Book Review, Bradley’s Whistle by Kirsty Dallas

REVIEWED BY Melinda Lazar

Bradley's Whistle (Kink Harder Presents, #2)

Bradley’s Whistle by Kirsty Dallas
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Bradley’s Whistle by Kirsty Dallas

This is the second standalone in Kirsty Dallas’s Kink Harder Presents series and is the story of Andi’s cousin and Decker’s best friend, Bradley.

Having had his heartbroken, Bradley has sworn off porn stars but can’t seem to tell his brain that when it comes to Wiska. Wiska has escaped the scandal that attempts to follow her from New York and, at Decker’s suggestion, is seeking refuge with Bradley in London.

I found that the characters were really well-developed in this book. I really liked Wiska; she’s far from a jaded porn star. She quite sweet and I want to say naive and I love that she managed to bring Bradley to his stubborn knees. Bradley himself was a tough nut to crack but I loved his automatic defense of Wiska without even knowing the details. He may have sworn off porn stars, but he was ready to fall and fall he did. Also loved the reappearance of my favorite couple, Lionel and Casey. They sure know how to add extra value to a book!

The book is predominantly set in UK and I still found that when it came to Wiska, Casey, Lionel, etc, the American feel just wasn’t there. I really think Dallas needs an American editor to help address these issues because while these books are really good, they could be so much better. I’m looking forward to the next book in this series!

*arc received in exchange for honest review.

**Reviewed by Melinda for Jo&IsaLoveBooks Blog.

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