F**k, Marry, Kill Me, Daddy (Murder Daddy Book 1) by Lance Lansdale

Lance Lansdale has took the stalker romance genre and flipped it on its head with F**k, Marry, Kill Me, Daddy.

From the blurb:


My boyfriend’s been trying to kill me for weeks. Well, I guess he's my boyfriend. I mean, we've never officially been introduced, but he's always standing in the shadows, watching me. That has to be a good sign, right? The first time I saw him, he was hunched down in my bushes, aiming a rifle at my heart, and he's turned up with a new weapon every night since. As fun as our silly little game of Murder Daddy may be, I’m getting tired of having to steal my stalker-slash-boyfriend’s affection by disarming him and using his weapons against him.

I’ve got to get my head in the game. As my agency’s top assassin, I’ve killed my fair share of men. When Senator Levinson placed his son on my hitlist, I figured it would be a one-and-done. I was wrong. Every time our paths cross, he winds up getting the upper hand. The things he makes me do once he’s pried a gun or a knife out of my hand are downright depraved, and for some reason, I can't bring myself to stop it from happening. My wife tells me I need to just suck it up and get the job done. My wife’s boyfriend says I’m sweet on the guy, which is absolutely ridiculous. Even if I wanted to take advantage of our open marriage, I’m not gay. This man—this Freakshow—is completely unhinged, and the worst part is, I think I might be just as crazy as him.

F**k, Marry, Kill Me, Daddy is a high-heat, over-the-top, absolutely UNHINGED, dual-POV, dark romcom that is equal parts insta-love and insta-lust. While one character is married, their marriage is open, and there's no cheating between them.

Molly Otto's review:

Well, this book is just plain out wackadoodle and I mean that in the best way possible. This couple is not exactly a couple of goals, yet they just work out for each other. Scotty just drags Brody along for the wild ride. When you think the killer should be in charge, nope, not in this case. Sure, in the bedroom but not so much outside of it. These two are a barrel of chaos that just work in a way that really only could work for them. As I said before, not real-life relationship goals. They will keep you hooked from start to finish and questioning really what is going to be next. I am looking forward to the next book in the series to see if it can live up the chaos that is this book.

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