I was also asked about this topic too: i.e. is it appropriate to expect romance from an SD and whether romance had anything to do with my interactions with my SBs.
To generalize: no, the SB should not expect romance from an SD, that’s not what they are there for. They are generally there for fun and games. Maybe they are divorced or single looking for some action, or unhappy in their marriage and looking for something to spice up their life. And the premises of the interaction between SDs and SBs is not a romantic one. It is friendship based, and it s of course possible to end up having a romantic relationship, but overall, romance is not what the SBs and SDs are looking for. That being said there was one case where it started as sugar but then she and I decided we wanted to have a real relationship. Like I say ‘I am not paying for an emotional relationship’.
In another case she started falling for it and could I feel it, and I think I could start feeling it too. I did not mind. In the end though, she was uncomfortable with the whole thing as it was turning into something she was not anticipating and she moved on, fair and square. Details are in my book ‘Sugar daddy Diary’
So if you are starting to have feelings for your sugar daddy or if he tells you he has feelings for you, its decision time. Do you keep it as a pure friendship of convenience, or do you take the next step and have a relationship with an older (most times) man? Here is the test: if it wasn’t for the allowance or the gifts, would you still see him? If the answer is yes, then there is indeed something more there than just ‘sugar’