Published: December 2015
E-book: 111 pages
LuAnn’s had a crush on her older, rebellious stepbrother since the year he lived with them—his last year of high school. Now, four weeks before graduating from Sarah Wharton Women’s College, she’s been kicked out for having boys in her dormitory, and he’s the one who shows up to collect her. With her parents away in Europe, he brings her to his place, because leaving a young woman unchaperoned isn’t done in 1957.
Brad makes it clear she is not to emulate the wild behavior of his youth, and he starts things out with a long, bare-bottomed punishment. Soon, though, he discovers his stepsister is all grown up, and having her under his authority makes her a temptation too delicious to resist. Before long, he’s strayed way past what is acceptable, turning her into his little girl and bringing her to the peaks of pleasure during her numerous punishments. LuAnn brings out the dominant side of him, but with it comes the desire to take care of her and nurture the sweet innocence she’s been trying to cover up. He wants her for keeps, which means risking their parents’ disapproval and leaving his rebellious side behind forever.
Publisher’s Note: The book contains spanking, elements of ageplay and graphic sexual scenes. If such content offends you, please do not buy this book.
Let me first start with the fact that I love the period this story took place in was what drew me to start flipping pages. This is a first for me, reading something taking place in the ’50s that weren’t related to school research. I will admit I did like the classic hints that were present, the updos, the classic attire and the words used were spot on and added to the story.
Brad has to go to school and pick up his little stepsister that he hasn’t seen for years. When he first lays his eyes on her, he sees that she is not the same 13 year old when he’d last seen her. With these two in close proximate and no parents in sight, Brad takes it upon himself to discipline LuAnn the best he knows how. The creativeness of the writing and the hotness between LuAnn and Brad was what kept me genuinely interested and kept the pages turning. The heat that came from every page turn was extreme, and I will be reading more from this author.