Ava Sinclair-Stern Daddy

Oh my ducklings, this book witnesses the end of an era. There will be no more Ava Sinclair Daddy books. This is very last one. And she’s chosen to go out with a good one. So, let’s get into Stern Daddy.

Lindsey has a relatively good job. The problem is that she has a bad habit of living beyond her means. She never really learned how to manage her money. When her father had money he would help her out, which meant that she never had to learn how to bail herself out. Now, she’s buried under her debts, close to losing her apartment, and having a hard time buying groceries. So, she’s decided to do something about that. She decided to put an ad out on Craig’s List looking for a sugar daddy. She can still look like she’s in her younger 20s and she can accentuate it if she dresses younger. She’s spent several weeks talking to Silas, a nice older man. Now, it’s time to go meet him.

Silas’ limo has come to pick her up, and Lindsey is a wee bit rude to the driver. Well, I say wee bit… He tries to warn her that Silas is an old fashioned kind of guy, but she just tells him to be quiet and that she’s sure his employer doesn’t want him gossiping. When she gets to the huge house, and meets an older man who she is told is Silas. So, are you seeing the set up here?

Yup, the “driver” was really Silas, and he’s not an older man, and oh yeah, since he owns the company she works at, he’s her boss. When he tells her that she’s not leaving because he’s going to teach her a lesson, she threatens to call the cops. He tells her that he knows her criminal background, so she’s blackmailed into staying.

So, here we are again. Silas was hot and cold and it’s hard on Lindsey. I can’t blame her for anything she does. Sometimes he’s a very good Daddy and is very caring, sometimes he is really kind of stand-offish. No wonder she’s so confused about how she feels and how he feels about her. He’s kind of prickish about that, and I wanted to dropkick him. But, no character is perfect and conflict makes the character and relationship grow and the story advance.

Before we go to spoilers, I want to share my fave section of this book. “An unwitting young woman blackmailed into captivity by a tall, handsome stranger who keeps her as a child? It sounds like the imaginings of some kinky romance novelist.” I laughed my ass off. I couldn’t explain what was so funny to my husband, but I laughed and laughed.


I legit love Lindsey and how she stands up for herself. She doesn’t let Silas pawn her off. She doesn’t let him buy her off. When he talks to her about coming back, she draws lines and holds him to the boundaries that she needs. That is so awesome. So, very awesome.

OK, that’s all I have to say about this one today.


Ava Sinclair-Fire Bride

Ava Sinclair has brought us back to her Drakoryan world and back to Lyla and her 4 mates, Imryth, Zelki, Drogros, and Tythos in Fire Bride.

Now, remember, in an RH, there isn’t always group sex. It’s more about the relationship that each hero has with the heroine and what needs of hers they happen to meet. Some RH books have group sex in them, not all of the ones I’ve read do. Ava’s Drakoryan books don’t have any kind of group sex. It would upset the boys too much to watch anyone else go at their bride, even if it’s a brother.

In Sacrifice, the seer had a vision that Lyla would have an important part to play in the upcoming war and that her mates shouldn’t keep any secrets from her. However, there’s a problem with that. For all that they know that they shouldn’t keep secrets from her, that doesn’t mean that they aren’t. Villages are being destroyed but they don’t want to tell Lyla that the ancient enemy is coming back. Zelki is all for letting her know what’s going on, but the other boys aren’t so sure. Drogros, as the oldest one, keeps telling them that nope, they are keeping it a secret. They are trying very hard to make sure that she’s occupied with them and with keeping her home. What they don’t know is that Lyla kind of hates it. She wants to know so many things, and she’s not like the other brides who are all into their children and their homes and their families. She can fake it well, though.

Lyla knows that something is up with her mates, they all seem just a little off, but they keep telling her everything is fine. There’s a big council meeting coming up to their house, so now she’s busy working on making sure that everything is up to the high standards required to impress everyone else. But she finds out things that show she’s being lied to.

OK, it’s that time. I really like Lyla. She isn’t afraid to stand up for what she believes and to fight for what needs to happen. She’s definitely a warrior in her own right, even if she doesn’t do it the same way her mates do. They really do need her. I’m really looking forward to War Bride to advance the story so we can find out what more is going on.


I loved that the witches needed to see Lyla and that she got to see them, even if it wasn’t normal for a Bride to show up there. It just shows how important that Lyla is in the greater scheme of things. And without her pushing and pushing, certain things wouldn’t have happened. So, yay Lyla.

The next book is going to be very interesting. I can’t wait for a continuation of the story, even if we have a different group at the forefront.

That’s all for today. Happy reading!

Ava Sinclair-Sacrifice

We have a new Ava Sinclair book today. Ava has been spoiling us a lot lately. Today’s book is a move away from her spanko books and out into the reverse harem genre. See, I told you I had some coming through in the near future, didn’t I?

Anyway, not only do we have a RH, we also have dragon shifters, so seriously, the best of all the worlds all over, right? In Sacrifice, we have Lyla, who is a human villager. Her world is ruled by dragons. The dragons limit how much food can be grown by burning everything growable outside of the tightly proscribed fields. If the people screw up, then they are at risk of having their entire fields or village burned down. The dragons ask for one thing. They ask for a sacrifice of the most beautiful young woman in the village.

