Authors: A-Z
Authors: Most Books
Publishing Partners

Spring Fever Daddies

Second Chance Ranch : 2

By: Rayanna Jamison
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: ©2018 by Blushing Books® and Rayanna Jamison
20 chapters / 63,000 words
Heat Level:
4.9 Out Of 5 (4.9 on 11)   |  Write a review
Price:
$2.99

Also available at :

 

Begin as you intend to end. That was my motto. 

It was how I had always lived my life. 

From the moment my roommate Mitch and I arrived back at his childhood home on the Second Chance Ranch, things became clear. 

He wanted April. I wanted them both, and I always get what I want. 

 

But something is different now. It feels like everything is on the line, and I'm terrified to crash and burn. 

Getting what I want isn't going to be so easy this time around. Mitch has to finally come to terms with the fact that he's in love with me, and while he's doing that, we have to convince April to fall in love with both of us. We have to step up and prove that, despite all our faults and problems, we are worthy of that love. 

 

It's a lot, but I begin how I intend to end. With Mitch beside me, April between us, and both of us as her Daddies. 

There are a lot of roadblocks along the way, but I'm determined to get my happy ending. And I always get what I want. 

 

Publisher's Note: This book contains ménage scenes and power exchange.  

Chapter One 

 

 

April 

Jealousy was a green-eyed bitch. In this case, that bitch was me. And with my bright red hair, green was not my best color. 

Running my fingers over the soft white paper the letter was printed on, I scowled at the photo in front of me. I should not have run home on my lunch break to eat and grab my mail. Now my whole entire day was going to be wrecked because I couldnt not be a jealous bitch. 

Hello, burning hunk of sexy man love. Who are these hotties, and who in the hell is that lucky woman between them? My friend, Janine, smacked her gum loudly as she grabbed the photo off the desk and held it between her fingertips. 

Thats my friend, Merry. And her baby daddies, Slade and Blake. 

Janines jaw dropped. Shut the front door. Baby daddies? How the hell does that work? She got a kid with each of them? 

No, one baby, so far, but they are all in a relationship, so they arent going to find out who the biological father is. Unless, at some point, they really need to, for health reasons or something, I guess. 

Hot damn. You know these people? Theyre wearing cowboy hats in this picture. Chicago is a long way from cowboy hat territory. 

Theyre from the ranch. I tried to snatch the picture away from her so she would leave. She swooped out of the way and clutched it to her chest. 

The ranch? That place youre always waxing poetic about, calling them your family and all that? Her eyes narrowed. These hotties have any brothers? 

About thirty of them, I deadpanned, waiting for her to remember that Second Chance Ranch was a home for foster children. Or it had been, in its heyday. Now, it was just Nan, Merry, Slade and Blake running an outreach program that paired horses with local foster kids. 

Janine nodded and peered at the photo again. Some girls have all the luck. Only thing that could make me even more jealous would be if these cowboys knew how to handle a riding crop in the bedroom. 

Janine was a kinky bitch, who had a penchant for having her ass smacked. The harder and more often the better. And, of course, she was just generally a loud person, so everyone here at the office knew her preference for kink. 

Im pretty sure they do know how to handle a crop, I mused. Among other things. 

Well, hot damn. Some girls have all the luck. She placed the photo back on the desk in front of me with a sigh. Her eyes fell on the letter that had come with it, before I was able to move it out of her line of sight. 

Whats that? She pointed. 

Oh, its just a letter from Merry. Nothing special. They are trying to get me to come down and help out at the ranch for a few months. Or maybe longer. I dont really know. 

Like a job? Her eyebrows furrowed in confusion. 

Yeah, I guess. Sort of. With Merry being pregnant, Nan being old, and Blake and Slade being so protective, they want to hire a housekeeper slash cook. 

And they want you to be that person? 

I guess. I shrugged. It doesnt matter. I already have a job. 

Girl! You crazy? All you ever talk about is that ranch! And you are so burnt out on city life. You need a change of pace. Preferably one where youre surrounded by gorgeous cowboys. 

Gorgeous, taken, fully committed to my good friend, cowboys, I reminded her. 

She waved her hand dismissively. Girl. Its Texas. Surely, those two are not the only hot cowboys in the whole state. If they are gonna pay you good and give you a place to live, you should go. Fulfill your dreams for once. Take a chance. Find a man who isnt a selfish city boy. Youve seen enough of those to last a lifetime. 

