Sunday, September 28, 2014

My Sugar Daddy by Trinity Blacio


Title: My Sugar Daddy
Author: Trinity Blacio
Publisher: Elloras Cave
Genre and Pairing:Paranormal and M/F, M/F/M, M/M/F/M
Page Count:118 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Struggling single mother Laura McGill figures she has nothing to lose and everything to gain when she impulsively signs up online to meet a sugar daddy. After losing her virginity to a two-timing married man, she’s out to find security for herself and her infant son Max—and hopefully a man she can love.
Brothers Daniel and Grant Wilmot are handsome and rich—and seeking a Rubenesque beauty whose lush curves will cushion their hard loving. Leaders of a security team comprising former Special Forces operatives and a dating website that serves as a cover for their military activities, Daniel and Grant—and another brother, Roman—are smitten by Laura’s generous proportions and sweet manner.
But before the relationship can get too far, a classified government project goes awry—and the Wilmot brothers are forced to pick up the pieces. But will Laura reject them when she learns the truth of the secret they carry?





Review
I loved the premise Ms. Blacio gave us in Sugar Daddy.  The dual purpose was unique and quite enjoyable.  I loved the fact these military men wanted someone who wasn’t a size 2.  I loved that the men enjoyed a woman with curves and weren’t ashamed of that fact.  I also loved that Ms. Blacio took a contemporary notion and twisted it into an enjoyable sci-fi story.  I sincerely hope that she will continue with more stories from this world because while Daniel, Grant and Roman got their woman, their brethren have not.  I am also waiting to find out what happens next.  That isn’t to say that Ms. Blacio did not give us a complete story, she did I just loved this world and want to see more.
Now back to this one.  Ms. Blacio tends to write about strong female characters willing to do whatever it takes for friends and family and Laura was not the exception.  I loved just how much she was willing to do to give her son a better life.  I adored the men she ended up with, even if they were more than she expected.  I will say that Ms. Blacio moved this story along quickly but somehow it fit.  Laura found herself in a difficult situation and tried to find a balance she could accept.  I loved how real Ms. Blacio made it feel even as it stretch the boundaries of reality.
I love Ms. Blacio’s imagination and the subtle twists she takes in each of her stories.  She gives me strong female and male characters, plops them into fantastical situations and makes me believe.  With Sugar Daddy she not only made me believe but clamor for more!


                            Five Shooting Stars !!




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