Author: Normandie Alleman
Publisher: Stormy Night Publications
Rating: 5 *'s
Synopsis: When Kimberly’s boss, Charles, deploys to Iraq before she can admit that she’s fallen in love with him, she intends to do her best to let him go and move on with her life, but everything changes after Charles suffers a near-fatal injury and comes home temporarily to recuperate.
Wounded or not, Charles isn’t going to let a girl like Kimberly slip through his fingers, and he doesn’t hesitate to let her know how he feels. She responds beautifully to his dominant lovemaking, and her willingness to submit to him only increases his desire for her. But when duty sends Charles back overseas, will it tear them apart or can Kimberly’s love for her daddy withstand the storms of war until he comes home and she can be his little girl again?
Publisher’s Note: Becoming Daddy’s Girl is a stand-alone prequel set in the world of the Daddy’s Girl series, and it incorporates characters from the first three books in the series, Daddy Morebucks, Daddy’s Game, and Poor Little Daddy’s Girl. It includes spankings, sexual scenes, elements of BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.
My Review: Once again Alleman blows us away. She has the ability to suck us into her stories. We know for certain we'll cry, scream, kick, and definitely be turned on. Becoming Daddy's Girl is about longing and discovery. For Kimberly finding out her boss is leaving for Iraq leaves her devastated. She has longed to tell him of her true feelings but held back because of his personal situation.
When Charles almost dies after only being away for a short time he comes to realize that his heart has been with Kimberly all along. He craves to be the strong Daddy she wants. He knows that they can make if they can just survive an ocean away from each other.
Alleman has a unique writing style that focuses more on a story-line and feelings rather than the sex. The best part of this prequel is that we get a taste of other characters in the Daddy's series. I cannot wait to see what the next book will bring. As always, these can be read as standalone novels but you gather more from reading the series.