I sighed heavily. Everything Janine said was true. And completely valid. I could go if I wanted to. And I was burnt out on city life. Especially city men. But I wasnt sure that relocating to a ranch in Texas was really the answer. 

I was starting to feel like I was destined for the single life. Or a life full of heartbreak. I searched my whole life for one decent man who would love me fully and completely and stay faithful to me, and only me, and I had yet to find him. 

And Merry scored, not one, but two of the hottest cowboys I have ever laid eyes on. And I had laid eyes on a lot of men in my life, thank you very much. 

Unfortunately, I had a dominant personality and what some might call a savior complex. Not to mention, an affinity for assholes. Lets not forget that. Sighing loudly, I turned my attention back to the letter and enclosed picture, which was a pregnancy announcement. No news there. I had been at the ranch when shed told Slade and Blake and, well, everyone else who happened to be there for the annual Christmas party, which was a hell of a lot of people. Pretty much everyone the threesome knew, I was sure. So the announcement was just a formality or, in this case, more salt for the wound. Damn, they looked great together and so happy. Their story was the kind of thing fairy tales were made of. Seriously, it basically belonged on the pages of the trashy romance novels I liked to read late at night while nursing a broken heart and inhaling pints of Ben and Jerrys and watching sappy Hallmark movies. 

Dammit. Wiping a tear from the corner of my eye, I turned the picture over, and turned my attention to the letter once again. 

Dear April, I read. 

I am writing this letter from my spot near Nan on the couch, because Blake and Slade insist on pampering and babying me for the entire nine months. I really wonder sometimes if neither of them have been around a pregnant woman at any point in their lives. 

With all the pushing and prodding they did to get me to work with the kids again, doesnt it figure that they dont seem to want to let me anywhere near them now? Okay, I get it, its not the kids they are worried about, its the horses, but still. 

It wouldnt be so bad if they would let me work around the house and take care of Nan, but they wont let me do much of anything. They treat Nan and me both like invalids and insist on doing, not only everything around the ranch, but nearly everything here at home, too. They are driving us both crazy and wearing themselves ragged. 

I finally put my foot down, with Nans help, of course. She is much better at wrangling those two men than I am, even if I do have them wrapped around my little finger, according to her. They cannot continue to do everything. So they have agreed to hire help, for both the ranch and the house. 

And this, my dear April, is where I hope that you come in. Nan and I have free rein to hire someone to help out around here. Its a boring job, just cleaning and some cooking, but Slade pays very generously and you get to hang out with us all day. 

I know you have a job. I also know you need a change in life, and Nan and I cant stomach the idea of having just any old Sally hanging around all day. You were the first person we both thought of, and we are holding our breath in hopes you will say yes. 

If you have any questions at all or want to talk about salary, benefits, hours, or anything, call Slade. Hes waiting to hear from you. 

Much love, 

Merry 

My hands were shaking as I set the letter back on the desk. I had a job. The pay was decent, with good benefits, and I had been there for years. Under no circumstances, should I consider leaving it for a job cleaning house and cooking for an old woman and a pregnant lady with, not one, but two amazing men willing to wait on them hand and foot. 

Yet, here I was, considering it. Not just considering it—wanting it. My stomach jumped into my throat the minute I opened the envelope, and before Janine interrupted, my hand had been on the phone, ready to dial Slade. 

Speaking of Janine, she was still standing there, watching me with a thoughtful look on her face while I sat quietly, the wheels in my mind turning a million miles a minute. 

Ill think about it, I grumbled, hoping it would get her to leave. 

You do that, honey. She smiled widely and turned on her heel. 

As soon as she was out of earshot, I reached for my cell phone once more, my fingers hovering above the S section of my contact list. Stop, April. I chided myself. This is crazy. 

I picked up my phone and began to dial. Janine was crazy, but her advice was generally sound. And I usually never took it, regretting it later. Maybe it was time to shake things up. Or, at the very least, get a change of scenery. Away from the after work happy hours, and the downtown bar scene. Away from the hot business men and the sexy urban hipsters. 

Away from trouble, broken hearts, and Friday night Ben and Jerrys cry sessions. Hell, maybe I could beef up my savings account. The thought was appealing. But it shouldnt be. 

