Wednesday, August 5, 2015
review of Daddy's Game by Normandie Alleman
I received this book as part of an ARC box set for an honest review.
In this book we meet Carmen and Natron. Carmen is doing her first gallery opening and is nervously hiding out in the curators office when he demands she come meet a few people. The first person she sees is Natron. She knows who he is having 3 younger brothers makes it hard not to but knowing who he is doesn't mean she knows who he is as a person. Carmen isn't sure she wants to be in Natron's world he is a very public person and she is more the shy quiet type so giving in and seeing him might just be a mistake.
Natron knows from just one look he has to see this girl again, but how she turned him down the first time he asked. Natron comes up with an idea thinking this will give him a chance to spend more time with this girl and maybe just maybe get a chance for them to be something more. Natron knows Carmen is different than any girl he has met and he knows that someway somehow he has to make her his.
There are many things that get thrown in their way that makes them take a hard look and determine is being together really worth all the problems? There is something special that they both know that they have but when is to much? Check out this book it is a stand alone but can be read as part of the set. This is not your typical age play story. I would recommend it.