The Game Plan [NOOK Book]

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From the age of eight, Cassandra Johnson fought against ever being loved for fear of being abandoned again following her father’s cruel and abrupt departure. When her mother married ex-Dolphins quarterback Big Bill Johnson, a new stepdad and three new stepbrothers entered Cassie’s life.


After the passing of her mother Cassie grows tired ...
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The Game Plan

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Overview

From the age of eight, Cassandra Johnson fought against ever being loved for fear of being abandoned again following her father’s cruel and abrupt departure. When her mother married ex-Dolphins quarterback Big Bill Johnson, a new stepdad and three new stepbrothers entered Cassie’s life.


After the passing of her mother Cassie grows tired of living under the thumb of her three stepbrothers, and she decides to press for independence, asserting her obstinate and willful disposition and defying all rules laid out for her.

When Bill goes to Japan for three months on business, Cassie’s eldest stepbrother, Rob, is left in charge. He decides that a change to the "Game Plan" is in order and that it will start with a trip over his knee for a bare bottom spanking! Rob’s interest in Cassie goes far beyond just curbing her naughty behavior, however. He wants much, much more from her.

Cassie’s fantasy of having a life free from control is soon shattered. Bryon, her second oldest stepbrother, adds some firm-handed discipline of his own, and Cassie soon discovers the secret shared by the two brothers. Both are involved in the D&S scene, and both want to make Cassie part of their lifestyle. The stubborn young woman soon finds herself facing more than just an old-fashioned, over the knee, bare-bottom spanking. She quickly learns that humiliation and submission can lead to the healing of a long-broken and hardened heart.

Publisher’s Note: The Game Plan is an erotic novel that includes non-consensual spankings, punishment enemas and anal play, mouth soaping, exhibitionism, STRONG & SEXUAL AGE PLAY ELEMENTS, and more. Very hot! If such material offends you, don’t buy this book.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014447751
  • Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
  • Publication date: 5/20/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 99,470
  • File size: 420 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2012

    Not a bad read

    I would not call it great, and the author does go for pretty much EVERY possible cliche in the genre. But it is a fun book and the reader does become invested in Cassie's evolution. If you are looking for another Fifty Shades type tale, this could do it.

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  • Posted September 11, 2012

    Highly recommended

    Very good story even for those not into ageplay. The characters are all developed nicely and you see how each relationship changes and gets better. It is not has harsh as some ageplay stories are but is definitly a keeper.

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  • Posted August 29, 2012

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    I loved this book......this book is about a young woman who is l

    I loved this book......this book is about a young woman who is lost and
    out of control...she doesn't think anybody really loves her. Her father
    abandon her and her mother when she was 8 and so she is constantly
    afraid of being left again. Her step brothers decide to make a new
    "game plan" to prove their love to her. This books had
    elements of D/s and ageplay, but it is light and loving. I hope there is
    a second part to their story.

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  • Posted July 19, 2012

    This is one up and coming author! From the beginning, the charac

    This is one up and coming author! From the beginning, the characters come to life and you are drawn into the story. The love, caring, concern and situation is realistic and brings the AP lifestyle into focus in a way I've never seen done. If this in an indication of how Ms. Hayse tells a story- then she has a reader who will keep searching for more of her books.

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  • Posted July 7, 2012

    This story had a lot of detail and good character development. I

    This story had a lot of detail and good character development. I enjoyed it and I hope this story set us up for a part two

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  • Posted July 4, 2012

    Cassie was abandoned by her father and recently her mom died. B

    Cassie was abandoned by her father and recently her mom died. But she's not alone she has a stepdad that spoils her rotten and three big step-brothers. But she's starting to get out of control and things are changing fast. Some people might be bothered by the relationships that are forming because they are step siblings but the two oldest really didn't grow up with Cassie. Also, when you see the genuine love, care, and concern between her and the two oldest it feels right. How they work everything out is very unique but I really enjoyed the story. I really hope we'll get to hear more about some of the other relationships that are brought up in the final chapter.

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