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I do not recommend this book.
That's how they referred to each other when they weren't calling themselves Daddy and Baby. I thought goggled was such a silly word....does anyone actually use that term? Thorn was a billionaire CEO of a NYC Ballet Academy and Laney, our Kansas sweetheart was a unicorn among ballerinas. A unicorn you ask? Well, I think you could scour the globe and not find a ballerina with double D boobies(that's what they called them) a juicy bottom and cushy thighs. In the world as cut throat as ballet Laney's best hope would be an usher. My favorite line in the book is when Thorn said "I love your big gazongas". I laughed so hard I woke up my sleeping husband. I think there is a cartoon character of a hippo and in a tutu and that's the only way I pictured Laney. I have to say that I found this book hysterically funny, most especially the scene with Ms. Lane in Kansas. This book really deserves just one star but I added a second one because I haven't laughed this much in ages.
This book was just...gah, I'm struggling for words. Nothing about this book was believable or sucked me in. I like dark, twisted stories, so I thought this would be right up my alley. The writing was terrible, the spelling off, the grammar horrible, and so on. Don't even get me started on the nonexistent character development. Laney refers to her mom as both "mom" and "Mary," (I think that was her name?), which is weird. Pick one. She isn't both. She's also a bit of a brat, and she's somehow knowledgeable about banks, the federal reserve, and stock brokers at age 13? Come on... Smh. And then she's also supposed to be this totally innocent little girl from middle-of-nowhere USA? Not believable. At all.
* Mild spoilers ahead *
And then there's the H, aka Daddy, who is 47. Laney is 18, fyi. I like a big age difference, but that just feels...weird. Laney has never fooled around with a boy, not really, and then within HOURS of meeting the H she's basically having sex with him in his office after her leotard "accidentally" rips apart leaving her totally naked? Oh, and the H has a SECRET dance studio in his office behind a moving wall? Right.... Call Q, James Bond is jealous.
I won't even go on anymore. I literally have better things to do than to keep thinking about this book. This is the harshest review I've ever left for any book and a part of me feels bad, but this is also me being 100% honest. To each their own. I'm glad that there are readers out here who might enjoy this, but I am not one of them. I would not recommend this book. I won't be reading anything from this author again sadly.
I received this book as an Advanced Reading Copy.
I changed a word to X, it should be obvious. I didn't think the word was obscene but I'm trying to figure out what is blocking this review because Amazon won't tell you when they send it back to you.
Maybe my expectations for E-literature are too high. The cover art is bad. Thorn is 45 and Laney is 18. The man on the cover is MUCH younger and the girl is definitely older. This age difference and the fact that Thorn refers to himself as 'Daddy' is just creepy, gross and disgusting.
The description of the book has a flaw in it that is driving me bonkers.
“So I can’t say no. But the problem is, what if I don’t want to say no?”
The phrase ‘but the problem is’ implies there IS a problem. If you can’t say no and don’t want to say no, there is no problem. The situation is in line with your own wants and desires. It is a stupid statement. It annoyed me when it showed up in my email. It annoyed me when I got the ARC and saw it again at the start of the story.
Good thing the very first page has Thorn admitting that he is an AH (I used the term used in the book but it blocked it) because it starts out with him being one. Having bad X with someone he doesn’t like and can’t remember her name to be followed up with another appointment to have X with another woman he doesn’t like and whose name he can’t remember. Back to back booty calls and he can’t stand the women. He calls himself a serial womanizer but that goes beyond it. The very beginning of the book makes him sound like he hates women and like he is self-loathing. Or he had a medical problem. A 5 bedroom apartment to have 5 back to back booty calls a night seems to be indicative of some kind of problem.
On one page he calls himself a serial womanizer and then a page or two later he says he doesn’t consider himself one. Make up your mind.
In chapter one Thorn talks about the women throwing themselves at him. How they are coming out his ears. Reading that, after reading how Laney describes wanting him in the book Blurb, makes her sound just like them. So far, at least, it doesn’t seem very promising.
I’m sure women reading erotica are after different things and I do like to have a solid story around the X, not a pathetic plot being used as an excuse to write X scenes. But I am pretty sure that most women reading don’t want to read about really bad X at the very start of the book. It just rubs the wrong way, pun NOT intended.
The author has Thorn thinking of a very young woman as ‘the female’. I absolutely hate the use of the gender to refer to people. It dehumanized them. It makes them nothing more than just animals. This book is not getting better. The fact that Laney is 18 also makes Thorn very creepy, at 45, disgustingly creepy.
When the seam of her leotard rips out and she drops to the floor to cover herself and Thorn is on her so fast it is just plain out gross and disgusting. (I had to remove which seam rips out because Amazon considered it to be obscene.)
This book is NOT erotica worth reading. Gross is the best word for it. This book is just awful. There are no redeeming qualities.
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