Daddy is a book about growth, relationships, and self discovery. Unlike most books on these topics, this one happens to be told by a world renown kink performer and porn star. Reading Madison's story is voyeuristic, the words on the page a peephole into incredibly intimate and personal areas of her life. The story will likely make you squirm, though it could be from discomfort or arousal, it may leave you confused, curious, interested, or disgusted. Madison admits blind spots and flaws, and speaks frankly about the different areas of her life.
I recommend this book for people interested in gender and relationship politics, about what it could mean to live an alternative lifestyle, and people curious about Madison's life when she is not on camera or on stage. If you open this book, keep an open mind about what you find on the pages.