This is my second post in a recent series highlighting erotica authors who write about Daddy/lg relationships, as requested privately by one of my readers.
Note: For those who aren’t aware, Daddy/lg relationships take place between two adult partners. Most often the male takes a paternalistic, authoritarian role and the female partner takes a more submissive, childlike personality, although the gender roles can be switched or play can occur between same sex couples. There is definitely no child abuse taking place since all the parties are the legal age of consent.
The “little” can take on a variety of ages from very young to teen. Age play can be utilized in the bedroom, in a relationship but outside of the bedroom, for scenes only or full-time. The Daddies or Mommies tend to have high protective and controlling instincts, similar to a Dom who wants a full-time sub/slave. The “little” tends to seek this role to remove themself from the stresses of adulthood and turn over control to another for a period of time. It is essentially a power exchange, similar to Doms/subs but acted out differently.
Alta Hensley write erotic romance which heavily feature spanking and sex. Some – though not all – of her books are based on Daddy/lg relationships. I have read a few of Hensley’s novels and novellas and would rate them on average 3/5 … not the highest rating but I haven’t yet found any daddy/lg authors that I would rate more highly. Her books would probably be more appealing though to someone who is into this kink.
Here a few select few with synopses from Goodreads 🙂
A standalone novel that re-imagines gender roles in a futuristic society.
At the age of eighteen, all women who cannot afford a dowry for marriage must be placed in a facility in the hopes of being adopted by an affluent husband.
To maintain order, all women go through a mental reassignment reverting their minds to six- year-old girls—progenies. By keeping the women innocent in all ways before marriage, they can later function as a wife and mother more efficiently. The progenies are sheltered, nurtured, babied, and even disciplined by their assigned poppas. The progenies have no baggage, no hardship, no broken hearts. There are no dark secrets in their lives, no torrid affairs, and no pain. Their husband is buying the purest gem there is. He adopts for marriage so his wife is flawless. Life has not chipped away at her.
But what happens when the mental reassignment doesn’t work? This is what happens to Juniper Ambrose… she’s not truly the little girl she should be. She has no choice but to play the twisted game of pretend, hoping no one, especially her poppa, finds out. Secrets, lies, pretending—this is the world the progeny, and her poppa, have been thrown into.
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The Ashby Chateau Series
This series is an alternate take on historical romance. A wealthy gentleman has set up a boarding school for “littles” who are sent there to be trained into the type of bride their future husband/daddy is looking for.
Philip Hartley owns an elite finishing school; a hidden gem that focuses on the sexual submission and complete discipline of young ladies. Behavior, expectations, and beliefs are quite different there. It’s a finishing school to help a woman find that inner little girl which once was lost. A private school that requires its pupils to surrender their bodies, their minds, and their souls to their betrothed.
When Henrietta Waters’ estranged uncle decides it is best for her to attend the Ashby Chateau and become betrothed to a proper husband, the young woman has no choice but to comply. The recent death of her father has left her with very little options.
But can Etta fully surrender in ways she has never imagined? Can she allow a nanny to take care—fully take care—of her every need? Can she submit to discipline and sexual training as the purity of her inner child blends with the fire of her sexual desires? And is it possible for her to truly become the little love that Headmaster Philip Hartley demands?
Publisher’s Note: Enrolling Little Etta is a Victorian erotic romance that focuses on ageplay, anal play, spankings, and graphic sex. If a spicy Victorian story is not your cup of tea, then please do not take a sip.
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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I hope this blog post is informative! I have come across a couple more author who write on this theme and I will periodically review their books here.