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His Little Lapis

The Red Petticoat Saloon

By: Renee Rose
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: ©2016 by Blushing Books® and Renee Rose
Twelve Chapters /41,900 Words
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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. Is being the Mayor's wife be enough?

About The Red Petticoat series:

The Red Petticoat Saloon series is a collection of books written by #1 and USA Today bestselling 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 readers 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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Chapter One

"Lapis, I need you to do me a favor." Amethyst spoke from behind the bar, flipping mugs for ale onto the countertop with an impressive efficiency. The saloon area of the Red Petticoat was packed with patrons, every bar stool taken and men crowding around tables. The smell of whiskey filled the crowded room.

"What do you need, Amy?"

"I'm all out of small bills and the bank will close any minute. I've been waiting for Gabriel or Madame Jewel to get some, but they've been busy all afternoon." Amy handed her several ten and twenty dollar bills. "Run down to the bank and get me some change? Quick-like, before they close?"

"Isn't there someone else…"

"You can go alone, remember?" Amy said, "Mr. Gabe changed the rule so that we don't need a companion unless we go out at night."

"But…" Lapis looked down at her little girl outfit doubtfully.

"You look fine, unlike the rest of us. That's why I asked you."

It was true—her outfit would be perfectly acceptable in London or Paris or Boston. Perfectly acceptable if she were ten years old. 

But the rest of the gems flounced around in corsets and petticoats, or if in dresses, in colors too bold, with skirts hiked up to show their pink or red petticoats. They wore lipstick and their hair spilled across their shoulders. She, meanwhile, had pulled her hair up into two pigtails, her blonde ringlets tied up in gay ribbons.

She took the bills, tucking them in her sash at her waist. It was easy to shine bright and gay when playing 'Little Lapis'. But it would be awkward at the bank. Everyone would stare. She preferred to stay in the confines of The Red Petticoat where she could play little girl all day and all night long and forget her past.

She squared her shoulders and lifted her chin. She'd held her head high traveling pregnant and alone to Culpepper Cove, California—she could handle this. What was the worst thing that could happen? Someone would call her a whore? Well, so what? It was true.

She pushed the swinging door open and walked down Culpepper's main street, taking care to step around the horse manure littering the way. Culpepper Cove, like most of the wild west, was the uncivilized society, full of rough, mannerless men who didn't go to church or shave or mind their cursing. Horses and cattle alike shared the streets with carriages and the ratio of women to men was something like one to a hundred. Which was why the gems at The Red Petticoat were fast on their way to becoming wealthy. For her, both the wealth and the opportunity to indulge in her lifelong fantasy of playing a little girl took the sting out of her tumble from grace.

She opened the bank's door, glad to find it unlocked. Apparently she wasn't the only one making a last minute transaction before the weekend. Sam Singleton from the mercantile store stood at the counter. Behind him, a brutally handsome, broad-shouldered man dressed in a finely tailored suit waited in line, holding the hand of a little girl, no more than six years old.

The child turned and stared up at Lapis, who smiled before she could stop herself. Mr. Fine Suit probably wouldn't want his daughter engaging with a whore.

He glanced back, his dark-lashed hazel eyes taking a quick sweep of her attire and hair. Her heart gave a double-pump. As handsome as his suit, he had a square jaw and lips almost too sensual for a man. His brown hair reached his collar, but it wasn't unkempt and his white shirt was clean and starched beneath the waistcoat. He turned away without acknowledging her.

It shouldn't bother her. What did she expect? For him to tip his hat? Say good day? She was a fool to swoon over a fine pair of shoulders in a nice suit. Still, she couldn't tear her eyes away from him—his tall, muscular frame, those large, capable-looking hands.

"Uncle Will? Is that a little girl?" the child asked.

Uncle. Not Daddy . But he acted like a papa. A good one, too.

"Don't stare, Polly. It isn't polite." He tugged her fingers, making their intertwined hands swing between them.

To her regret, he didn't turn again.

The girl lowered her voice, still staring openly. "But is it?" she asked in a loud whisper.

He leaned over and scooped her up, settling her on his hip. "Would you like a dress like that, Pollykins?" He tickled her face with his nose and she giggled, leaning back. Clearly it was a game they had played before.

