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The Nanny

Enrolling Little Etta : 2

By: Alta Hensley, Allison West
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: ©2016 by Blushing Books® and Alta Hensley & Allison West
18 Chapters / 57,684 Words
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The taboo
The secret
The discipline
The Nanny... finally, her story.

When street urchin Georgiana Hayes meets a mysterious gentleman who offers her a warm meal and a chance to get warm again, she cannot resist.

The man who has rescued her from the cold is, in fact, Mr. Philip Hartley; headmaster of the Ashby Chateau - a finishing school, and a place where young ladies can learn to submit and rediscover their inner 'little' selves. He is looking for a new nanny, and is quick to offer the position to Georgiana.

Georgiana accepts gratefully, and she instantly becomes The Nanny.

Unfortunately, she soon realizes that she is not really cut out for the role of disciplinarian. If anything, she finds herself beginning to envy the girls under her care, and wishes that she, too, could experience what it would be like to be little; to be cherished, cared for, and loved.

Theodore Elliott, a well-established businessman, is seeking a wife, and has craved the special love and affection of a 'little' for as long as he can remember. The moment he sets eyes on Nanny Giana, he knows without a doubt that she is the one he has been searching for. No other little at the school can compare to the dark-haired beauty.

Can Theo convince the headmaster to allow Giana to resign from her position as governess and enroll in the Ashby Chateau as a little? More importantly, is Giana willing to take that step for a man she barely knows... but is intrigued by? Can she surrender herself physically, emotionally and sexually in order to become what Theo desires above all else: his little Gia?

From the authors of the best-selling 'Enrolling Little Etta', this next book in the Ashby Chateau series also contains elements of age-play, anal play, spanking, and graphic sex. While 'The Nanny' does feature some characters and settings from the first book, it should be noted that it can be read as a standalone.

