This is a standalone book.
I want him to be my first.
I want him to be the one.
I want him to be my everything.
I didn’t expect to spend my eighteenth birthday stranded in the pouring rain with no way to make it home.
I didn’t expect to be rescued from the worst night of my life by the most amazing man I’d ever seen.
His name is Nick, and he says he wants to take care of me, says he’ll look after me, says I don’t need to be alone anymore.
He treats me like a princess, like the fragile little girl he saved from the cold.
But I like him… I like him like that.
I’ve never liked anyone like that before…
And it’s weird, this thing we have…
It’s like I can’t decide how we’re supposed to be… what we are…
Until he says the words…
I enjoyed reading this book. It was better than I expected and the characters were good.
I find some Daddy books to be a little cringy, but this one wasn’t too bad. There were a few moments, but the character developments made up for it.
Nick and Laine were good characters. They met by complete chance and clicked right away. Laine was naive and immature at times, but she found herself and grew as she got to know Nick. I liked Nick. He was protective and sweet. Both of them had a rough past, both lonely and in need of love.
The spark between them was pretty instant. The spice was hot and I loved the pace which Nick went at. He was very considerate.
The story was mostly on the developing relationship between Nick and Laine. The plot with Kelly Ann was relatively minor, but it was relevant to her growth. She was selfish and a terrible friend, but Laine found herself and saw the truth. I liked the ending and how much they matured as a couple.
Overall, this was a good book if you like a Daddy kink. It was a quick easy read with plenty of spice. I would recommend it.
My rating: 4/5*