Fours Fathers Series by JD Hollyfield, Dani Renee, K Webster, & Ker Dukey
Blackstone (Four Fathers Book 1) by J.D. Hollyfield
This story probably my favorite out of all four books. I loved the lighter element that Hollyfield brought against her darker writing counterparts. She didn't stray from her talent and gave one hell of a story. While giving us a lighter story, we still had the sexy alpha male that so many love.
The chemistry and intensity between the hero and heroine pulled you in and the fact that Blackstone was not 100% perfect was just a bonus in their chemistry.
Great start to an intense series.
Kingston (Four Fathers Book 2) by Dani Rene´
This was the first full length story from author Dani Rene´ that I have read. I have read a couple of short pieces floating around the internet, but nothing as strong as Kingston.
While I really did enjoy Kingston's story, there was just something missing for me. Some small piece that I think could have been developed more, maybe? I'm not a writer, so I can't exactly pinpoint it.
Other than that it was a good story and I loved the way the author brought Kingston's personality to life.
Pearson (Four Fathers Book 3) By K Webster
I have always loved reading K Webster and never in my life thought I would want to give her book only 3 stars, but Pearson just didn't do it for me.
I'm use to Webster's taboo-ish treats and have no qualms about them and I love the alpha male who knows what he wants and can read his woman like no other.
However, there was just something about the cocky and prickish ways of Pearson that grated my nerves and pushed me to a point where I didn't want to finish his story. Often throughout the book it seemed he just wanted the girl to piss off everyone else.
Even though this book wasn't for me, I can't deny the impeccable writing that Webster gives to all of her stories.
Wheeler (Four Fathers Book 4) by Ker Dukey
I have to admit, this book made me nervous. Three out of four authors in this series were ones I have read and loved, but, as much as I hate to say it, only one of the books had really been a recommendable read for me. So, I didn't know what to expect from Dukey.
However, she totally flipped the switch on this one like she so often does. Wheeler brought a whole new level of twisted and wicked that you couldn't believe. The more I read, the more my mouth dropped in shock and I had to find out what insanity would come next.
Dukey is not way to shy away from the wicked characters and she brought it to full force with this one.
*WARNING* This book did end with a bit, okay a major cliffy, leading onto the announcement of Four Sons, which I am dying to read after this one!