- File Size: 887 KB
- Print Length: 156 pages
- Publisher: Sweet Savage Press (January 27, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 27, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079DGFDTX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,069 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Papa's Rules Kindle Edition
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When Cammie’s brother Robert knew that it was no longer safe for her to remain on the streets of London, he was taking her to a home to work as a scullery maid. When Miss Wickersham heard her cries, she came to her rescue. After she went into Miss Wickersham’s care, she never saw her brother again.
Orphaned Camellia, better known as Cammie, has lived for years at Talcott House under the tutorage of Miss Katrina Wickersham, where she has had a comfortable home, food, schooling, and training. Preparing her for life and marriage to be a Papa’s special little girl/wife.
Now she has word that she will have her very own husband/Papa, and he is coming in two days to get her. Lord Alexander Cavendish has known for years his propensity towards wanting a young woman of legal age to be his little girl wife. One where he could love, protect, and cherish, but who would call him Papa and submit to his correction and guidance.
The story will be the relationship of Lord Cavendish and his new bride, Cammie. There are times you can’t help but laugh out loud at the innocence of Cammie and the bold things she will say. While it may be unacceptable, especially in mixed company, it helps him realize as to how naïve and shelters she honestly is. He also explains, after her naughty behavior, what will happen and how she will be punished but also forgiven and cuddled.
“Your punishment will continue until I’m satisfied that you have indeed learned your lesson, little girl. Papa is in charge here, not you, young lady. You would do well to remember that.”
While the story does have several incidences, the punishments vary and include before she meets her Papa when she doesn’t listen to the nurse and also includes a medical exam that is explicit and for Cammie embarrassing, while also enlightening.
The story will come with just enough angst and adjustments, mostly for Cammie. While she isn’t what I would consider a brat, she isn’t without her faults and naughty disobedience that she brings about herself. The story is a wonderful historical daddy dom/little girl story that isn’t over the top with age-play and does have some explicit sex scenes. It is a story of two people having a connection and learning to trust and respect each other.
“Two hearts beating as one. Husband and wife. Papa and little girl.”
While there is no mention of this story possibly becoming a series, with some of the other girls that roomed with Cammie at Talcott House, I think the story could easily blend into a series with each story reading as a stand-alone. And this writing duo has just the perfect blend to make that happen.
Lord Cavendish falls in love with Cammie even While being very naughty,
This is a delightful sexy book. I would definitely recommend.
Sue Lyndon and Celeste Jones have written a delightful story of Regency England, the regimented society, the often intolerable circumstances, and the arbitrary rules imposed on every level. The descriptions of the aristocracy, as well as the middle-class and impoverished, are spot on. You can feel the vast chasm of difference between the classes. Those facts will break your heart. Cammie is an innocent in many ways, but she's delightful and, in many ways, is the focal point of the whole book. She has a way of jumping into your heart and making you feel her pain, fear, hopefulness, and utter disbelief at her circumstances. One might think Alexander would be a typical upper class bore who cares only about himself to the exclusion of all else. But that's as far from his character as can be. I found Alexander to be the other half of this story without which it would have been incomplete. Is he privileged? Oh yes! But he's sympathetic, loving, and charming in ways I never saw coming. This is most definitely an age-play story. As misunderstood as that dynamic is in today's society, as seen though the lens of Regency England, it's absolutely taboo. That's yet another hook Ms. Lyndon and Ms. Jones used to draw me into this book. It's utterly captivating! Congratulations, Ms. Lyndon and Ms. Jones, for writing such a unique look into Regency England and a riveting peek into the lives of unconventional people and relationships in an era where things are rarely what they seem.
One final note. Be an informed reader! This is an ADULT book. It contains little explicit language but there are sexual scenes. If you don't enjoy this genre, this may not be the book for you. There are book synopses and reviews available on Goodreads and Amazon. Use these resources. DON'T LEAVE A NEGATIVE REVIEW WHEN YOU KNOW YOU WON'T ENJOY THE BOOK. It's not fair to the authors. They work very hard to provide a quality work product. If you know you'll object to the book's subject matter before you buy it, you're doing yourself and the authors an extreme disservice.
Thanks for reading my review and happy reading