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The Family Pet

Saint Godfrey’s world is turned upside down when he learns his parents stole money and left him behind to flee the city. The luxurious and easy life he is accustomed to disappears, leaving him to work a menial job while hiding his name in shame.

Ridge Godfrey has issues. His mother doesn’t want him around, and his father does nothing but clean up his messes. When he accidently comes across his cousin working as a waiter, his luck changes. Now Ridge can give Saint to his father on a silver platter and prove Ridge isn’t useless.

Bowie Godfrey isn’t angry at Saint, but he does want what he is owed. He gives his nephew a choice: become his pet and Bowie will pay off the people who want to kill Saint over stolen money, or Saint can deal with the consequences of his father’s actions alone. Bowie has no plans to feel anything for Saint, but as he spends more time with his nephew and son, he begins to realize a missing piece of his life might’ve been right in front of him all this time.

The Family Pet is a full-length taboo novel with Daddy/boy and Pet Play elements between Father/Son, Cousin/Cousin, and Uncle/Nephew. This story begins with dark situations that involve blackmail, but as Bowie, Ridge, and Saint start to weave their relationships, they make their way toward a happily ever after.

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