Charlotte: Dr.Richards’ Littles 7 by Pepper North- Review by Anna Hirsch

Charlotte: Dr. Richards' Littles 7Charlotte: Dr. Richards’ Littles 7 by Pepper North
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Charlotte: Dr. Richards’ Littles by Pepper North
4 Stars

This book is definitely not for everyone. The story is about age-play and it revolves around Charlotte and Benton. It goes into detail about enemas and examinations so be warned.

“ Age play 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 Mommy or Daddy”

I have never read a book like this ever. Definitely A+ for originality. I didn’t know much about age play prior to reading this book. It opened my eyes to a lot. Although this is really not my thing, the book was well written and the story was enjoyable. It is part seven in the Dr. Richards’ Littles series but can be read as a stand-alone. Each book focuses on a different couple.

Charlotte needs a place to live and desperately needs a job. By chance, she manages to get a job interview at Gordon’s. Benton is looking for his “little “ and is immediately attracted to Charlotte. He introduces her to the world of age play and the story takes off from there.

I felt bad for Charlotte on numerous occasions. She must have had a traumatic childhood to be the way she is and be in the situation she was. It’s good that she finally has someone to take care of her. Maybe a little too much? That’s for you to decide.

Review by @Anna Hirsch
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