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"...just the right amount of steam and power exchange that it will have you glued to the pages for hours and unable to set it down and wanting more"
"...where girls are taught to submit and obey their Papas. Loved reading this box set. Looking forward for more."
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️"loved it! This is right up my dark alley."
"The author's understanding of the littles lifestyle and their ability to portray the detailed thoughts of all characters during different situations makes this a treasured and valuable find to me."
From the Author
When I write dark romance, I always make sure the ending includes a HEA (happily ever after). I'm a firm believer in wanting my readers to feel satisfied in the end. I know when I spend hours devoted to reading a novel, I want to be happy with how the book ends. I want to feel satisfied with the conclusion and not be left on a cliff-hanger or wondering whether there will ever be more.
Daddy romance features a hero that is the Dom. He's the Alpha and always in charge. He's tending to his little, an adult woman that in her heart is often young, carefree, and maybe even a brat at times.
What makes my stories dark is specifically the subject matter. You can also anticipate discipline and power exchange. The material may be sensitive to some readers or make them uncomfortable. It may contain dubious consent, kinky, and sexual scenes. If such matters offend you, please do not read.
If you enjoyed Academy of Littles, I would so appreciate a review. It helps other readers discover the book.
- ASIN : B07XRZ4H55
- Publisher : Blushing Books Publications (September 10, 2019)
- Publication date : September 10, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 2104 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 538 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #58,580 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Enrolling Little Etta
TRUSTING YOUR CARES AWAY
This is a wonderful Victorian age-play story with a touch of mystery and suspense that keeps the pages turning along with ¬¬a great cast of characters.
Henrietta Waters prefers to be called Etta, her father’s pet name for her. She never really had a childhood, her mother died when she was young, her father became ill when she was fifteen, and she cared for him until he died when she was twenty. She is relinquished into the care of his estranged Uncle who didn’t want to deal with her and sends her off to Ashby Chateau finishing school.
Philip Hartley is the owner and Headmaster of Ashby Chateau and takes Etta into his custody that same night from her Uncle Jack. From there, her life changes, no more burdens or cares, she is to regress and be young and carefree, something she never had a chance to experience in life. What happens when she is basically kidnapped in the middle of the day from a cruel, evil man? Can Etta escape a fate that may lead to her death? There is a big difference in correction spankings and cruel punishment beatings. Both can be found in this story, along with age-play, medical play, anal play, and explicit sex scenes.
FINDING HAPPINESS AS LITTLE GIA
This is the second story that takes place at Ashby Chateau under the care of Headmaster Philip Hartley. This story reads well as a standalone.
Georgiana “Giana” Hayse is kicked out of her family home under a questionable scandal and is living on the streets, stealing food to try and survive. Philip Hartley has been watching her and confronts her, taking her to eat a hot meal and offers her a position at Ashby as a Nanny. What happens when a new Papa, Theo Elliott comes looking for a little to become his own child bride and the one he wants is Giana? Is she willing to become a little after being in charge as a Nanny, and how will the other “littles” treat her? Secrets have a way of eventually coming to the surface, so what will happen when the truth of her circumstances are revealed?
This is a Victorian age-play story that focuses on the dynamics of training young women to accept their submissive side as a “little” while training them for their new life with the Papa Husband. The plot kept me captivated, and the mystery surrounding Giana is gradually revealed towards the end. There is a great cast of characters, some from the previous book. The chemistry between Theo and Giana is felt throughout the story, which has a HEA ending.
CROSSING THE LINE INTO A SCANDAL
We have returned to Ashby Chateau, and the story revolves around Eliza Stead, with her betrothed, Preston, backing out of the engagement and leaving this little one in a state of panic and confusion.
Mr. Charley Lockwood is seeking to enroll his sister into the finishing school at Ashby and crosses over a locked gate and coming across Little Eliza in the garden crying. What happens when a newspaperman sees something he considers a scandalous story? Will this be the end of Ashby for the “littles,” as well as, the finishing school for young ladies? Changes are coming to Ashby, can they survive? Some secrets are best left in private.
“No one would suspect a fine establishment to have such a scandalous little secret.”
This is a Victorian age-play story with consenting adults entering into an agreement towards marriage and living a unique lifestyle where young ladies refer to their husband as Papa, and they are submissive as treated like a little girl, not having to worry about adult cares. Little Eliza becomes sick to her stomach with dealing with adult worries, so this is the perfect little life for her and her new Papa.
Frankly, I was surprised to find this trilogy and the quality of the writing when only this book and one other were available on Kindle. I don't have any idea why that's the case, but I did a search only to find out that Allison West is a fairly prolific author. Hopefully more of her work will become available on Kindle.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.