- File Size: 3121 KB
- Print Length: 146 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Blushing Books Publications (December 14, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 14, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B019EAMT0U
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #758,770 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
We Need a Little Christmas: Two Spicy Novellas for the Holidays Kindle Edition
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I LOVED We need a little Christmas! It was so heartwarming and loving. It was like the author ripped into the thoughts and minds of hundreds of girls out there and saw something that everyone wants. It was a beautiful story that had me crying my way through it. This is one age play story that you won't want to miss! Anyone who loves sweet and romantic age plays with a dash of holiday season thrown into the mix check this out! You won't regret it!
A Little Sugar, A Little Spice by Abbie Adams
This was a super sexy story! I loved all the spankings and yummy adult sexy time. The words will melt off the pages as you read because it's that hot! I liked how there were two minor stories going on here based around two sisters. It was cool to see Kim and Meri interact with both of their men. I would love to see more of all of them but damn that Kyle was something special. I wanna see more of him too. Please?
Overall I highly recommend this boxed set for any spanking and ageplay lover! It will surely keep you warm this holiday!
A sweet story of a successful but stressed-out attorney, Ivy Henry, who has fantasies about being a little and having a Daddy. When she can’t find an address to an appointment, she calls her husband, Jack, to find it in her computer. Going to her history to retrieve it, he finds so much more. Already in a domestic discipline relationship, Jack decides to step it up to make his sweet girl’s fantasy a reality. The plot is short and sweet with open and honest dialog and an HEA ending.
A Little Sugar, A Little Spice by Abbie Adams
This is a story that covers two sisters, each in their own relationship. Meri is in a relationship with her Daddy-husband, Sean. But she has not shared this with her sister, Kim. Kim leaves her relationship with Kyle but leaves out important information. Several meltdowns, hurt feelings, and confusion, and one drunken night will bring it all to a head for Kim. Can Sean and Meri help Kim and Kyle? Will the two sisters feel comfortable enough to be honest and reveal their relationships? The plot focuses on safe, sane and consensual and how a Dom has his girls best interest at heart.
1. We Need a Little Christmas by Katherine Deane - This is Ivy and Jack's story. Ivy has been keeping a need from Jack and when he discovers it does his research. Together they begin to discover and explore this new dynamic that allows for Ivy to let go of workplace stress.
2. A Little Sugar, A Little Spice by Abbie Adams - This is the story of Meri and Sean. Meri is dealing with her sister Kim who seems to be different from one another. Meri seems bent on disrupting their lives but Kyle might have just the solution for the problem and maybe the sister aren't quite as different as they think.
Ivy and Jack are both intelligent, warm, loving, and caring people and I enjoyed getting to know them and peek into their lives. Katherine Deane does an excellent job of setting the scene while providing the charters depth and feelings. It does feel like these are real people and we got a glimpse behind the façade that they hold up for everyone else.
This book is a stand-alone book. The author did an excellent job of slipping in the necessary details needed to understand the characters’ motivations; and it had a finish, so the reader is not left hanging (Thank you Katherine!).
The book has an age play theme and some anal play. If you enjoy or are curious about those subjects you will like this book. The age play is again portrayed from a more real perspective; no diapers or baby talk. It is more about feeling like a protected child.
I enjoyed the book and will find and read other books by this author.