it’s not in Camden’s case, but still, I anticipated a conversation about why it appealed to him so much. I really wanted to understand the dynamic better. Not so much the different levels of age regression because that was explained, but what triggered them? With Anthony’s professional training, I expected a little more inquiry. I know he had friends in the lifestyle but one person’s reasoning isn’t the same as another’s. That aside, I’m really glad I read it. Cara was the right author for me to take this leap with. I felt emotionally connected to each of the characters and understood why the triad was so desirable to them.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jess

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I absolutely love Cara Dee's stories and this one is no exception. The world building and character development within this book is absolutely beautiful, and I could tell that Anthony loved his men as deeply as they loved him. Though I enjoyed the book, I ultimately took half a star away because I felt that the relationship between August and Camden was underdeveloped. Though I could sense a connection there, the story was told through Anthony's eyes (the one who was entering the relationship) wh I absolutely love Cara Dee's stories and this one is no exception. The world building and character development within this book is absolutely beautiful, and I could tell that Anthony loved his men as deeply as they loved him. Though I enjoyed the book, I ultimately took half a star away because I felt that the relationship between August and Camden was underdeveloped. Though I could sense a connection there, the story was told through Anthony's eyes (the one who was entering the relationship) which ultimately limited my insight to August and Camden's feelings. I know that the focus was supposed to be on Anthony, because August and Camden were already an established couple, but we didn't get to see them come together before this book, so it would have helped to have a chapter or two (beyond the prologue) showing their thinking. The reason that I did not take a full star away stems from Dee's strong description of Camden's needs as a little, explaining why he may show limited affection or remain distant at times. Overall, I really enjoyed reading this book and I would recommend it to readers who enjoy loving, polyamorous romances and are not afraid of kink. I will be subtlety (or not so subtlety) hoping for a prequel for August and Camden. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review

  25. 5 out of 5

    Amy Dufera - Amy's MM Romance Reviews

    We Have Till Monday is a fabulous romance by Cara Dee. A combination of menage, age play, and Daddy play, there's a lot going on in this one. And holy fucking hotness! Camden and August have been together a long time, but something has always been missing. And Camden insists on fixing their issue. Enter Anthony. The meeting between Camden and Anthony is adorable. Absolutely adorable. I love this scene so damn much and could re-read it over and over. Their story includes play rape scenes, suckling We Have Till Monday is a fabulous romance by Cara Dee. A combination of menage, age play, and Daddy play, there's a lot going on in this one. And holy fucking hotness! Camden and August have been together a long time, but something has always been missing. And Camden insists on fixing their issue. Enter Anthony. The meeting between Camden and Anthony is adorable. Absolutely adorable. I love this scene so damn much and could re-read it over and over. Their story includes play rape scenes, suckling, and a ton of hot sex. Each man enjoys some BDSM moments, but it's Camden's suckling that had me swooning. There's food talk, photography talk, and plenty of fun dynamics. The best part of this story though is the equality in the relationship between each pairing. Anthony fits in with both men wonderfully, as well as helps to fill their missing need. His presence is exactly what the couple needs. Unfortunately for all, Anthony is only in town for his short vacation. I absolutely love the way the author develops these men and their story. The men are complex, their storyline multi-layered, and every moment is mesmerizing. We Have Till Monday is a beautiful menage romance. Cara Dee delights and impresses throughout this riveting tale. I can't recommend this one enough.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    There are no words Well, there are a few words. A good thing, too as it would be difficult to write a review without them. One that stands out is "Whew" as in "Whew, I never thought I'd regret giving up smoking." Hot doesn't cover it. We Have Until Dawn introduced us to Anthony, and he is even yummier in his own book. (Duh) The interactions with his family are just *chefs kiss* Nicky was the perfect teasing and supporting little brother and their worried dad melted my heart. Gideon had me laughing. There are no words Well, there are a few words. A good thing, too as it would be difficult to write a review without them. One that stands out is "Whew" as in "Whew, I never thought I'd regret giving up smoking." Hot doesn't cover it. We Have Until Dawn introduced us to Anthony, and he is even yummier in his own book. (Duh) The interactions with his family are just *chefs kiss* Nicky was the perfect teasing and supporting little brother and their worried dad melted my heart. Gideon had me laughing. "Two deep-fried brain cells" indeed. I love the additional information on the Fender Initiative. I think it's amazing what they're doing. We have something similar where I live, but it's all kinds of art classes. Painting, sculpture, photography, writing, music etc August might be my new favorite character. Older, dominant, attentive, sweet, assertive, sexy as all get out and a man who can cook to boot? I see no wrong here. Camden is just adorable. A total brat, a self-proclaimed evil genius, and His Daddys perfect little boy. I did struggle somewhat with their dynamic. I have read several trio love stories, but this felt completely new to me. I had to remind myself that "In this hose it's always playtime" a couple of times, but I trusted in Cara and so should you. I thought the name of his restaurant chain stood for food in Swedish, but alas no. Loved it, and I'm sure you will too.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ryland

