Little Prim and Proper by Allison West
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This story is a different take on the historical age-play school. In most of the books in this genre while there is sometimes some dubious content you still feel that it for the good of the woman and ultimately there is care.
This story opens with what is clearly a crime. Also, instead of most of the story being about a woman coming to terms with her inner desires to be a little and learning to enjoy her life, Kat is immediately thrown to a man who wishes to marry her and is her only means of escape.
Arthur has his tastes and desire that aren't mainstream but he is a good person and it is clear that he is upset about the state of things. He proves himself to be a very honorable man. He doesn't force choices on Kat. You can see how the outcome of everything could really cause him his own pain.
The story ends at what is really the beginning of the life of these two people as they forge their own path.
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