Little Dove by Layla Frost
Published by Self-published on August 25th 2020
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotica
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Where do I begin?
Once upon a time.
Isn’t that how all good fairy tales start?
And Maximo and I, we were definitely a fairy tale.
Not the cleaned-up, sanitized ones where life’s problems were solved with a smile and a song. We were the old-school kind. The twisted tales packed with murder, violence, and tragic beginnings.
Okay, so maybe we weren’t a traditional fairy tale. After all, Maximo was more villain than prince. He was scarily sexy. Devilishly charming. Controlling, possessive, and dangerous.
Especially when it came to me.
His little dove.
And heaven help anyone who tried to free me from my gilded cage.
Warning: Recommended for readers 18+. This book features graphic language, sex, violence, and a Daddy obsessed with his little dove. If this doesn't sound like your kind of fairy tale, this may not be the book for you.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
WARNING: This is a work of fiction. It’s not real life. Were this for real, I’d be the first in line with a pitchfork to stab this guy in the junk. BUT IT’S FANTASY!
So, if you’re naughty and you know it, raise your hand! I’ll high-five you and totally recommend you take Little Dove for a ride.
Now, there are some things you need to take into consideration before jumping right in: there’s a considerable age gap and Juliet is very young View Spoiler »as in barely legal « Hide Spoiler, there’s DD/lg kink and lots of scorching hot sexy times (although nothing too out there that would make us naughty people uncomfortable).
Maximo is the epitome of an anti-hero. If I had to describe him I’d venture to say if demonic Knox Thorne from Suzanne Wright’s Dark in You series was human… he’d be Maximo. He takes obsessive possessiveness to a whole new level and I totally loved him and his psychotic ruthlessness.
Juliette was the innocent, sweet girl who had a very shitty life and gets… let’s go with rescued by Maximo. That she managed to become a functioning human being is a testament to her grit and force of will. She had some issues to work through but it was more than warranted.
There’s some action and suspense but the main dish here is Maximo and Juliet’s relationship, as well as the loads of kinky, dominating, rough sex they have… everywhere.
I don’t really mind the Daddy thing, but even if I did, I believe I would have still loved Little Dove. Ms. Frost’s writing is beyond engaging, and she has grown into such a great storyteller that I was completely hooked from the very first page. I can’t wait to see what comes next!!!
Rating: 4.5 “Wouldn’t mind me a Daddy” Stars
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