Series: Act Your Age #1.5
on January 21, 2020
Genres: Erotic Romance
Tropes: Daddy Kink, Age Gap
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Kate McGrath knows the daddy situation has changed. For one thing her kink’s gone mainstream (what up, internet!) For another, her relationship with Ty, AKA Daddy, has growing pains. After years of protecting herself with faux-girliness, Kate finally feels like a woman. She wants Ty to treat her like a grown up (bedroom excluded, obviously), but emancipation is the first fantasy her daddy doesn’t seem able to fulfil…
Tyler Henderson is happy with things the way they are. And if they have to change, why can’t Kate marry him? That would be nice. And make him look like less of a dirty old man. He’ll fight to keep Middleton where she is, but he isn’t counting on a daddy rival, a man from Kate’s past who would be more than happy to take her off his hands...
Jealousy combines with mistaken identity to throw the status of one of Romancelandia’s top five D/LG couples (at least!) into turmoil. Ty and Kate need to find common ground, but love is a dangerous game, no matter what your age.
NOT YOUR SHOE SIZE
by Eve Dangerfield
I’m happy that I got to catch up with Ty and Kate in this novella. I remember how the full novel and the story of their love ACT YOUR AGE made me go out of my comfort zone, like, for miles and loved it!
I realize that the steam in books is the spice that seasons the story, however, I find myself getting a little impatient when there is a lot of sex in books. And admittedly, three sexy times scenes in a short novella is a little too much for my taste but that’s me. That’s also the reason I don’t read much Erotic Romance these days. With that being said, Eve Dangerfield manages to pack quite a lot of story in this shorty which shows us how solid Ty and Kate really are. Try grappled a little with his upcoming fiftieth birthday and Kate with a blast from the past. My heart ached a little for them but I was rewarded with a really sweet happily ever after. Ty was ready to fight for his Katie with all his might and you could really feel the love between them.
Is it necessary to read this story, you ask? Not really but it’s definitely a lovely addition, sort of an extended epilogue, and adds another layer of depth to Kate’s character. And can I say how much I love Eve’s writing? I really need to read her other books soon!