Staying in the same house with Merry, Slade and Blake every day would only serve as a punch in the gut reminder of what I didnt have. What I would probably never have. 

I set the phone down firmly on the table in front of me. Never mind the fact that I loved Nan and the ranch and had always wished, deep down, that I could have grown up there. That fact just proved what a shitty person I could be, I mean, really, whose innermost wish is to have grown up on a foster ranch, when, instead, they got to grow up in the kind of loving two parent home most of those kids only ever dreamed about? I was a sick individual. 

That was the thought running through my head as I picked up the phone and dialed. 

 

* * * 

 

Mitch 

The phone rang beside me in our small office apartment and I ignored it as I glared at the screen, willing it to change as I entered in the last line of code. Nothing happened. 

Dammit! I yelled, banging my fist on the top of my cheap wooden desk. This coding was airtight. We spent months figuring it out, and we were down to our last day to get the app up and running. Our investors were getting antsy, the lease was up on our apartment at the end of the month, and I was getting down to my last dollar, too, practically. Everything was riding on this, and it was failing. 

The phone rang again, and this time, my partner and roommate flipped it over, raising his eyebrows in amusement when he saw the caller id. 

Man, Slade doesnt give up, does he? he asked with a chuckle, referring to my foster brother. 

None of them do, I muttered, moving to grab the phone from him so I could send the call to voicemail, just like I had been doing all week. 

Brody was too fast. And too tall. Holding the phone way above my head, he put his finger over the green arrow and slid the icon to answer. 

Hello, Mitchs phone, he said with a sly grin at me as Slades voice rang loud and clear through the line. Why, yes, hes right here. Hold tight; Ill get him for you. 

Brody ignored the fact that I was emphatically shaking my head back and forth and that my eyes were still stuck bouncing between my notebook and the computer screen, wondering where we went wrong. When I didnt move to take the phone, he held it up to my ear. He was helpful like that. And by helpful, I mean, domineering and interfering. 

Say hello, Mitch, he instructed, taking for granted that I, like everyone else in his life, would jump to obey him. 

Hello, Mitch, I growled, knowing that Slade was enjoying the exchange. 

Youre a hard guy to get ahold of, you know that? Slade began jovially, not wasting time with small talk or pleasantries. 

Im very busy, I informed him grumpily. If I wasnt, I would have answered one of the first ten times you called. 

What if it had been an emergency? Slade asked, laying on the guilt trip. 

Youd have said so on the voicemail, which I have been checking. 

Slade sighed. Fair enough. Arent you tired of being cooped up staring at a computer screen all day? Dont you think its time to take a trip out to the ranch, see your family, get some fresh air? Maybe some sun on your face, before you turn into an albino? Nan wont be around much longer, you know. 

I was there last month, I deadpanned. It was snowing. And Nan is going to outlive us all. Not to mention the fact that she wouldnt appreciate you using her age against me as some sort of emotional blackmail. 

Slade didnt respond to the accusation, ignoring my protests and railroading past them with his own agenda. 

Come home, Mitch. We could use some help around here, and its time for you to stop playing yuppie computer programmer and give in to your roots. You have a gift, man, and we could use someone like you around here. 

I have a job. Find someone else. Youre in Texas, for Gods sake. Cowboys are a dime a dozen. 

Not giving him a chance for rebuttal, I hung up, slamming the phone down beside my keyboard and rolling my eyes at his persistence when it immediately rang again. 

I side-eyed Brody, daring him to pick it up again. He didnt. He was stubborn but not stupid. Instead, he crossed to stand in front of me, placing his body between me and the computer and resting one large hand on each of my shoulders as he bent down to eye level. 

Mitchell, he began, his voice laced with a warning in a tone I hadnt heard him use since our MIT days. Its time for a break. This he waved his hand at my notebook and vaguely at the computer behind him will all be here when we get back. After lunch. You need some food in your stomach and a change of scenery. 

Annoyed, I pushed him out of the way, reaching for my notebook. The answer was in there. I knew it was. It was probably as simple as some swapped letters or mistyped commands. 

Im not hungry, I growled. 

Before I could stop him, or even see it coming, Brody used his brute strength to haul me out of the chair by one arm. Quicker than shit, he spun me around and landed a hard swat to my rear end, leaving me gaping at him in shock. 

