About the Book:
When she answered the ad, she had no idea she’d be working for Clay “The Grinch” Colson—recently retired baseball superstar. He’s every bit as intimidating as the scowl he’s famous for, and Katie believes the rumors she’s heard about how mean he is are true—until she sees him with his overgrown, crazy Boxer, Dixie.
Lucky Katie gets completely unexpected, front-row seats to a side of Clay the tabloids never captured. Every. Single. Morning. And the more she’s exposed to his gruff affection, the more she can’t help thinking there’s so much hiding behind that scowl… The more she wonders what she’d have to do to have him call her his good girl.
Every morning, the sexiest woman he’s ever seen comes to his house and calls him Daddy. Sure, she’s his dog walker, but that doesn’t mean she has the right to sashay into his world every morning, plant that saucy little gaze on him, and say, “Good morning, Daddy.”
Now that’s all he can think about—being her very dirty daddy.
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HIS Temptation, MY Annoyance
This book, while not my favorite of her books, is still a good read.
Clay is recovering from the end of his baseball career and trying to build his construction business. Along comes sexy, distracting dog walker, Katie. He tries to resist her but...well, she TRIES to tempt him, which annoys me. There's a different between being sexy and seductive with feminine wiles, and just being flat out desperate. Going braless and getting herself wet with the hose seemed like something a high schooler would do to get the quarterback into bed. Yes, she's young but she isn't a virgin. Her attempts to lure Clay were clumsy and only made me cringe. Also, Katie's mind is a hodge-podge of childish thoughts and stupid ones.
On the other hand, Clay has the filthy mouth and daddy kink thing going. Who doesn't want a sexy older man to take care of her need--sexual and material? While I don't get how calling your sexual partner "daddy" is a turn on, I do get how thrilling it can be to give in to a supposedly taboo desire.
I can't stand the character of Katie. She annoys me and I can't get behind her motivations. I liked Clay as a seducer and giver of pleasure. So, I'm torn. I want to give more stars, but because of the ridiculousness of Katie as a likable character, I can't give it more than three Pulse Points. This book would have been better with a more mature heroine--as in a young woman with mature thoughts and motivations.
She lives with her husband and children in semi-rural Australia, where if she peers outside at the right moment she might just see a kangaroo bounce by.
Amber is an award winning writer, Amazon Bestselling Author, and member of Romance Writers of Australia, Melbourne Romance Writers Guild, and Writers Victoria.
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