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Posted July 23, 2014
When an accident lays Alexia up with too much time to think she starts to have fantasy of what she would like to see happen between her and her husband. When's she finally brave enough to admit them he's more than wiling to get on board. Love how he takes it and runs with it giving Little Lexie everything she wants and needs.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted June 27, 2014
I have to admit this is the first book that I have read, belonging to the age-play genre. As a reader I love books which push the boundaries, so felt this was a perfect area to explore next. I am mindful that it is NOT a book everyone will like or even wish to read. However many readers do like to read this genre and should never be judged for doing so. Neither should Sue Lyndon for having the guts to write it! Believe me I read some rather controversial books myself!
As I read the novella I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it. The one thing I thought may be unusual, was reading Lexie call her husband Daddy. However I think because I have read quite a few BDSM books with the same term, it helped me to overlook it. I am told, there are different age ranges for age-play books. With this in mind, if this story had Lexie regressing to the nappy and bottle stage, I would have had personal issues in continuing reading it, but it didn’t I was ok.
I loved the way her need for the age-play experience developed within the story. Her husband caring for her when she had been injured, felt realistic, which I liked. I can see how the need to be protected and cherished could develop as a result of an accident where long term care was required. I know some people prefer to see themselves as independent of other people, but there are people who like to be cared for and nurtured in a protective manner, like Lexie. This will help readers relate to the story better.
Sue Lyndon has a brilliant writing style, which is easy to read at the end of a mind numbing day of work. The characters were likable and the plot line, to me, was well thought through. I will certainly read more by this author in the future.
Posted June 22, 2014
There are books out there about the different fetishes there are out there. This book deals with one
called "Age Play" which is a form of roleplaying where one person acts a different age and it can
be sexual or non sexual. Alexa wants to pretend to be a little girl and her husband William as her daddy.
Alexa is already submissive to William and they both have enjoyed this throughout their marriage.
Alexa had a car accident and she realizes that she really loves the way William tends to her when she
is recovering from her accident which is when she realizes she really wants to be a little girl and let
William be her daddy. Alexa is scared to mention this to William at first but after awhile she finally does
tell him. William is so willing to try this and see where it leads.
The way that the author writes this story, you can feel the love between these two people. Alexa wants
to see where this kind of play will lead and William is ready to do what ever is necessary to make his
wife happy. This book opened my eyes to "Age Play" and how it can be done in a special way between two people
who love and care for eachother.
There are plenty of hot scenes and the way the author describes how Alexa (Lexi) feels during all of
this made me feel like I knew exactly how she was feeling. The whole book is done in a manner that is
tasteful and you can begin to see why Alexa would want to feel like a little girl again especially since
William is such a kind and caring guy who only wants to make his wife happy.
I know people are curious about all kinds of roleplaying games and I think this book would be a great
read for someone who is wondering how "Age Play" is done from different point of views.
I am looking forward to reading more from this author, she has a way with words that makes me
excited to read more from her.
Posted June 16, 2014
My Review: Mad Reviewer Stefani
I have read a lot of erotica and BDSM books, but never an age play story. Alexa and William have a good marriage.
She recently had an accident and he is caring for her.
In the wake of his attention, she found herself looking for more. What a great story.
William is understanding and loving when it comes to Alexa.
Once she confessed her fantasies to him, he obliged above and beyond expectations, and little Lexie was born.
Their love and trust for each other is shown evident in each movement in the story.
Becoming Lexie was a sweet and tender (yet enticing) story.
Posted June 13, 2014
I received a free copy in return for an honest review.
Becoming Little Lexi was the first age play story that I have read. It explores the beginning of a Daddy/little relationship between a married couple that already practices Domestic Discipline. I found that is was easy to follow and quick to draw you in. In this short story, you quickly find yourself holding your breath for Alexia as she realizes what she is feeling and worries over how her husband will react. You easily feel her fear and anxiety that gets to turn into wonder and happiness. I enjoyed following William and Lexi on their journey. It was nice to see a strong, nurturing dominate figure. As a woman, don't we all want to be cared for and nurtured at some point? I give it 5 stars. I just don't see how any other books in this particular genre will compare to this without possibly falling a little short.
Posted May 31, 2014
I've read a variety of age play since I began reading Erotica but none introduce age play like Becoming Little Lexie. Alexa and William met through a friend and shared their need of Dominance and submission. When Alexa gets into a car wreck and is limited on her abilities she finds herself craving more of William's love and attention. His nurturing attitude stirs a need deep within her.
After a glass of liquid courage she admits to William her desires unknowing he wants the same thing. This launches into a lifestyle shift for Alexa and William as they journey into age play.
Sue Lyndon writes in such a realistic way that you are in Alexa's head watching her transform into Lexie. You get both her thoughts and William. If you have never read age play, give Becoming Little Lexie a try. It it sure to please with it subtle age play.
Posted May 28, 2014
Ive read other age play stories but none of them holds a candle to this one. I thoroughly enjoyed reading about Alexa exploring her little girl side. It is a wonderful love story of a couple willing to try something new to improve their relationship. As a reader and woman I was totally able to relate to Alexa's fears and wondering if their love could handle this new side of her. If you've never read an age play but have always been curious about it then read this book. You wont be disappointed. I hope to see more age play stories from Sue in the future.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted September 25, 2014
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