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Dirty Daughter by [Duvane, JB]
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For the last eight years Dr. Max has been my mother's psychologist ... and her lover. But now that she's out of the way, I'm going to make him mine.


All my mother ever did was use Max.
Trading her own pathetic version of love to get her prescription drug fix.
I saw the way he used to look at me.
I know he wants me.
I’m a woman now…
and that bitch is finally out of my way.
So I’m taking what’s mine.
Look out, Dr. Max…
I’m coming.


My God, Emily looks just like her mother.
I can see the vulnerability in her eyes…
mixed with the womanly curves of her body.
That combination just about drives me out of my mind.
She thinks she’s playing me, just like her mother used to.
But Emily is in for a real surprise.
I know exactly what to do to make her all mine.
And once I get her to my secluded country estate,
I’m going to keep her there with me …
and never let her leave.

Dirty Daughter is a standalone romance of over 47,000 words and includes some sexual scenes that may not be suitable for everyone. It intended for adults only.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3782 KB
  • Print Length: 170 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XWD4M8L
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #135,635 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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2.0 out of 5 stars There's dark romance, and then there's just deranged 20 April 2017
By PointedlyBlunt - Published on
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Jeez, I certainly felt dirty reading this book, but not in a good way.

*Possibly Spoilers throughout*

18 y/o Emily has just graduated from boarding school and is now home to live with her abusive and drug/alcohol addicted mother, Amelia. Amelia is a highly successful.... something, no clue of her profession... living in a ginormous house all alone. Despite the large space, they still manage to run into one another and get into nasty fights.
Not long after her return, her mother *Spoiler* dies and Emily is left alone and drowning in her unexpected responsibilities. In comes Max, Amelia's long time psychiatrist/lover. Max's introduction into the story is really where the trouble begins.

First, the whole representation of the therapist/client relationship is poorly researched and inaccurate. Not just because Max is a creep, and he is super creepy, but since I had so many other problems with the story, I just overlooked those flaws when deciding my rating. Just be aware that they're there.

So, Emily has been in love with Max for three years, specifically since she witnessed him having sex with her mother. He "finished" whilst still keeping deep eye contact with her, a 15 year old girl. I guess you can chalk that up to, "well, maybe he's an exhibitionist and would've maintained eye-contact with anyone that caught him mid-bang session". Ah, but no, Max is quite clear in his POV that he was attracted to Emily at the time, even going so far as to say that basically he would be cool tapping her at that age.

But the ick just keeps on a'coming. That scene where Max is seen with Amelia comes up as a flashback about.... 7 times? I didn't count, but it's a lot. Too much, actually. I'm supposed to be reading about Max's relationship with Emily, and just keep getting his professions of love for Amelia and attraction to Emily whenever she acts like a child. Shouldn't that turn him off?
And then! He. Makes. Comparisons. "She's even better than her mother," he thinks about Emily as she's loving on his equipment. Come onnnnnn. I understand the book is supposed to be erotic and romantic, but stuff like that just comes off as unhealthy.

And the characters are really hard to like. Emily is immature and bratty, Max is a manipulative predator (more on that later). Emily is young, so her behavior is somewhat expected; she's desperate for love and Max is a good point of interest. In reality, she would go to a therapist, one that doesn't want to sleep with her, and come to realize that she's alone and scared and attaching herself to Max for the wrong reasons. Instead, Max takes advantage of her weakness for him. And apparently she's not the first. The descriptions are vague and little information is provided, but from what I could gather, Max is a dominant, and despite his relationship with Amelia, he needed a submissive to control. So, since Amelia was not into that, he would find patients with daddy and sex-abuse issues, keep them drugged, put them in his basement and rape them. Literally. And once he tired of them, he would send them to a mental hospital and recommend they be kept in isolation.

Max isn't a hero, he's a monster.

In the end, Emily has declared her love for Max. And Max has declared his love for Amelia, but hey, maybe he could learn to love Emily because he really cares for her and would love to do naughty things to her body. And Emily friggin accepts this. Gahhhhh.
With a storyline like this being labeled as romantic, you would expect some sort of resolution to all of this, right? Well, there's not. They've told each other *some* of their secrets, but he still doesn't love Emily and she's still immature and desperate to please him. There's almost no growth for the characters, so I find it hard to believe that anything would improve. Well, at least he won't have to go looking for another girl, put her into a zombie-like state and make her his sex slave. That's... progress, right??

Trigger warnings: references of incest, sexual abuse, sex between hero and women not the h, a scene that could be construed as cheating, and veiled acknowledgements of pedophilia.
3.0 out of 5 stars A little more details 21 May 2017
By Janee - Published on
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Wow kinda nuts! There is still a lot of questions I have about this story. I felt there stuff left unanswered. What to her father? Was there more to her mother? Did any Max's patients get any better after he screwed them up more? I would loved to know more, but it ended with them being happy with each other.
5.0 out of 5 stars HOT!! 9 June 2017
By yasp27 - Published on
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Omg!! This one was so good! First time reading this author. Loved it!!!
5.0 out of 5 stars this was a good read. i hope to see more from this 16 June 2017
By Lisa Anderson - Published on
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this was a good read . i hope to see more from this auther
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really good book!!! 1 April 2017
By Erika Jackson - Published on
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This dark romance novel is different from other books I have read. The story will grip you! This is the first time me reading from this author. Great work JB Duvane!!

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