Guest Review: Sugar Fighter (Sugar Daddies #1) by Charity Parkerson

Zeke is the older man. The richer man. The man who plans to give Korey the world.

As MMA’s Light Heavyweight champion, Zeke’s million-dollar matches and multi-million-dollar sponsorships have given him the freedom to do whatever he likes. It pleases him to spoil Korey. Before Zeke’s best friend Charlie was deployed two years ago, he made Zeke swear he’d care for his brother Korey if anything happened to him. When Charlie is killed by a roadside bomb, Zeke takes the young college student in, determined to give him everything he requires to succeed. He never expects to end up hoping he can keep Korey under more than his roof. He needs Korey beneath him.

If Korey had been in his right mind after Charlie’s death, he would’ve turned down Zeke’s offer. By the time he realizes his mistake, he’s already addicted to Zeke’s powerful presence. He never meant to end up dependent on the man’s smiles and hot glances. The money, Korey could live without. The man has him hooked. There’s only one problem—neither man wants to cross the line from friends to lovers, ruining what they have.

Sugar Fighter is a short introduction to a new series by Charity Parkerson, Sugar Daddies. This series will feature male/male May/December romances where the men are hot, rich, naughty, and don’t like to be told no.

Reviewer: Shee Reader

If you like a good ‘forced proximity’ and ‘secret unrequited love’ trope, then this book should scratch that itch!

The story is a very quick read, and leads nicely into other characters that I’m sure will appear in the series. The writing is a little clunky at times with some overused expressions that grated a little, and there could be a good deal more emotion in certain places, but the main characters are endearing and I did want for them to be together and happy.

It’s cute even though it is about MMA cage fighters (cough) and is very sweet. My favourite moment was the love reveal *swoon*.

I was given a free copy of the book in exchange for an honest review

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