May 14, 2017 2 min to read
Cuff Me Daddy
Category : Reviews
I went in to lay down the law – but all I can think about is handcuffing her to my bed and serving her my own kind of justice.
A dangerous job like mine isn’t ideal for a single dad.
So I took a high profile undercover gig that would help keep me off the streets.
There’s just one problem: my cover is working as a bar tending for Starla Jones, the sexiest woman in the city of Chicago – and I can’t tell her my true identity.
I wonder how she will react after she finds outs her brother is one of the guys I’m busting.
Those sexy bedroom eyes, full luscious lips and delicious curves have me wanting to abort mission, and pursue an entirely new end game.
She’s yearning for the punishment I have in store for her – and I’m more than willing to oblige.
I’m trying desperately to stay focused on the matter at hand, but all I can think about is taking her out back and ordering her to ‘spread ‘em’ for Officer Daddy.
As much as I’d like to show her the big baton stick I’m packing, I need to stay focused on the mission– or I could lose everything.
**This is a full-length, standalone Single Dad Police Officer Romance. No cheating or cliffhangers. HEA guaranteed. Bonus content included!
Part of a Series: No
POV: Alternating Starla and Cash
Steam Level: Quite Toasty
Cuff Me Daddy was a fun and quick read. I could have finished it in one sitting but I found my mind wandering throughout and I kept getting distracted. I noticed some of the same tropes popping up from Rye Hart’s other books, It was just enough for me to notice but not enough to be annoying. There wasn’t a lot of Cash’s daughter Livvy but what we did see was super cute, especially the mooches. The story of Starla, Scott and Pru was fun and well done. The suspense was done well with what Scott was into and how it played out. Pru was a riot and tough as nails. Overall this was a good book. A nice, steamy romance to escape into for an afternoon.
I received a advanced copy of this book for free from the author and this is my honest, voluntary review.