Koko, a Lolita J-Pop mega star, embarks on a Eurasian Tour with both of her lovers, brothers Julian and Liam Van Zant. She calls Julian Daddy; his brother Liam is her Papi. Together, the three embark on a ménage à troi road trip like none other.
Following the recent death of her manager and adoptive father, Papa Ollie, Koko is mentally, physically, and emotionally barely ready to face a grueling road trip. Adding to her stress is a stalker, who shows up at the airport on day one. And while both of her men are loving and doting, will either of them be vigilant enough to keep her safe when her life is endangered?
Note: Although the protagonist, Koko, is well beyond the age of consent, she presents part time as a “little”; that is, she acts like a young girl. The sex in this series takes place between consenting adults, but those with a history of childhood sexual abuse or incest may find this triggering.
I do want to start this off with saying this — I haven’t read the first book in the series. However, while I was still able to read this book and follow along, it wasn’t completely easy to catch up. BUT — I was still able to enjoy the story.
But onto the review – this was a different type of read for me. It’s a menage that does have the age play aspect to it. This book was really a lot more about Koko, Julian, and Liam learning how they want their relationship to work. With the 3 of them, as well as their individual relationships as well.
There was a fair bit of drama and suspense in this book that did keep me turning the pages and wanting to find out what was going to happen next.
I will also admit that there were times when Koko was very … annoying. But as the story progressed and we were told about what had happened to her, it started to make sense overall.
Overall – I’d say that if you enjoy AP books, and are looking for a book that will keep your attention then be sure to check this one out.