Review | Dad’s Best Friend

Dad’s Best Friend

By: Amy Brent

I’ll work for my dad’s best friend. But he’s going to work on me.

My parents invite Cole to my party, and to my surprise, he shows up with a check for $10,000.

“For you, gorgeous,” he says, kissing me on the cheek.

I’ll never forget how his soft lips brushed against my cheek.

I can still smell that s*xy cologne on his skin.

When he accepts to take me on as his personal assistant, I decide he has to be my first.

Because no one will be able to make me feel the way Cole does.


I know the rules: Never fall for your employees.

And never ever think about f*cking Violet.

Because…I’m her dad’s best friend.

He trusted me to protect her from other men.

And I am jacking off in the shower thinking about her.

I’m the one staring at her taut curves.

I’m enjoying her company more than I should, and not in an entirely professional way.

Well, I can sense trouble coming.

But first, I am going to make her come.




This is the first book by Amy  Brent that I have read and I got to say I liked it.  This was a pretty good story and it flowed effortlessly.  I am curious to see what else she has out and see if they are as good as this one.

 In this book 22-year-old Violet has a secret crush on her dad’s 42-year-old best friend Cole.  In an effort to get in his sights she begs her dad to ask Cole to hire her as an intern to gain work experience.  Her dad is not real happy with the idea, since he likes to keep a tight leash on her, but he relents and does it. Cole is not happy either, but will do it for her father.  The problem is he can’t stop thinking about her and her luscious curves.  What will he do and how will he survive working so closely with her?

This book had a good storyline with a few twists here and there.  The characters were developed and engaging.  I love virgin vs CEO stories.  This one being about a friend of the virgins father made for a nice twist and was highly entertaining.  It was a pretty good page turner.  If you are looking for a hot and steamy read with a bit of a twist, then I suggest this book to you.

*ARC provided by Amy Brent     4 Star review  08ab2-4stars




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