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K. Brown on 02/18/2016 06:52am
Chateau Ashby lives on! This was a nice rags to riches story about Gia and her new Papa. I thought the character of Gia was well thought out and portrayed. I felt the chemistry between both Gia and Theo without. The ending of Gia's past coming back to haunt her was rather predictable, but enjoyable none-the-less. It was nice getting glimpses of the previous story's cast of characters, though this is definitely a "stand alone" book. I recommend this story; it kept me entertained and turning the pages throughout!
K. Brown on 02/18/2016 06:52am
" Chateau Ashby lives on! This was a nice rags to riches story about Gia and her new Papa. I thought the character of Gia was well thought out and portrayed. I felt the chemistry between both Gia and Theo without. The ending of Gia's past coming back to haunt her was rather predictable, but enjoyable none-the-less. It was nice getting glimpses of the previous story's cast of characters, though this is definitely a ""stand alone"" book. I recommend this story; it kept me entertained and turning the pages throughout!"
Laurel Lasky on 02/17/2016 11:10am
The two authors, Alta Hensley and Allison West make a wonderful team. This is their second book in this Age Play series. After being thrown out of the house by her parents after being framed by her ex she is found by the owner of the Ashby Chateau a school for training littles and she is hired as a nanny but even though she tries hard to be a good nanny she is really a submissive young lady who would like to be a little. She mets Theo and the story delves into their relationship. This was a sweet, delightful story with all the elements of age play but not harsh or severe as some books can be. This was a lovely read.
Laurel Lasky on 02/17/2016 11:10am
The two authors, Alta Hensley and Allison West make a wonderful team. This is their second book in this Age Play series. After being thrown out of the house by her parents after being framed by her ex she is found by the owner of the Ashby Chateau a school for training littles and she is hired as a nanny but even though she tries hard to be a good nanny she is really a submissive young lady who would like to be a little. She mets Theo and the story delves into their relationship. This was a sweet, delightful story with all the elements of age play but not harsh or severe as some books can be. This was a lovely read.
Marybeth Renn on 02/15/2016 08:37pm
This is the second story in the series about Ashby Chateau. We learned about the school in Enrolling Little Etta. Phillip finds Georgiana on the street. She was thrown out of her parents home because of a misunderstanding. He offers her a job as a Nanny. Giant tries, but it's not a good fit. Then she meets Theodore Elliot who wants a little of his own. He offers her a life as his little and she accepts. The rest of the story is about how she comes to accept her new life. I give this 4 stars.
Marybeth Renn on 02/15/2016 08:37pm
This is the second story in the series about Ashby Chateau. We learned about the school in Enrolling Little Etta. Phillip finds Georgiana on the street. She was thrown out of her parents home because of a misunderstanding. He offers her a job as a Nanny. Giant tries, but it's not a good fit. Then she meets Theodore Elliot who wants a little of his own. He offers her a life as his little and she accepts. The rest of the story is about how she comes to accept her new life. I give this 4 stars.
moonquartz on 02/15/2016 01:40pm
These two authors together have written a noteworthy book which explored certain aspects of age play lifestyle in a Victorian setting where the taboos were much higher. An easy and delightful read & I found I could not put the book down. I missed the first book in this series & will definitely put it on my wish list. Not wishing to be a spoiler I wont give away the slight twist in this plot which the synopsis hints at but it adds an additional oomph to this book. The whole book seems so real that one is left asking if this was a true tale. One is shocked at how Giana's family have treated her even for the Victorian period not to mention their bias towards her all her life. The author merely hints at this & it could have been expolored further. However, the author very subtly takes the reader through the various emotions & trials for those involved in an age play lifestyle, the ups and downs while weaving a beautiful tale of that never dying emotion love. Well worth the read.
moonquartz on 02/15/2016 01:40pm
These two authors together have written a noteworthy book which explored certain aspects of age play lifestyle in a Victorian setting where the taboos were much higher. An easy and delightful read & I found I could not put the book down. I missed the first book in this series & will definitely put it on my wish list. Not wishing to be a spoiler I wont give away the slight twist in this plot which the synopsis hints at but it adds an additional oomph to this book. The whole book seems so real that one is left asking if this was a true tale. One is shocked at how Giana's family have treated her even for the Victorian period not to mention their bias towards her all her life. The author merely hints at this & it could have been expolored further. However, the author very subtly takes the reader through the various emotions & trials for those involved in an age play lifestyle, the ups and downs while weaving a beautiful tale of that never dying emotion love. Well worth the read.
JKR on 02/14/2016 07:44am
I thoroughly enjoyed getting another glimpse of the Ashby. This one took a slightly different introduction and tugged at your heartstrings with the hardships Giana is forced to endure. The transition in status didn't seem that difficult as it only lasted a week and she seemed like a natural. I didn't fall in love with Theo as much as the other Papas we've been introduced to but the initial 'love at first sight' moment was a favorite of mine. I would have liked the ending to be a little more extended for both the characters (and the readers) full range of emotions to be explored more fully. I'm glad Little Gia got her happily ever after and would definitely recommend for those readers that love Victorians and Age play novels.
