Sunday, December 20, 2015

We Need A Little Christmas

Thanks so much for having me over today, Erzabet!
This excerpt comes from my brand new Age Play holiday novella. It’s part of the We Need a Little Christmas box set, also written by the amazing Abbie Adams.
In the following scene, Jack decides to change things up a bit right before they make love…

"Do you mind waiting a few more minutes before starting?"
She groaned and frowned up at him.
"Give me three minutes. I promise, you'll like it."
 "All right," she said with a huff and started to sit up.
"I didn't tell you to get up," he growled and her eyes widened. "Lay back down, right there. Keep your breasts out, so I can keep an eye on one of my favorite parts of your body." He grinned when her eyes dilated and her breath quickened. "Oh, and one more thing." He turned to give her a toothy grin. "Play with your nipples for me. I want them nice and firm and ready for my mouth when I return."
The soft groan she released accompanied a quick shifting of her pelvis. His wife loved dirty talk.
 "Play with yourself. Now."
Whimpering, she took one finger between her luscious lips and sucked. God, if that was his cock, he would be in Heaven right now. She got her finger nice and wet, and tentatively trailed it down to her breasts.
"Stroke your tits. Be a dirty girl for me. Squeeze them between your fingers, and tickle them. Get them ready for me, so I can suck on those hard little nubs when I get back."

Thirty-three year old, Ivy Henry seems to have it all. A well-paying job, a new house, and her wonderful HOH/husband, Jack. At her request, they had incorporated Domestic Discipline into their marriage a few years ago and she flourished under his love, guidance, and support.
But, this year's holiday season is wreaking havoc on their calm relationship. Between the stress of work and hosting this year's Christmas Eve party for all the family, Ivy is becoming more and more out of control. To top it off, she has a secret she can't share with Jack.
Their relationship is wonderful but she wants more—a chance to explore her younger side. Ivy desires to do Age Play but is fighting her needs because it is embarrassing. How can she trust Jack not to laugh when she tells him she wants to curl up on his lap at night and call him Daddy?
Jack has been watching Ivy slip away emotionally for the past year. His beautiful, sweet wife is now always angry and ill tempered. DD just doesn't seem to be cutting it any longer. He can tell she is unhappy, but doesn't know how to help her until the day he finds her chat sessions on her computer. Discovering hope again, he begins to make plans to escape from this stressful holiday. He will introduce his precious Ivy to her new daddy—him. They both need to reconnect and they both need a Little Christmas.


I was offered Katherine Dean's wonderful story to review and I fell in love with it from the start. The main character Ivy is a woman who by day works as a high powered lawyer but by night secretly dreams of being a "Little." Her husband knows something is up and when he finds out just what his wife is hungering for, he gives her a holiday gift she won't ever forget. 

This was a wonderful foray into the world of age play. Ivy is conflicted because she still has a woman's needs but also finds herself wanting to be a little girl with her husband as a Daddy. I loved the emotional depth of this story and the struggle Ivy had accepting her true desires. Jack, her husband was a wonderful and willing partner, giving her the discipline and support she needed.

If you are a fan of age play or are new to the topic, you have to give this book a try.


Katherine Deane is a multi-published, top 100 romantic and BDSM author and romantic at heart. 
She loves cheese, red wine, chocolate, and snuggling up with her daughters’ kittens while reading a good book.
When not reading, or writing, you can find her knitting, sewing, crafting, or doing pretty much anything to keep her hands busy. She has taken over the dining room AKA craft room, much to her husband’s dismay. In one of her books, an energetic “craftaholic” would find herself over her husband’s knee for losing an important document in a pile of bi-cone crystals and mod podge. Her real life, and the people in them, give her plenty of ideas to work with.
Katherine has dubbed herself the queen of cheese. Not only is she a former Midwestern Cheese Head; she also loves to incorporate it into her books.
In her opinion, all romance deserves at least one cheesy scene that makes you cry.
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1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for hosting me today, Erzabet!
    And thanks for the wonderful review!


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