Book Review - BAD DAD by SLOANE HOWELL
Bad Dad is one of those reads that will have you all wrapped up in the storyline, the characters and the suspense of it all. Landon Lane what can I even say about him other then he's a bit mysterious, a lotta alpha, protective and he gives off this energy that you can't deny. Landon and Cora's relationship you could say is forbidden with her being his son's teacher. Their first encounter you could feel the chemistry there. Cause let me just say that Landon's appearance at the beginning makes an impact. Landon doesn't "people" and there are good reasons for that, one being that his main concern is the safety of his son and his need for his past to stay in the past. But Cora is someone he can't seem to stay away from. These two just connect, their passion in this book is hot. Cora's family life is also less than ideal and at times I honest to gawd was hoping that she would punch someone. This book really has it all. There are some heart stopping moments that will have you wondering which way the story is going to go. I will say that there were times where I said to myself. OH HELL this is not happening right now. As the book goes on this story ramps up it intensity until everything comes to a head. And let me tell you that at one particular point in this book I lost my cool because I didn't see something coming and it left me shocked and a little bit ragey if I'm honest. Luckily Sloane fixes it for me, LOL. A great read full of hot chemistry, intense moments and characters that you will definitely fall for. I'm hoping a certain terminator like character will get a book. I'll just leave this hint lingering in case Mr. Howell sees this review.
My son is my life. Nothing on earth matters but him. Soon, I’ll have to send him out into society. The cruel machine that gnashes innocence and spits out the hollowed remains of a child’s imagination. It’s a place I know all too well, considering my past. I’ve worked hard to separate myself from it, but it looms in the back of my mind—waiting for the perfect moment to strike. My son, Logan, wants to have birthday parties, make friends, play at the park—all the normal things that seven-year olds want to do. All the things I want to do with him. I’ve put up walls around our life to shield us from danger. Giant barriers to ward off possible threats. Cora Chapman crashes through them like a wrecking ball. She’s intelligent and hilarious with soft curves and a spark that ignites a flame deep inside of me. There’s only one problem—she’s Logan’s teacher. When my past wraps its tentacles around my throat and threatens to strangle the breath from my lungs, I’m given an option—fight for my family’s freedom, or die as they’re stripped away from me. I can’t lose. I won’t lose. My name is Landon Lane and I am a warrior.