Book Title: Hot Stepdad Summer
Author: Iris Faire
Cover Artist: Iris
Release Date: January 30,
Genre: Contemporary MM
Romance LGBTQ Romance, Romantic Suspense
Tropes: Taboo -stepdad,forbidden love, bisexual and gay awakenings,
Themes: Coming out,
acceptance, found family, first loves
Length: 33 000 words/ 122
Heat Rating: 4.5 flames
(There are a few steamy scenes that get spicy and intimate and real for our main couple –
but nothing involving BDSM. Maybe a tiny bit of hands around the throat, that’s
Buy Links – Available in Kindle Unlimited
Only one man could save
me. What I found in him was unexpected.
Wrongs righted. Love fated. Passionate desires unleashed.
I didn’t need a protector. And I wanted more than a hot
alpha possessing me.
I desired love. What I found in him was unexpected. If only
the world around us would stop judging, we would have a chance to build a life
When the past caught up to me and a friend, dark forces
Only one man could save me.
It turned out his protection, his possession, and his love all
claimed me, fulfilling every dream possible.
Iris Faire weaves a tale of past wrongs righted, of love fated, and passionate desires
explored. The quick read romp ends in a happy ever after. It can be read as a stand alone,
but will have you wishing for more in the interconnected Stepdad Summer Series.
“Who were those guys?” His fists balled up on my stomach,
and I heard the crack of his jawline tightening with teeth gnashing. These signs of his
possession turned my heart to jelly.
“Relax there, Mr. Protective. They were punk ass college
guys on spring break. Never saw them again. And I haven’t been with anyone since . . . Until
last night. With you.”
“Me? So you were my first in forever, and I was as well for
you?” He squeezed me tighter.
“Hm-hmm. After your birthday, I intended to quit for sure.
But then you came to see me. So I danced for you. And then I kept going, wondering if you
might come back. And you did. Every Tuesday and Thursday, when Mom had her meetings
like clockwork. Somehow, you made me feel safe. And . . . I enjoyed dancing for you. I liked
your eyes following my every move.”
“Don’t go back. I don’t want you there. I can’t stand the
thought of other men watching you, touching your G-string or going anywhere near your
I tightened our hold once again, wiggling my bottom
against his half hard morning wood. “Hm. So you’re the jealous type. I like it.”
“Yeah, maybe I am. Besides, I should have stopped you
when I first saw you. If I had given any thought to how dangerous it might be for you there .
. . maybe Nico wouldn’t be in this situation.”
“Fucking Nico,” I said with upmost affection for my friend.
“It probably didn’t matter. His drug use would have still gotten out of hand, maybe slower is
“Still, don’t go back. Quit today.”
“And work where? I can’t stay at moms, and can’t stay at
Dominic’s. It’s nice of you to offer here, but I need a job to afford my own place.” I already
had a printout of some jobs to check on for the week. Coffee barista, nighttime janitor . . .
nothing really appealing, but my options narrowed without a degree or career trajectory. I’d
go to hell before admitting Mom was right about college.
“Stay with me. I’ll take care of us until you find something
“Yeah?” I twisted, facing him, and cupped his cheek. I hung
on every hope for what this meant between us.
I brushed his lips, taking full advantage of this euphoric
morning feeling. This thing right now between us, undefined, yet perfect. Undeterred by an
uncertain future, simply luxuriating in each other’s arms before time or whatever life threw
at us took it away.
He worked down, brushing his lips across my neck and
“Mm. If I stay with you, does it mean I get more of your lips
all over me?”
“Whatever you want, I’m happy to provide,” he said,
pushing me onto my back. Brushing his whiskers down my torso followed by his soft lips and
tongue, every move of his grew like little reassurances of our path ahead, freely exploring
whatever this was between us.
About the Author
Iris writes from the comfort
of her kitchen, while sipping vanilla lattes on a good day—even in summer. Writing MM
Romance is a nice distraction from her many other commitments, like needle-working,
homemaking, and mom taxi service. While it’s terrible fun to invest time in her book
characters, she’s not expecting to quit her day job anytime soon.
Visit her website
to keep up to date on her latest work in
On a more serious note: Iris
has a teen who is trans. And she loves them with her whole heart and soul.
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