When Lyla doesn’t make it into the priestesshood, it’s obvious that she’s going to end up being the sacrifice. She gets prepared for the sacrifice and then taken to the altar and tied around the ankle to the altar so that she can’t jump off and kill herself.

Up flies the dragon. He is Lord Drogros Fra’hir, eldest son of Rymoth. He battled his brothers so that he could be the one to get her from her village and to be the one who claims her first. You see, in his people, all the brothers take one bride. So after his time with Lyla, he introduces her to his brothers, Zelki, Tythos, and Imryth, and explains to her that they are also her mates.

Each brother takes her separately. They all have different personalities and each meets some need of Lyla’s. More than that, their cocks are phenomenal. I mean, they give Lyla the GOOD D.

OK, so, good first book of a new series. I like where I see this going. I think that Lyla is going to give her boys a run for their money and I think they are going to underestimate her, but I think that overall, she will bring all kinds of good change.


I do think the boys should pay a lot more attention to Lyla and what’s going on in her head. She’s not going to be happy with them over-protecting her in any way. She’s going to do what she’s going to do, and if they keep trying to protect her, they are going to miss that. I can’t wait to see what happens with the next one, which is already up for pre-sale and will be out next month, so watch this space.

OK, that’s all for today. Go check this one out!


Ava Sinclair-Rugged Daddy

Ava Sinclair has once again brought us one of her big, bad, Alpha, loving, and caring Daddies. This Rugged Daddy is a mountain man who is in an isolated cabin up in the mountainy woods, complete with a bearskin rug.

Eva is on the run. She stole from her employer and is now trying to get as far away from him as possible. He creeps her out and she’s afraid of what will happen if he finds her. So, she decides that she will take to the woods to get away from him, even if it’s in the middle of winter. She’s pretty experienced as an outdoorswoman, so she should have no problem hiking out to another town a few towns away and then getting transportation out from there. It’s a great plan, right up until she falls down, hits her head, and hurts herself. She crawls into a cave and curls up into herself, shivering, cold, and disoriented. None of these things are good for survival in the middle of winter.

Zane has dedicated his life to the outdoors and protecting it. These days, he lives out in the back of beyond, with little to no human interaction. The rangers come check on him occasionally, but most of the time, he’s by himself. One day, when he’s out checking his trap lines, he sees a flash of color that shouldn’t be where it is in the middle of winter. When he goes to check it out, he finds Eva curled up in a cave. He carries her back to his cabin the woods (spoooooooky), and begins to nurse her back to health.

When she finally wakes up, Eva lies to Zane about her name, because she’s afraid. He hands her some old-fashioned drawers, complete with drawers instead of panties, because that’s all he has. He tells her what’s happening and gets her story, full of omissions and half-truths. When she tries to leave, after being told it’s not safe, Zane has to take her in hand and lay down the law to her.

While Daddy Dom stories and spanking kind of go hand in hand, this one tends to be somewhat lighter on the spanking and punishment than some other stories in this genre do. They do still happen, but Zane seems to fall more on nurturing than punishing, even though he will when she does unsafe things. I really enjoyed that dynamic. I like the wide variety of DD/lg/age play stories out there and how they may all be the same dynamic but each couple handles it differently. Pretty awesome, right? Zane also listens to Eva’s worries and they work together towards a solution instead of him just unilaterally laying down the law.


Zane’s lovely little cabin in the mountainy woods. Don’t you kinda want to be there? Imagine the fantastic view.

So, I love how Zane’s backstory and Eva’s backstory connect up and weave in and out of each other. They each have some kind of impact on each other in the past without knowing each other. That’s pretty awesome, right?

And I’m pretty sure that no one should ever underestimate the marvels of modern plumbing and coffee shops on every corner. Around here, they are all Dunkin’ Donuts, because New England runs on Dunkin’, so that’s what I imagine they see when they want to go out for coffee.

OK, that’s enough for this one. Ava has kindly gifted us with a brand new story coming out on Saturday. This one is an RH. I’ll have that one on my blog too. I’m very excited.


Ava Sinclair-Big Daddy

For some reason, I really enjoy reading DD/lg and age play stories lately. So, when Ava Sinclair, who has written some beautiful books in this genre comes out with a new one, I have to be all over that. Big Daddy is her newest entry into the genre, and I thought it was a great story.

Jill is a hot mess. She drinks to the point of blacking out on a regular basis. She has burned through job and job after job. Her best friend and roommate has reached her breaking point.

One day, Jill wakes up at home, but she doesn’t remember what happened and how she got back home. All she knows is that she is home, her clothes are neatly folded, and she’s pretty sure she didn’t have sex. She tells her roommate that she doesn’t feel well and doesn’t want to go out. Her roommate gets pissed off at her because she’s once again gotten drunk to the point of blacking out. She tells Jill that she is sick of all the drinking and that she’s not going to carry Jill again is she somehow blows her job. Jill needs to suck it up and straighten up. One way to do that is for Jill to do really well at this huge presentation.

