book cover of Daddies Trilogy

Daddies Trilogy

(A book in the Daddies Trilogy series)
An omnibus of novels by

All three Daddies books in one print volume.

My Girlfriend's Daddy

Heads turn at a get-together where Warner Lowery shares details of his first time encounter with the hottest older man he’d ever met—his girlfriend’s father. Sam Parker had pushed his buttons from the moment they’d met.

Warner had struggled, especially since he’d been only nineteen and adamant he wasn’t gay, only to succumb to the touches of the man he shouldn’t have wanted.

The story brings back all kinds of memories and makes Warner realize he has been carrying a torch for far too long. No other man has ever surpassed Sam Parker in Warner’s mind.

No one.

My Best Friend's Father

Warner was first. Now it’s Nate’s turn to share the details about his first lover.

A military brat, an eighteen year old Nate moves with his family to a new base the summer before his senior year. Almost immediately he falls for his next-door neighbor—as well as—befriends the man’s youngest son. Nate knows there’s no chance he’d ever get his hands on Jay’s father, but that doesn’t stop him from fantasizing like crazy.

Two years and a few hundred miles later, Nate is called home from college when his father ends up in the hospital. While there, he finds Major Elijah Taylor now divorced with an empty nest next door. Nate knows this might be his one and only chance to get into the major’s pants, so inexperienced or not, he sets out to seduce the man.

Nate’s unprepared for the wave of emotion that hits him as he returns to his past and eventually has to confront the feelings he has for Eli. Ten years hasn’t taken the ache away. Nate’s not sure a lifetime will.

My College Professor

Raynd is the last of his friends to tell his first time tale with an older man—one of his college professors.

Half the campus is in love with Professor Luke Geist, but only one of them has ever turned his eye. Professor Geist does everything in his power to put distance between him and Raynd, to Raynd’s confusion. When the professor is assigned as Raynd’s advisor, the truth of his attraction comes out—but the man still fights the need.

Months pass before the professor and his student can’t hold back any longer. A cold day during winter break is spent warm in Luke’s bed.

When a secret tears them apart, Raynd is left heartbroken.

Can a friend’s intervention bring them back together a decade or so later?