As my mouth opened and closed like a fish, while I searched for the words that escaped me, Brody winked. Been a while, hasnt it? Its still effective, I see. 

A while was an understatement. Years were more accurate. 

Still at a loss, I glowered at him. Not so much, I argued, even as I marveled about how much sting he managed to pack into that one swat. His morning workouts were not for naught. 

Really? Is that so? Should we test that theory? Do you want to find out how I feel about liars? Brody challenged. 

I wasnt sure what exactly had spurred this sudden change in our dynamic, but I wasnt stupid enough to argue with Brody once he had his Dom hat on. Our history together was long enough that I already knew how that would end. Not seeing a choice, I grabbed my jean jacket off the back of my chair and shrugged into it, heading for the door, with Brody at my heels, snickering softly, apparently pleased with himself. 

We were silent as we made our way down the dimly lit hallway, but as soon as the elevator door closed behind us, Brody looked at me, his eyes dark and foreboding, yet twinkling with mischief. 

Good to know Ive still got it. 

 

* * * 

 

Brody 

My palm twitched with the memory of the hard smack I laid down across Mitchells tight derriere. I could still feel the curve of his ass against my open palm. The simple gesture had been automatic, but it awakened a desire that had been squelched for far too long. 

I needed to lay someone across my lap and air my frustrations across their ass as they moaned and writhed against me, my cock growing harder with each delicious wiggle. I wanted to watch milky white skin turn red under my palm, until it was hot to the touch. Lastly, I needed to plunge my cock into a tight hole between two tight and bright ass cheeks and fuck someones brains out until we both came with a fury that left us spent and breathless. 

Man. Woman. It didnt matter. Either would do. If Mitch didnt lighten up and agree to my plan, he was as good as offering himself up as sacrifice to my growing needs, and he knew it, too. If he didnt, he was about to. 

We exited the elevator, and I guided him out of the building with my hand pressed against the small of his back, removing it once we pushed open the main door and walked into civilization, for what I swear must have been the first time all week. I could have kept it there, or even held his hand all the way to the café, I didnt care one bit, and it would keep him from trying to escape. But Mitch wouldnt have liked it. I was the only one on this earth who knew of his tendency to swing both ways. 

I was also the only male he happened to swing with, and it had been that way on and off for the last twenty years. Always friends. Always roommates. Often Dom and sub, when I thought it was needed, and, occasionally, lovers. Very occasionally. Over two decades, I could probably count the number of times we were intimate on one hand. Mitchs choice, not mine. He had never fully come to terms with that side of himself. He had his reasons. I understood them, but I waited for the day when he would accept that side of himself and be fully comfortable in his own skin, outside the comfort of our home. Most days, I seriously doubted that such a day would come. 

The café was small and quiet, although very full with hipsters and students, all lost in books or busy on their electronic devices. In the early days of our start up, we often used this place like a second office, taking advantage of free coffee refills until they kicked us out. 

Veering towards a small table in the back corner, I inhaled deeply, taking in the smell of freshly brewed coffee and homemade bread. When had we gotten out of the habit of working here? It was much preferable to being holed up in our apartment all day every day. 

I sat first and smiled as Mitch sat down carefully. Years had passed since the last time I spanked him, and I put everything I had into that one swat, determined to make it count, in case it was the only one I got. 

We stared at each other in silence, a thousand unspoken memories lingering between us. Finally, he spoke. What the hell, man? 

You needed it, I grunted. And there can easily be more where that came from, if you dont pull your head out of your ass. 

We dont do that anymore. And Ive spent far too long honing my skills as a Dom to give into my submissive side. Its buried so deep, I dont think I could find it again if I tried. 

I bet I could. 

Ha, he cackled, barely cracking a smile, but I saw the longing hidden deep beneath the scowl. I could bring him to his knees in front of me in a second, and he knew it. We both did. We also knew that if we were being honest, it wasnt what either of us wanted. Or, it was, but it wasnt all we wanted. I knew that we would be happiest if we could have each other and a woman, as well, but getting Mitch to be open to such a suggestion was another thing entirely. Threesomes, yes. It was on the list of things we had done. 

Tempting, but, no, he finished, using one of my favorite lines. 

We shall see about that, I countered, using one of his. It was the same old song and dance we had been using since our freshman year at MIT. 

