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Taming Dante: An MM Rockstar Romance (Dante's Infernal Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : September 28, 2020
- File size : 549 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 235 pages
- ASIN : B08D7YKNH9
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #33,281 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The Daddy/Boy aspect of their relationship came about in an unconventional unexpected way but was seamlessly incorporated into the story. The relationship was organic and well written. I loved how they went from fighting like cats and dogs to sweet affection and passion. I loved their insecure and vulnerable moments, how they supported each other.
Other characters added the level of at times intensity and at other times hilarity. The stalker situation was good, I liked how the author presented the problem. My only regret at the end was that it was largely glossed over and the why and who the stalker was was never explained. I was a bit miffed. I liked how both men were in the end - content and settled with a promise of a happy future, broken fences on the mend and in good health. Most enjoyable angsty AF story of self discovery and finding love in the world of glitz and rock-n-roll. I can't wait to see what the author has in store for Dante's Infernal next. Copy received for my honest and unbiased review.
P.S. This was enemies to lovers, somewhat close proximity, Daddy/boy romance. It heavily featured addictions, the detox and initial fight to stay clean. Every author apart from facts gives their own spin, and I think the author did it justice.
Cash is a retired drill sergeant. He currently works as a drummer for a lesser known band. He receives a call from Dante’s manager asking for him to fill in for yet another drummer that Dante has scared off. But he also wants Cash to use his drill sergeant past to help keep Dante in line.
When Cash meets Dante, Dante pushes all his buttons to get a rise out of Cash. Cash just sees the kid who has never had a parental figure or been able to be a kid.
Suddenly it is just Cash and Dante in an apartment for one month. Cash has one month to clean Dante up and make him into a functioning adult. Dante mentions Cash being “Daddy” to make Cash uncomfortable or push him away, but Cash is into it. Dante must listen to Daddy for the next month or receive his punishments.
This book was really good. Dante was such a brat in the beginning, snorting whatever he could and just acting out horribly. I love that Cash saw Dante for who he was and how he needed to be a kid at times. The stalker part of the book was a good suspense added to the story. The Daddy kink was light. Good storyline.
Dante's overwhelmed by his demons (so many demons) and desperately looks for ways to deal- none of them healthy.
Cash is a solid, caring, and protective man with more skills than meet the eye.
Their attraction is immediate...and THEN the fun begins!
Such a well written book. There are few/no grammar or editing issues. The characters are full of life and easy with which to engage. I loved not only D & C, but whole band and can't wait for book two! Plenty of passion & chemistry - this IS an Abernathy, after all, lol.