- File Size: 1990 KB
- Print Length: 169 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Blushing Books (July 18, 2016)
- Publication Date: July 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01IPY1CAO
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #664,475 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Little Prim and Proper Kindle Edition
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Kathryn Arrington has bucked the system, her parents, and priority and now she is a victim, kidnapped and held at the Academy of Submission. No properly raised young lady in Victorian time would be out on the streets alone, especially after dark. She finds herself alone on the train platform, no one from home knows she has gone to London, and by herself. She is accosted, drugged, kidnapped and now she is being held and treated like a child. She is told that they are now her new family, and the other girls are her sisters.
August Sanders has a proclivity for wanting his own unique child bride, a woman who can surrender herself over completely, allowing herself to dress and play like a child with no worries while submitting to his whims and wishes. This is not something you can just advertise for, so he pays for a “willing” bride at the Academy of Submission, rescuing a young woman, orphaned, homeless, and without a dowry. Or at least that is what is told to the gentlemen seeking a child bride.
The plot of this story is unique because it is full of secrets that will be revealed. Little Kat is willing to accept a marriage to August to escape, but she also wants her sisters to be helped. The story has a great cast of characters, several twists, and turns, secrets, plenty of discipline and unexpected surprises. Kathryn goes from being a wild child-adult to realizing that submission to August as his Little Kat is the most freeing experience in her life. No matter what, August allows her to decide, even though they are legally married, he will not force her, this isn’t coercion, this is all about choice. The story is an ageplay story; there is anal play, medical play and a mention of more.
“Yes. Her single word had been both an answer to him and a word of acceptance. Yes, she submitted to him. Yes, she trusted him. More importantly, yes, she desired more.”
“I will protect you. I am your caretaker, your guardian, and your husband.”
This story opens with what is clearly a crime. Also, instead of most of the story being about a woman coming to terms with her inner desires to be a little and learning to enjoy her life, Kat is immediately thrown to a man who wishes to marry her and is her only means of escape.
Arthur has his tastes and desire that aren't mainstream but he is a good person and it is clear that he is upset about the state of things. He proves himself to be a very honorable man. He doesn't force choices on Kat. You can see how the outcome of everything could really cause him his own pain.
The story ends at what is really the beginning of the life of these two people as they forge their own path.
This story was a bit more dark than what I was expecting, but for me that was a plus. The darkness of the story set it apart from a lot of the historic age play. The characters were well developed, Kathryn was a bit of a brat at the beginning, but that added to the story of her submission to August. Overall, I enjoyed the story. It seemed like there was a little more mystery behind the Academy of Submission than what was revealed in this story, so I am hoping for a sequel to answer some of the remaining questions.
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review