JKR on 02/14/2016 07:44am
I thoroughly enjoyed getting another glimpse of the Ashby. This one took a slightly different introduction and tugged at your heartstrings with the hardships Giana is forced to endure. The transition in status didn't seem that difficult as it only lasted a week and she seemed like a natural. I didn't fall in love with Theo as much as the other Papas we've been introduced to but the initial 'love at first sight' moment was a favorite of mine. I would have liked the ending to be a little more extended for both the characters (and the readers) full range of emotions to be explored more fully. I'm glad Little Gia got her happily ever after and would definitely recommend for those readers that love Victorians and Age play novels.
Katy Beth McKee on 02/13/2016 07:49am
Giana is alone and close to the edge. When she is hired to be a nanny at the age-play academy she is just grateful to be off the streets. It stirs feelings in her that she isn't sure how to deal with. And before she can even catch her breath there is is Theo who asks her to be his little. There are many bumps along the way and there are secrets that will be revealed along the way. But when true feelings develop it becomes important to make things work.
Katy Beth McKee on 02/13/2016 07:49am
Giana is alone and close to the edge. When she is hired to be a nanny at the age-play academy she is just grateful to be off the streets. It stirs feelings in her that she isn't sure how to deal with. And before she can even catch her breath there is is Theo who asks her to be his little. There are many bumps along the way and there are secrets that will be revealed along the way. But when true feelings develop it becomes important to make things work.
Ashley H. on 02/13/2016 07:39am
Wealth..to Street Urchin..To Nanny...To Little. That is alot for one girl to get used to. But if anybody can Gia is up to the task. But above all else she learns Honesty with her Papa Theo is ALWAYS tge best policy. No matter what the secret may be. This was a lovely story of twist turns and ups and downs.
Ashley H. on 02/13/2016 07:39am
Wealth..to Street Urchin..To Nanny...To Little. That is alot for one girl to get used to. But if anybody can Gia is up to the task. But above all else she learns Honesty with her Papa Theo is ALWAYS tge best policy. No matter what the secret may be. This was a lovely story of twist turns and ups and downs.
Leona Bowman on 02/13/2016 01:33am
I enjoyed reading about Gia and Theo, they developed a special bond. Honest and trust. I love how you can read has stand alone. But if you read the first story you get to some of the characters and the developed though time. I was give this story for a honest review .
Leona Bowman on 02/13/2016 01:33am
I enjoyed reading about Gia and Theo, they developed a special bond. Honest and trust. I love how you can read has stand alone. But if you read the first story you get to some of the characters and the developed though time. I was give this story for a honest review .
Joanie M on 02/10/2016 09:23pm
Not your typical age-play story, The Nanny is a story of a young woman, Giana, who is hired off the streets to be a nanny at the Ashby school for littles. A week into her career she is asked to become a little herself, for Theo, a wealthy businessman desperate for a little of his own to love and take care of. Theo can't wait to spend time with little Gia and tends to interfere and bend the rules, which results in some awkward moments. Gia thrives on his attention and wants to please him. Unfortunately, she is mistreated by the other littles and the nannies not only don't notice; they are also calling her a street urchin. I thought that was highly inappropriate and I wonder what the headmaster will do about the nannies in future books. Gia is not completely honest with Theo about the reason for their teasing, even though honesty is most important to him. The conflict within her about her dishonesty was obvious and I also understood her confusion about when to act little. The story was odd, but sweet, and with the setting of the Ashby Chateau, you can't go wrong. I can't wait for the next book.
Joanie M on 02/10/2016 09:23pm
Not your typical age-play story, The Nanny is a story of a young woman, Giana, who is hired off the streets to be a nanny at the Ashby school for littles. A week into her career she is asked to become a little herself, for Theo, a wealthy businessman desperate for a little of his own to love and take care of. Theo can't wait to spend time with little Gia and tends to interfere and bend the rules, which results in some awkward moments. Gia thrives on his attention and wants to please him. Unfortunately, she is mistreated by the other littles and the nannies not only don't notice; they are also calling her a street urchin. I thought that was highly inappropriate and I wonder what the headmaster will do about the nannies in future books. Gia is not completely honest with Theo about the reason for their teasing, even though honesty is most important to him. The conflict within her about her dishonesty was obvious and I also understood her confusion about when to act little. The story was odd, but sweet, and with the setting of the Ashby Chateau, you can't go wrong. I can't wait for the next book.
Redrabbitt on 02/09/2016 08:12pm
