His Little Troublemaker by Emily Tilton
Published by Stormy Night Publications on November 17, 2016
Genres: AgePlay, Contemporary, Erotic, Romance, Spanking/DD
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After twenty-one-year-old Cynthia Beaman is falsely accused of causing a serious traffic accident with a police officer, her situation appears almost hopeless. She's been caught on the wrong side of the law more than once in the past, and with a corrupt judge ready to throw the book at her it seems that a long jail sentence is a certainty. But everything changes when a local reporter believes Cynthia's story and convinces hotshot attorney Daniel Garcia to take her case.
As a former Marine combat pilot, Daniel isn't one to back down from a tough fight, but he makes it clear to Cynthia right away that if she wants his help she'll be expected to do as she is told. In order to ensure that his new client doesn't get herself into any more trouble before he can clear her name, he insists that she move in with him during the trial.
Living by someone else's rules isn't Cynthia's style, but when she pushes Daniel too far she quickly finds herself over his knee for a painful, embarrassing bare-bottom spanking. The humiliating chastisement proves to be just the beginning, however, and soon the stern, handsome lawyer has taken on the role of a firm but loving daddy for his beautiful, unruly client.
Though it makes her blush to be bathed, dressed like a little girl, and spanked soundly every time she is naughty, she cannot help longing for Daniel to claim her completely. When he takes her in his arms at last, his skillful, dominant lovemaking satisfies her more deeply than she would have thought possible, but can their budding romance survive the stress of the upcoming trial?
Publisher's Note: His Little Troublemaker includes spankings, sexual scenes, age play, and more. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book.
So. I really liked His Little Troublemaker! I admit to rolling my eyes a bit…
…and to being squicked out a bit by the hero’s – Daniel – interest in the heroine’s…pre-pubescent-like body.
…And to disliking (but appreciating the realness) of the hero thinking of lying on the heroine – Cynthia – if she turned him in for spanking her. I really disliked that Daniel realized that he had no business putting is hands on Cynthia – but he justified it to himself. Then he decides that his career is too important to be derailed by his [in his mind justified] anger – so he decides that if Cynthia reports him he would claim she was lying. Knowing it could ruin her life. That was…very real and very un-hero-like.
Outside of my above concerns, I enjoyed Cynthia and Daniel together. I liked their relationship. I didn’t feel Cynthia was forced into an Ageplay relationship and I think she truly enjoyed everything.