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Review //\\ Henry by Raisa Greywood

Henry (Dad Bod Doms #2)

by Raisa Greywood

Wow, I’ve not read a Raisa Greywood book before but she is very definitely on my radar now!

The Dad Bod Doms series had really caught my eye – as an more mature reader it was great to see a set of books dealing with the impact of growing older, having kids and trying to balance everything. I decided to buy all the books, and I’m so glad I did. Henry is such a wonderful story, full of emotion, full of the truth of growing older in ANY type of sexual relationship, not just a kink one.

I have to say that at first I felt the title character was getting off lightly, that Natalie forgave his stupid action, or reaction, following her debut art show. I think I personally would have been angry for longer. However as the story progressed he acknowledge repeatedly that he had behaved stupidly and he realised how lucky he was at how forgiving Natalie was. Harry wasn’t afraid to recognise, accept and learn from his mistakes, and I loved how his sole focus was in making Natalie happy.

This was a “can’t put it down” read for me. I fell into it’s pages and lived the story. It was at times emotionally intense, ranging from lust, to anger, to sadness, to longing and everywhere in between. I wish I could unread this books, just so I could enjoy discovering its delights all over again for the first time. The mix of scorching hot sex scenes, tender moments of reconnection and a wonderful couple rebuilding their trust and relationship was perfect. I hugely recommend this to those who don’t mind power exchanges in a story and want a well written love story.

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Genre – Erotic Romance
Goodreads –

Four men… One challenge. The Dad Bod Doms are ready to put the spark back in their relationships and prove their mettle.
Nearly two decades ago, Henry was at the top of his game. He had a rewarding job, a beautiful bride, and the respect due to him as a skilled dominant.
But with his career over and his marriage in shambles, his life seems as empty as his basement playroom. His wife might think they’re done, but he’s not about to let her go without a fight.
He’s determined to get her back — even if he has to break the law to do it.

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