I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Fierce Daddy by Laylah Roberts
Series: MC Daddies #6
Published by Independently Published on September 15, 2021
Genres: BDSM, Fiction, MC Romance, Multicultural & Interracial, Romance
Format: eBook, Kindle Unlimited
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She'd lived her entire life in the shadows...
All Tabby had ever really known from men was violence, pain, and betrayal.
So she really shouldn’t trust the smooth-talking, older Razor, with his huge heart and fierce protective streak.
Only, she can’t seem to resist him. His sweet words. Calm dominance. And Lord, what that man could do with his tongue . . .
But will she get her happy ever after?
Or will their pasts destroy them both?
Please note this book contains elements of ageplay. It includes spanking and a protective, possessive hero who won't give up on his girl, even when she already has.
Our heroine has a traumatic past that may be triggering for some readers.
I would not read this book as an introduction to the Motorcycle Daddies series, but it makes a great addition, wrapping up some questions, and leaving others. ~ Shadow – Simply Love Book Reviews
Tabby is finally living on her own, after a miserable marriage arranged by her uncle and then being smothered by her cousin trying to make up for his inability to protect her from her late husband. Desperate to live on her own, she approaches the one person she thinks might help her, Razor, a member of the Iron Shadows Motorcycle Club Razor has left his wild youth far behind him, but he still doesn’t feel like he’s good enough for his new receptionist. But the attraction between Razor and Tabby is too strong for either of them to resist. While Razor works hard to keep Tabby safe, he has enemies, and they may succeed in tearing the couple apart. In this book, we revisit the delightful Millie and the intriguing Fox. Tabby proves to be brave, smart, and capable, despite showing Razor her Little side. I would not read this book as an introduction to the Motorcycle Daddies series, but it makes a great addition, wrapping up some questions, and leaving others.