Knowing what was coming, he leveled me with a hard glare. What do you want, Brody? 

My grin spread wide across my face. I liked winning. I liked it a lot. 

I heard what Slade said—that they need help out at the ranch. I want to go. Both of us. 

Mitchs mouth opened in surprise. You want to go to the ranch? Why? Youve never come with me before. 

He never wanted me to before, nor had he invited me, this time, but that was irrelevant in my opinion. I took my opening before he came to his senses and began the out and out refusal that I knew was coming. 

You, Mitchell Waters, are an enigma. You dress like a metrosexual business man, hang with hipsters, and talk like the lone ranger. Even after twenty plus years of friendship, your past is a code I have yet to fully crack, and I see an opportunity has presented itself. More importantly, you need a break. This project has worn you down and turned you into a shell of a man. You barely eat or sleep, and your eyes are permanently red from staring at the screen all day, your stress level is through the roof, and I cant even remember the last time I saw you crack a smile. Im done sitting here watching you work and stress yourself into an early grave, you hear me? Finished. I pulled out my Dom voice and raised my eyebrows so he would know I meant business. 

I watched in satisfaction as his eyes widened and his jaw locked tight before I continued. Mitch, I know you think the world is going to end, if we cant figure out this coding glitch and get the app up and running. I get it, I do. Its hard to see years of blood, sweat, tears and all our savings swirling down the drain, but we are young, and we are MIT graduates, and the world is still our oyster, so to speak. We have options, and a nice working vacation at the ranch while we lick our wounds is currently our best one. 

A soft sigh erupted from his lips, but he said nothing. That was fine, because I had enough to say for the both of us. 

We either go lick our wounds at this ranch you call home, or we stay home in New York and my belt licks your ass. 

Mitch raised his eyebrows at me a second before he exploded into raucous laughter that shook his whole body. 

Whats funny? I questioned. That wasnt a joke, you know. Im dead serious. Im in the mood to Dom someone, and if it has to be you, so be it. I much preferred domming him to domming a stranger, even a female one, but he didnt need to know that. 

Mitch shook his head, holding up a hand in front of him, as if to halt my threats. Im just trying to picture your citified ass mucking out stalls or riding a horse or being of any use whatsoever out there. Have you ever even seen a horse? 

Phshaw. I laughed off his teasing. I told you Im in the mood to Dom; I bet I can tame a horse with a simple cock of my brow. Poor horse wont see it coming. 

Mitch shook his head, his shoulders still vibrating with laughter. Youre good, Brody, but youre not that good. 

I watched as he stroked his chin thoughtfully and knew I had him right where I wanted him. Sometimes, a good threat or two and a single swat could make a world of difference. Still, I knew it would take more than that to get him to see things my way. 

We can work from anywhere, Mitchell. Our lease is up soon, anyway. 

He didnt respond. 

I heard what Slade said. Nan isnt getting any younger. If you dont go, you might regret it. 

Mitch drummed his fingers on the table. I know what youre doing, he accused. 

I grinned. I didnt need to respond. I knew I was winning. 

He sighed. And Im going to let you do it. 

You always do. 

Mitch shook his head, chuckling, and slammed his open palm down on the table between us. All right, city slicker. Buckle up, and get ready to ride. Im going to enjoy making a cowboy out of you. 

 

Goldie Nut on 05/25/2018 04:45pm
April receives a request to come to the Second Hand Ranch and
do cooking and general housework to help take over responsibility
from Nan and Merry. Nan is getting too old to continue on with responsibility
of the day to day things like cooking, cleaning etc. Merry is very pregnant
and her daddies do not want her doing much in her condition.

