Forced to flee when she is drawn into danger through her brother’s actions, Lindy’s survival depends on a retired police officer with an eye for detecting trouble. Josiah knows instantly that this young woman is his Little girl and he will protect her at any cost. Together, they will make their way to SANCTUM to find safety and security in the developing age play community. But will her past come back to jeopardize their future together? And, what’s in that mysterious package her brother sent to her before he was slain?
Josiah brushed back her long, straight hair. His mind noted that it would be light brown when clean. “Sweetheart, can you tell me your name?” he asked trying to gauge her status. He could tell immediately that she was very dehydrated and had been wandering out in the hot sun for a long time–perhaps a couple days–without water.
“I’ve got to keep walking. They can still find me,” she croaked hoarsely as if by rote. It appeared she’d been repeating those words to herself for a long time. The young woman’s eyelids fluttered weakly before opening slightly. Her light blue eyes latched on to his face. Immediately, she tried to drag herself away from him into the brush by the side of the road.
“Whoa there, Little girl. I’m not going to hurt you. I promise,” He said softly as he easily overpowered her movements, holding her in place.
“You promise?” she asked, searching his face with the last of her energy.
Pepper North introduces you to a new age play community established by men who practice the lifestyle. Lindy’s story introduces you to the second residents in this community that is isolated from the surrounding world. Here Littles can be Little, and Daddies can take care of their Little ones carefully.
As always, Pepper's books feature invasive medical treatments, 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.