This is the second story that takes place at Ashby Chateau under the care of Headmaster Philip Hartley. This story reads well as a standalone. Georgiana “Giana” Hayse is kicked out of her family home under a questionable scandal and is living on the streets, stealing food to try and survive. Philip Hartley has been watching her and confronts her, taking her to eat a hot meal and offers her a position at Ashby as a Nanny. What happens when a new Papa, Theo Elliott comes looking for a little to become his own child bride and the one he wants is Giana? Is she willing to become a little after being in charge as a Nanny and how will the other “littles” treat her? Secrets have a way of eventually coming to the surface, so what will happen when the truth of her circumstances are revealed? This is a Victorian age-play story that focuses on the dynamics of training young women to accept their submissive side as a “little” while training them for their new life with the Papa Husband. The plot kept me captivated, and the mystery surrounding Giana is gradually revealed towards the end. There is a great cast of characters, some from the previous book. The chemistry between Theo and Giana is felt throughout the story which has an HEA ending. I look forward to more stories in this series.
Redrabbitt on 02/09/2016 08:12pm
This is the second story that takes place at Ashby Chateau under the care of Headmaster Philip Hartley. This story reads well as a standalone. Georgiana Giana۝ Hayse is kicked out of her family home under a questionable scandal and is living on the streets, stealing food to try and survive. Philip Hartley has been watching her and confronts her, taking her to eat a hot meal and offers her a position at Ashby as a Nanny. What happens when a new Papa, Theo Elliott comes looking for a little to become his own child bride and the one he wants is Giana? Is she willing to become a little after being in charge as a Nanny and how will the other littles۝ treat her? Secrets have a way of eventually coming to the surface, so what will happen when the truth of her circumstances are revealed? This is a Victorian age-play story that focuses on the dynamics of training young women to accept their submissive side as a little۝ while training them for their new life with the Papa Husband. The plot kept me captivated, and the mystery surrounding Giana is gradually revealed towards the end. There is a great cast of characters, some from the previous book. The chemistry between Theo and Giana is felt throughout the story which has an HEA ending. I look forward to more stories in this series.
Shersh on 02/09/2016 07:54pm
Georgina Hayes was kicked out of her parents house with just the clothes on her back, after she was framed by her fiance. She was rescued by the headmaster of an elite school for young ladies where she became a nanny. Theo Elliott came to the school to look for his own little. The available littles didn't appeal to him, but Gia the Nanny did. This story tells of the journey of a papa and his little and their love for each other.
Shersh on 02/09/2016 07:54pm
Georgina Hayes was kicked out of her parents house with just the clothes on her back, after she was framed by her fiance. She was rescued by the headmaster of an elite school for young ladies where she became a nanny. Theo Elliott came to the school to look for his own little. The available littles didn't appeal to him, but Gia the Nanny did. This story tells of the journey of a papa and his little and their love for each other.
Charlie on 02/09/2016 07:38pm
Great read. I love this age play book. There is a bit of a twist in the plot that only makes it better. A very sweet love story.
Charlie on 02/09/2016 07:38pm
Great read. I love this age play book. There is a bit of a twist in the plot that only makes it better. A very sweet love story.
Heart5 on 02/09/2016 07:37pm
The romance between Gia and Theo makes for a very sweet story. The age play elements are rather mild, especially for historic age play. It is well written and well edited. Fans of historic age play will likely enjoy it.
Heart5 on 02/09/2016 07:37pm
The romance between Gia and Theo makes for a very sweet story. The age play elements are rather mild, especially for historic age play. It is well written and well edited. Fans of historic age play will likely enjoy it.
Margaret Corcoran on 02/08/2016 04:00am
I bought this as it was on special on Saturday and read it on Sunday. Worth the money at double the price. A well written lovely AP story. Very sweet with Theo looking for a little and Gia looking for shelter. They are right for each other and willing to fight for their relationship. Highly recommend it,
Margaret Corcoran on 02/08/2016 04:00am
I bought this as it was on special on Saturday and read it on Sunday. Worth the money at double the price. A well written lovely AP story. Very sweet with Theo looking for a little and Gia looking for shelter. They are right for each other and willing to fight for their relationship. Highly recommend it,
Pico1 on 02/07/2016 01:41pm
This is the second book in the “Officer and the Brat” series and continues the story of Laurie and Alex. Laurie is a girl who has had a really rough family life; Alex is a law enforcement officer who is living with her and helping her to forget the past as he introduces her to the possibilities of a wonderful future with him and his loving extended family. The story has a lot of emotional moments as Laurie gradually comes to understand the difference between Alex and his family, and the family she had grown up with; and there is a lot of sex and spankings as their relationship develops.
Pico1 on 02/07/2016 01:41pm
This is the second book in the Officer and the Brat۝ series and continues the story of Laurie and Alex. Laurie is a girl who has had a really rough family life; Alex is a law enforcement officer who is living with her and helping her to forget the past as he introduces her to the possibilities of a wonderful future with him and his loving extended family. The story has a lot of emotional moments as Laurie gradually comes to understand the difference between Alex and his family, and the family she had grown up with; and there is a lot of sex and spankings as their relationship develops.
SH on 02/07/2016 08:32am
Oh my, I loved this book! An AP love story that is not as harsh as some AP can be. I found myself cheering on Gia and Theo through their journey to love. They were perfect for each other! Don't miss this one!
SH on 02/07/2016 08:32am
Oh my, I loved this book! An AP love story that is not as harsh as some AP can be. I found myself cheering on Gia and Theo through their journey to love. They were perfect for each other! Don't miss this one!

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