When she gets to work on Monday, Max Iver is there. He gives all the women at the office the screaming thigh sweats. He’s hot, he’s rich, and he’s the perfect daddy. Everyone wants to be his friend. Her presentation is for him.

Max went to a PR agency to get a new ad blitz for his company. He wants something that will attract younger people. Jill has worked really hard on a presentation that she thinks will work for him. Sadly, it’s not what he wants and he tells her so. When Max tells Jill that, she goes off on a tear and ends up getting fired.

As she’s walking out the door and to her car, she gets a message on her phone. A video of her, boozily answering questions. She also gets a message telling her to be in a certain place at a certain time. When she gets there, Max is there and he tells her that she needs a Daddy and he makes her an offer. She can come live with him and he will take care of her, including helping her to get her life back under control.

OK, now it’s time to choose your own adventure. I’m going to go one way, you can go the other, or you can follow me, it depends on you. Max is a good Daddy and he does take really good care of Jill. He spanks her as necessary and rewards her as necessary. One of my favorite things about Max and Jill is that they both push each other to be better and do better. You don’t always see that, but it made me really like their relationship because that’s the way a real relationship works. It’s a lovely relationship, in my opinion.

fine house

Just a warning, if you don’t want spoilers, definitely pass the next paragraph up.

One way in which Jill pushes Max to do better is that she pushes him to meet with estranged family. There is a lot of pain surrounding family in Max’s life and he really doesn’t want to handle it, but Jill makes him do it and it’s better for everyone involved. It fit in really well with the story for her to do that and for him to listen to her. It wouldn’t work in every story, but it does here.

I love that Max pushes Jill to be more responsible and that she is able to talk to people in her past who she may have hurt and is able to apologize and tell them that they were right to do what they did. That takes a lot of emotional maturity and not everyone can get to that point, no matter how old they are, so for Jill to go from where she was to that point is pretty amazing.

OK, that’s all I have to do for today. Go check out all Ava Sinclair’s book and find out why I like to read them so much. See you next week! Meanwhile, happy reading!


Ava Sinclair-His to Corrupt

I really enjoy reading Ava Sinclair’s books and own several of them. I’m working on having all of them. She has menage, she has age play, she has dark, she has sexy, so yeah, I have her books. Today, I’m writing about her newest one, a contemporary romance, His to Corrupt.

HtC is part of her Completely His series, which is all contemporary romances full of Alpha men and the women they love. I have a soft spot for this one. That’s because it’s really easy to see myself in the role of the heroine because she has my name. See how that worked out for me?

Anyhow, to the book!

Clara is the quiet one of her friends, Macy and Lara. She doesn’t go out and party a lot, she doesn’t drink a lot, she doesn’t really date that much. She recently got out of a relationship with a rather boring, average guy. Her friends really only keep her around so that they look better by comparison. I don’t like her friends all that much. Mostly because, well, mostly because…

Anyhow, one night, her friends drag her out to a slightly illegal bar out in the bad part of town’s bad part. Her friends know that they can hook up while they are there. However, when a guy sends a drink to the table, it’s to Clara and not her friends, which kind of shocks them. Clara turns it down and fakes going to the bathroom so that she can leave. However, Gus, the nasty guy, has other ideas. The bouncer saves her and kicks her out. When things get worse, the bouncer turns out to be the owner, Jackson.

Jackson isn’t necessarily a nice guy. Afterall, he spent time in jail and he runs a tough bar that makes other tough bars look tame. He’s also not a relationship kind of guy. But when he meets Clara, there’s just something about her that he can’t refuse. After a dramatic rescue, he asks her out to dinner, which she agrees to.

OK, you know what time it is. This is a relatively quick read but packed full of all kinds of goodness. We got crazy, crazy sex, nasty people, hypocrites, and an HEA. It’s on the dark-ish side. I wouldn’t call it black, but it is gray, for sure. There is a lot of bad language and a lot of sex. Did I mention the hot sex? I highly recommend any of Ava’s books, especially if you like sexy, kinky sex.



OK, first of all, I kind of get mad at Jackson sometimes. It seems to me that he doesn’t always take the time to listen to Clara or look at her POV. However, most of the time I’m all good when it comes to him.

I’ll tell you the ones that I’m really mad at, and that’s the hypocrites in the book, mostly all the ones at Clara’s school. They hold her to insane standards. I mean, they want her to be the Virgin Mary for a Christmas pageant since she’s so goodie good. Clara is teaching her class about The Scarlet Letter, and I think that there are some parallels between the books. Like Hester, people were ready to judge Clara without even really knowing her, and they were perfectly happy to shame her.

I also don’t like Macy. I didn’t like her at all from the very beginning since she just seemed like she wanted to keep Clara like a pet and to make her feel better about herself since all the guys came to her. And she did something really fucking nasty. Like I said, I don’t like her.

OK, that’s all I have to say today. We have some amazing stories coming up, including one in which Anna Zaires tries to kill me. Meanwhile, happy reading!



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