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Papa's Gift: A Historical Daddy Dom Romance (Little Ladies of Talcott House Book 3) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07D19LBXR
- Publisher : Sweet Savage Press (May 10, 2018)
- Publication date : May 10, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 478 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 248 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #282,720 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The story has hope, new beginnings, and two people finding each other in a rather unconventional way. While Lord Kensington was betrothed to Hyacinth, another is determined to have her, and then he meets Daisy, and he is immediately taken with her, she will be his, his wife, his little one.
Daisy Smith is a mischievous girl, and that leads to her unorthodox meeting of Lord Kensington when she literally drops into Miss Wickersham’s office. It will be a whirlwind courtship and marriage. While Daisy hadn’t really contemplated marriage and having her own Papa, she and Edward have an instant attraction.
“Love matches were as rare as a flower that blooms in moonlight. For my mother also once told me that true love can strike in the most surprising places and between the most unlikely people.”
“You are the most talkative and delightful little miss I have ever met, as well as the most beautiful and endearingly sweet. Farewell, my little flower. I will see you tomorrow, I promise. She was the beat of his heart, the desire of his loins, his other half, his soul mate. His treasure fallen from heaven.”
The marriage of Edward and Daisy has so many laughing out loud moments with her blunt, impulsive, and unlady-like questions and comments. Together, they are a unique match, but that doesn’t mean they don’t each has secrets, things they hope to remain that way. The day of the wedding, Daisy will disobey Miss Wickersham and attend a fair and speak to a fortune teller. Most of the message is good, but then there is the warning of the past.
“There is a reason Lord Kensington did not marry your friend that day. It’s quite simple, my child. You and Lord Kensington are soul mates.”
“You must contend with your impulsiveness and tendency to overreact and jump to conclusions, as well as your tendency to give in to your insecurities. You will help him find joy that’s been missing from his life for so long, and in return, he will give you the love and security you’ve always dreamed of, as well as the guidance you require.”
Secrets will be revealed, and together they must face their past to move forward with their future. “We each have light and dark in us; there is always hope. And hope can lead to joy.”
“Yes, life had gone from dour and dreary to a veritable carnival of fortune tellers, games of hide and seek, and secrets. And the list did not even include the carnal pleasures. All of it was due to one impish, adorable, endearing and sometimes scandalizing woman—his beloved Daisy.”
Sometimes, a deathbed promise must be broken, and the outcome that is truly feared will not come to light. Secrets lead to lies and more lies, and before you know it, a breach of honesty leads to the fear of rejection. The truth may not be pleasant, but it isn’t the end either. Together, Edward and Daisy are able to heal each other of their painful past. The story has many creative spanking scenes and explicit sex scenes in their marriage.
Honestly, Edwards past is so small. He could have told her from the beginning. But I guess the hurt still lingers. Daisy’s is doing what all the girls of Talcott House have done, try to hide their past the best they can. None of them want to be thought of as wastrels. But we do find out a great deal about her. And boy is she a chatterbox. I think a lot of that is nervous energy. But she is inquisitive. What comes out of her mouth sometimes at the wrong time, UGH. But she is refreshing. She so wants to please everyone. She is like a true little girl lost. It is sort of sad that she entrusts all the most important talks with Lady Miselda.
In ‘daddy’ stories that I feel okay about reading the young lady is usually treated as an equal except for in the bedroom.
I found this story to be a little too close to incestuous. Using the phrase ‘little girl’ and term ‘papa’ in the ways used here were a little too creepy for me.
I have read all 4 books and only hope that there will be a 5th book with all 4 girls getting together with their papas.