I went into this book with a completely open mind and I am glad that I did. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but the way the author wrote and told the story, you were engrossed in the characters more so than how the characters are choosing to live their lives. This is definitely NOT for anyone under the age of eighteen. It contains some pretty graphic scenes with kink. Despite all of this I really loved the book. It is just a shy of 140 pages, but it is a jam-packed story that had me hooked from beginning to end in one sitting. I just couldn’t put it down until I found out how things would work out for Charlotte.
Charlotte is in a desperate situation. She needs a job and a roof over her head. Eventually getting an interview and a job at Gordon’s leads her to meet Benton. Benton has been looking for a ‘little’ to fulfill his fantasies and the moment he lays his eyes on Charlotte he knows he needs to at least try introducing her to the world he lives in. After showing her all about age play, which is when adults choose to live their lives as a teenager, a child or an infant under the care of a person they have selected to take the role of a mom or dad. The story really does push off from there and explores a lot of things that goes with this lifestyle as well as what would possibly drive one to seek out said life.