Once a respectable young governess, Louise Small tumbled from society's grace after her employer forced himself on her. She wound up at The Red Petticoat playing Little Lapis Lazuli, a submissive who dresses like a girl and offers her bottom up for frequent spankings.
She enjoys her new identity, so far removed from the prim governess she'd been, but she longs for a real daddy - one who is kind and caring, yet willing to administer real discipline. When she spies Culpepper Cove's Mayor interacting with his young niece, she knows he's just the sort of man she wants. But his disdain for her and her profession put them in conflict.
Letting go of her little self, she reverts to the proper, fine-mannered governess to win his attention. But at what cost? With her little side squashed, and no hope of being accepted in polite society, she hardly knows who to be or what kind of life to lead. Would being the Mayor's wife be enough?
About The Red Petticoat series:
The Red Petticoat Saloon series is a collection of books written by number-one and USA Today best-selling authors. Each book tells the unique story of a different woman, a "gem", who comes to the saloon to find a safe haven and discovers they become part of a family. Recurring characters appear in each book to allow listeners a continuity as they learn about the women who have learned to bend but have not broken under the harshness that life has to offer. It is a series where strong, loving men find not only entertainment at the saloon but the special women who reside under its roof.
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Not sure if I would, I'm just not into the little girl/daddy thing. But I have to say, some very steamy parts all that aside. But hey, if you're into that kind of stuff I'm certain you will really enjoy this book/audio
If I changed the part that I didn't think much of it would defeat the purpose of the whole story.
Loved the ending, won't get into detail as I wouldn't want to spoil it for others but I found it very sweet. And Meghan did a great job narrating this book.
Yeah it was, it wasn't a book that made you want to say I'll leave it for later.
This audiobook was given to me by the narrator at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review.
Not my kind of thing...