The Dynamic Duo of Alyssa and Rayanna are back with the latest Daddy of the Month book, Cuff Me, Daddy. And I think this one might be the best one in the series to this point, especially if you ask Sue, lol.
This is a second chance romance with an older couple. I know that I’ve talked about how I love a good second chance romance, being part of one myself, and as a lady of a certain age, I like seeing female characters my age. I have nothing against young nubile 20 year olds whose tits defy gravity, trust me, not one damn thing, but seeing someone my own age having some freaky-deaky sex and dealing with the realities of being 40-something is always nice.
So, Mama Sue is the oldest of the Dirty Dozen. She and her daughter Amy are both part of the book club, which more power to them. I don’t want to know what kind of kink my mother has. It’s bad enough that I know that she’s a screamer. And now you know. I live to share the pain. Anyway, her almost ex-husband left town years ago, because of reasons. Now he’s back, and there are problems. I say almost ex-husband because she left him standing at the altar.
Gabe has moved home so that he can work with the local police department and he wants to spend time with his kids, Aaron and Amy. They may both be grown up now, but that doesn’t mean that he doesn’t want to be around him. And if he sees Sue, well, that’s not a drawback. You see, it’s been decades since they were last together (22 years, but who’s counting?) and he still loves her. He’s always loved her. He will always love her. He’s pretty sure that Sue feels the same about him, somewhere deep down, but she has built all kinds of walls.
I really relate to Sue. Like I said, second chance romance here, but I get the whole loving someone for years but still being afraid of getting back with them because of what is going on with him. It can be really scary, and it’s a lot easier to be angry AF, and to yell at them. Then that anger turns into a habit, and you just can’t get away from it because it’s right there, and it’s just an easy habit.
I also relate to Gabe. Sue really does a lot of push/pull with him. I think that he’s always pretty upfront with her about what he wants and how he feels, but she’s playing games, sort of. I don’t think that she’s doing it on purpose. I think it just happens. She knows how she feels, but she fights it and hides it, so she really ends up spinning him around.
Of course, this is a Romcom, so there are some things in here that are funny AF, I mean I was laughing my ass right off, and my husband asked why, so I read him the section about jalapenos. It was just toooooo funny.
Like the rest of the books, it’s a quick read full of a lot of love and laughter. I love the Dynamic Duo on their own, and I really love them together. Ray and Ally are good friends and you can really tell it in their books. It makes for a nice flow in the books, I think.
Amy is really going to have fun in her class, I think. I can’t wait to see her story and how her parents handle it.
OK, that’s all I have to say on this one. Go check it out! Happy reading!