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Savage Daddy (MC Daddies Book 7) Kindle Edition
All he wanted was to live a quiet life.
Work, eat, sleep. Repeat. Sure, it sounded damn boring. But the last thing Sav needed in his life was excitement.
Been there, done that.
There was nothing quiet or peaceful about Livvy Carlson. Her life was a huge mess, and what she really needed was some help.
Who’d have thought that help would come from the sexy, tattooed, grumpy biker next door?
The one who kept bossing her around and featuring in her sexy dreams.
Every time Sav spoke to her in that commanding voice, she found herself wanting to kneel at his feet and call him Daddy.
But there was no way he would want that.
- ASIN : B09PB2GC81
- Publication date : April 6, 2022
- Language : English
- File size : 936 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 435 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #7,403 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2022
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It’s so incredible seeing this relationship work with a single mom (who’s really a single aunt with not so clear custody) and three little boys. She’s so overworked and exhausted, but still just killing it. Being the incredible woman she needs to be. Then her neighbor Sav starts to actually talk to her and he realizes he wants to be there for her.
The moments of seeing them decide to be together were lovely. Seeing him open up to her and her accept his help was lovely. Sav has some incredible lines! Also, the fact that once it was decided it was decided was fantastic. There was no ‘maybe we’ll make this work’. Once they were all in, they were all in.
My only complaint with this one involved the moments after they got together. I didn’t like how long he made her wait to make things physical. It felt like he denied her a lot and it took me out of the story. It’s not a dealbreaker, but I was devouring the book before then and found myself stepping away a few times because I didn’t find their smexy life fulfilling. I still loved the story though.
Also, if Brody isn’t one of the Fox’s little’s I’m going to be devastated. And this book clearly hints that the Fox has been watching Brody AND the Fox mentions that he’s thinking about having a little or littles. With an S. So, I’m hoping it’s Brody and another little. Perhaps Sav’s sister Greer. I don’t know. But I can’t wait for freaking October for the Fox’s book.
ability to bring believability to her characters with all of their
emotional turmoil is a gift. The plot has the characters teetering
on a fine edge back and forth until they come together in an epic
fusion. Mind you, it was a bumpy ride for all involved. As expected
the Fox made a cameo appearance, but I would have liked him to
play a bigger role.
I have been waiting for Sav’s story and was not disappointed. His
hard exterior was the cover for a soft heart when it came Livvy. I
loved how to cared for the boys even cleaning out Cinnabun’s cage
to keep Buster happy. Who knew a family man was lurking inside
Sav. A man who would protect, defend and take care of his family
at all cost.
My heart ached for Livvy and her struggle for self-worth was painful
to read. The men in her life had not been kind, leaving her cautious.
The last thing she needed was a grumpy, sexy neighbor telling her
what to do. If only she knew he was exactly what she needed.
This book was exactly what I needed on a wet and rainy day. I felt
the emotions, confusion, and untapped desires as this couple
struggled with their relationship. Both were able to put their past
behind them and forge a new family unit together.
Top reviews from other countries
There are some potential triggers relating to assault, kidnap and slavery.
The characterisation is good, which Laylah Roberts never fails to deliver.
The plotline is engaging enough to keep you turning the pages.
I think I found the dialogue and progression a bit formulaic and overworked. If you take away the few pages of individual storyline and change the names the book would read like most of the authors other books.
I understand the underlying drive for the genre, I do, but I do think there are way too many pages devoted to the sex scenes. They are all much the same and by this point in the series I skip them.
I will purchase the next book in the series because it's Markovitch' story and he has intrigued me since entering the series, but the only other book I will purchase will be the Fox, again, he is entertaining. I just hope the author can keep their odd personalities whilst giving them a voice.
I gave four stars simply because of the continuity of the series.
I have no problem recommending the series to fans of the genre but would advise reading from the beginning to obtain the best reading experience.
A good read as always i loved Sav and of course im obsessed with the Fox.