Little Samantha's Choice

Little Samantha's Choice

by Meredith O'Reilly


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After twenty-five-year-old Samantha Briggs leaves an initially minor sickness untreated, the illness worsens quickly and she ends up feverishly sleeping the weekend away. Her husband, Jackson, stays by her side and sees to all of her needs. But when she wakes up wearing a diaper and footie pajamas, she is furious. Jackson apologizes, but he does admit that he has always yearned to care for Samantha like a loving daddy.

Samantha is shaken by this revelation, but after some reading and some thinking, she agrees to try being Jackson's little girl. She soon finds herself happily immersed in a land of games, dolls, bedtime stories, and her daddy's loving care for her every need. She isn't sure how she feels about wearing a diaper, and she definitely doesn't like the spankings she gets when she's naughty, but the peaceful surrender that comes with being her daddy's little girl makes her feel as though every stressful part of her life has been erased.

Samantha and Jackson fall into a routine: she is an adult on the weekdays, and a little girl-and sometimes a baby-on the weekends. But when she slips up and embarrasses herself by behaving childishly during a stressful morning at work, she reconsiders their new relationship. Will she give up the lifestyle she's grown to love so much, or can she come to accept that there is nothing wrong with choosing to be her daddy's little girl?

Publisher's Note: Little Samantha's Choice is an erotic novel that contains spankings, age play, anal play, elements of BDSM, sexual scenes, and more. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781502998743
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/14/2015
Pages: 266
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.56(d)

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Little Samantha's Choice 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Katy_Beth More than 1 year ago
Samantha knows her husband is hiding a secret but one weekend when she's sick in bed she figures it out.  Jackson is really interested in age-play but he loves her more.  Samantha is willing to give it a try.  She begins to embrace it which scares her.  But being honest and sharing gives them a chance to work together to work things out and both be happy.  
_SH More than 1 year ago
Great read here with a new take on an age play story. Samantha's conflict with the age play dynamic and Jackson's angst and fear for his marriage felt extremely real as I read the book. A very well written story, a plot with some depth, and characters that yank you into their lives makes me look forward to another by this author. Don't miss this one! I received this book from Stormy Night Publications as an Advanced Reader Copy.
Felicity_Nichols_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Jackson has always had an age play fetish. He wants someone to take care of and nuture. He loves Samantha but fears if he comes to terms and buckles down and expresses his need Samantha will leave him. When she falls ill he takes on the role of care taker, he didn't expect to wake up and discover it before he had a chance to explain to her his reasons. Samantha is shaken to say the least waking up in a diaper and footie pajamas. She has the biggest internal conflict as she reluctantly agrees to try an age play relationship. Throughout the story she goes back and forth as her body yearns for the relaxation and carefree attitude that being a little gives.  I loved Little Samantha's Choice because it is a fresh perspective. O'Reilly takes a risk by making it Jackson's need instead of the usual woman's need. She gives plenty of conversation and explanation as to why he wants this while bringing to light Samantha's fears. I feel like if Samantha would have just given in and submitted to the lifestyle change it wouldn't have made as strong of a story. For this to be a debut author I would have thought she had been writing for years. The experience and well thought out story line impressed me and drew me in from the first few pages. If this is O'Reilly's first story I cannot wait to see what else she brings to the table.