Little Princess

Little Princess

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Little Princess by Blushing Books, Arabella Kingsley

The young, handsome and wealthy present day Scottish 14th Duke of Macgrory, Marshal Blackwood falls in love with his European business manager's fragile wife during a two month stay with the couple. He discovers her husband beats her, gambles and is in severe debt. In his last poker game he lost the house and his wife to a violent London crime gang leader as though she were a possession for sale. The Duke finds himself fiercely protective of Angelica who naively does not believe what her husband has done and decides to stand by him. Marshal takes matters in to his own hands by kidnapping Angelica and keeping her locked away for the sake of her safety in his family seat, Lochabar Castle in Scotland.

Angelica finds her kidnapper to be very paternal and determined in regressing her back to being a child so he can ascertain what it is in her past that keeps her loyal to her abusive husband. Referring to her as his little princess, Angelica finds herself having to call him Papa in an age-play role. Angelica is confused when she finds herself taking a liking to the role she is made to play and the warm reassurance Marshal's paternal protection affords her.

But when he probes deep into her violent past, she is at pains to hide it. This prompts Marshal to administer a series of hard bare bottom spankings and then to diaper her sore bottom.
He also ensures she receives an intimate medical examination in front of him because she refuses to eat.
Angelica quickly learns the younger man she is helplessly falling for means to wield his sexy dominant aristocratic power over her to keep her safe from the crime gang leader who hunts her and her own destructive tendencies. There is no choice but to surrender and become his little princess unconditionally.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149220533
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 03/15/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 136,580
File size: 352 KB

About the Author

I live in the UK, in the leafy county of Hertfordshire, just outside London with my husband, daughter and dog called Domino. I started my career as a Legal Executive and then decided to change direction and attend University to study History. It was during this time that I gave birth to my thirteen-year-old daughter. I then returned to University to complete a postgraduate degree in History. My passion is writing novels, in particular historical & action romance, gothic romance, fantasy, romantic thrillers and erotica. When I am not writing I love walking in the nearby woods connecting with nature. I am also a Spiritualist Medium and have many stories to tell about my encounters with spirits and past lives which I often translate into my writing.

