Title: Daddy’s Game (Daddy’s Girl #2)
Author: Normandie Alleman
Published Date: May 27th 2014
Genre: Adult Fiction/ Erotica/ Sports Romance
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Sparks fly when up-and-coming artist Carmen Harris meets football star Natron Dakers at her first gallery opening. Carmen soon discovers that Natron is the type of man who sees what he wants and goes after it… and apparently what he wants is her. Almost before she knows it Carmen finds herself taking everything Natron gives her and begging for more, and when he reveals that he wants to be her dominant daddy and her to be his submissive little girl, she doesn’t hesitate to agree.
At the top of his profession, Natron has money, fame, and all the perks that go with them, and now at last in Carmen he has found a woman he wants to share it with. His life feels complete… until in a split second everything comes crashing down when a devastating injury threatens to end his season—and maybe his career. Natron fears he will lose it all, but will he self-destruct or can he dig deep and fight hard for himself, his teammates, and his little girl?
Publisher’s Note: Daddy’s Game is the second book in the Daddy’s Girl series. It incorporates characters from the first book in the series, Daddy Morebucks, but it is a stand-alone novel. The content of Daddy’s Game includes spankings, graphic sexual scenes, elements of age play and BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.
The characters are dull and stereotypical. Really! Shy, artsy Caucasian girl meets African American football star, sparks fly. During the course of the book we meet the supporting characters including an alcoholic Celebutante who convinces Carmen to do “typical White girl” revenge tactics after a scandal involving Natron, a hot tub and a “prostitute”, which in this case it wasn’t what it looked like.
As for the “erotica”, some of the scenes were really hot. Who doesn’t like a little spanking now and then? But there was one scene that I think didn’t really match what the premise of the book and kind of weirded me out.
Overall I wasn’t really impressed with it. I think the book would have been a whole lot better if it focused on the relationship more than the injury/ comeback.
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