The DILF by London Hale (Temperance Falls #2)
Released: May 16, 2017
Reviewed by Mandi
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.
I recently reviewed Daddy’s Best Friend, which was a fun little novella about an eighteen year old falling for her dad’s forty-ish year old friend. It had a taboo feel to it that made it extra dirty. This book features the dad and his daughter’s best friend. So now we have two 18/40-ish couples – maybe they can vacation together and such?
This book fell more flat for me than book one, I think because it’s pretty much the same set-up. But in this one, the fact that the age difference isn’t stressed as much. When Genesis (or Gen) mom gets into a bad car accident, Gen moves in with Brandon so she doesn’t have to live alone. Gen, sprawled out on his couch, is too much for Brandon to handle. He can’t even concentrate anymore!
Thirteen days of nothing but work, whiskey, and jacking off left me feeling as if I could explode at any moment. I’d been snapping at my assistant, running my team into the ground every day, and avoiding my own home like the plague. What the fuck was wrong with me?
Oh, that’s right. I wanted to go balls deep until I had a woman the same age as my daughter screaming my name. That was what.
They fall fast and hard, and then Gen gets upset because Brandon has to work so much. For a pretty short novella, this needed to be fleshed out more. Gen came across as bit whiny. Their relationship goes from 0 to 100 so fast, it was hard to understand Gen’s reasoning as she had just started dating him.
Book one held more dirty fun – this one didn’t quite do it for me. Book three is Nanny with Benefits – yeah I’ll be reading.