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Publisher's Summary

Can one vulnerable heart heal another?

Eric

Cresting the hill of middle age, I find myself single. Again. 

I think it’s time I give up being little and the hope of finding my one true Daddy. 

A final hurrah at the local club, fulfilling a promise to my friend, and then I’ll move on with my life. 

Locking eyes with the handsome man across the room sends my head spinning. 

Is it possible my dream Daddy is real after all?

Sawyer

A life-changing injury marks the end of my military career. 

I never expected it would also send littles running scared. 

Looks like my time as a Daddy might be over. 

Being dragged to the local club only reminds me of the past and a future I may never have. 

Until I see a little who challenges everything I know. 

He’s adorable, but can he accept me as I am and look past what’s missing?

More Than Enough is an MM ageplay romance featuring an older little and a younger Daddy. Together, they navigate the pain of inadequacy and discover the strength of love. 

©2021 B. Harmony (P)2021 B. Harmony

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Great Start to a new Series

This story finds Eric and Sawyer who have had to deal with bad things in their lives. Eric is an older little that hasn’t found the 1 daddy that makes him feel good. Sawyer was in the military and was in an accident where he lost part of his leg and the littles ran when they found out. On a chance meeting at The Garden they both find what they have been searching for. I loved this story and can’t wait to get the next one.

Dan Levy does a great job narrating, his voice is so easy to listen to.

I received an ARC of this audio for my honest review.

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Fantastic

This story is wonderful and so sweet. The characters are tangible and vivid. Dan’s narration gives these characters life and just breathes the magic into them. I loved this story so much.

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a sweet daddy/little age play story

More Than Enough is a beautifully written sweet age play story with all the feels about Eric and Sawyer, two souls who were about to give up on finding the right person for them when both of their best friends decide to take them to the same club. They both agree, under protest, but when Sawyer sees Eric in the littles area of the club for the first time he knows he needs to get to know him. Eric has the same reaction to Sawyer and is willing to spend time with him in the littles area. I love that Eric is an older little. I wish there were more stories like this. Just because we get older don't mean our need to be little changes. Daddy Sawyer is a retired Marine. He lost part of his leg in combat and is reluctant to get close to anyone because of past experience. Can Eric be the little he's been needing? And can Sawyer be the Daddy that Eric still needs? I love Eric and Sawyer together. I love their trust and acceptance of each other. I also love how their best friends, Aaron and Cody, are so protective of them. If you enjoy Daddy/boy stories or sweet age play you don't want to miss this book. Definitely recommend.
Narrator Dan Levy does a wonderful job once he got into the story and found a good rhythm.

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A Sweet Daddy/boy Romance for Sawyer and Eric

A delightful gem of a Daddy kink romance, written by new-to-me author B Harmony, ‘More Than Enough’ describes how Daddy Sawyer and little Eric find their perfect match, despite each believing it would never happen.

What I liKe about this book:
–younger Daddy/older boy
–Eric and Sawyer act as equal partners when needed
–steamy scenes are well-incorporated into the overall story
–low-angst
–sweetness overload
–realistic and well-written

Dan Levy delivers a very good performance as narrator. The character voices are distinct and match the tone Harmony has set for them with their writing. There are a couple of minor production issues: an intermittent background hum and outside ambient noise (airplane, siren, music, talking).

I requested an ARC of this book and now give my voluntary opinion.

Recommended.

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Good daddy/boy story

More than enough is a good example of mm age-play and a very good daddy/boy story. The book is well written and the narration is good and fit with the overall story.

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Great age play romance... 4.5 stars!

B. Harmony is one of those authors whose writing I can easily connect with. Experience has shown that Harmony's stories and characters combine both entertainment and endearment, the latter making it easier to become emotionally invested. With More Than Enough, the first in the author's Enough series, I get to listen to my very first audiobook from Harmony and am introduced to the vocal stylings of Dan Levy, a new-to-me narrator. After nearly seven and a half hours, suffice it to say that I fell in love with the story all over again, having read it when it was released a couple of months ago, and have found a great narrator I certainly wouldn't mind listening to several times over.

More Than Enough is an M/M age play romance featuring Eric Hutton, forty-three and an administrative support specialist, and Sawyer Price, twenty-eight and a former Marine who was medically discharged. After his last failed relationship, Eric contemplates giving up the little lifestyle. With some encouragement from his best friend, he goes to an exclusive club thinking that this may be a fitting end to his quest to find his Daddy. But then he meets Sawyer, and there's an instant connection that fills Eric with hope. Will their age difference, Eric's insecurities, and Sawyer's injury and PTSD prove to be insurmountable hurdles or will they be more than enough for each other?

