Daddy’s Little Princess by Lila Fox

Daddy’s Little Princess by Lila Fox
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Rating: 3.5 Stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Even though Brylee has tried to fit in to society, she’s been slapped down one time after another. If it wasn’t for Larkin, her good friend, she wouldn’t have anyone.

Gage takes one look at the hurt young woman and decides she’s his to keep. Everything about her, from her luscious curves, puffy red lips, and doleful eyes, appeals to daddy inside him.

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Most girls want to be ‘Daddy’s Little Princess’ at least once when they are growing up (albeit in a different way to this story!) and some girls are even lucky enough to get a caring, loving father. Brylee hasn’t been that lucky. A product of the foster system, she feels like a little girl trapped inside a grown woman’s body. Luckily for her, Gage is just the man to help.

This IS book two in a serial so Larkin and Darian from book one play a big role here. The two stories are interwoven and I do feel it would have been beneficial to have read book one first. Brylee has trouble in both her work and personal life which Gage is more than happy to take care of.

Because I haven’t read book one, I did feel like I was dropped into the middle of a story. I learnt a lot about Brylee and how Gage is as a man and a Daddy but I didn’t learn anything about his past. How did he become friends with a group of like-minded individuals? How did it ‘pop up’ in conversation? Who is Gage, as a person, not a Daddy? I didn’t get any of this so I can’t rate the book as high as I wanted to.

This novella does end with a sort of cliffhanger, a hook to lead you to the next book. So if you don’t like serials then maybe wait for all the books to be released and then read them in one go.

Overall, the bare bones of the story were good but I needed more. I would still recommend it but would definitely recommend reading book one first.

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