Affirming Antoinette : The Jackson Tribe

  • by Delia Grace
  • Narrated by Chase Bradley
  • Series: The Jackson Tribe
  • 5 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Toni Moreau has spent the last decade trying to keep her head above water. Her formative years were spent in and out of foster care. So far, her adulthood has been a matter of basic survival and, as far as her experiences with romance - well, they were simply nonexistent. She has decided that the only person looking out for Toni is Toni. And that the only way to protect herself is to avoid all emotions and be the most mature grown-up she can be.
Judah Jackson has other ideas, however. He sees a beautiful young woman who needs help blossoming into the creative and carefree girl who has been locked inside.
Will Toni be able to trust this man? Will his goals to allow this young woman to reclaim her lost childhood be the key to unlocking her full potential? Or will the wounds be so deep they quench out the flame that burns within?
Disclaimer: This book contains the spanking of adult women and deals with serious issues of self-harm in regards to cutting and suicidal ideation. There are elements of age play, including therapeutic regression. If any of these might disturb or offend you in any way, please do not purchase.

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Great book-healing through age play-fantastic reader

This is book 2 and of course I loved it but I think I'm more partial to book 1. I've re-read this book and think I like it more each time :). I loved this more on audiobook than my ebook! Delia picked a great reader for this and he did a great job with the different voices! This one has Antoinette, Toni, or Lil Nettie as she is in her little form when they do age regression to help her with her past issues. She ends up living with the brother Judah who's a pastor and their story progressed with age play. It's a mixture of deep and dark based on her past that they are working on with her age regression therapy and fun and lighthearted with her pranks she plays and how she behaves as she becomes more childlike in those times. Now as she progresses and grows her Toni and Judah start falling for each other. It's a great read with few editing errors again & lots of character development. There was one scene that I found very questionable/maybe offputting for people and that was when she was a little in the park and was being punished off on a path where someone may stumble along and then she decided not to be little anymore and they had sex but any couple or kids could have came along and seen them. I will be buying the next book whenever she gets it written & this book will stay in my re-read stash.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-31-2017
  • Publisher: Blushing Books Publishing