I've read and listened to quite a few age play romances, mostly M/M, and flipping the proverbial script, i.e. having the Daddy younger than the little, was more in the minority than the usual older Daddy and younger little, which is why I look forward to stories like Sawyer and Eric's. I'm curious to see how everything will go between them, and how their relationship will handle the expected and unexpected obstacles. Aside from the main characters, Sawyer's and Eric's best friends, Aaron and Cody, respectively, were standout peripheral characters, and I can't wait for these tow and their own journey to their happily-ever-after. 4.5 stars for the story and ditto for the narration of More Than Enough. ♥

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Such a sweet story

There are a lot of age play books out there right now, some better than others. This one is very sweet and 9ne of the better ones. These characters are so believable and real. The struggles they are overcoming together make this such a good story. And the narrator really brought Sawyer and Eric to life.

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MM Daddy/Little Romance

This was a great read. My only slight niggle would be that it was hard to connect with Eric. I loved Sawyer's character, but Eric's was harder for me. While I did like him and I enjoyed his regressions, other than that I did not get much from his character. Sawyer's depth just seemed so vast in comparison. I also loved both Aaron and Cody more than Eric. Alas, it was still very enjoyable, and a Daddy/Little book I would wholeheartedly recommend to anyone looking for this read. Dan Levy did the narration and did a fantastic job. I thought the characters were portrayed fully. I cannot wait to read/listen to the next.

Audio ARC provided and this is my honest review.

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Finally finding their match

Having been looking for a Daddy for a long time, Eric has just about given up his search.
One night at a new club is all it takes to change his mind.

Sawyer is a veteran who knows his limitations and thus is hesitant to find himself a boy. With some convincing from his friend, a night at a club is all it takes for him to open himself up to new possibilities.

Eric and Sawyer are two special men who needed each other in the most special of ways. When they connect its amazing and as they navigate their unique relationship, they learn lean on each other as well as love each other.

The narration was done well at times there were pauses in the narration that took away from the story rhythm but overall this was an engaging listen. Each character was easily discernible and well vocalized.

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  • 12-24-21

Just what I needed

I have been looking for more good age play audios and this one did not disappoint. It did however hit me differently than most. Normally when I listen to a book with age play my focus goes to the little. The daddy is usually just kind or firm, but not as fleshed out as the little usually is. B. Harmony caught my attention with Daddy Sawyer. I was very invested in how he was navigating the lifestyle and his emotions while trying to adjust his worldview. I loved feeling for him and listening to how his mind works.
I can’t wait for more from this series!

Audio: I really enjoyed the characters and could tell all of them apart nicely. I did feel like I had to adjust the speed to 1.1 to make Eric’s pace work more for me, but that’s just a preference and I could keep it there and didn’t have to keep switching it or anything.

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  • 01-08-22

Fantastic story and


I absolutely loved this story. The 2 characters both had insecurities and were perfect for each other. I loved the mutual hurt/comfort. This was a very sweet, heartwarming story that I couldn't not stop listening to.

The narrator did a fantastic job. He had a very pleasant reading voice, he kept a good pace (though I keep mine at x1.60), he was age appropriate for the characters, he expressed all the emotions wonderfully and brought the story to life. He didn't really do different voices for the different characters so it could have been a little better but he did use a slightly higher tone for the boy so I could easily tell the difference and found the story easy to follow.

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  • Susie Umphers
  • 01-07-22

Wonderful characters

I loved Eric and Sawyer and the relationship they develop. I particularly enjoyed the reversal of and older little and younger Daddy. Both of these men are mature, if not in age in life experience, so we have a chance to see them negotiate a lasting relationship while helping each other overcome certain feelings of inadequacy and uncertainty like adults. Dan Levy gave a superb audio performance. He captured the age difference subtly with his voice and caught all the emotional nuances.

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  • sarah mitcham
  • 01-07-22

Just As They Are About To Give Up.

MM, Age - play, Contemporary Romance. A great story with an older little and a younger Daddy both are going through feelings of inadequacy and fear that they will no longer be able to be a little or a Daddy anymore...then they meet! a great story with fantastic characters and at times the story is quite emotional. A sweet and steamy romance brilliantly narrated by Dan Levy.

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  • L.D.
  • 01-07-22

Sweet and Cute

More Than Enough is the first book in a new contemporary, kinky romance series called Enough. This was a fun book to read with a nicely balanced mixture of fluff and angst, and of course, some great kinky moments. I really liked how sweet the main characters, Sawyer and Eric, were with each other. Both men had their own baggage they needed to unpack and deal with, and as painful as that baggage may be, they both have the courage to face those issues together. Filled with cuteness, fluff, and a tad bit of drama, More Than Enough was an enjoyable story.