    i've been putting off writing this review for DAYS now, but it's time to write at least something. my initial review was 4 stars but i've since upgraded it to 5 because of the phenomenal characters in this book. not a day has passed since march 14th that i haven't thought of anthony, august, and cam. i don't know how to put my feelings into words. THIS was mmm done right. august and cam were in an established dd/lb relationship and had been for several years. they were not, in any way, unhappy w i've been putting off writing this review for DAYS now, but it's time to write at least something. my initial review was 4 stars but i've since upgraded it to 5 because of the phenomenal characters in this book. not a day has passed since march 14th that i haven't thought of anthony, august, and cam. i don't know how to put my feelings into words. THIS was mmm done right. august and cam were in an established dd/lb relationship and had been for several years. they were not, in any way, unhappy with their relationship - but cam was ready for more and wanted to spend more time in a state of regression. instead of putting strain on their relationship and just trying to make it work, cam started seeking out a third for their relationship to bridge the gap for that time that he is in a regressed state so that august doesn't feel like he's missing anything. and along comes anthony, who is the perfect fit for them. this book is everything that all the other mmm books i've ever read aim to be. the chemistry was fire, the sex was hot as fuck, and more importantly, nothing actually happened in this book and yet i was captivated the entire time. seriously, there were like 2 things that happened plot wise, and neither were major events. this book takes place (for the most part) in one location over a span of about two weeks, and honestly i'm ready to re-read it already. that says so much to me, as a reader, about cara dee's characterization. the focus of this book was very internal. it was about anthony's growth as a person and the love he had for august and cam. and despite it taking place over such a short period of time, it didn't feel like insta-love. this put cara dee on the top of my authors-to-watch list. i suck at words, but trust, this book was maybe the best i've read in the past year.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

    I was extremely grateful for We Have Till Monday because this tender and light MMM romance brought me out of the deepest book slump I ever encountered. Sweet and easy were exactly what I needed. I loved the wholesome feeling of watching three people finding the missing piece that was essential to their life in each other while falling in love. The daddy kink and age play were welcomed naughty bonuses added to all the warm and fuzzy. August, Camden and Anthony were in a complicated and unconventi I was extremely grateful for We Have Till Monday because this tender and light MMM romance brought me out of the deepest book slump I ever encountered. Sweet and easy were exactly what I needed. I loved the wholesome feeling of watching three people finding the missing piece that was essential to their life in each other while falling in love. The daddy kink and age play were welcomed naughty bonuses added to all the warm and fuzzy. August, Camden and Anthony were in a complicated and unconventional relationship under most people’s standard. However, their chemistry, connection and passion made their unique dynamic natural and fitting. I was completely immersed in their bubble as I was basting in all the happiness and good feels. I absolutely enjoyed their story and would highly recommend it.I volunteered to provide an honest review of an advance complimentary copy of this book.Follow Me: Maggie’s Escape Book Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

  29. 4 out of 5

    Pimm Cullen

    As always Cara leaves me wanting more of everything. More of her story telling. More of her characters. More of their kink, their love, their journey. Anthony Fender is the older brother of Nicky, who we met in We Have Until Dawn. He is very successful, if a little modest, in his professional life, but his private life. Well that's a bit of a disaster. Recently broken up from Mr Very Wrong he's letting work dominate his life. What little downtime he has is spent watching cooking videos on YouTub As always Cara leaves me wanting more of everything. More of her story telling. More of her characters. More of their kink, their love, their journey. Anthony Fender is the older brother of Nicky, who we met in We Have Until Dawn. He is very successful, if a little modest, in his professional life, but his private life. Well that's a bit of a disaster. Recently broken up from Mr Very Wrong he's letting work dominate his life. What little downtime he has is spent watching cooking videos on YouTube from a certain hot chef. Watching is a stretch, he's ogling the certain hot chef. One of those videos is competition, which Anthony wins. His prize, a cooking class said very hot chef. Behind everyone hot chef there is a evil genius little who has a master plan. (Well not really, but it would be nice of there was!) Camden, evil genius with a master plan, has been doing his own internet ogling. He knows his Daddy gets lonely when he regresses so decides he needs to do something about that. There is a lovely flow to this story which makes it easy to read and get lost in. It's not so angsty as some of Cara's books but I was gripped. Moving at a good pace without getting forced or rushed.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rin Pet

    Ya’ll... Ok. So if you’ve read this book or are considering reading it, you’ve hopefully read Cara Dee’s other work. I don’t think I’ve read a single thing by her I didn’t love. We Have Til Dawn though was next level for me personally. So I had been looking forward to the following book. 25% in and I couldn’t put it down. Her talent in storytelling and characterization is levels above any other author. Her plots and dynamics are ALWAYS so different than anything else in this genre. It is positive Ya’ll... Ok. So if you’ve read this book or are considering reading it, you’ve hopefully read Cara Dee’s other work. I don’t think I’ve read a single thing by her I didn’t love. We Have Til Dawn though was next level for me personally. So I had been looking forward to the following book. 25% in and I couldn’t put it down. Her talent in storytelling and characterization is levels above any other author. Her plots and dynamics are ALWAYS so different than anything else in this genre. It is positively refreshing. When I finally relented and slept by 50% in, I woke early and pretty much didn’t put it down until I finished. I couldn’t. One of the magical things about Cara’s writing is that she knows exactly how to make you FEEL things. Happy, loving, angry, sad, horny. All the horny. You really can’t get better than Cara when it comes to kinks that push the taboo envelope. And we want her to push it. This book, like the first, is an absolute gift. I feel sorry for those who won’t read it because of some of its content. They are really missing out on something lovely and unique. I just wanted more of these men and their boy. Absolutely one of Cara’s best, and that’s saying a lot.

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