Hollywood starlet Marissa Sparks' career teeters on the brink of implosion. Her mansion is nearly under foreclosure, her rock star boyfriend left her for a supermodel, and her habits of partying all night, drinking to excess, and abusing prescription drugs get her fired from her current picture. Her only hope is to convince Joel Sutherland, her costar and one of the movie's producers, to give her another chance.
Joel knows Marissa has talent and a sweet, submissive nature but believes her mother and sister are a terrible influence. All she needs is a strict daddy to take her in hand and give her some firm over-the-knee discipline and loving guidance. When she shows up at his door begging for his help, he agrees to advocate for her return to the movie on one condition: She must move in with him and live as his little girl until filming is complete.
Marissa submits to Joel's dominance and seems to thrive under his structure and protection, but he isn't sure if it's all a ploy to stay in the movie. She is, after all, a talented actress and could be faking everything. At the end of filming, she might just pick up and walk out his front door, taking his heart with her.
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Warm bottom romance
I’ve only sampled a few age-play stories; the story-mindset had not been one of my favorites. However, Renee Rose had never failed to entertain me before, so I selected this book to keep me awake on a recent trip along I-20. And, boy it did!
Ms. Rose carried me into the genre with a gentle, but firm hand. There are no diapers or other elements of extreme juvenile behavior, but there are spankings, hot sex, and romance. Marissa is a young actress whose life has spiraled out of control. She has never had real parental guidance. To protect his investment in the movie project, Joel takes up the challenge to get her life on track. To achieve this, he uses firm, daddy discipline – and tender loving care.
As best I can tell, this is the first performance by the reader – M. C. Arthur. And, I must honestly say that he does not live up to the modern standard in audio book performers. I’ve long since come to expect the reader to become part of the story, adding their own excitement and emotion to the written words – as actors do with a written script. However, this reader was flat and failed to get involved in the story.
- Mark SR Sterling