April never believes she will meet 2 men that she will fall in love
with. Mitch and Brody both love her but this is different from their
norm. You must read this there are many twists and turns that will
keep you on your toes.
Margaret Corcoran on 05/17/2018 02:36pm
This book reads very quickly and feels only about one hundred pages. It's brilliant. Wonderfully written and described. There is amazing interaction between all the characters. I loved Nan! There are plenty of hot spicy sexy scenes. This is a spanking story. It is also a story about family, love and understanding. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book and I highly recommend it. I really enjoyed it.
LuCinda Beebe on 05/15/2018 11:43am
First off this book can definitely be read as a stand alone, I haven't read the first book in this series and I didn't feel lost at all but I will say that I think I willl go back and read book 1 just because it is part of everyone's story. The two Daddies, Mitch and Brody were hot, bi-sexual, and very opinionated Brody more then Mitch. April was sassy, beautiful with her red hair, and it is her first time with 2 guys at the same time. Get ready for a heart-stopping journey as all three find their way to each other.
Joanie M on 05/14/2018 02:50pm
I loved this book as much as I loved the first in the series. The main characters from the first book are part of this story giving it a familiar feel right from the beginning. The new characters are unique and very well developed. I loved the special connection between Brody and Mitch and their unusual history. I also loved how the insecure side of April didn't turn her into a doormat. The conflict within April was very entertaining as she tried to stick to her convictions. This book examined some very serious issues, such as bullying and being true to oneself, yet was also fun to read. It had me laughing out loud one moment and feeling the deep conflict of a character the next. I can't wait for the next book in this wonderful series.
DB on 05/13/2018 07:34pm
Book two is as good as the first! Mitch and Brody have come to work on the ranch. Brody has never been on a ranch much less a horse! April has come to the ranch to cook, clean and look after Merry -who is pregnant- and Nan who is getting older. Mitch, Brody and April start a relationship which none of them are real sure about. Mitch can't come to terms with his love for Brody and April is not sure she will be able to accept them as her daddies. This book kept you turning the pages - I read it in one sitting - to see how everybody was going to deal with all the problems. Nan was in the discussion with each of them to let them know how she felt. Blake, Slade and Merry are in with helping them some and Merry talking to April about her relationship with Blake and Slade. Great book, enjoyed it! It had, great dialogue, many laugh out loud moments, spankings, coming to terms with yourself and a love all three got to rejoice in! 5 Big Cowboy Stars
Lillie322 on 05/13/2018 10:53am
I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book. I really enjoyed this book. So good. Friends, sometimes lovers, sometimes dom and sub, Mitch and Brady have come to help at the ranch. April arrives at the same time and desire flares. The previously undefined relationship between two men opens to include April. Can she find her way to a love that includes 2 daddies? Hand, hairbrush, belt.
DONNA L on 05/13/2018 05:23am
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Rayanna Jamison's second book in this series has risen the bar,its highly entertaining with great
characters and at times a amusing plot.You can read it as a standalone but I recommend reading
book one to familiarize yourself with the characters and the storyline.The story itself is absorbing,
with domestic discipline a part of everyday life.It was refreshing living this journey of submission and
acceptance through the eyes of April and Mitchel as they come to love who they are and want they
need and desire.Second Chance Ranch is a haven for foster children to heal and have a future.They
arrive at the ranch scared but Nan's unconditional love, support has discipline will stay with them all
their lives.At eighty years old she is still a force to be reckoned with.Mitchel was one of Nan's kids
and has lived with Brody for twenty years.Both men are dominant but Brody more so.While Mitch fights
his sexuality Brody embraces it.Mitch is so afraid of his sexuality that it makes him miserable and stressed.At the threat of being on the end of Brody's belt,they return to the ranch.Nan is the only grandmother April has ever known.The plot will see April,Mitch and Brody arrive at the ranch at the same time.Sparks fly between the three of them but April wants to take things slowly and get to know them better.Both men are drawn to April and take control,April has always fantasised about being with two men but would reality be too much for her.She needs a daddy,but she is out of her element.Two daddies are better than one,each can help her with her hidden desires.The problem with two daddies is they both spank hard,but it's double the love.The path is not smooth with many ups and downs while Mitchell comes to terms and accepts his true nature.Second Chance Ranch is the catalyst for the future happiness of April,Mitch and Brody as the three of them becomes family.This book has heart,heat,emotions as the three of them burn up the sheets.A spine tingling,hot book for so many reasons,who would not want two hot dominant men surrounding them with love and discipline.
Ajjmb on 05/11/2018 05:00pm
Spring Fever Daddies is the second book in this series and I was so excited to see and read it. It is just as good as the first book with the same characters and some new ones. This book is about April, Brody, and Mitch. This a threesome type book but there is already an existing relationship of the bisexual nature between Brody and Mitch. They want to add a female to their relationship and that is where April comes in. Mitch really struggles with being bi and April struggles with her sexual desires. Brody knows what he want and goes after it. I loved this book. It has a good bit of conflict that is slowly resolved. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy of this book.
Kitty Ranma on 05/11/2018 12:51pm
Finding daddies
by Kitty Ranma

This is the first book I've read of Rayanna Jamison, it won't be the last. This is the second book in the series, but it didn't feel like I had to read the first book first. It does stand alone. I am however looking forward to reading it soon hopefully. I don't like spoilers so I won't go into details. Reasons I enjoyed this book: Happily Ever After, Romantic, Wonderful characters, Page-turner, Great world building, Unpredictable, Original, Easy-to-read, Entertaining, Action-packed, Steamy.

