Review: Dad's Best Friend: A Billionaire and Virgin Secret Baby Romance by Amy Brent

Dad's Best Friend by Amy Brent
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Standalone
Release - September 16, 2017
Genre - Contemporary Romance
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat - 3 out of 5
Length - 560 pages

I'll work for my dad's best friend but only if he teaches me everything.
He showed up with a $10,000 check to my party.
"For you, gorgeous," he says, kissing me on the cheek.
I'll never forget how his soft lips felt.
I can still smell that s*xy cologne.
He's my dad's hot best friend.
And when he hires me as his assistant, I decide he has to be my first.
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I know the rules: Never fall for your employees.
And especially never think about f*cking Violet.
She's my best friend's daughter.
He trusted me to protect her from other men.
And I am jacking off in the shower thinking of her.
I'm the one staring at her taut curves.
I'm enjoying her company more than I should.
Well, I can sense trouble coming.
But first, I want to make her come.

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MY REVIEW

Violet was a 22-year old virgin lusting after her dad’s best friend. Cole, for his part, had started to lust after her as well, but was trying to curb the temptation. He was hoping to not actually betray his best friend’s trust. But the chemistry between him and Violet proved hard to resist. So Cole was dealing with one part satisfaction and one part guilt. And Violet was swimming in the pleasure of Cole’s attentions.

This story was okay. I didn’t hate it but I wasn’t doing cartwheels while reading it either. To be honest, when I see a title like Dad’s Best Friend, I expect something smutty. Steamy even. But this book tried to be more about the plot than the actual connection between the characters. The chemistry was pretty tame and I wasn’t really feeling it. As this is the first book I’ve read from Amy Brent, it was an alright introduction. I’m hoping that this isn’t the norm as I plan to try another one of her books in the future.

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