Second Father, Kingston {Erotic Romance}

Title: Kingston (Four Fathers #2)

Author: Dani René

Publisher: Dani René

Released Date: April 9, 2018

Synopsis on Goodreads:

I am arrogant. Insatiable. A single father.
I desire things that would make most people blush.
Normally, I find outlets that allow me to free the sexual beast living within and play to my heart’s content.
And when my voluptuous, innocent assistant starts starving me after a little taste, I decide I’ll let my inner animal feed—on her.
Trouble is, once I have her, I can’t let her go, and that makes things complicated.
My name is Levi Kingston.
I am a dirty, ravenous, greedy man.
People may detest my kinks, but it doesn’t stop them from wanting me.


Four Fathers Series by bestselling authors
J.D. Hollyfield, Dani René, K Webster, and Ker Dukey

Four genres.
Four bestselling authors.
Four different stories.
Four weeks in April.
One intense, sexy, thrilling ride from beginning to end!

1 – Blackstone by J.D. Hollyfield – – 2/04
2 – Kingston by Dani René – – 9/04
3 – Pearson by K Webster – – 16/04
4 – Wheeler by Ker Dukey – – 23/04

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*ARC generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.*

4 stars


No one does sleeping sleeping with the boss better than The Four Fathers Series.

Levi and Kristyn are a match made in the workplace. What happens when you’re super attracted to you boss? What happens when you’re super attracted to your assistant? This book is darker than Blackstone but just as good. The best possible story that would result from stolen glances between you and your boss.

An easy read, there was a threesome for a moment which was kind of weird. These fathers play weird games and stake their claims in uncommon ways sometimes but that’s what makes them so attractive.

“When you love someone, there’s always a fear that they’ll leave. Just walk out and never come back. But when that person is still around and they don’t reciprocate the love, that’s what hurts even more.”

“When you love someone, there is no right time or wrong time to do something. But when it’s right, you feel it. Not in your mind, but deep down in your heart and soul.”

My ARC Review on Pearson will be coming up next week, be sure to look out for that. I’ve been hating Eric for two books now, here’s to hoping I’ll see the light in his book.