Bad, Dad, and Dangerous

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Dreamspinner Press, Oct 6, 2020 - Fiction - 424 pages

When the kids are away, the monsters will play.

School's out for summer, and these dads are ready to ship their kids off to camp. Not just because their kids are monsters--whose aren't?--but because they're ready for some alone time to let their hair down and their fangs out. You see, not only are the kids monsters--their dads are too.

Even the most dangerous of creatures has a soft spot. These bad, dangerous dads love their kids to death, but they need romance.

Every year, for a few short weeks, these hot men with a little extra in their blood get to be who they truly are. And this year, life has a surprise for them. Whether they be mage, shifter, vampire, or changeling, these heartbreakingly handsome dads might be looking to tear up the town... but they'll end up falling in love. All it takes is the right man to bring them to their knees.

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About the author (2020)

Rhys Ford is an award-winning author with several long-running LGBT+ mystery, thriller, paranormal, and urban fantasy series and is a two-time LAMBDA finalist with her Murder and Mayhem novels and a 2017 Gold and Silver Medal winner in the Florida Authors and Publishers President's Book Awards. She is published by Dreamspinner Press and DSP Publications.

Bru Baker has been writing for Dreamspinner Press since 2012. She believes in Happily Ever Afters, but she almost always makes her characters work to get there. Bru and her husband live in the Midwest with their two children, whose antics make finding time to write difficult but never let life get boring.

TA Moore is a Northern Irish writer of romantic suspense, urban fantasy, and contemporary romance novels. A childhood in a rural, seaside town fostered in her a suspicious nature, a love of mystery, and a streak of black humour a mile wide. As her grandmother always said, 'she'd laugh at a bad thing that one', mind you, that was the pot calling the kettle black. TA Moore studied History, Irish mythology, English at University, mostly because she has always loved a good story. She has worked as a journalist, a finance manager, and in the arts sectors before she finally gave in to a lifelong desire to write.

Coffee, Doc Marten boots, and good friends are the essential things in life. Spiders, mayo, and heels are to be avoided.

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