Cado by D.T. Dyllin

26529981Published: October 26th 2015 By: Tik Tok Press

Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Erotic-Romance

Format: ebook 

Source: won 

My Rating: two-half-stars

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The fantasy for most women is the happily ever after, the white knight or the prince charming. Or maybe they imagine the hero swoops in to save them from their mundane existence. But what happens if you catch the attention of the villain instead? Tiffany aka Karma is about to find out…

Karma isn’t just a name; it’s a way of life for an exotic dancer with a taste for vigilante justice. She should have been more careful though, because her deeds haven’t gone completely unnoticed. A man who isn’t quite human, with the predilection for destruction, has set his sights on her. His brand of love is tainted…twisted, and Karma is powerless to resist.


I was really looking forward to reading this one. I was all set for a seductive PNR, but what I got instead was a whole lot of horny stripper and an anti-heroic stalker. Don’t get me wrong, the story isn’t all bad, but this is one of those books that I can do without. I never felt all that connected to the characters, and the pacing started out fast – too fast. I was hell bent on finding out what the connection and history was between Karma and Lucian. So much so, that it took me 2 weeks to read the book. There are definitely some moments that will make you not want to put it down. But, then the pacing would slow, and lots of inconsequential things are thrown in to drag the story out. I wish more time was spent on fully developing the characters, and not on the not-so-funny dialogue that was used to fill this story out.

Karma is on the job, and scoping out her target. 

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Oh, did I forget to mention she’s a vigilante stripper? She has these weird premonitions about scumbags and she deals out justice in the worst way. Someone else is well aware of her dirty deeds. Lucian isn’t exactly an innocent bystander.

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Speaking of police; Karma is more than willing to jump Officer Moretti’s bones. Well, he’s hot and she’s horny. It was inevitable.

This could have been an awesome story, had it been presented differently. I wasn’t a fan of Karma or Lucian, and I didn’t really get to know Moretti to get any sort of feels. If it weren’t for Lucian’s mysterious character, I probably would have given up. I just had to know how it all would end. I wasn’t impressed. Not a bad story, just not for me. Who knows, this may totally be someone’s favorite read.




33 thoughts on “Cado by D.T. Dyllin

  1. Well that sucks, finally got a copy of this book to find out it sucks. I hate not connecting with the characters.


  2. Great review! So much fun to read.
    I have been on a streak where I have been reading books like this…Ones that I could simply do without. It is a shame too, with all the books that we have to read. It seems a horrible waste of time. Well, we have to get through them to get to the ones that will rock our world. I hope your next read does just that!


  3. Sorry this one didn’t work out for you. Vigilante stripper would’ve pulled me into reading this one as well. Shoot a little while ago I read a romance about an environmentalist male stripper doing it to save cute woodland creatures. 😛

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  4. Eee I don’t think this one is for me! I do delve into NA a little bit here and there, but I don’t really like the sound of this random combination of stripper and stalker 😛 But it seems like there were moments which you enjoyed reading, but the others where it really dragged…

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  5. Luckily this isn’t one I would have picked up. Though the vigilante stripper doesn’t sound so bad, it’s the perfect place to be to see the ‘bad guys’. Though I suppose she could have just been a waitress or something. Sorry this was disappointing though!

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  6. It does sound interesting with a stripper vigilante and a bad guy stalker, but sometimes the execution doesn’t match the promise. That happens to me a lot. Onward to the next book, right?

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