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Be prepared because this book has it all: full ageplay elements, BDSM, MFM menage, medical play, anal play, F/f interaction and a real sense of what it is to be a natural Little and masochist. If you enjoy realism, love and how a pair of alpha males handle a challenging little lady from the queen of contemporary age-play and BDSM lifestyler, Breanna Hayse, then this books is for you!
Urban cowboys, Layton Marshall, Esq. and his younger brother, Caine Marshall, MD., unexpectedly meet the girl of both their dreams in this hot, sweet menage. When their beloved father dies, the brothers discover a secret property deed and a mysterious note, which they immediately decide to investigate.
Traumatized after a brutal rape, and without any family to take care of her, twenty year old Maybelle Wright is transferred to an unofficial safe house on the shores of Lake Bridgeport, in order to recover. It is there that she meets – and challenges – the Marshall men, and learns of their plans to take over their late father’s secret life’s work: to help adult Little girls in need of parenting, structure and discipline.
Layton and Caine are smitten with May almost immediately, but when they discover her rebellious nature, and tendency to be a brat, they waste no time in showing her how they deal with unladylike young ladies – by administering her very first – and eye-opening – bare-bottom spanking.
As both brothers begin to love, look after and discipline May, she begins to open up and feel safe, protected and desirable. And they have such different personalitites that May finds her every need being fulfilled: Daddy Caine for her inner Little girl and need to be nurtured, and Uncle Layton to introduce her newly revealed inner masochist to the raw pain and excitement of BDSM. Mostly, she receives them together as lovers, and finds herself thriving as they fill every void within her – literally.
With both a Daddy and a Dom to fill every every longing in her heart, May is content to bask in their love and adore both men equally, until she is asked to choose which one of the brothers to marry in order to be given the Marshall name and legal protection.
In turmoil, she turns to Sri Adul, a psychologist and active supporter of the safe house. Can the discovery of what a mother’s love should be like give May the strength and wisdom to choose?