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Rogue Daddy (Montana Daddies Book 12) Kindle Edition
Keira was being hunted.
By the good guys and the bad guys. Only trouble is, who is who?
Then he caught her.
Gorgeous and blunt.
Smart and insane.
She shouldn’t want him, shouldn’t allow him through her thick shields. But Zander doesn’t know the word no. All he knows is what he wants.
And what he wants, he gets.
But who would want a thief and a liar? Someone with a black past? Who craves submission, someone to take care of her, but can’t bring herself to trust anyone?
Includes spankings, a guarded Little and an ever so slightly crazy Daddy with a big protective streak.
- ASIN : B09H9GNX6X
- Publication date : November 24, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 1020 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 463 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #673 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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such as Zander and Keira work so well together. There was the usual amount of
tension, danger, emotion, and heat to spice things up.
I found Zander’s brutal, eccentric personality to be refreshing. He had no filter,
struggled with empathy, but his quirkiness made him unique. His mission was to
find and bring Keira back to answer questions about her involvement in stealing
money, but instead he decided to keep her. I was surprised by how well he took
to being a daddy.
My heart ached for Keira. So much trauma in her life left her alone and on the run.
So sad and riddled with guilt. Her only crime was her poor choice in men. Keira
struggled with trust, but Zander plowed through the walls she built around herself.
In Zander, she found a man who understood her desires to let go of control and live
out her fantazies.
Zander and Keira made an odd couple but their past struggles is what made them
a perfect match. I enjoyed this book so much that I could not put it down.
This book still follows the same basic formula, but had enough differences that I enjoyed it a little more than some recent books. Mainly because of Zander. I liked his blunt, oblivious, quirky personality. I also enjoyed the fact that he was basically a human bulldozer who decided he wanted something and didn’t hesitate to go for it, even if it did mean a little questionable kidnapping. While what he did wouldn’t be remotely ok on real life, it doesn’t bother me in a book as long as certain lines aren’t crossed. And clearly they weren’t. I don’t believe this author would ever go that far, so no worries there.
As for Kiera, it does appear the author is trying to venture outside of her comfort zone a bit with a heroine that isn’t totally innocent. While not a bad person, she has lived a much harder life and has done stuff like binge drinking and stealing, and sleeping with strange men. While on one hand I appreciate the author doing something different, I did find this heroine a little harder to believe as a little. But at the same time she seemed to be more her own character.
As a side note, I love that video games was finally used at least a little bit. I always found it a little odd that the littles were always such retro/old-fashioned little girls without more modern interests. And there are so many fun, cute video games these days that would attract little girls, like Animal Crossing or Mario games. But I could also see a little being into Zelda or other fantasy games.
Speaking of games, I am very curious about Miles since he seems to be the first blatantly little male. While I wouldn’t have any interest in a mommy/LB or just a daddy/LB, I would definitely enjoy one with both a a male and female little.
Editing felt a little poorer than average in this book. I feel like I noticed more kissing words than usual, and some glaring issues like Zander putting a sofa at his feet instead of a pillow. Still not a fan of the scenes where there is almost nothing but dialogue and little to no context, but that is really common with this author.
I would have preferred this book to have been written closer to the other books that involved events that happened in this book. It was a little confusing because at this point I have forgotten a lot of details. I am glad there were some notes at the beginning at least.
Overall a good book, and Zander was a fun lead.
Zander has appeared before in the series, and he’s always been just little bit ‘different’. In this book it becomes clear that he’s very high functioning on the autism spectrum. A very literal thinker who doesn’t really understand things like sarcasm or dramatic exaggeration, he lives a socially reclusive life and simply does his own thing. For him, that means running a team of operatives that he’s assembled over the years in ways as unusual as he is. Keira was a catalyst for something that causes huge amount of trouble in Daring Daddy, which was book 5 in the ‘Montana Daddies’ series. She’s a hot mess with a history of making bad decisions, especially about the men she dates. When she steals something from people nobody should ever steal from, she ends up on the run for her life with the crazy ‘boyfriend’ who manipulated her into doing it. Lucky for her, Zander is hired to find them.