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Little Princess 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Note: I was given an ARC of this book in return for an impartial review, which I believe I have delivered. Other reviewers have commented that there are some unique aspects to this story compared to the average ageplay scenario, which turned some of them off. While I agree that there was different than normal stuff in here, it only served to make this more memorable to me. I admit that going into this, I thought there was a good chance it would just kind of fade from memory after a few days – there’s the rich dominant male, the woman being reduced to the status of a child, the discipline and growing romance, the standards like the medical exam; all typical ageplay material. However, Arabella Kingsley succeeded in putting her own spin on all of these. The age inversion (younger man, older woman); the adult breastfeeding; even the medical exam seemed a much more ‘realistic’ way a pediatric visit would be twisted to suit this sort of dominance dynamic. While I understand some of these (especially the breastfeeding) might turn off potential readers, partly why I made sure to make note of it here, I do not think it’s in any way ‘graphic’ or gratuitous – it is very much in line which the development of the characters. I will also note, just to make clear since other reviewers have commented on it, that this is in fact set in the modern day, despite its usage of traditional historical themes and characters. However, again as part of its uniqueness, it feels like the two eras blend well, giving it its own sense of almost fairy-tale like ‘neverwhen’ as a setting. It is true that the basic plot is a bit scarce, but it isn’t entirely absent like some reviews I’ve seen have suggested, and it is present throughout the book as a reason to drive the characters and keep their motivations grounded. Ultimately, if you’re an ageplay fan, I highly recommend this as a refreshingly original story of the genre.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. Well written and suspenseful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A man decides to save a woman who's been in an abusive marriage for twenty years. How you ask? By basically kidnapping her and forcing her to do everything he demands. If she doesn't...He spanks her. He forces her to wear and use diapers and to be breastfed by a woman while they are on his plane. Did I mention the woman is 40 years old? It only gets worse from there. He claims he's doing this for love. This was a ridiculous book. Save your money. 80 pages
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a good book but I felt like it could have been so much more. The main character, Angelica, is an older woman who has been unhappy in her marriage of 20 years though she doesn't want to leave her horrid husband - even after he basically uses her to pay off a debt. Marshall is a man who fell in love with her and decides to save her, forcing her to leave with him for her own safety. Once he has her, he informs her that she needs to be regressed back to almost infancy in order to allow herself to be totally taken care of while she recovers. I enjoyed the age-play, regression aspects but felt they were too rushed. I had a hard time with Marshall's continued explanation that she needed this total regression and then allows Angelica to begin "growing up" within a day. I did enjoy the fact that all Marshall's employees participate in DD relationships and have no problem helping him with Angelica. It is a good read but I just prefer more detailed, slower developing scenes. I did find myself hoping that Angelica comes to truly love Marshall as I want her to find true happiness in what she wants and needs.
ReadingToRead More than 1 year ago
All the classic elements of a great age play book, but with an angle I hadn't read before which meant I couldn't put it down till the very last page. I love the real relationship that develops between Marshall and Angelica, but keep a cool drink on hand because boy are there HOT scenes in this book. The touch of suspense is just an added bonus to this great story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you like age play stories You will love this book it has so much more then just the regular age play This is well written and easy to follow but it is HOT The hero in this story will keep you on the edge of your seat turning the pages This is Not just a bunch of pages of sex spankings and age play It is a story with romance age play spankings and more much more You do not want to miss this one Miss Arabella did a great job check it out you will be glad you did Reviewed by Noangel
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
This is an age play story with heavy and frequent domestic discipline, but in a very loving way. It is a modern day story with a Scottish Duke, Marshall, and a novelist, Angelica.  Angelica has been married for 20 years to Nigel who is a sorry excuse of a husband.  He gambles, steals, whores and even sells her.  Marshall investigates Nigel and learns of his plans and at dinner informs him he will be taking her away. Angelica has had an abusive childhood and not a happy marriage.  Her health has been taking a beating and Marshall is greatly concerned and his love for her takes him to taking possession of her. Marshall takes her back to being a baby trying to heal her from all the harm done by her father , a so-called friend and husband.  Overall, this story is a healing with a very loving Papa towards his special Princess.
KArc More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful age-play story. There are many new, at least to me, aspects of age-play included in this story. Marshal and Angelica are beginning a new life together and although Angelica doesn't understand most of what is going on she does understand that her husband of 20 years has just given her up in exchange for payment of his debts. Originally she was to be sold to the mob but Marshal, a friend and admirer steps in, pays off the husband's debts and rescues Angelica from the entire mess. Now she faces a life with rules and consequences. She wants desperately to be loved and cared for but admitting it is another story. I loved his strength and determination. He knows what he wants and will put all his effort into attaining it. Angelica is strong but hurting from too many abusive men. Marshal wants her to be his woman but first he insists she be confident, healthy and capable. Marshal takes her back to infancy and requires her to experience all that infancy entails. She needs healing and he believes this is the best way.
Katy_Beth More than 1 year ago
I reviewed an ARC copy of this book in exchange for my honest review:  Angelica is a sad and trouble woman who seems to be under the complete control of her husband Nigel who is a louse in every since of the word.  Marshal is a strong man who has business dealings with Nigel but stronger than anything is his desire to save Angelica.   The story opens full of drama from the first paragraph.  Marshal gets his chance to save Angelica when the truth of how far her husband has sunk is revealed.   Marshal has to force Angelica to accept his help and taking her back to childhood seems to be the best means help her and get her back to herself.   There is tons of action in this story and it kept me on the edge of my seat.  I think the only thing that kept this from a 5-rating was the way the age-play seems to end as rather abruptly.  
MarybethR More than 1 year ago
I loved this story! Angelica is in an abusive relationship with her husband of 20 years. Marshal met her while staying at their house for two months. He tries to get her to leave her husband, but she refuses. So, he decides to take her by force. He kidnaps her and takes her to his castle in Scotland. He starts his regressive training on the plane. He strips her and he spanks her in front of everyone. He forces her to orgasm in front of him and then, he diapers her. She is both upset and secure in his arms. This is definitely an age-play story. If you don’t like age-play, do not buy this book. But, if you like reading about a woman being treated like a baby until she can trust her Papa, this is the book for you. I really hope that Ms. Kingsley plans to write a sequel!