- File Size: 1980 KB
- Print Length: 162 pages
- Publisher: Katie Douglas (May 8, 2018)
- Publication Date: May 8, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07CZ1VYMB
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,529 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lissy's Daddy: An ageplay romance (Coast Side Daddies Book 1) Kindle Edition
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It’s an unusual relationship given how things come to be but it works as we see both sides of the protagonists and allows to see how sometimes there needs to be something different. Our protagonists are discovering things for themselves because of this and allows readers to walk aside these two as they figure out their relationship.
It’s interesting story and the struggles are real as Lissy and her Daddy face challenges that are unique to their relationship . Douglas make sure to address all views which is uncommon. It works well as plays into the character of Lissy and her Daddy given that they have ordinary everyday lives and they face turmoil thanks to their lives outside of home.
I love how it came full circle though and it open up a world that has more potential. I like Douglas made to show that there can be differences in age play and if you like this one , be sure to check out some of her other books .
What I had problems with was the confusion with our lead character who is the little. I kind of feel like she would have done some research on her own to figure out what she needed, if others were like her, etc. But it took the new boyfriend to do it. Maybe it comes from the sub part of her nature but I was a little put off with how clueless she seemed.
Dan was a really good lead male character who embraced what she was and chose to explore and find out what they needed to make the lifestyle work for both of them. It was a learning curve and he was great! He made a good “daddy” who was kind, considerate, firm and willing to fully give Lissy what she needed and found that through trying to make her happy it was a side to him he hadn’t known he was capable of or would truly get into.
Lissy has had a secret she has borne all her adult life and that is in times of stress, being tired she had to play with toys, she found that this was an excellent coping method however when her boyfriend discovered her playing with dolls he had threatened her, to tell all at work that she was weird, she had kicked him out and then cried her heart out.
Then she had met Dan and he had been so understanding about her need to play with toys and allow her little side to come out and play, he had been able to see how important this was in her life and that it was not a faze it was in fact a necessity.
He had discovered that there actually was a group that met at a small café where all the little’s attended with their daddies and talked and played and for those few hours felt free and unfettered by the real world. The change that this had brought to both Dan and Lissy had completely changed she now felt so more at ease as well as she now had a real group of friends that were all like her and she knew that Dan loved her and that he would always keep her safe.
This was a wonderfully sweet introduction to those dipping their foot into the world of littles and Daddies’ and some of the situations where most entertaining and some of the other happenings were very enjoyable and also thought provoking.
I enjoyed the book and look forward to reading any future publications; keep up all the great writing.
I voluntarily received and review an Advanced Reader Copy
I thoroughly enjoyed the book and look forward to reading any future publications; keep up all the great writing.
Top international reviews
Lissy has the added pressure of adult life encroaching on her new life, losing her job, turning 30, marriage and kids....I found this story humorous in places but quite insightful and I loved it.