Title: Daddy's Girl
Author : Isabella Starling & Demi Donovan
Every brat needs a Daddy.
Daddy's tastes are naughty and rough, finding the right girl has been tough.
Daddy's had them all you see, but his little girl is the one he can't set free.
Now Daddy has a lovely pet, a naughty toy that's scared of every threat.
But brats are always hard to train, and Daddy's girl has earned the cane.
Time to break out the whips and chains, get some blood pulsing through baby's veins.
Think twice before you disobey, pretty girls in tears make Daddy's day...
Isabella Starling started out as a voracious reader of dark romance, and has since evolved her love of reading into writing dark, twisted romantic tales. When not spending time with her boyfriend, two cats & a Labrador pup, she's chatting away to author friends and plotting her next release.
Demi Donovan is a writer on a mission. A mission to bring bad boys, dark love and filthy dreams to every page she writes, that is.
A lifelong reader, writing is something she always wanted to do. The fact that she can write about all the dark, twisted things going through her head only makes it that much better.
Demi lives in a small town with big dogs, even bigger aspirations and a man who isn't a bad boy, but definitely plenty filthy.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Title: Daddy's Girl
Author: Isabella Starling & Demi Donovan
I was speechless from this latestrelease by Isabella Starling and Demi Donovan. Ever since I picked up His Doll and His Brat by Isabella Starling, she's become one of my favourite authors and it was my first taste of what Demi Donovan has to offer. Amazeballs to the extreme for Daddy's Girl. I thought His Muse was dark and pushed the limits, but it looks like kittens compared to Daddy's Girl. If you're against punishments, humiliation, depravity, kidnapping and the idea of sex trafficking - stay the heck away from this book. It really isn't for you. Like at all. Trust me. But if you're curious to find out just how far a human being can be pushed and how they can be pieced together after getting broken, then this is it.
Lawson isn't a nice man - not at all. To say otherwise would be hypocritical. Yet, for some reason, when it comes to Lily, he shows her a side of himself that rarely comes out. Their 'relationship' started under false pretenses - Lawson knew who Lily was and she belonged to him, only problem was that she didn't know about it. I loved how dark this author duo made this story, holding nothing back as they brought their book to life. I'm not sure how either will top this story but boy to i look forward to finding out.
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