As an experienced governess and teacher, she had to admire his prowess with redirection. He had addressed the child's rudeness with the kindest rebuke and had saved himself from answering her question simply by changing the topic.

Her 'Little Lapis' side swooned. How she'd love for a man like that to play 'daddy' to her. He'd be the perfect papa—wholesome and stern, but kind and fair. The sort who knew just how a little girl longed to be cuddled after a sound spanking.

Heck, she'd settle just for watching a man like that to be papa to her children. That's all she'd ever dreamed of, really. A husband who would be a good father to a gaggle of happy children.

Stop, Louise. 

Lapis.

Whatever her name was. Just stop. A man like that wouldn't give a soiled dove like her the time of day. He wouldn't and he already hadn't.

Sam finished up with the teller and the fine suited man walked forward. "Good afternoon, Mayor Rockwell. What can I do for you?"

Mayor Rockwell.

Of course, he was Mayor Rockwell. She'd heard of the town's mayor but since she spent most of her time hidden at The Red Petticoat, she hadn't had a chance to meet him. Somehow, knowing he was a mayor turned her knees to jelly. Tall, handsome, strong, and powerful. The man who presided over Culpepper's governance. She'd love for him to govern her.

She imagined what sort of justice he would deal to a naughty girl's backside. Not a naughty girl like his sweet niece—she didn't believe corporal punishment helped children learn. No, a naughty girl like her. A  very naughty girl.

Her white panties with the ruffles sewn on the back dampened as her mind conjured images of the mayor pulling them down and spanking her until she couldn't sit. She drew a deep breath and attempted to distract herself by retying the ribbons in her hair.

The mayor concluded his business and ignored her as he walked in her direction. It was a snub, but a kind one. There was no sneer or sniff. No lifting of his nose in the air or purposeful jerk of his gaze away from her. She'd experienced far worse shopping at the mercantile.

She dropped her eyes, heat coloring her cheeks despite her resolve to hold her head high on this trip into town. She thought she sensed the slightest pause as he passed by, his head turning as if to look at her, then arrested by better judgment. She imagined she elicited sympathy from him.

But that was foolish. And she didn't need his pity, even if he did experience it.

She thrust her shoulders back and marched up to the teller, pulling the bills from the sash of her skirt. "I need change. Small coins if you can, please."

The banker's lip curled when he gave her an up and down sweep of the eyes, but he counted the money and pushed the equivalent amount in smaller coins across the desk.

"Thank you, sir," she said, as if she had just as much right to be there as anyone else. Which she did.

"Do you need a bag for that?" the teller asked when she hesitated, staring at the large pile of coins.

She flashed him a relieved smile. "Yes, please."

The smile he returned had a leer in it. She ought to be used to that sort of thing, but she wasn't. She still never liked to be ogled. It didn't give her the sense of power it seemed to give the other girls. It made her uncomfortable. He dropped the change into a cloth bag and handed it to her. "Tell Madame Jewel I said hello."

"I'll do that, thank you." She took the bag and tucked it in her waistband, hurrying outside. She told herself she was rushing to get back with the change, which the Red Petticoat had been in dire need of, but the truth was that she wanted to scan the streets for the mayor.

There. She saw him up ahead, walking with the little girl still holding his hand. What a sweet sight they made. Her lady parts pulsed between her legs.

She'd give anything to have a man like that.

***

William walked home thinking about the stunning gem from the bank—the one dressed as a little girl. It was an interesting choice of dress for a prostitute. Not risqué in the least, and yet somehow still as sexy as a petticoat and corset. Perhaps it was the sight of a grown woman's body in the abbreviated dress, the flash of muscled calf and ankle as she walked. Or perhaps it was that narrow waist set off with the white sash. Or the beautiful golden curls.

Her face had been lovely. Angelic, even. He'd never seen such an outfit on another woman, but he doubted anyone would look better. But why dress like a little girl? He hadn't known how to answer Polly's question, so he'd simply avoided it. The girl was too young to understand prostitution anyway.

Something about a grown woman in a little girl's dress made her incredibly appealing. He hadn't known what kind of woman would fit him, but seeing her, she seemed like a fantasy come true. He wanted to protect her, cherish her. But he couldn't. He had Polly to shield and care for and he couldn't be fantasizing about a prostitute.

