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Their Boy

(The Game #2)

4.11  ·  Rating details ·  755 ratings  ·  118 reviews
Left all alone in the world—and in a very big house—after the loss of his parents, Kit Damien has struggled to find his place in society and in the kink community he longs to be a more active part of.

Daddy Doms Colt and Lucas have been a happy, committed couple for eight years. But two Tops need a bottom, and their quest for a Little to make their lives complete has led
ebook, 301 pages
Published September 26th 2019 by self (first published September 25th 2019)
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~✡~Dαni(ela) ♥ ♂♂ love & semi-colons~✡~
Until approximately 80 percent, this was a 5 star book for me. I am not a big fan of Daddy/little kink, but I loved Power Play, Madigan and Abel's story, and enjoyed the first The Game book, which serves as a prequel to Their Boy.

This book is told from Kit's perspective, with Kit being the boy of the title. Having lost both his parents and suffered extensive injuries in a car accident, Kit is restless and insecure. He longs to have a Daddy of his own but doesn't dare dream he can have not one
*J* Too Many Books Too Little Time
2.5 Stars!

So...I think it's safe to say this series isn't for me.

DD/, I can take it or leave it. In this case, I should've left it.

I didn't like Colt. Period.

Lucas...meh, he didn't feel too present in this one. And every time he called one of them dear. CRINGE! One of my absolute least favorite pet names. Ranks right up there with honey. GAG!

I guess I just don't care for the little boy character. I get he's supposed to be a bit of a brat and immature. And he was. But in this case it
Sep 28, 2019 rated it it was ok
I’m really disappointed that I didn’t like this.

This second book is told from the POV of 21 year old Kit, and we of course learned at the end of the previous book that Lucas and Colt were interested in meeting him to see if there was any chemistry.

And when the three meet at one of the kink munchies, Kit is his normal anxious self. He has very low self esteem ever since his parents died and isn’t sure anyone would ever want him. When the two men make it clear they have an interest in him, he
"Scars are like book covers. They hint at a story. We know the story is there, but we are the authors, and we tell it."

To be honest, DD/lb isn't really my kink. That said, Cara Dee knows just how to write it so that I kind of love it, and Their Boy was no exception. Do be sure to read Top Priority, first, however, so you can experience Colt and Lucas establishing their relationship and their need for a little. There's not really kink in book 1, but there definitely is in this book.

Their Boy
Sep 29, 2019 added it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ku, lgbtq
DNF'ing at 56%. Sadistic DD's are definitely not my thing.
Sep 20, 2019 rated it really liked it
After loving book 1 in this series, I couldn't wait to see how Colt and Lucas finally came into their kink of being Daddies. When the love of your life if another Daddy Dom like yourself, that could cause some problems in a relationship.

These two are still madly in love after eight years together, and their sex life is satisfying. But they know they both missing being Daddies to a little.

After meeting Kit in their local "community", they know pretty soon that he could be just what they've been
Oct 04, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: erotica, lgbtq
I enjoyed this read and loved Colt & Lucas in book 1. Finding Kit was a joy for them both and together they helped Kit move from being a bystander in life to an actual participant. The Daddy Doms were clever in how they helped Kit find his confidence and courage but I wasn’t sure about the “psuedo rape scene” in the game which put me off a bit ? This dynamic shift didn’t fit with the rest of the book ... anyway really enjoyed it all the same ...more
Oct 07, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: menage, lgbtq
*3.5 stars*

I'm very surprised I didn't like this more. DD/lb is definitely NOT my kink but Cara Dee is a favorite author who makes everything work somehow. I mean, I really liked Power Play. But here, the ick factor never went away for me. Every time Kit would suck on his finger and asked for his teddy bear after sex I died a little on the inside *whimper*. This is all on me, though, because for someone who's into this particular kink, this book is haven.

What made this a miss was that there
3.5 stars
Theres little to no angst in this, which I liked considering what Kit has gone through. Just two Daddy’s trying to get Kit to stand on his own two feet before he gives control over to them. I did like this. Maybe not as much as this authors other stuff but enough.

I was intrigued by a few characters in this so I really hope it continues. Brothers, River and Reese, especially. I really hope something is going on there. *kinky dirty sigh*
Valerie ❈M/M Romance Junkie❈
I have to admit that I’m disappointed. Maybe my expectations were too high? All I can say is this didn’t live up to book one. I loved book one and looked forward to seeing Colt and Lucas get their boy. I loved the beginning, but it started going downhill fast. And that bullshit game? Fuck that with a hot poker. ...more
Oct 09, 2019 rated it it was amazing

4,5 stars.
Robert Winter
Nov 09, 2019 rated it it was ok
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Sep 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing

THEIR BOY by Cara Dee

“Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to The Games”
This is the first book of “The Games” series- where numerous kinks are going to be explore, and kinksters will find their one true love(s) along the way <3

The first book tell us the story of two Daddy Doms ( Colt and Lucas) that are looking for a someone to be their boy and when they’ve lost faith to find “the one ”, Kit- with his shy smile, sad eyes and body full of scars- comes barging into their lives
Sep 27, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
...I love Cara Dee’s book and gave Book One of the series 5 is a classic “it’s not you, it’s me” situation - Daddy/Little relationships are a tough one for me to get my head around. But well written as usual

Nanna Sander
Strong start where I really felt bad for Kit being so lonely. I liked the middle and end less because I like my daddies softer and cuddlier than the sadistic two in this book.
Oct 20, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
4.25 stars

I enjoyed where the author is taken us with this series. Looking forward to the next book. The Sadistic Twins, can not wait!
JustJen "Miss Conduct"
Oct 15, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: bdsm-d-s, mm, ebook, lbr

3.5 stars -
This is the continuation of the previous book, Top Priority, where we met the two tops, Colt and Lucas. You'll really want to start with their story, as they are the foundation of what grows in this installment. Here, they find the one they've been looking for to complete them, the "Little" for them to each care for and whom can be for each other what they can't be themselves with them sharing the same Daddy Dom/Top preferences.