Dan Levy, a new-to-me voice actor, narrated the audiobook. Dan has a very lovely voice and I really liked listening to it. The narration style was smooth and easy, however, the audiobook production wasn’t as polished as I would have liked. This did not detract from the overall enjoyment of the audiobook though, and I still enjoyed listening to the book and immersing myself into the story.

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  • Kirsty Mc
  • 01-03-22

Daddy and little with a little twist

Most often books with Daddies and boys can fit a bit of a mould - older Daddy, younger little with Daddy being the always strong one. More than enough definitely turns this on its head. Eric is an older little - ready to give up because he doesn’t think Daddies want an older little. Sawyer is ex-military and definitely has some physical and mental things that he sees as obstacles to being the strong one, the Daddy. He’s adjusting to the loss of his leg and also those barriers that’s in his mind.

I loved the story - Eric showing that although he’s the submissive and little that he’s strong enough to support his Daddy, and Sawyer learning that he doesn’t always have to be strong even though he’s the Daddy.

The narration was really enjoyable and brought the story to life really well.

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  • Meph666
  • 12-31-21

A great story with wonderful narration

I found this to be a wonderfully emotive story with two men who have been beaten down by others and events finding their dream and happiness in each other. Some of my favourite tropes are included here with an older boy/younger daddy, ex military needing support.
Bless Eric, he thinks of himself as too old to be a Little after several failed relationships and attempts with Daddies who find him either not enough or too much but when Daddy Sawyer comes into The Garden playroom, the care he's shown in that one night shows him the possible future that he's been wishing for. Sawyer had decided enough was enough after the last boy he was with literally ran away after seeing his injury but his best friend, Aaron, holds an intervention, dragging him for a night out at The Garden and it's the best thing he'd ever agreed to when he sees his boy.
The two men quickly make a connection that, as with most BDSM relationships, develops into strong feelings. Sawyer struggles with feeling enough for Eric as he cannot be at 100% physically and mentally for his boy but it's a lesson to be learned that they are also in a partnership where Eric can stand strong, also caring and loving his partner, despite his Little side being the predominant side when they are together. My heart went out to both for what they go through mentally and Sawyer for how his injury has affected his daily life but what they bring to each other's lives outshines everything else by miles, the joy, love and happiness easy to read in their thoughts, actions and change in demeanour.
A highly recommended read for those who enjoy a daddy/boy romance with a bit of emotional angst and two best friends who know what's best. Really hoping to hear more from Cody and Aaron in the future.
Dan Levy's narration is really enjoyable. I quickly fell into the story and felt the emotions that Eric and Sawyer experience throughout. I am definitely looking forward to the next in the series from both the author and narrator.

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  • Vania
  • 12-30-21

Sweet and emotional!

A very sweet reverse Daddy story, with an older Little and a younger Daddy, that has so many emotions packed into it!
Eric is in his forties, he’s on the chubbier sides and is convinced no Daddy will ever want a little like him. Sawyer is in his late twenties, an amputee ex-Marine, with PTSD and depressive episodes, and he’s afraid he does not longer have what it takes to be a Daddy Dom.
When both their friends drag them to a new club and they first meet, the connection is immediate, and they soon become enamoured with each other, as these kinds of relationships tend to develop so quickly.
They both still have insecurities and reservations, and there are ups and downs, but they are resolved in the end, in the sweetest way possible.
Loved Dan Levy's narration!

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  • PL
  • 12-28-21

A Daddy/Little story that outshines the rest

A fantastic Daddy/Little book that outshines all the other books I’ve read - and trust me, I’ve read my fair share.

Eric’s little side was sweet and adorable. I loved it when he whispered his reservations about the club to ‘codfish’ lol - he was so freaking sweet.

Sawyer was an amazing daddy but his own insecurities weighed heavily on him. He had a few tough lessons to learn and with some intervention, he got there in the end.

Narrator’s performance was great.

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  • A.K.
  • 12-27-21

Loved it!

Eric and Sawyer! My throat tightened up reading this one, which is nearly impossible to do! I adored the age dynamics here with an older, chunky little and a young dom. Both were flawed and scared, but fit together perfectly.

The interaction between the two were sweet and hot and I couldn’t help but fall in love!

This was my first book narrated by Dan Levy and it was very well done. I never had issues with which character was speaking, or anything else that detracted from the story.

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  • song121
  • 12-25-21

So very Sweet!

Excellent characters, chemistry, struggle, swoon & humor. Loved the way the story came together & yes, I wanted to throttle Sawyer once or twice. The supporting characters are wonderful - I so love Codfish! - and I can see them all getting into some interesting shenanigans...
This is my first listen from Dan Levy,, & aside from strictly techy editing things, the storytelling, emotion, humor, timing & affectations were well done & I look forward to hearing more! Great job