He opened the door to his little house and lit a fire in the woodstove, setting a cast iron skillet on the top. Most days of the week, Josefina came over to cook and clean and watch Polly, but today one of her grandsons was sick and she'd stayed home.

"Polly, run and see if the chickens laid any more eggs."

"Why? Are we having eggs for supper?"

"How about flapjacks?"

Her little face lit up. "Yes!"

"Then run along. We need at least two eggs, three would be better."

"Don't worry, Uncle Will. There will be at least two eggs. I know there will be because yesterday, when I checked…"

He pointed toward the door before the child launched into a long explanation. She could talk up a blue streak, and if he let her, he'd never get their supper made.

Polly grabbed the basket and ran out to the coop.

He smiled. When his brother Thomas had asked to leave Polly there with him that fall, he'd refused. He didn't know the first thing about raising children, for one thing, and the poor girl didn't even know him. And a girl her age needed a mother—or a female influence. Not that Thomas could offer her that, either. It was about as hard to find a wife in California as it was to grow a third arm.

But Thomas had a house to build and a claim to mine, and if he brought Polly, she'd be alone for hours every day and sleeping under the stars. At least in Culpepper, she had a warm bed at night and there was some semblance of community. Not much, because the West was barely civilized, but she had Josefina, the woman she called abuelita.His hired housekeeper didn't speak much English and he didn't speak much Spanish, but they managed to get along. Polly played with Josefina's grandchildren and had learned to understand and even speak a little Spanish.

There wasn't a school yet—he wanted to hire a teacher and build a schoolhouse, but until there were more children, the town couldn't justify the expense. Some might not think the education of a little girl mattered, but it bothered him that he hadn't taught her to read yet.

His parents had taken his and Thomas's schooling seriously, spending their entire savings to send him to college. Education had made him who he was, and he wanted his niece to have the same benefit.

Polly burst back in the house. "Guess how many?"

He smiled. Such innocent joy. "How many?"

"No, guess."

"Two?"

She shook her head.

"Three?"

She giggled and shook her head again.

"Eight hundred!"

She laughed. "Uncle Will!" The basket emerged from behind her back. "There were four."

He took it from her. "Excellent work, my little friend. Now, hand me that bowl over there and we'll start cracking them. Has Josefina shown you how to crack an egg?"

The little girl shook her head. "No. She never let's me help cook."

"Well, she probably thinks you're not old enough. But I think you're ready to crack eggs. Watch this—you just tap the side against the table like this." He cracked the egg. "And you stick both thumbs into the crack and pry the two sides apart."

"Let me try!"

"I want you to try. Here." He pushed the basket of eggs across the table to her and set the bowl right in front.

She made an attempt, not cracking the egg hard enough, and splintering it into a dozen tiny pieces as she tried to work it open.

"That's all right, try again."

She picked up another egg and had better luck with her second attempt, only getting a few pieces of eggshell into the bowl with the egg. He fished them out. When she finished, he instructed her to beat them while he added the flour, sugar and milk. She turned and beamed up at him.

His heart contracted. In the few months since she'd been his ward, he'd come to love her as his own daughter. Soon, Thomas would come back for her and this little house would be empty again. No running footsteps or laughter. No giggles and chasing chickens.

He hadn't realized that he'd been missing a family all these years out west. He'd had his profession, which he took quite seriously, and that had been enough. When his newly-widowed brother had shown up on his doorstep with Polly in tow, he'd been delighted to have family nearer, until he learned of his brother's plan to leave the child with him. But his brother had been right. Their parents were dead and family relied upon each other, especially when there were children involved. Caring for Polly had been a gift. A stressful, difficult gift, but a gift nonetheless.

It was time he started a family of his own. Maybe he could find a mail-order bride as some of the men in the West had done. For some reason, his mind flitted to the beautiful girl in the bank. The lovely, silly prostitute who liked to dress in girls' dresses and wear her hair in pigtails.

No. Definitely not a woman like that. She was the last woman he should think of when conjuring up the perfect bride, no matter how wholesome she appeared with that angelic face and dimpled smile.

He shook his head as if it would rid his imagination of the image of her standing in his kitchen in her short skirts, her golden ringlets dancing around her ears, her bright blue eyes—had they been blue? Yes, he seemed to remember the bluest eyes staring back at him, set in fresh pink cheeks. Like a little Swiss milk maid. Or a cherub.

