love all the books in this series and hope they continue this was a pretty sad one to read but loved it all the same
A great but bittersweet continuation of a great series. Kate's determination to reveal other people's hidden details end up forcing her to open up to her own secrets. Though she is the cause of what will be the end of the Eden Institute, the story reminds us that sometimes the very best things can be the result of our worst fears coming true.
Can be read as a atand alone in the Eden Instiute series. This is a book about a troublemaking reporter whom threatens the institute and Nick a founding member and CIA man who is taked to convert her into a little. Discipline but love and fun insue but major changes happen along the way.
This last book in the setting of the Eden Institute was superb. I loved the plot and both Kate's and Nick's characters. The book is so well written and fast paced, that I read it in one sitting, not willing to put it down. I enjoyed that all the important characters from the series were involved in the story. I'm hopeful that this book marks a new beginning, rather than an end to a great series.
I loved every page of this ending to the Eden Series. It is wonderfully crafted. Daddy Nick is lovely and caring and just the right man for Kate. There are lots of age-play elements and some spankings but the overall feel is one of caring, growing love, family and friendship. A very sweet story. Maybe the author will think of doing a new series!!
This is a good, fast paced story about a woman, Kate, who has created major problems for Eden Institute with an article she wrote – and as a result ends up there where she discovers she enjoys the sexual and other benefits of being a “little.” Nick, the man whom she has hurt, becomes her “papa” and her lover – and the development of their relationship, and the fallout from the problems she created, are the heart of this book.
This story is full of drama. Nick has unintentionally drawn attention to Eden. he realizes his part in that and takes steps to help. Kate played a part in the trouble that has been unleashed and because of the nature of Nick's employment and those involved in Eden her very life is in danger. Kate isn't really given much of choice but when her and Nick meet you feel their connection. It is a rough start to a relationship. They both try yet again to save what has become important to both of them. But despite best efforts there are changes that will have to be made. But again Nick steps up and takes a leadership role in the new efforts. In the end the end the family Eden has created pull together and we get to see that there are some wonderful new things in their future.
This story gave me very mixed emotions in the beginning because I felt Kate was being forced into something she new very little about. However, she was soon craving her new lifestyle. It was clear this was something she had needed for a long time and she was now willing to help others save the lifestyle they had built at Eden. Kate quickly falls for Nick and he becomes so much for her. This story truly runs the gamet of emotions but in the end it was well worth the read.
Correcting Lil Kate is an age play novel set at Eden Institute. Kate is brought to Eden due to some mistakes she has made and some things done to her, and CIA man Nick is making his greatest attempt to put her in touch with her inner submissive. Nick proved to be an incredibly gentle dominant especially due to the circumstances, and I found myself liking the hero of the story a lot. I also liked Kate. She was strong, independent, and fiery. The emotional depth to the story was amazing. With Eden's very existence in jeopardy, emotions throughout were high, and I was eager to see how it would play out! One of my favorites in the series!
Eden's very existence is on the line when a tape surfaces exposing what goes on behind the doors of this special place. Faced with a choice of ruin or becoming a member of Eden's select Littles, Kate finds herself in the very place she tried to expose. Nick feels partly responsible for what could be the demise of the institution he helped create. His love of Eden and its occupants has had him dreaming of retiring to live his own life with his special Little behind its walls. Can he give not only forgiveness to Kate but show her that beneath her tough exterior, she is a Little at heart? Will she find true happiness in submission? Will this be the end of Eden or perhaps a new beginning for all? This is a quick read and is the fourth in the Eden Institute series.
I read this story with such mixed emotions, I wanted to cry knowing that the Eden Institution was coming to an end, but I am hoping and praying that we will continue with a new series of Sweetbrier. Each of these books will read as a standalone, but they read better as a series and in the order written. The Eden Institute offers refuge for the young women who found themselves a victim of circumstances and gave them a “get out of jail free” card. These women were all nature submissives whether they realized it or not. At Eden, they are allowed to regress back to young girls and have the love of Mamas and Papas. “I think that we just don’t find Eden. Eden finds us. That’s what makes it so magical.”
We meet, Kate Livingston, a snarky reporter who was dubbed by a vindictive ex-wife of CIA Operative, Nick Overmann. Kate’s posting of a video of Nick spanking his submissive brings heat and threats to Eden. Kate finds herself in jail, and Eden sends in to help her. Nick is not angry with her, but his ex-wife. He sees a Little Girl needing protection in Kate and wants to become her protective Papa. For Nick, Kate is perfect for him, and she finds the peace she has never known before. This is an age-play story, at an institution that normally rescues non-violent submissive adults from prison and matching them up with adults seeking a Little. It includes spankings, enemas, anal-play, medical exams and sexual situations by consenting adults.
Phoebe was a pretty, petite girl born with a club foot. Because of this she was shy and withdrawn. She had a horrible childhood and wanted to get away From her terrible family. She took a job caring for a kindly elderly woman and worked for her for 10 years, giving her money to her terrible family. Then the family wanted her to marry an old nasty man. She answer an add for a housekeeper for a large sweet mountain man. They were attracted to each other and they were happy except when Kate misbehaved and then she got a hard spanking. They married and when her family found her they tried to take her but she was saved by her man. This had domestic discipline, some age play, and lots of love. I adored this book and had me laughing and crying and I loved the storyline.