DRUNK BOY BY AUBRIE LEE
Was it a push from above, or just too many shots?
We were both drunk, that’s my excuse. He had just broken up with his fiancé, that’s his excuse. But we both want to do it again.
Miguel Mancinelli isn't anybody's idea of a typical Daddy. He's twenty-two years younger than Dallas Coulter. He's physically bigger, but too rough around the edges to take care of anyone, but himself and his nightclub. Yet, the day they meet everything changes… can they really blame it on the drinks?
From the get go I didn't like Miguel or Dallas as characters. I found myself stopping often to do something else before coming back to DRUNK BOY by AUBRIE LEE.
Fundamentally there was nothing wrong with the story but around the third time Miguel and Dallas began to have sex I found myself putting the book down and starting this review.
From what I read I can tell you that if you enjoy Daddy / Boy relationships DRUNK BOY is probably for you.
Miguel had all the power from the beginning from what I could tell even if Dallas tried to stand his ground from time to time in a bid for control.
Over all, what I read was cute. The story was clearly well developed.
I can't say why I wasn't captivated by DRUNK BOY.
Maybe the writing was too stiff. Maybe I just don't enjoy the power dynamic. Either way, I couldn't finish Drunk Boy.
Aubrie Lee is the sexy minded alter ego of a very normal, a tad boring, always smiling mid-twenties woman. At first glance, you would never believe that she is capable of not only fantasizing but writing all the funny, steamy stories that are always lurking inside her mind.
Aubrie is a true believer that Love is love, and her many characters will be showing that with lots of giggles and HEA's, that's guaranteed.
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