About the Book:
Throwing tantrums may be childish behavior, but it’s the only way Adrienne Westley feels she can be heard. In the middle of a tabloid scandal, her father cares more about his career than the threats to his mouthy daughter. So when bodyguard Dieter Vanderbroeck enters her home she’s shocked by his dominant presence.
Try as she might to defy him, Dieter doesn’t give in to her bratty attitude. Instead, he challenges it with a commanding voice and a firm hand. His authoritative tone calls to a part of Adrienne that she's long kept hidden--and as Dieter begins to unravel her submissive nature, it becomes harder and harder to keep things professional.
Adrienne’s about to find out just where bratty little girls go: over Daddy’s knee. Because he no longer wants to be just her bodyguard, he wants to be her Daddy Dom.
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Daddy Issues = Unsexy
Unfortunately, while the story was somewhat intelligent, the characters were annoying as hell, the sex was lukewarm at best, and the erotic part of this "erotic" tale was tame, to say the least.
Adrienne was an annoying, bitchy, brat who needed a time out NOT a sexy bodyguard falling for her. Dieter had way more patience with her than I would have. Also, the whole Daddy-Babygirl thing was weird. Sure, you can have a D/s relationship (The BDSM in this book was much too lame to be sexy) but why do you have to bring your father into it. It ruins the sexiness of the whole thing if it conjures images of my dad, who happens to be a former Marine turned overweight, long-haul trucker.
All in all, the sex was boring, the main female was a toddler with daddy issues, and the eroticism fell flat.