We’re back with another Sara book. This time she has brought Daddy along with her, and he is ready to see us any time now. Shall we talk about Blush For Daddy so that we don’t upset him?
Keri is the daughter of a mobster. Her father signed a contract for her to marry the son of another mob family so that he can get more powers. She doesn’t want to marry him. She is just barely an adult, and she has pretty much spent her entire life under her father’s thumb. So, on the day that she is tasting cakes and trying on dresses for her wedding, which is literally the next day, she tells her dad she doesn’t want to get married. Well, that doesn’t go down all that well with her old man, because he informs her that she’s expendable and she will either get married or he’ll kill her. Yeah, her dad is a perfect example of kind and loving parenting. They get home, and Keri remembers something she heard about a guy named Jaxon and how he can fix issues. Her BFF knows him and can get Keri in to see him.
So, Jaxon. Well, he’s a very powerful man and he’s a helluva fixer. He’s also a Daddy, and he likes nothing more than to spank naughty little girls’ bottoms. He will help people, but there is always some kind of price. Lovely teenage Keri shows up and tells him what’s happening. She tells him that her dad hurt her and that he told her that he would kill her. Keri also told Jaxon that she talked to her fiance, whom she has never really met, and that he made some terrible threats. Jaxon leaves, to make some phone calls, and then comes back to tell Keri that part of what she said was a lie, and he was going to spank her for lying. And oh yeah, she’d be calling him Daddy while he did it. Which did happen, but then Keri ran.
This book doesn’t happen all at the same time. There are some gaps in between the encounters that Keri and Jaxon have. I think that it works really well that way, becauseKeri really did need time to mature and grow up. She was able to go out and make something of herself and to get experience in the world which she wouldn’t have been able to get under her father or as a married woman.
I like Keri most of the time. I understand the anger and pride she has over what is going on. I also get the urge to lie to Jaxon when she’s asking for help. The more that she can show that terrible things are happening, the more pathetic she makes herself look, the more in need she looks, and the more likely she is to get the help. Tell the truth, it’s something that we’ve all done in the past. We make ourselves look more targeted or more hurt or more whatever so that we can get the help we are asking for. It’s kind of human nature, so I’m not going to blame her for acting like that. She wasn’t doing it to be malicious, really.
I think, in general, that Keri is a pretty strong person. She has gone through a whole lot of crap, just in growing up with her father, and she did fight through that to go on to make something of herself.
I think Jaxon is a really interesting guy. He’s powerful, smart, devious, and deviant af. He has some really interesting ideas, and he has no problem putting any of them into play. Most of them are pretty much hot AF too.
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