Kit is a bit of a wounded soul. He lost his parents and
More, please!

There’s a level of excitement I get when a new Cara Dee book comes out, and there’s a reason for that. I can always expect a certain level of character development that happens slowly in stages, even if it feels like an emotional one-two punch after each line and scene. The intimacy builds quickly but softly, and it’s always just there…right at your fingertips. I adored Their Boy, and it’s another Cara Dee title going on my favorite/keeper shelf.

I won’t say what Kit is going
Sep 27, 2019 rated it liked it
I enjoyed this despite not being the biggest fan of Little/Daddy kink. I enjoy the power dynamics, but the “regression” into childlike behavior definitely isn’t my cup of tea. Cara weaves an interesting tale though and there was plenty of love and steam to go around so I’m not disappointed I read it. Fans of this kink will probably adore this one.
Unpopular opinion: I am not enjoying this series.

Who are these characters? Colt is a d-bag, tho less so than in the first book. Lucas is a pod person with the personality of a cardboard box. And Kit is all formality and stiffness. While the Colt/Kit dynamic did work for me for the most part, I found the Lucas/Kit interactions awkward. I cringed every time Lucas called someone "dear". DD/lb is my jam, and some of what I love about it is here, but it was super hard for me to get past Lucas'
Sep 24, 2019 rated it really liked it
I had been anxiously awaiting this book. The prequel-Top Priority-was awesome, and I could really feel the connection between the two MCs. I really recommend reading it before starting this book. It was sweet and sexy, and Cara really delivered a lot of feels for such a short story.

At the start of this book, Lucas and Colt have been together happily for 8 years without a boy to satisfy their needs of being a Daddy. They've put those needs on the back burner, and though the two are solid, Lucas
Well-written as per usual from Cara Dee. I honestly can't say that I understand this particular kink...for me, growing up is difficult enough when you're a teenager without wanting to go through it all again when you're in your early 20's...however, each to his own .

It has to be said that Kit hadn't had much of a life even before his parents were killed in the accident which left him covered in scars, mainly due to his mum being paranoid about every little thing and refusing to let him do
Nov 13, 2019 rated it liked it
I loved the first book in this series but I just couldn't get into this one. Part of the reason is that this book didn't feel sexy or emotional to me. The sex scenes weren't as graphic or as heated as I expected from this author (their first sexual encounter, oddly, is only referenced) and I found it off-putting to have Kit *always* act like a child rather than the young adult he was. The story very much read like two adults caring for a bratty child. This, in turn, made the two Daddy's come ...more
Jo * Smut-Dickted *
DNF. I'm not feeling it and I don't like the characters much. I enjoyed them in the last one but this one is just not working.
Vfields Don't touch my happy!
Good conclusion. I felt some parts were overly long.
Oct 01, 2019 rated it really liked it
Shelves: emotional, steamy, kinky
I liked it less than the first one but that's mostly because I'm not really into the Daddy/Little thing.
It was sweet though. Angst free and all 3 MCs were really lovable.

I'm kind of excited about the twins book now. These 2 seem wicked & dangerous and I want to see that!!!

Well I finished it but this is definitely not my kink.
I can’t imagine how this works so I don’t know if the daddy/little one relationship is written well. Give me the dark Cara Dee books and I’m completely happy.
Sep 30, 2019 rated it liked it
Okay, I loved Top Priority and couldn't wait for their story to continue as they found their third.

I got further and further into it and I was like, "This is going to be a 5 for me. Not surprising given that it's Cara Dee."

Then . . . I got to the Games scene and my stomach curdled. I want to make it clear that I am not a kink shamer, I am not unfamiliar with the many many kinks out there, I have read this genre for a long time, and I am aware that Kit did not safe word. But never have I read
Sep 19, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Cara Dee hit me with all the feels in this book. The strength of the emotions she elicited is nothing short of astounding. I read this in one sitting because I couldn’t walk away. I had to know what would happen.

The character development in this book is flawless. I was completely invested in each character. I had already loved Colt and Lucas from their original story but Kit took it to a whole other level. It was impossible not to feel for Kit and to watch the journey between these three tore at
Nov 18, 2019 rated it liked it
I wanted more of Lucas and Colt here. I wanted to here more of what they were thinking and feeling but this book was all about Kit and how he fits into their life. I was spoiled in the first book in this series were we got a lot of how they feel about each other and we did not get that here and it kind of turned me off a little bit. I like Kit and how he fits into their life but I wanted a little more of them. Overall it was kinky and Kit is a great addition to their dynamic but things took a Oh ...more
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