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Reviewed in the United States on July 8, 2020
Heal Me, Daddy is book 8 in the Montana Daddies series and 100% can be read as a stand alone. Ahhh, give me a grumpy, crotchety Daddy any day if the week. I’ve been looking forward to Doc’s story for a bit now and was not disappointed.

Doc and Archer are brothers that were close in their formative years, and beyond. In a difficult time in their relationship, they’re heading to a weekend vacation, with the goal of working on healing the rift. They obviously very much appreciate and love each other, but are both struggling with themselves and each other, to forgive and move forward.

Caley is a Little choosing to live in solitude after personal tragedy. Stagnate as days pass and convinced this is what she wants and needs.

Doc and Archer balance each other, like only two people can, with a lifelong history and understanding based in love and respect. Each have their own strengths and knowledge that allow them to see and connect with Caley. To understand where she is and what she needs. Their ability to communicate and advise each other, is key in making this a true romantic menage with three unique and distinct individuals. All three grow to appreciate each other, each other’s needs, strengths and weaknesses in their own way. Creating strong, crisscrossing bonds, tying themselves together.

This is a HEA. There is no sexual or romantic feeling or contact between the brothers. This book has spanking and hawt sexual scenes.

I absolutely recommend this book, author and series.
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