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Another Daddy/little romance with multiple suspenses! Really?!?
Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2021
This was a 3.5 - 4 stars until the last paragraph- now it's a 2 at best. The way the last page is written it feels like it needed more- like it's an abrupt cliffhanger even though it's the epilogue. I kept trying to turn the page but there wasn't a next page. I liked Ed and Georgina for the most part but some of it felt really false. Georgie has got to be the most unluckiest person in the world!
<Warning- SPOILERS> She's grown up with a 'Joan Crawford psycho mom', and five over-protective brothers that she avoids; we never find out just how rich her family is or who they are, but they have a private jet; she lost her only loving parent- her father- young, to a violent end; she's stalked, kidnapped, and tortured in her teens; she gets shot, stalked, and kidnapped twice more now in her 30's; she's had no counseling to speak of; after all of that she keeps running full out at night unaware of her surroundings; and we're supposed to believe she's a fully capable functioning adult with a few anxiety issues. WHAT?!!! Just No. And Ed keeps switching from punishment to over-protectiveness when all these things were out of his control and he just feels helpless.
Georgina never quite pulls off the FBI agent persona, she never meets any other 'Daddy/littles' to enlarge her safety, happy kink zone, Ed won't let her do ANYTHING but play as a little, and she doesn't seem to have any good domestic or working qualities to find another job or be happy at home. What's her future look like? She was just too lost and immature to be believable. Just sayin'...... Not my favorite Montana Daddies book.