Sunday, September 14, 2014

Book Review - Daddy's Game by Normandie Alleman

My Thoughts

Carmen meets football player Natron at her gallery opening. He pursues her by asking her to paint his portrait. They begin a relationship with him as her Daddy Dom and her as his Sub little girl and they fall in love. Natron prides himself in being able to spoil Carmen and take care of her, so when he is injured and unable to play ball his world tilts on its axis. With Carmen loving him along the way, he heals but isn't sure of his place in their relationship anymore. He has to make the decision to not give up on their love when they need each other most.

I love Natron and Carmen together. He is sexy and sweet. She recognizes his struggle and fights for her man. I love her strength. I also love the women who bond over their daddies and make me laugh. Such great friendships these women have.

I give Daddy's Game 4 hearts!

About the Book

Sparks fly when up-and-coming artist Carmen Harris meets football star Natron Dakers at her first gallery opening. Carmen soon discovers that Natron is the type of man who sees what he wants and goes after it… and apparently what he wants is her. Almost before she knows it Carmen finds herself taking everything Natron gives her and begging for more, and when he reveals that he wants to be her dominant daddy and her to be his submissive little girl, she doesn’t hesitate to agree.

At the top of his profession, Natron has money, fame, and all the perks that go with them, and now at last in Carmen he has found a woman he wants to share it with. His life feels complete… until in a split second everything comes crashing down when a devastating injury threatens to end his season—and maybe his career. Natron fears he will lose it all, but will he self-destruct or can he dig deep and fight hard for himself, his teammates, and his little girl? 

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About the Author

A former psychologist, Normandie has always been fascinated by human behavior. She loves writing quirky characters that are all too human. "I'm interested in the kind of relationships people have in real life. So I write about my characters' messy, unpredictable, and inexplicable journeys to love."

If there were another 5 hours in the day, Normandie would spend more time needle-pointing, felting, and playing with photography. Instead, she's a Pinterest addict and sports junkie who lives with her hunky football playin' husband, a passel of children, and her pet pig who's crazy for Red Bull.

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