Review: DILF Diaries: Oh Baby by Stehpanie St Klaire

July 12, 2018

He likes to find them hot, and leave them wet… 


Women are setting their lawns on fire and sticking cats in trees all so they can dial 911 and get a glimpse of Jack Decker’s…hose. When a firefighter looks like he does, it’s no wonder panties are melting, and hearts are ablaze all over the city because he is H-O-T…hot! Jack might put out fires like a regular hero, but it doesn’t stop him from heating up the sheets and letting them smolder. 


In a burning twist of fate, Jack finds himself up all night long for an entirely new reason, a reason that’s anything but smoldering. That is until the feisty firecracker next door threatens to ignite a fire he doesn’t know how to battle…Oh Baby! 


Dad's doing it all...night...long!


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**** 4 Star Review ***


I am sitting here trying to sort all of my thoughts on this book. It is my first from this author, and I can say that I wasn't disappointed. I was all-in from start to finish.


I love an laugh out loud romcom. Especially one with characters who are well developed and have an apparent chemistry. Between their chemistry and their witty banter, this book is definitely a hit for me!


I loved Jack. I knew from the get-go that he wasn't everything everyone made him out to be. It was clear that he was more than just your everyday playboy. His charisma and charm are a big part of his character that told me this book was going to be a wonderful ride.


Juliet is the perfect match for Jack. Her take no crap attitude told me that I was definitely going to get a great story with these two. She is the perfect match, in more way than one, for Jack.


I found myself not only laughing constantly throughout this book, but falling for these characters in a great way. Their chemistry was off the charts. Their enemies to lovers relationship was a great journey.


I will admit, there were times that were a bit much for me. A little too over the top for my liking. Those few times weren't a deal breaker though. The rest of the book was good enough that I was able to just brush them off and move on.


This an enjoyable, funny, witty, and sweet happily ever after. I couldn't have asked for much more.


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