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Jessica N on 05/10/2018 06:33pm
Spring Fever Daddies is the second book in the Second Chance Ranch Series. April always wished she had grown up on Second Chance Ranch, so when she%u2019s given the opportunity for a job to help out Nan, she jumps on it! When she arrives at the ranch, she realizes she%u2019s not the only new employee. Brody and Mitch also arrive, and everyone can see that there%u2019s more to them than just friendship. While they all feel an attraction to each other, they have to overcome misconceptions, past hurts, and navigate the tricky world of three people in the relationship.

Y%u2019all, this book packs a whole bunch of feels into a few hours of reading. There%u2019s fear and pain, hope and triumph, and most of all, acceptance and love! One of my most favorite aspects about Second Chance Ranch is that no one is expected to be perfect, everyone is accepted, and love and respect is found everywhere! April was so sweet and she just wanted everyone to be happy. I loved her honesty as well as her sass. Mitch had so much to give, but so much past hurt to overcome. And Brody was all Dom, but I loved his more %u201Chuman%u201D aspects of having a major sweet tooth and being afraid of horses. The three of them had fun and some intense intimate times - I could see how having two Daddies could be for the best. I loved seeing Nan again, as well as the characters from the first book. I highly recommend reading this series and absolutely loved reading this book!
Redrabbitt on 05/10/2018 05:06pm
The story has a great cast of characters, plenty of angst, self-doubt, regrets, acceptance, and new beginnings. You can%u2019t help but love the feisty and strong-willed Nan, and her love for her children. It is decided that Nan and Merry need assistance at the ranch, Nan is nearing eighty, and Merry is expecting and her men, Slade and Blake, from Winterland Daddies, are overprotective of these two ladies. They will contact, April Brody, the first granddaughter of Nan, to see if she will come and work with them. The other person contacted to assist is Mitch, who will bring his roommate of twenty years, Brody.

The plot will have April, Mitch, and Brody all arriving at Second Chance Ranch at the same time. From the moment that Mitch and Brody see April, there is an undercurrent of chemistry sizzling between the three of them. But April doesn%u2019t want to mess up as she did back in Chicago, she wants to take things slow, get to know a man before becoming involved. They say the path to hell is paved with good intentions too.

Mitch and Brody have been together as roommates for twenty years, and while separately, they both are Doms, Brody will still hold top dog in the pecking order and Mitch as a switch. They have been together, but only a few times in all the years they have been together. When Mitch stresses, Brody must step in to get the situation under control. That will become the case now that they are at the ranch. Mitch is struggling with her sexuality, he isn%u2019t gay, but is he ready to admit he is bi? What will Nan and the men he calls brothers think about him and Brody?

Mitch and Brody take charge over April right away, and she needs their dominance. Will she be able to submit to both of them and accept their lifestyle? She never really has considered a threesome before, much less the concept of having a Daddy or two. But what they have to offer, feels right.

The story will have the emotional ups and downs that each person, April, Mitch, and Brody will encounter as they try to accept their role in this relationship, and in their own personal lives. Mitch is struggling with his sexuality and the acceptance of who he loves and why. Brody is more comfortable in the relationship, he is the most dominant, but he is out of his element on a ranch. April at times feels like she shouldn%u2019t interfere with what Mitch and Brody already have, but is attracted to both of them. It will be many learning curves for each of them to accept the dynamics of this new relationship, and it is the wise Nan who helps each of them in their journey.

Add Your Review


Your Name:
Email Address:
Review:
Note: HTML is not translated! Your email address will not be shared with anyone.
Your Rating: 5
Your Name:
Your Email:
Friends Name:
Friends Email:
Subject:
Message:
SKU: bbdd1601