Kara Kelley-Biker Daddy

So, Kara Kelley has combined a story that is a MC book and a Daddy book in Biker Daddy. You might not think that those things combine together to make a great story, but Kara made it work. I really love how it works together. Although, I’m going to say that the MC isn’t the main thrust of the story, the Daddy stuff is the main trope in the series, but the MC stuff does overshadow everything and help to force some of the decisions that are made during the book.

Here’s the story. When he was 12, Drew was out with his dad, who was the Prez of the Skull Grinders, acting as lookout. Daddy dearest and his minions are there to make an example of a guy who has screwed them over. But Drew saw someone coming and hollers, which means that bystander got killed. Drew tried to save his life, and manages to hide the guy’s kid, but leaves his bloody handprint on the kid’s arm. Even though he didn’t do anything, he’s the one who took the fall, so he ends up spending 4 years in juvenile detention and then has to go do some probation, which he does as a leader at a camp for troubled boys. When he was there, Ray, the owner, asked him to watch over his neice, Addianna.

Addianna fell in love with Drew and her first kiss was with her, but then he broke her heart and left things in a flaming heap. So she has spent the years since then hating Drew. But when she finds out that her Uncle Ray, who is now a world-famous and prominent artist, has died, she knows that she has to go take care of everything. That’s just what she does. And when she finds out that there was someone living with her uncle, she never thought that Drew would be that person.

I felt sorry for Addi, but not because of Drew. All through the book, she’s getting calls and texts from her dad, looking for things because he can’t life on his own. She’s there, dealing with her beloved uncle’s death, in fact, her father’s brother, grieving and planning for the funeral, and for all her dad knows, she’s dealing with this all on her own, and he’s fucking calling her because he can’t find his TV remote, which you know is just sitting there next to him, or he can’t find his glasses, which are on his face. You can tell that she’s been parenting her dad since she was little and she’s been adulting for way too long. It’s no wonder that Drew’s Daddy works so well for her. She’s able to let go and let someone else take control. OK, it’s hard for her to let go, but having someone else have that control and cherish her makes her feel so good. That’s part of the whole DD/lg age play thing. The sub can be that little person inside of them and their Daddy can handle the adult stuff, but when she needs to be an adult, Daddy is right there standing beside her because that’s what Daddies do. They take control when necessary, but they know when to let their little girls be women and handle their shit.

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OMG, seriously, who leaves their 16-year-old daughter to make the decision on whether or not they should pull the life support for their other parent? I could get it if her dad were dead or otherwise incapacitated, but nope. He’s alive and right there even. Ugh. What a turdblossom.

And Layla is just gross from the get go. It’s obvious that she’s trying to make Trevor jealous and she’s just using Drew to do that. I’m sorry for Brent, getting trapped in that mess.

I love who comes to the rescue at the end. It just shows that what goes around comes around and that you never know what one choice you have made in your life will grow and change your life.

Anyway, that’s all I have to say on this one. I really did love it. Go check it out on the Zon and tell me what you think. Happy reading!

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