I think this author is getting targeted because she failing to provide warnings.
This book would fall under the categories: Sexual assault ( Not by hero.) Daddy play (That snuck up on me ). Lastly, Age Gap.
I’m an open reader, I don’t judge anyone for their taste in books, or the author’s imagination.
I love dark reads, trust and believe my therapist had a field day with that. Guess what? I’m perfectly healthy. I say healthy loosely here. I mean I do have to see a therapist.
At the end of the day, we all have things that get us going, and some are a bit…. out there. Like a coffee and donut sex scene….
Yeah… that’s a thing. Which is cool. Do you!
First and foremost, this is Smut. Plain and simple.If you’ve read anything by Alexa Riley you’ve read smut because she is the Queen.
When reading smut, the ratings tend to be a bit different. At least for me, it is. So 4 stars doesn’t mean the book changed my life, it just means I had to change my underwear.
The hero is 40, the heroine is 17. The hero is a physical therapist. The heroine is in need of therapy. The sexual kind….
I joke I joke
She really is hurt, I wouldn’t say she’s “crippled”. I would say she is in a lot of pain, and the people around her don’t know how much.
I rated this 3 stars because of the daddy thing, It crept up on me, and I didn’t like it.
If you’re looking for depth and butterflies this isn’t for you. Hell if you’re looking for mature characters this isn’t for you. If you’re looking for a taboo read right before bed then hop in.