Felicity’s Review – My Sugar Daddy (The Sugar Daddies 0.5) by Trinity Blacio

Hold on to the edge of your seat you won’t want to put My Sugar Daddy down. ~ Felicity, Guilty Pleasures 

 

Blurb:
Struggling single mother Laura McGill figures she has nothing to lose and everything to gain when she impulsively signs up online to meet a sugar daddy. After losing her virginity to a two-timing married man, she’s out to find security for herself and her infant son Max—and hopefully a man she can love.

Brothers Daniel and Grant Wilmot are handsome and rich—and seeking a Rubenesque beauty whose lush curves will cushion their hard loving. Leaders of a security team comprising former Special Forces operatives and a dating website that serves as a cover for their military activities, Daniel and Grant—and another brother, Roman—are smitten by Laura’s generous proportions and sweet manner.

But before the relationship can get too far, a classified government project goes awry – and the Wilmot brothers are forced to pick up the pieces. But will Laura reject them when she learns the truth of the secret they carry?

Have you ever wondered what a sugar daddy website could do for you? Well, Laura did and signed up for an adventure. As a single mom with a child and baggage, she wasn’t sure what to expect. When Daniel sets eyes on her on the bbw.com site, he knew she was the one. When Laura gets into trouble, Daniel and his brother Grant come in and help. But that is just the beginning. As trouble begins to unfold, it’s deeper than they thought. The want and growing desire between the three of them grows even in the face of danger. Laura’s growing desires increase when Roman arrives. The Journey with these three brothers is full of unknown desire and twists and turns. This book will keep you on the edge of your seat and waiting for what happens next.

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