Little Lizzie's Reform

Little Lizzie's Reform

by Allison West

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BN ID: 2940157072506
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 10/05/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 641,488
File size: 161 KB

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Little Lizzie's Reform 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
boujie1 More than 1 year ago
Naughty Little Lizzie! Elizabeth wants her independence and doesn’t stop to think of the consequences of her actions. Thomas catches her leaving a tavern by herself and escorts her home; rather than climbing back into her bedroom window like she has done in the past he forces her to face her father. Her father is out of patience and ideas on how to tame his daughter and at Thomas’s suggestion agrees to send her to Alton Reform School for training. As she is leaving there by a window she is captured a second time by Thomas. He gives her the option of returning to face her father in disgrace or go to his home and learn to be a good girl. She has always manipulated the people around her and she starts to realize the real freedom she has been seeking is in letting go. If you are a fan of age play you will enjoy this! I VOLUNTARILY REVIEWED AN ADVANCE READER COPY OF THIS BOOK
booboo36ff More than 1 year ago
This book just wasn't for me. I enjoy age play novels. I don't enjoy the ones that have false punishments. I am not a fan, but can be ok, with maintenance or even the "just because Papa/Daddy wants to" punishments. What I don't like, and turns me off a book, is the punishment for a trumped up infraction. This one in this book was the little sharing her biscuit with a fellow little. She wasn't told not to share, she wasn't told she had to eat all of her food; in fact, at this point in the book she had just arrived at the school and had been given NO instructions, and still thought it was a school for etiquette training. This "punishment" and her future Papa's acceptance and condonement of it turned me off, and I was never able to get back into the story. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
BlueDiamond4 More than 1 year ago
Another wonderful ‘little’ story. This one has an in-depth and unique look into living life as a little. A very interesting read.
Katy_Beth More than 1 year ago
This story was a 3.5 overall. For me the story started out a bit slowly as we watched Elizabeth make a foolish choice that leads to her meeting Thomas Montgomery. He feels a connection to her but still arranges for her to go to the school. But when she gives the school the slip Thomas is smart enough to work things around to his own advantage. I think the real turning point is the story is what happens when Elizabeth has a true chance to think about her old life and her new life as Little Lizzie. It helps her to finally settle on her decisions. I really loved how much Thomas seemed to care but there was some of the interaction with the nanny that made me wonder if the best was being done for little Lizzie. As the relationship develops between Thomas and as time goes on with the nanny I felt like a happy and wonderful life for all involved
Goldienut More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing book! Main characters are Elizabeth(Lizzie) and Thomas. Elizabeth is a regular Houdini and Thomas is the one to stop her shenanigans. She is finally going to find her way with Thomas' help and he finds her ready to settle down after she knows that he really loves her. She just can't believe how loved she feels after becoming little Lizzie. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
emlv More than 1 year ago
My honest review for an ARC copy. Lizzie is a girl that is in need of guidance. Thomas works for an asylum meant to regress young, wayward, ladies and whip them into shape the old fashioned way. But the thing is, Thomas feels drawn to her in a way that makes him want her for his own. Through circumstances of Lizzie’s doing, he gets the opportunity to sway her father into allowing them to wed. She soon settles into life as his little wife…and they are a perfect match. This is a good one for all the ‘little’ fans.
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
YOU ARE A UNIQUE FLAME Thomas Montgomery seeks out young women that are on a path of destruction, convinces their parents that it would be best if they were sent to Alton Reform and schooled in better behavior. He is paid a commission on each young lady he can enroll at Alton. Elizabeth Grey is on a slippery slope, sneaking out at night, going to taverns alone and then back home. At twenty-four, she doesn’t want to marry, like her friend Isabel had been forced to do. The plot has Elizabeth caught by Thomas coming out of a tavern alone after drinking and dancing. He insists upon accompanying her home, and then wakes her father and lets him know and recommends enrolling her at Alton Reform school. Elizabeth is livid but has no other options, and even is asked to sign the paperwork because of the threat of her being placed in an asylum instead. She doesn’t even last an afternoon before she escapes and is caught again by Thomas and escorted home. Her next choice in life comes as even a great shock. Can Thomas tame the wild Elizabeth and make her his own little Lizzie? “Love had a tricky way of weaving a web, tangling them together for all of eternity.” Maybe in the process of being contained and made little, Lizzie will learn that is what she wants and desires more than anything else in the world.
Joanie_M More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book about a rebellious young woman and the man determined to protect her from herself. Thomas convinced Elizabeth's father to send her to a reform school, but she ran away almost as soon as she got there. Already smitten with her, Thomas decided he needed to take Elizabeth in hand himself and turn her into little Lizzie. I loved the conflict this created in Elizabeth; she didn't want adult responsibilities to begin with but being treated like a child didn't sit well with her either. Thomas was a very realistic character; he truly cared for Lizzie and tried to do right by her but he made mistakes and wasn't always 100% sure that his decisions were in Lizzie's best interest. The plot moved along quickly and was very entertaining. The age play wasn't overdone but was a prominent part of the story and Elizabeth earned lots of discipline. I highly recommend this book.