Playing Pretend

Playing Pretend

by Alice Dockery
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Playing Pretend by Alice Dockery

Jennifer has a secret desire. She wants a daddy. Deep down, she craves a strong man who will take care of her and treat her like his special girl. Then she meets Nick, and everything seems to fall into place. He doesn't see her as a woman like the rest of the world. No, he knows that she's just a sweet little girl.

Together, they decide she'll spend the weekend at his house. She won't be an adult. While she's there, she is going to be treated just like a little girl. She will be subject to all of his rules. From pigtails to sippy cups and spankings, Jenny is going to be a good girl. When she behaves, she gets cuddled and is allowed to watch cartoons on her Daddy's lap.

Jennifer assumes she'll just get to act like a kindergartner, but when she when forgets her place and misbehaves, Nick has no problem regressing her even more. She might start out as a kindergartner, but it isn't long before Jennifer becomes Jenny, a diapered toddler waddling around his house.

Now that her fantasy has become a reality, Jenny has a hard time giving up her adulthood. She keeps thinking about ending this. It would just take a word and she could be an adult again. The diapers are so humiliating! She wants to be a big girl in big girl panties who can make her own decisions, yet it feels so good to have her daddy hold her...

Publisher’s Note: This 22,000 word story contains explicit content which some readers may find objectionable. This novella contains age play imagery between consenting adults. Themes of male domination, diapering, and mild humiliation are also present.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045404822
Publisher: Pink Leash
Publication date: 10/31/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 249,363
File size: 123 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

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Playing Pretend 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not one of my favorites. Lacking details. Many misspelled and misused words.