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Archer's Aim: A M/M Daddy Romance (Dark Reserves Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
Desperate men do crazy things. But faking their own kidnapping might be a tad extreme…
Running his own private security firm was supposed to be a fresh start for Archer after leaving the Army. And it was, until he got the contract for Montague Fine Diamonds.
Now he's been tasked with babysitting the most arrogant, self-entitled, infuriating man he’s ever met.
He’d quit only he needs the money to fix the life-changing injuries he suffered on his last tour. All he needs to do is just get this job done and then he’ll never have to see this spoilt brat again. Easy.
Well, it would be, if Felix wasn't stirring up feelings Archer can't allow himself to feel. He’s too damaged and disfigured to be with any man again.
But Felix isn’t like most men. He’s used to getting what he wants. And when he calls Archer Daddy, there’s no going back.
Spoilt, entitled, arrogant… Felix had heard it all before. But being the son of a multimillionaire isn’t all yachts and parties.
He’s tired of life feeling empty. And tired of the bodyguards his father keeps hiring to watch him.
When Felix lays eyes on the latest bodyguard--a six foot muscular soldier covered in scars and tattoos--he has to remember his plan is to get Archer Benson to quit.
But Archer isn’t like the others. He’s not fazed by men like Felix. And when he calls Felix boy, it’s like an arrow through his heart.
Archer's Aim is book #3 in the Dark Reserves Series, and each book can be read as a standalone.
If you like a brooding military-man who's really just a big teddy bear, and a smartass millionaire who has never known love, then this book is for you.
It contains steam, Daddy kink, humor, and a HEA.
- ASIN : B0B4PRPM9Q
- Publisher : Penny Drops Press (June 20, 2022)
- Publication date : June 20, 2022
- Language : English
- File size : 1492 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 250 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B0B45JK1NH
- Best Sellers Rank: #210,695 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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If you like characters hiding their insecurities behind a ton of sass and over the top behaviour you will love Felix! He had me laughing out loud several times in the first few chapters while he was trying to get Archer to quit as his bodyguard. His antics might have been a little much, but it was sort of endearing in a way and his character had some depth to it.
Archer was such a Daddy Dom - he was protective, patient and caring. I really felt for him and his own choice of solitude, as misguided as it was. He and Felix fit together like puzzle pieces and it was so sweet to see them work out their feelings for each other.
Even though the first few chapters were lighter and funny, the story quickly turns into more as secrets and hidden motives are discovered. The plot and tropes might be fairly common, but it was still intriguing and I badly wanted to see where the story was going. I felt as if some parts could have had a little more depth or detail to them, but overall the plot was engaging and there were some twists I didn’t see coming.
Definitely a book worth checking out if you enjoy the ex-military, Daddy Dom bodyguard vs the spoiled, sassy twink trope!
Archer and Felix worked well together. It was entertaining to see the lengths that Felix was willing to go to try to embarrass Archer enough that he quit, just like all the other bodyguards in his past had. They both tried to deny their feelings for one another because they were afraid of being hurt again.
This was the first book I read in the series, and it works well as a standalone. I enjoyed the supporting characters and would read their stories. Without giving too much away, I appreciate how the author handled the drama in the story. Overall, an enjoyable story.