Book Review – The Thief (Bad Babygirls, #2) by Zoe Blake


Hello bookish friends!! Today, I have my review for the second book in the Bad Babygirl series by Zoe Blake.  This series is definitely not for the faint of heart and it’s quite on the extreme side, so there are things that bothered me quite a bit. Having said that, I still really enjoyed and had fun with all the books and I think the characters are absolutely intriguing.

The synopsis comes with a warning from the author and I suggest you take that literally. Even though there’s humor and a few lighthearted moments, this book/series is twisted. There are no sweet hugs, swoony kisses, or gentle touches. It’s a daddy dom erotica series, so if that’s not your thing, then you migth want to skip this.




Published: July 16, 2019

Genre(s): Contemporary, Dark Romance, Erotica, BDSM

Format: Kindle Edition 245 pages




I will stop at nothing to get the information I need.
No matter how much she fights me… I will win in the end.
My little thief cannot steal away, I don’t care how hard she tries.
Daddy’s in charge now.
She either follows my rules, or there will be consequences… painful ones.




Deliciously Dark and Thrilling

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Actual Rating 4.25 Stars

The second book in Zoe Blake’s Bad Babygirls series, The Thief, is gripping, deliciously dark and even more thrilling than Book 1.

Most of my feelings towards the first book is the same for this one, but I have to admit… this sequel is pretty darn AMAZING! The plot is satisfyingly addictive and enticing. With more tension, danger, anticipation, drama, and action, the story never fails to suprise and thrill. There’s this awesome feeling of anxiousness and never really knowing what would happen next that had me absolutely hooked. Yes, the story is disturbing, but even though I felt uneasy, I still really wanted to know what would happen next. I also think this installment is funnier and I actually laughed a few times. It ends with a bang and another cliffhanger that had me eagerly downloading the finale.

I adored Lyla. She’s independent, sassy, and just so funny. She’s a firecracker and I loved her personality. Roman is just as dominant and controlling as Ethan, but I liked him a bit more. I also really liked Lyla and Roman together and even though I’m still not into the Daddy Dom, I found myself rooting for them. I loved their chemistry, playful bantering, and this time, I actually felt some swoons here and there.

Even though the Daddy Dom is not for me, there is something irresistible about Zoe Blake’s writing, characters, and story development. I think the mystery, suspense, thrills, action, and humor are absolutely amazing in this series. The characters are perfectly flawed and interesting and I really enjoyed getting to know them all. Lyla and Roman are by far my favorites, but maybe that’ll change after I read The Expert, which is about Quinn and Ryder.

If you love dark and twisty romances, then I highly suggest you add this book/series to your TBR!

I voluntarily downloaded an ebook copy via Kindle Unlimited. All thoughts and opinions are my own. divider4


Bio taken from author’s Amazon Page


USA Today Bestselling Author in Dark Romance and Horror
Amazon Top 100 Author

There is something delicious in our desire for the corrupt, our ravenous appetite for the brutal, the profane, the unspeakable. The taboo. I write the type of books that give you a frisson of unease; that will have you questioning your own resolve as I take you on a dark ride of twists, kinks and perversions of both the flesh and mind. Enjoy the blush and tremble as you read each decadent word. XOXO Zoe





Thanks for stopping by lovelies. Do you read out of your comfort zone? Have you read any dark romances? What are some of your favorites?

I’ll be posting my review for The Expert later next week so stay tuned for that. Until then, take care and happy reading.



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