Ford never wanted to be a daddy. So, how did he end up with not one, but two boys who need one?
Master Ford loves his life. He’s respected in his club, has his choice of boys to play with, and is happy staying single. When the club owner asks him to take in two abused boys, Ford reluctantly agrees. But when one doesn’t even talk, and the other is a bundle of hostility, Ford wonders if he’s in over his head.
It takes a long time to win their trust, as the abuse they suffered is worse than Ford could’ve imagined. But when he discovers that Thierry is a little and that Jathan needs a firm daddy, Ford questions if he can be what both his boys need. And where do his own needs fit into this?
Slow Hand is the fourth book in the Perfect Hands series. It can be listened to as a stand-alone, but may be more fun if you’ve listened to the previous books. It’s a slow burn MMM romance with two hurting boys, a man who discovers new sides to himself, and one very happy end. It features daddy care including age play.