Review: The DILF

Review: The DILFThe DILF (Temperance Falls: Experience Counts, #2) by London Hale
Series: Temperance Falls #2
Published by London Hale on May 16, 2017
Genres: Contemporary, Erotica
Pages: 106

FINAL DECISION: I have to admit that I was disappointed. I was recommended these books, but this one didn’t interest me at all. Nothing was particularly good or exciting about the story.

THE STORY: Genesis is the best friend of Brandon’s eighteen-year-old daughter. When the two end up spending time together, the heat between them takes over, but a relationship between them, along with being complicated as Brandon is twice Genesis’s age, the potential scandal threatens Brandon’s career.

OPINION: This book just was boring. There didn’t seem to be any reason for these two to get together or (once they decided to get together) to stay apart. If the story intended to lean on sex, that was pretty boring as well. In fact, I liked this one even less than the first book in the series because it made no sense for Brandon to be concerned about his daughter’s reaction when she was in a relationship with Brandon’s best friend. I don’t mind a quickie book based on a trope that is hot and superficial, but this book didn’t have anything to distinguish it.

WORTH MENTIONING: This is a short story of about 70 pages.

CONNECTED BOOKS: THE DILF is the second book in the Temperance Falls series. The story can be read as a standalone.

STAR RATING: I give this book 2 stars.

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