My Kind of Man by A.G. Silver


Michael knows what he wants. He wants a daddy.

When yet another attempt at a relationship fails, Michael decides to find himself his daddy. The one man that will care for him, nurture him, and love him for who he is. Twenty-six-year-old and successful in his career, Michael knows he’s missing out on life. He’s a quiet, introverted man with desires that seem too far out of his reach. Until he goes to Escape one night.

Callum is tired of being lonely. He has everything to offer the right man.

When forty-year-old Callum is encouraged to visit Escape, his hopes are high, but his expectancy of finding the perfect man is low until he sees a young man nervously looking around the club. Everything about him ticks Callum’s boxes. Shorter than his six-foot frame with blond curls that cry out to be stroked, and a look of anxious longing on his face. Callum is transfixed.
With only a few words exchanged, the two men are hooked, eager to explore everything they have ever dreamed of. Is this a life they can fulfill, or will they find too many obstacles in their way?

Book Details

  • File Namemy-kind-of-man-by-a-g-silver.epub
  • Original TitleMy Kind Of Man: An M/M age-play romance
  • Creator
  • Languageen
  • IdentifierMOBI-ASIN:B07HV8TLK4
  • Date2018-10-22T18:30:00+00:00
  • File Size373.137 KB

Table of Content

  • 1. Full Page Image
  • 2. Contents
  • 3. Copyright
  • 4. Prologue
  • 5. Chapter 1
  • 6. Chapter 2
  • 7. Chapter 3
  • 8. Chapter 4
  • 9. Chapter 5
  • 10. Chapter 6
  • 11. Chapter 7
  • 12. Chapter 8
  • 13. Chapter 9
  • 14. Chapter 10
  • 15. Chapter 11
  • 16. Chapter 12
  • 17. Chapter 13
  • 18. Chapter 14
  • 19. Chapter 15
  • 20. Chapter 16
  • 21. Chapter 17
  • 22. Epilogue
  • 23. Acknowledgments
  • 24. About the Author
  • 25. Books by JJ Harper

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1 comment
Nnanelle Skan
Nnanelle Skan · a year ago

I finished the book, but it is definitely a subject matter that I am not interested in... and I actually found that some of their conversations (ie -regarding touching his "special place") made me feel squidgy - and not in the good way. Feeling uncomfortable when reading a book is not how I want to be, so this was my first and definitely my last time reading about people who embrace this kind of lifestyle.

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