Daddy’s Little Angel by Lila Fox

Daddy’s Little Angel by Lila Fox
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Eve Sherman had been a prisoner in her own home since she was born. Her father abused and terrorized her and always made her feel like something was wrong with her. She did everything for the man—cook, clean, and even rub his gross, smelly feet. At night she’d pray for someone to save her, and sometimes she just wanted to die thinking she couldn’t take another day like the one before.

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Eve trusts the large handsome man that made her feel special. When she finds out the type of relationship he wants with her, can she find the courage to give him all that she is and trust him to take care of her?

Eve has been isolated by her abusive father – taken out of school, no friends allowed, even her mother has died. She knows of no other way to be and her father tells her all the time that she wouldn’t be wanted anyway as the devil lives inside her.

This is the fourth book in the Daddy’s series and we get to see a lot of Larkin and Brylee as they were friends with Eve in high school. Gage and Darian are on hand to help Patrick out with the organisation of Eve’s rescue and care.

Although still a novella, I found this one to be better rounded-out than the previous stories. I really felt for Eve and her situation and am happy that she has found her HEA. This is the best in the series so far, in my opinion, and I have no hesitation in recommending it.

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