Review – Single Daddy Scot by Donna Alam @word_hoor

Title: Single Daddy Scot
Author: Donna Alam
Genre: Erotic Romance
Expected Publication: November 12th 2017

SIngle Daddy Scot.jpg#1 Rule of nannying?
Don’t screw the daddy.

It doesn’t matter that he’s single.
Or that he’s more God-Bod than Dad Bod.
Or that he’s got that whole rugged Scottish thing going on.
He’s off limits.
Gruff and complicated.
And he recently rearranged his life for a son he never knew he had.
Plus, he might be in love with someone else—someone he can’t have.

The last thing he needs is a twenty three year old V-card holder lusting after him.
So if that’s the case, why does he look at me like he’s about to tear off my clothes?


Well.  This is definitely a different side to Mac than we saw when he was interrupted, mid … action (for want of a better phrase).

I really like growly Mac as a character.  I enjoyed how his early interactions with his son had that element of awkwardness that I imagine would easily arise in those circumstances.  I also enjoyed the restrained tension cutting through his interactions with Ella.

Add in Ella’s lack of self confidence, a colourful supporting cast (including some old friends) and you have a resounding success as a novel.  Yes, you may see the crisis point coming, but that doesn’t in any way detract from the overall enjoyment of the story.

As always, Ms Alam left me wanting more.


I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.



purchase links

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About the author

Donna Alam writes about exotic locations and the men you aren’t married to, but wish you were. Escapism reads with heart and humour and, of course, plenty of steam.

Hailing from the North of England, she’s a nomad at heart moving houses and continents more times than she cares to recall. She once worked at a school like the one described in her Pretty Trilogy. Alas, there were no handsome male protagonists hanging around there.

An Eclectic reader and part-time perv, she’s a huge fan of smart men, as well as protagonists with a fair measure of inappropriateness.

author links

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