Laylah Roberts did a great job in penning this appealing age play romance;. This is the fist book in this series, Montana Daddies; thus, she introduces other key characters and familiarizes the reader to life at Sanctuary Ranch. In this book, we meet two vulnerable protagonists--Eleanor Margaret (Ellie) Bantler and Bear (Jeremiah) MaCall. I enjoyed the way Roberts reveals the true nature of these two characters. Her plot line is basically a character-driven one and as such we witness how these two go from perfect strangers to a loving couple. Roberts masterfully incorporates literary devices, such as dialog, point of view and descriptive language, to smoothly move her plot forward. The dialog is well developed and the banter between Ellie and Bear is witty and humorous. The dual point of view provides insight to Bear and Ellie. The descriptive language creates vivid scenes. Her descriptions of Ellie's migraines were realistic. As a migraine sufferer I could relate to them. All of these literary devices contribute to pulling the reader into the story. This age play romance is a worthy read and I recommend it. Happy Reading.