Saving Lilith Annby Ashley Vail
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All her life, Lilith Ann Polk had only a single, neglectful mother. A runaway at 18, Lilly seeks nurture in relationship she doesn't understand. When she runs away from that relationship two years later, her only shelter is in a pickup parked by a nearby mountain cottage. Rob Prideux finds her and takes her in, assuming she is barely a teenager.
He quickly discovers two things: legally she is an adult, but her emotional vulnerability, shyness, and petite build reinforce that emotionally she is much younger. Without any planning on either Lilly or Rob's part, they naturally fall into a relationship of "Uncle Robby" and Lilly. As "Uncle Robby," Rob teaches Lilly to behave with early bedtimes, strict rules, visits to the corner, and frequent, humiliating, and painful bare bottomed spankings. He even introduces her to Miss Allison, who gives her feminine nurture, but also spanks really hard.
Then Lilly discovers a growing sexual response to the spankings she hates, and realizes that her perfect "Uncle" is also the perfect man of her dreams. Rob, for his part, also must struggle to contain his romantic and lustful impulses for the girl he has sworn to raise.It begins to dawn on both of them that if Lilly can't grow up, their tender and comfortable domestic discipline arrangement just may blossom into something that works for both of them.
Publisher's NOTE: "Saving Lilith Ann" is an erotic novel which includes strict spanking and strong sexual age-play elements. If such material offends you, please do not buy this book.
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First I'll say I was glad that there was a list at the front that let you know there will be more books in the series other wise the ending would have been disappointing. I loved that Rod is really putting Lilly first before his own feelings. Also, there was lots of set up so you can see where this series can be headed. They also don't gloss over how hard it will be for Rod to balance everything and for Lilly to deal with her own feelings.