Quick Shots of Romance in October will have a theme of the Dark hero.  Maybe these are antiheroes, grumpy men with a dark past,  the unexpected hero.  In keeping with this theme on this episode Leah and Becky  are reviewing Little Dove by Layla Frost.   

Synopsis:  From Good Reads  

Where do I begin? 
 
Oh. Yeah. 
 
Once upon a time. 
 
Isn’t that how all good fairy tales start? 
 
And Maximo and I, we were definitely a fairy tale. 
 
Not the cleaned-up, sanitized ones where life’s problems were solved with a smile and a song. We were the old-school kind. The twisted tales packed with murder, violence, and tragic beginnings. 
 
Okay, so maybe we weren’t a traditional fairy tale. After all, Maximo was more villain than prince. He was scarily sexy. Devilishly charming. Controlling, possessive, and dangerous. 
 
Especially when it came to me. 
 
His little dove. 
 
And heaven help anyone who tried to free me from my gilded cage. 
 
Warning: Recommended for readers 18+. This book features graphic language, sex, violence, and a Daddy obsessed with his little dove. If this doesn’t sound like your kind of fairy tale, this may not be the book for you. 

Release Date: August 25, 2020 

Trope: anti- hero, billionaire, underground, Vegas, daddy kink, erotica, BDSM, taboo, kiddnapping as a love language, possesive hero, virgin heroine, age- gap 

Put out percentage:  30%  

CW- on page violence,  drug use- not main characters, Kidnapping,  

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