Not wife material. Certainly not wife material. Not at all.

Kim Kimbrough on 07/22/2016 01:43pm
Another amazing winner by Renee Rose and an added rare gem to The Red Petticoat Saloon collection. The storyline of Little Lapis and the tragedy she over came in her short life, showed high strength of character, will and intelligence. Even though there was a couple times I wanted to take a belt to her myself for her misguided thoughts about her own self worth. Will's character is a perfect balance of dominance. Smoothed around the edges by passion and lust filled restraint, that turns to full blown love shortly after meeting his little baby girl. Will was a quick study to Little Lapis's querk and the the results for both is heated, passionate, and love worthy. Renee weaves a vivid picture of the landscapes and characters surrounding Culpepper Cove, the miner town in California, that holds a color array of people that began in the imaginative mind of Maggie Ryan. This will have the readers hooked after reading the first few paragraphs. A highly recommended read. Look forward to reading the other books from the other author in The Red Petticoat Saloon series
Kim Kimbrough on 07/22/2016 01:43pm
Another amazing winner by Renee Rose and an added rare gem to The Red Petticoat Saloon collection. The storyline of Little Lapis and the tragedy she over came in her short life, showed high strength of character, will and intelligence. Even though there was a couple times I wanted to take a belt to her myself for her misguided thoughts about her own self worth. Will's character is a perfect balance of dominance. Smoothed around the edges by passion and lust filled restraint, that turns to full blown love shortly after meeting his little baby girl. Will was a quick study to Little Lapis's querk and the the results for both is heated, passionate, and love worthy. Renee weaves a vivid picture of the landscapes and characters surrounding Culpepper Cove, the miner town in California, that holds a color array of people that began in the imaginative mind of Maggie Ryan. This will have the readers hooked after reading the first few paragraphs. A highly recommended read. Look forward to reading the other books from the other author in The Red Petticoat Saloon series
Jennifer on 06/29/2016 07:37pm
I loved it. The hero was the perfect mix of dominant and caring.
Jennifer on 06/29/2016 07:37pm
I loved it. The hero was the perfect mix of dominant and caring.
Margaret Corcoran on 06/08/2016 02:30pm
I loved Lapis, who is a sweet stubborn sad and hurt little girl woman. This is a very well written story with great characters. I loved the relationships in it and how Will learns to bend. A really good read by a great author.
Margaret Corcoran on 06/08/2016 02:30pm
I loved Lapis, who is a sweet stubborn sad and hurt little girl woman. This is a very well written story with great characters. I loved the relationships in it and how Will learns to bend. A really good read by a great author.
Livvy on 05/05/2016 02:58am
loved every page couldnt stop reading it till the end cant wait for the next book which im about to read now :)
Livvy on 05/05/2016 02:58am
loved every page couldnt stop reading it till the end cant wait for the next book which im about to read now :)
blushingbutterflybookreviews on 05/01/2016 04:19pm
This new historical fiction series is very, very well-written with heroines we love, strong alphas who love to spank, and steamy scenes within well-developed plots. His Little Lapis is the first installment written by a different author and it seamlessly fits right into the on-going narrative. The reader really feels for Louise who is at once very adult, educated, intelligent and also a little girl yearning for the comfort that only a Daddy can provide. Luckily for Little Lapis, the mayor is just such a nurturing dominant. This book can be read by itself. This reviewer, however, recommends that you read the entire series (and prepare to change your panties often while reading it)!
blushingbutterflybookreviews on 05/01/2016 04:19pm
This new historical fiction series is very, very well-written with heroines we love, strong alphas who love to spank, and steamy scenes within well-developed plots. His Little Lapis is the first installment written by a different author and it seamlessly fits right into the on-going narrative. The reader really feels for Louise who is at once very adult, educated, intelligent and also a little girl yearning for the comfort that only a Daddy can provide. Luckily for Little Lapis, the mayor is just such a nurturing dominant. This book can be read by itself. This reviewer, however, recommends that you read the entire series (and prepare to change your panties often while reading it)!
Katy Beth McKee on 04/23/2016 12:45pm
