At her nod, he continued. “For me, age play is an agreement between two people who love and trust each other completely. One of the couple is willing to allow the other to care for them totally. Age play does not involved people under the age of eighteen. There are no actual children in the practice. Only a very brave person who becomes a child in the relationship allowing his or her Daddy or Mommy to take care of them. Some of the items in your drawer are made for babies or for age play. Are you interested in having someone take care of you, Cecily, as if you were a child?” Jon asked watching Cecily’s face.
Cecily was holding hold her breath just like she did every time she was scared. Jon kissed her softly, “You’ll have to take a chance, Cecily. Tell me the truth. Do you dream of being Penny?”
Slowly, Cecily nodded her head and finally she admitted, “I read and reread that book imagining myself as Penny. I dream of having a strong man to be my Daddy and he always looks like you.”
This ninth story in the popular Dr. Richards' Little series, focuses on Cecily and her childhood friend, Jon. Who knew they would be such a romantic couple.
Some of the characters from the first eight novels in this series reappear to continue their stories. You do not need to read the stories in order. All are complete stories. The books in this series will feature invasive medical treatments, including thorough examinations and enemas when required, as well as diaper changes, spankings and other punishments. If you are offended by age play (adults who choose to live as a Little or a parent of a Little) or dubious consent, this is not the book for you.