Don’t Date a DILF by DJ Jamison
Series: Rules We Break, Book 1
Publisher: Must Love Books LLC
Cover Artist: Morningstar Ashley
Release Date: May 25, 2023
Genre: Contemporary M/M Romance
Tropes: Single dad, teacher/parent, fake dating, small town
Themes: Small town life, family, starting over, bi/pan awakening
Heat Rating: 5 flames
Length: Novel / 95,000 words / 355 pages
This is Book 1 in a new series. It does not end on a cliffhanger.
I have one rule to live by: Don’t Date a DILF.
I’ve seen the consequences of blurring the boundaries between teaching and dating, and I am not about to take that kind of risk.
But I didn’t count on Hunter Rhodes walking into my school. Never expected that the broad-shouldered, stubble-jawed, absolute glory of a man would be such a sweet and caring father. Or that as a seemingly straight man, he might decide he wants me.
If my Nana has her way…I’ll be in love with someone by the end of the school year, but there’s only one man who tempts me.
With her matchmaking becoming overwhelming and half the single women in Granville setting their sights on Hunter, we’re both feeling the pressure. Faking a relationship could get everyone off our backs.
It seems like fun and games for Hunter, but separating pretend feelings from real won’t be so simple for me. And then there’s that rule…
Can I date a DILF without disaster—or will all my fears come true?
Don’t Date a DILF is Book 1 of Rules We Break, a spin-off series from Games We Play, set in the small, quirky town of Granville, where nosy residents meddle in one another’s lives, great friendships are made, and silly innuendos are a way of life.
About the Author
DJ Jamison writes romances about everyday life and extraordinary love featuring a variety of queer characters, from gay to bisexual to asexual. DJ grew up in the Midwest in a working-class family, and those influences can be found in her writing through characters coping with real-life problems: money troubles, workplace drama, family conflicts and, of course, falling in love. DJ spent more than a decade in the newspaper industry before chasing her first dream to write fiction. She spent a lifetime reading before that and continues to avidly devour her fellow authors’ books each night. She lives in Kansas with her husband, two sons, one snake, and a sadistic cat named Birdie.