- File Size: 1994 KB
- Print Length: 135 pages
- Publisher: Carina Press (April 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 17, 2017
- Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N92157S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #68,466 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Little Dancer Kindle Edition
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Hale's writing style appealed to me as well. There's a poetic element that provided terrific imagery without being heavy or wordy. The story was well-paced, the characters were dimensional and showed growth, and the steamy scenes were electric, creative, and smartly placed throughout.
I absolutely recommend this book to anyone looking for a little daddy kink or anyone who might want to try a new kind of dominant alpha lead. Looking forward to more from this author!
Summoned to Rufus Kingsolver's office, Abby is terrified the darkly handsome, commanding man is about to end her dream. But Rufus has other ideas. He wants to be her Dom. He wants her to call him Daddy.
Abby is shocked, but the spark of curiosity and taboo desire have her wanting more. Under Rufus's firm hand, they explore the erotic depths of their unconventional, yet beautiful, relationship. Abby is falling deeper in love with Rufus and the Little/Dom lifestyle, but it's not long before she comes face-to-face with her darkest fear—judgment from the outside world.
Daddy knows best, but what if, this once, he can't protect her?
More heart to this book than I expected when I read the blurb.
What I expected was a purely titillating story, don't get me wrong it does have those moments and taboo subject matter. The depth made it even better for me and helped these characters not become caricatures. I am not well versed in Little/Dom lifestyle, but it seemed spot on and well done. I thought the reactions of Abby's parents was very realistic too. Now, this is a short read and very good if you are looking for a sexy quick read. This is a new Author and for her first book I think she did an excellent job of creating a well rounded romance. I liked this Author and story so much I have already picked up the next book in the series to read for review.
*I Voluntarily read an advance reader copy of this book provided by the publisher.*
Rufus prides himself on noticing the habits and needs of others. No more so than Abby who requires a commanding presence—a woman to call him daddy. But can Abby accept that part of herself? Or will she give up what she needs?
I’ve never read a story quite like this. Abby is such a vulnerable character, more so because she has a young, almost childlike spirit. It troubles her parents, and it troubles Abby herself. Doing “grown up” things fills her with anxiety, and she relies on fairy tales, dancing and cartoons to bring her safety. That changes when Rufus picks up on this aspect of her personality. Though Abby is confused and frightened of her new blooming desires, neither does she really question them. She’s all in from the start.
Rufus doesn’t try to change Abby in the least. He wants Abby to be Abby, and he gives her a safe place with him until she becomes more confident, more courageous in her skin. The relationship rounds out between them and while they grown more firm in themselves, their essential characters don't change.
Rufus won me over. Some of the things he says are devastating to Abby. Sweet and gently prodding, and Abby finds herself and gets to a place where she doesn't have to be ashamed. They were explosive together. There are scenes of kink, but there was also such care for each other.
This erotica has so much heart. The ending was magnificent and got me misty-eyed, and it was a well-executed book in how it broached the topic of this particular taboo. 4.5 hot daddy stars!
Abby is a dancer who always questioned who she was. Rufus is owner of the dance company where Abby dances. There's a side to him that he keeps under wraps but after meeting Abby he wants to share his lifestyle with her.
While this book is based around the LG/DD lifestyle it is also about personal growth and acceptance of ones self and of others. These two connect quickly and deeply but they go through a situation that drives a wedge between them. Can these two find a way to make others understand their lifestyle and fund their way back to each other?
This was a quick, naughty read. While it may not be for everyone, I found it very informative and I thorax enjoyed reading it.
** Won a copy from a Facebook giveaway**