Arabella Kingsley Little Princess
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The young, handsome and wealthy present day Scottish 14th Duke of Macgrory, Marshal Blackwood falls in love with his European business manager's fragile wife during a two month stay with the couple. He discovers her husband beats her, gambles and is in severe debt. In his last poker game he lost the house and his wife to a violent London crime gang leader as though she were a possession for sale. The Duke finds himself fiercely protective of Angelica who naively does not believe what her husband has done and decides to stand by him. Marshal takes matters in to his own hands by kidnapping Angelica and keeping her locked away for the sake of her safety in his family seat, Lochabar Castle in Scotland.

Angelica finds her kidnapper to be very paternal and determined in regressing her back to being a child so he can ascertain what it is in her past that keeps her loyal to her abusive husband. Referring to her as his little princess, Angelica finds herself having to call him Papa in an age-play role. Angelica is confused when she finds herself taking a liking to the role she is made to play and the warm reassurance Marshal's paternal protection affords her.

But when he probes deep into her violent past, she is at pains to hide it. This prompts Marshal to administer a series of hard bare bottom spankings and then to diaper her sore bottom. He also ensures she receives an intimate medical examination in front of him because she refuses to eat. Angelica quickly learns the younger man she is helplessly falling for means to wield his sexy dominant aristocratic power over her to keep her safe from the crime gang leader who hunts her and her own destructive tendencies. There is no choice but to surrender and become his little princess unconditionally.

Arabella Kingsley

Little Princess

Published by: Blushing Press

©2013 by Blushing Books® and Arabella Kingsley
21 Reviews

Spar the rod, spoil the princess

Number of Chapters: 7 chapters, 31,700 words -




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I have to say that I liked this story but I wasn\\\'t sure I would at the beginning. Marshal grew on me as I discovered he had true feelings for Angelica. Angelica suffered through some trauma in her life and felt safe and loved by Marshal at the end. Loved the danger and suspense aspect as well. I received this book from Blushing Books Publishing as an Advanced Reader Copy.

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I love age play... but this book was a bit too much for me, I didn't see the love and care, it felt rushed. It also seemed a little harsh in places when trying to train a little one.

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This is a wonderful age-play story. There are many new, at least to me, aspects of age-play included in this story. Marshal and Angelica are beginning a new life together and although Angelica doesn\\\'t understand most of what is going on she does understand that her husband of 20 years has just given her up in exchange for payment of his debts. Originally she was to be sold to the mob but Marshal, a friend and admirer steps in, pays off the husband\\\'s debts and rescues Angelica from the entire mess. Now she faces a life with rules and consequences. She wants desperately to be loved and cared for but admitting it is another story. I loved his strength and determination. He knows what he wants and will put all his effort into attaining it. Angelica is strong but hurting from too many abusive men. Marshal wants her to be his woman but first he insists she be confident, healthy and capable. Marshal takes her back to infancy and requires her to experience all that infancy entails. She needs healing and he believes this is the best way.

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