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Wet Daddy (The Hybrid Series Book 4) [Kindle Edition]

Andrew Harding
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Book Description

Having just solved one despicable murder and enjoyed a few hours of relaxation, Harvey, Alli and the rest of the Hybrids are thrust once again into a murder scene that beggars belief. Their boss from MI5 goes with them to see how they execute a job, to gain the staggering clear-up rate, they accomplish on every case. What awaits them is a serial murder that only belongs in nightmares and shocks them all, Hybrid and human alike. This book contains descriptions of scenes of an explicit sexual nature which are suitable for adults only. The contents are not suitable for readers under the age of eighteen years of age.

Travelling the world and hunting out antiques has given Andrew Harding a broad insight into the unraveling of the human mind. His fascination with the paranormal, supernatural and also crime has inspired him to cross boundaries and write this series of books. The people who have crossed his path have covered such a broad spectrum that he's realised that anything is possible, and that there are no barriers to the depravity that could be hidden beneath the surface.


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About the Author

Andrew Harding worked in manufacturing all his life and seventeen years ago was diagnosed with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis. Although it was tough, he worked on for thirteen years and finally had to stop because he developed arthritis in his left hand. All through his life he wanted to write a book, and with time on his hands that first book grew into three, The Spirit Trilogy: Spirit, Force and Parity. Next, The Hybrid Series: Split Decision, Critical Moments, Devil's Dyke and Wet Daddy. Medium Rare has just been released. Although each book has a unique crime and can be read as stand-alone, the back-story in the series rolls from one book to the other where you'll see how the outrageous family of hybrids grows. Harding is also writing a spin-off hybrid thriller, online, at ahardingbooks.co.uk HWSNBN (He Who Shall Not Be Named) Ch1-17 posted and over 30K chapters read monthly. The characters in this book meet with those in Book 5, Medium Rare and in Book 6, Didymus (writing now) as they need help with their first horrendous case. Both books and HWSNBN are interlaced in places, although written from two different perspectives and a writers dream job. Harding's life-long fascination with Crime, the Paranormal and the Supernatural has given him a huge amalgam to dip into, and more importantly a new lease on life.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 581 KB
  • Print Length: 305 pages
  • Publisher: Andrew Harding; 2 edition (23 Nov. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ACPGSVI
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #655,300 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Andrew Harding worked in manufacturing all his life and eighteen years ago was diagnosed with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis. Although it was tough, he worked on for thirteen years and finally had to stop because he developed arthritis in his left hand.

All through his life he wanted to write a book, and with time on his hands that first book grew into three, The Spirit Trilogy: Spirit, Force and Parity.

Next, The Hybrid Series: Split Decision, Critical Moments, Devil's Dyke, Wet Daddy, Medium Rare and Didymus has just been released. Although each book has a unique crime and can be read as stand-alone, the back-story in the series rolls from one book to the other where you'll see how the outrageous family of hybrids grows.

Harding's life-long fascination with Crime, the Paranormal and the Supernatural has given him a huge amalgam to dip into, and more importantly a new lease on life.

Web address: ahardingbooks.co.uk

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4.0 out of 5 stars The Hybrids have another sick killer to catch! 17 Jan. 2015
Format:Kindle Edition
Hot on the heels of the Hybrid's last case in Devil's Dyke, another gruesome crime scene has been discovered. Ali and her husband Harvey lead a team of half-vampire police officers that investigate the worse crimes imaginable, but even they are horrified by this new case. In an abandon warehouse, women have been wrapped up in thick barbwire and hung from the rafters.

With the hybrids psychic powers, they began to investigate this crime. And who crosses there path again, but Mr. Wicks. Once again, one of Mr. Wicks's properties have been used by a killer and the hybrids don't believe in coincidence as they investigate this weaselly man's past. The case has a few twist and turns.

A lot of the book is devoted to the hybrid's home life. The BDSM sex is a kinky as ever. The hybrids have limits far beyond a human and they use their superhuman abilities to have superhuman sex. Another pair of hybrids were introduced and its starting to get a bit much. Andrew tries to give them all something to do, but it seems to dilute all their contributions a bit.

There are number of subplots that are simmering in the background, including the mystery of the dead infants they discovered in an abandon psychiatric hospital. I'm curious to read where that storyline goes with the developments in this book. And as always, the Home Office lurks in the background. They already have done some shady things with Hybrids and I'm wondering what they have up their sleeves.

I was given a free copy for an honest review!
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5.0 out of 5 stars No Fly in the Ointment 10 Dec. 2012
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Wet Daddy is the latest book from Andrew Harding in the Hybrid series and it's hard core in every sense. Don't expect any of the characters to pussy-foot around the hot porridge; this is a gritty account of a family of Hybrids doing their job to the best of their many abilities and all their occasional emotional overflow.... Failings? Hardly! This is a fast-paced tale of intrigue, of the allure of lures, and if you're into fly fishing you might just learn a couple of things and if you're not you are well advised to learn fast. This book is probably sexually more restrained than all of the others but it doesn't lack punch or compassion. A compelling read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars No fly in the ointment... 10 Dec. 2012
By Franz Scheurer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Wet Daddy is the latest book from Andrew Harding in the Hybrid series and it's hard core in every sense. Don't expect any of the characters to pussy-foot around the hot porridge; this is a gritty account of a family of Hybrids doing their job to the best of their many abilities and all their occasional emotional overflow.... Failings? Hardly! This is a fast-paced tale of intrigue, of the allure of lures, and if you're into fly fishing you might just learn a couple of things and if you're not you are well advised to learn fast. This book is probably sexually more restrained than all of the others but it doesn't lack punch or compassion. A compelling read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very inventive 20 Dec. 2013
By REgina - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
This is my first book by Andrew. It is different from anything I have ever read before. I love his writing style and look forward to reading more of his books. Great story.
4.0 out of 5 stars The Hybrids have another sick killer to catch! 17 Jan. 2015
By Reed James - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
Hot on the heels of the Hybrid's last case in Devil's Dyke, another gruesome crime scene has been discovered. Ali and her husband Harvey lead a team of half-vampire police officers that investigate the worse crimes imaginable, but even they are horrified by this new case. In an abandon warehouse, women have been wrapped up in thick barbwire and hung from the rafters.

With the hybrids psychic powers, they began to investigate this crime. And who crosses there path again, but Mr. Wicks. Once again, one of Mr. Wicks's properties have been used by a killer and the hybrids don't believe in coincidence as they investigate this weaselly man's past. The case has a few twist and turns.

A lot of the book is devoted to the hybrid's home life. The BDSM sex is a kinky as ever. The hybrids have limits far beyond a human and they use their superhuman abilities to have superhuman sex. Another pair of hybrids were introduced and its starting to get a bit much. Andrew tries to give them all something to do, but it seems to dilute all their contributions a bit.

There are number of subplots that are simmering in the background, including the mystery of the dead infants they discovered in an abandon psychiatric hospital. I'm curious to read where that storyline goes with the developments in this book. And as always, the Home Office lurks in the background. They already have done some shady things with Hybrids and I'm wondering what they have up their sleeves.
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