Series: Temperance Falls #2
Published by Self-Published on 16-05-2017
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She’s the definition of trouble
For as long as I’ve known him, Brandon has always been the workaholic single dad to my best friend. But one night, one evening alone with him, makes me ache for something I never knew I wanted. Makes me aware that he’s so much more than what I thought. He isn’t just a dad—he’s a DILF. One I desperately want warming my sheets.
He can’t stop fantasizing about her
I never should have looked at Genesis the way I do, never should have seen her as more than just my daughter’s best friend. I’m too old for her, too wrong. Dating the fiery redhead with the killer curves could end my career and destroy my relationship with my daughter, but I can’t resist her siren call. One night, and I’m a man obsessed. One night, and I’ll do everything in my power to keep her.
London Hale is back again with another super-sexy fast read in The DILF about a father who just happens to fall for his daughter’s best friend. Because, why not? There must be something in the water in Temperance Falls because London Hale is turning everyone’s lives upside down in all the best ways possible.
Brandon has been too busy to date because he was busy raising his daughter but that all changed now that she’s graduated and moved out of his house. Too bad he can’t stop lusting after his daughter’s best friend. Genesis always thought Evie’s dad was cute but never thought anything more until one night they stayed up talking and he actually treated her like a person instead something to be used for sex. When they finally give in to their uncontrollable chemistry, it’s more than sparks that fly.
I have to admit, I’m kind of addicted to this series. I don’t find them rather taboo but I can see how some people may. But there’s just something a bit kinky about them, and different, that it just makes my reading life that much better. With The DILF I found myself loving Brandon and Gen and their amazing chemistry. London Hale has a way of writing these age differences that feel oh-so-wrong but right at the same time that you can’t help but fall for the characters and the stories as well. I find myself just waiting for the next book in the series because they just give me that reprieve I’m looking for.