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Some lines should never be crossed.
But sometimes the temptation is too good to resist…
 
Mason Black was everything to me: my father, my provider, my protector. But then one day, he vanished, leaving me lost and alone.
 
I was devastated.
 
Years later, just when I thought I had put the pieces of my life together, my world splintered apart again. Everything I thought I knew about my biological father and Mason’s role in my life? Turns out, it was all a lie. Every. Last. Word.
 
Now Mason’s back.
 
However, he offers no excuses, no explanations. He just wants me to be what he claims I’ve always been: his little girl.
 
But the ache inside me won’t be denied. The longing I feel isn’t one of a little girl who misses her father.
 
No.
 
I need Mason to be more than just a father figure.
 
More than a loving protector.
 
I need him to be my Daddy.
 
Author’s Note: Brace yourself for a twisty, forbidden romance so deliciously devious, it’ll tie you up by your heartstrings and then drag you along for the ride. Please be aware that this novella contains depictions of sexual activity within a highly taboo older man/younger woman relationship, in addition to brief discussions of past sexual abuse. Like my Quick and Dirty Reads, it features a guaranteed melt-your-heart ending. However, unlike those shorter stories, this book is NOT a light-hearted romp.

If you’re a fan of very taboo older man/younger woman pairings, broody, protective Daddy figures, and contemporary Gothic vibes, then this book was tailor-made for your Kindle.

The word “Dark” is in the title for a reason, folks. Please read responsibly.

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