This is the first book in the series written by a different author. I always enjoy this type of series because each brings their own unique spin to the world that was created. And it's even better when old characters are well represented along with new ones. Lapis is already embracing her need to be her little self and and while she's been working as a red petticoat she still shows hurt and vulnerability. And it is clear that her care for the mayor's niece is worth risking his wrath to reach out to this child. The mayor's reactions are natural from his first sighting of Little Lapis, his upset about his niece, and later as he learns Lapis' story and grows to care for her. You can also she is need to protect her as well. His willingness to risk it all for whole love is heartwarming. This is a wonderful upstanding couple
Katy Beth McKee on 04/23/2016 12:45pm
This is the first book in the series written by a different author. I always enjoy this type of series because each brings their own unique spin to the world that was created. And it's even better when old characters are well represented along with new ones. Lapis is already embracing her need to be her little self and and while she's been working as a red petticoat she still shows hurt and vulnerability. And it is clear that her care for the mayor's niece is worth risking his wrath to reach out to this child. The mayor's reactions are natural from his first sighting of Little Lapis, his upset about his niece, and later as he learns Lapis' story and grows to care for her. You can also she is need to protect her as well. His willingness to risk it all for whole love is heartwarming. This is a wonderful upstanding couple
JK on 04/23/2016 11:28am
I really enjoyed this 3rd installment of the Red Petticoat Saloon!! I just loved Louise from the start! She wants to be someone's little girl, and yet she was more than able to stand on her own two feet!! She was not going to listen to Will about visiting with or teaching his niece! I thought Will was a great and loving alpha/Daddy to her and just found it to be another very endearing story! Well done! Looking forward to more...
JK on 04/23/2016 11:28am
I really enjoyed this 3rd installment of the Red Petticoat Saloon!! I just loved Louise from the start! She wants to be someone's little girl, and yet she was more than able to stand on her own two feet!! She was not going to listen to Will about visiting with or teaching his niece! I thought Will was a great and loving alpha/Daddy to her and just found it to be another very endearing story! Well done! Looking forward to more...
madpuss on 04/21/2016 11:21pm
So loving and sweet. I'm not surprised Louise fell for Mayor Will. He was perfect for her needs. He may not have understood why she needed him to behave in this way but he understood what she needed and ended up enjoying it and realising it was what he wanted too. The little girl Polly helped bring them together to make a very cute little family. There's lots of drama and things going wrong before things come right again.
madpuss on 04/21/2016 11:21pm
So loving and sweet. I'm not surprised Louise fell for Mayor Will. He was perfect for her needs. He may not have understood why she needed him to behave in this way but he understood what she needed and ended up enjoying it and realising it was what he wanted too. The little girl Polly helped bring them together to make a very cute little family. There's lots of drama and things going wrong before things come right again.
AGS on 04/21/2016 05:10am
What a wonderful and uplifting book! This book is the third in the series and although it is written by a different author it does not disappoint and leaves you, the reader, feeling happy. The author does an amazing job with providing glimpses into the thoughts of both Louise (Lapis) and Will and how they both struggle with their feelings and desires. Although this story does not provide as much as an update on the cast of caring characters from the previous books, you still can feel the love and caring that Lapis has experienced with them. At times in this book I found myself with a huge smile on my face, some tears in my eyes and a feeling of contentment. This book is definitely one that you do not want to miss!
AGS on 04/21/2016 05:10am
What a wonderful and uplifting book! This book is the third in the series and although it is written by a different author it does not disappoint and leaves you, the reader, feeling happy. The author does an amazing job with providing glimpses into the thoughts of both Louise (Lapis) and Will and how they both struggle with their feelings and desires. Although this story does not provide as much as an update on the cast of caring characters from the previous books, you still can feel the love and caring that Lapis has experienced with them. At times in this book I found myself with a huge smile on my face, some tears in my eyes and a feeling of contentment. This book is definitely one that you do not want to miss!
SH on 04/21/2016 04:54am
Oh, I just wasn't ready for the book to end! A very touching story that's written so very well. You can't help but cheer on Louise and her story will really tug on your heart. Will was so perfect for her and together they were magical. You really don't want to miss this book, seriously. If you haven't read any of this wonderful series, then start with this one and then read the others. Quit reading here, click and buy and enjoy!
SH on 04/21/2016 04:54am