Overall, I enjoyed this story. I appreciated that although the hero was ‘different’, he was still an intelligent and capable man. He was particularly sensitive and caring in his dealings with Keira and was protective of his entire team. There were a couple of inconsistencies with that though, in my opinion. I don’t want to give away plot info but will try to give an example about what I mean; when Zander finds Keira, she’s in a situation that he recognizes may be physically harming her, yet he doesn’t do anything about mitigating that harm. I also kept hoping to read about Keira and Eden when they first saw one another again, but I guess that would’ve been pointless to anyone who hadn’t read book 5. These were relatively small issues though, and if the author writes another book in this series, I’ll definitely be reading it. One last thing ... I have to take a moment and say that a character I didn't expect to see suddenly appeared in this story and it was awesome!
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. I also purchased a copy.
Top reviews from other countries
Potential trigger warning relating to physical abuse against a woman.
The characterisation is good, with individual personalities and motivators allowing the reader to form a connection with the characters.
I found Zander a bit laboured if I'm honest, the personality trait of not understanding nuances in conversation and social interaction speaks of the autistic spectrum, which is fine except the character does put himself into social situations and has a vastly inflated opinion of himself that although endearing causes conflict with reading the character. For me, the two sides don't mesh.
Keira is a bit of a pre drawn character lifted from any other book and being totally honest I didn't form much of a connection with her.
There is being naive and then there's Keira who takes it to an art form.
The plotline is a continuation from the previous book, and I seriously struggled with how Zander finds her beaten and tied so tightly her hands are numb. To leave her that way as he argued with her didn't, for me, illustrate his 'literal' personality, it encouraged the view that he was possessed of little humanity.
Then there is the assumption by the author that the reader would be willing to suspend belief when he decides immediately following the argument that he would take her with him and keep her locked in a room under covert surveillance.
Huge breaches of trust are either ignored or swept away with Daddy knows best.
There is some swearing and some sex scenes.
I do have to say that there are the usual are common to the authors other books, missing words, mixed tense etc.
Now, all that said, I do still enjoy the books, it's not a massive catalogue of errors, but you would have hoped the author could employ a new proof reader.
If you are a fan of the genre I have no problem recommending the series but would advise reading from the beginning including the MC series because that would provide the full backstory.
I loved this book especially Zander his quirks made him super endearing.
Zander and Keira are so hilarious, intriguing and quirky. They made me immediately fall for theit special kind of crazy. We met Keira in Eden's and Zeke's story. She stole money and blackmail material, because her boyfriend talked her into it. He told her lies about the people she worked for and did not say a thing about the blackmail material. Kent gave Zander and his team the mission to find the missing things and Keira. He finds her beaten and tied up by her boyfriend, who she was on the run with. Somehow she is more then a mission for him. He takes Keira hostage. Keira was sadly used to be abused by men and can not rely on anybody in her life, seeking love in abusive relationships. We slowly learn about her past and it is really sad and bad. Zander also has his own secrets and past. He is a 'little' paranoid. They both immediately feel something special for the other, but can not really see it, it is hard to describe, you have to read it. Zeke does not send Keira to Kent, like Kent wants him too. Also learning a big threat against her is eliminated he still holds her hostage, not wanting to let her go. Their sometimes a little skward interaction is so special, just thei own kind of crazy, but somehow it touched something in my heart. Here a quotation from something Keira thinks 'You can only rely on yourself. And the sonner she left the better. Because despite his strange ways, Zander was growing on her. Like fungis. A really sexy fungus. Lord help her.' Zander was hurt by a past relationship, but somehow what he feels for Keira is right there from the beginning. He announces himself her guardian, slowly accepting for himself that he wants to be her daddy, not being sure if she is a little, but suspecting it very much. Keira tries to tell herself she can only rely on herself, but for the first time in her life somebody really takes care of her and puts her first. Zander simply does not allow someone or somebody to harm her. They both have doubts about being good enough for the other. Will Keira be able to overcome her traumata and open up her heart? They both have to take the trust in the other person, to be vulnerable and not be hurt ahgain. Will they be the perfect king of crazy for each other, because who would even want to be normal? Will Zander be able to protect Keira? What is up with Keira's sister? Keira is so strong and fragile, just like Zander just completely different. I could wite a ten page review of this book. Just all the little details, that makes it so special, but best just read it as soon as possible. We also meet Zander's team, I hope there are a lot more stories to come. Webb also touched me, I hope he will find his special someone.
Thank you so much for this very special story, I loved it so much and will ceteinly reread it many times to get all the little details. This couple has a special place in my heart.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.