GAHHHHHHHH! This freaking boooook. Ugh I am such a sucker for an age-gap romance and add a forbidden spin to this and I want it over-and-over. I’ve actually gone ahead and done that. Read it over-and-over again.
Tempest, aka Pest, meets a young man named Maddox while volunteering in underdeveloped countries. Pest doesn’t have much in the way of family, and her relationship with Maddox develops into a very strong friendship during their time overseas.
During a lull in their volunteering efforts, Maddox decides it is time to visit his father and invites Pest to tag along. But what Pest doesn’t expect is for Maddox’s father to be sexy as f*ck.
Sargent is a wealthy business owner who runs a logistics company and whose love life motto is “love ’em and leave ’em” due to a nasty divorce from Maddox’s drug-addicted mother.
Sargent isn’t very nice to Pest in the beginning as he’s trying to fight off his attraction for her as a courtesy to his son, who he is convinced is in love with Pest. But after their repeated encounters, the two finally give into their chemistry.
Tempest: I f*cking love Tempest. She’s a bad-ass babe who is covered with tattoos and piercings, but also has a heart of gold. She’s not one of those characters whose sordid past makes them weak or vulnerable. She takes that trauma and spins it into a positive outlet by helping others in need. I kinda wish I was her because she’s so adventurous and fearless. Like I said, f*cking bad-ass.
Sargent Wolfe: Wolfe is all of my sexy, older man fantasies come to freaking life. He’s my true book-boyfriend and I cannot get enough of him. He’s kind of a perv (same) and I LIVE for it! Due to his past, his initial view on Pest is kind of dick-ish but as they develop and learn more about one another, you see that his douchey attitude is more of a defense mechanism than anything.
Let’s Talk About (the) Sexy, Baby!
SPLOOSH! This book is seriously one of the sexiest books I’ve read and what’s truly beautiful about it, is the story is captivating as well. I say that because Sargent is basically my walking book-boyfriend wet dream. While some may be turned off by this story, it was HOT HOT HOT for me.
It would be so easy to lay her down, remove her shorts, and push into her. I bet she’d be so tight and warm, wet and willing. Her raspy sexy-as-sin voice will whimper in my ear as I bury my cock all the way to the hilt.
From their initial sex scene, to all of those that come through, this book is basically spank-bank material. Wolfe’s (evident) experience plus Pest’s willingness to try just about anything is a combination for some seriously steamy scenes.
As she’s reeling, smiling up at the ceiling, I crawl up her body and she cups my face with both hands.
I normally hate that, hate the romantic touches that you only see in movies, hate the kissing faces, the whispered seductions. But with her it’s different, it feels different.
After reading His Father, I basically went on an A.E. Murphy TEAR. Here writing style isn’t over complicated and her ability to describe and develop characters makes her one of my all-time favorite authors. Anytime an author can use inner monologues to help enhance the story only makes me like those characters more. Like you’re seeing the reality of the character, not just hearing their story. Murphy uses inner monologues as a weapon to improve her storytelling and I love it.