Oh, I just wasn't ready for the book to end! A very touching story that's written so very well. You can't help but cheer on Louise and her story will really tug on your heart. Will was so perfect for her and together they were magical. You really don't want to miss this book, seriously. If you haven't read any of this wonderful series, then start with this one and then read the others. Quit reading here, click and buy and enjoy!
Juliette on 04/20/2016 11:09pm
What a wonderful series this is. This story about Little Lapis really pulls at the heart strings. Lapis escapes from real sorrow in her life and ends up in Culpepper Grove at the Red Petticoat Saloon. I was a little concerned when I started reading this book as I really don’t enjoy reading about age play. However, the subject has been handled very skilfully by the author. Other authors should take note! Do yourself a favour and buy this excellent book.
Juliette on 04/20/2016 11:09pm
What a wonderful series this is. This story about Little Lapis really pulls at the heart strings. Lapis escapes from real sorrow in her life and ends up in Culpepper Grove at the Red Petticoat Saloon. I was a little concerned when I started reading this book as I really don۪t enjoy reading about age play. However, the subject has been handled very skilfully by the author. Other authors should take note! Do yourself a favour and buy this excellent book.
DB on 04/20/2016 07:14pm
I don't know if these books can get any better - they are all so good!!! Since this series will have some different authors, the books -I hope - will have a lot of different adventures, since some authors kinda repeat the same scenes when doing a series of books. I loved this one! There were spankings, mystery, caring and a lot of love! 5 stars
DB on 04/20/2016 07:14pm
I don't know if these books can get any better - they are all so good!!! Since this series will have some different authors, the books -I hope - will have a lot of different adventures, since some authors kinda repeat the same scenes when doing a series of books. I loved this one! There were spankings, mystery, caring and a lot of love! 5 stars
Redrabbitt on 04/20/2016 07:05pm
Once again we are back in Culpepper Cove and the Red Petticoat Saloon. We met Little Lapis, who likes to dress like a young girl, and she loves to be taken in hand. Little Lapis has a sweet child-like innocence about her and what she craves the most to have a man be a daddy to her, giving her discipline, attention, and love. Mayor Will Rockwell is shocked when he sees her in the bank and then again later when she is talking to his niece, Polly. What starts out as a confrontation becomes a domination and then fascination, and before Will knows it, he is punishing her and then he nurtures her. Will discovers his need to protect and care for his little Lulu, and he wants to be her daddy, her lover, her husband and her master but can he convince her that she is worthy to be his wife and his little girl. The plot kept me captivated and the pages turning with mystery and suspense, a strong dominant man and a submissive little lady who bring out the best in each other.
Redrabbitt on 04/20/2016 07:05pm
Once again we are back in Culpepper Cove and the Red Petticoat Saloon. We met Little Lapis, who likes to dress like a young girl, and she loves to be taken in hand. Little Lapis has a sweet child-like innocence about her and what she craves the most to have a man be a daddy to her, giving her discipline, attention, and love. Mayor Will Rockwell is shocked when he sees her in the bank and then again later when she is talking to his niece, Polly. What starts out as a confrontation becomes a domination and then fascination, and before Will knows it, he is punishing her and then he nurtures her. Will discovers his need to protect and care for his little Lulu, and he wants to be her daddy, her lover, her husband and her master but can he convince her that she is worthy to be his wife and his little girl. The plot kept me captivated and the pages turning with mystery and suspense, a strong dominant man and a submissive little lady who bring out the best in each other.
Laurel Lasky on 04/20/2016 04:42pm
I just love this wonderful series and this third book by Renee Rose. The thoughts and emotions of the characters were so well written that I needed a tissue to wipe the tears away but there was a happy ending.
Laurel Lasky on 04/20/2016 04:42pm
I just love this wonderful series and this third book by Renee Rose. The thoughts and emotions of the characters were so well written that I needed a tissue to wipe the tears away but there was a happy ending.
PJB on 04/20/2016 12:48pm
I loved this follow on in the new Red Petticoat series. This story is sweet and sad but with a happy ending. I spilled tears along the way. I have never understood age play until I read this charming western tale by Renee Rose. A well deserved five stars!
PJB on 04/20/2016 12:48pm
I loved this follow on in the new Red Petticoat series. This story is sweet and sad but with a happy ending. I spilled tears along the way. I have never understood age play until I read this charming western tale by Renee Rose. A well deserved five stars!

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