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Moving a Little Heart (Little Heart, #1)

Moving a Little Heart Little Heart Baylor Parish needs a fresh start After a disastrous loveless marriage and an emotionally neglected childhood she packs her things and moves to a new house out in the desert to get away from it all

  • Title: Moving a Little Heart (Little Heart, #1)
  • Author: Breanna Hayse
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Baylor Parish needs a fresh start After a disastrous, loveless marriage and an emotionally neglected childhood, she packs her things and moves to a new house out in the desert to get away from it all and enjoy her freedom Unfortunately, the occupants of the house next door have other ideas As soon as Hayden Paterson spots her moving in, he takes over Next she meets hisBaylor Parish needs a fresh start After a disastrous, loveless marriage and an emotionally neglected childhood, she packs her things and moves to a new house out in the desert to get away from it all and enjoy her freedom Unfortunately, the occupants of the house next door have other ideas As soon as Hayden Paterson spots her moving in, he takes over Next she meets his stepbrother Jake, a cop who takes her safety far seriously than Baylor does herself The last thing Baylor wants is to get into another relationship, but the Paterson brothers rescue people for a living, and from the moment they clap eyes on her, they label the 23 year old a damsel in distress Not only do they do everything in their power to protect, nurture and guide her, but they also enlist the help of their longtime friends and roommates Terry and Matt Hayden and Jake come together to woo her to become a part of their unique family To them, she is an adult little girl in need of the love, caring, nurturing and yes, discipline that only two Daddies can provide To the independent Baylor, the assumption that she is in dire need of Daddycare seems not only strange, but completely opposed to the self sufficiency she thought she wanted As well as her new Daddy Hayden and Daddy Jake, Baylor also finds herself in the care of Uncle Terry, a retired medic He s the burly, protective house mom and doctor , who is not only thrilled to have a little girl to care for, but likes to take control of Baylor s health in ways that she preferred he did not Then there is Matt, the resident hippie , who quickly becomes Baylor s adoring big brother and helps her devise ways to get into mischief which frequently lands her over the lap of one of her new daddies Basking in the loving embrace of these four men, Baylor s inner child emerges, and under their sometimes stern, but always loving, care, she not only discovers her ability to play and laugh, she also begins to trust and feel loved She also learns that a bottom bared for punishment can experience intense pleasure when used in special ways by one or both of her two men Despite her happiness, Baylor continues to struggle with allowing herself to fully submit Is this lifestyle, the one of a Little girl with two Daddies, an Uncle and a Big Brother, right for her Will she be able to leave behind her loveless, uncaring past and allow her heart to be moved to permanently reside within the arms and home of these very special men From the best selling pen of Breanna Hayse comes this, a unique, sweet and scorching hot tale of a lucky girl who finds four men to care for her in different ways all of them loving Moving A Little Heart contains age play, spanking, anal and medical play, and m nage scenes, as well as polyamory If such material offends you, please do not buy this book.

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    1. Nobody does it betterMakes me feel sad for the restNobody does it half as good as youBaby, you're the bestI wasn't looking but somehow you found meIt tried to hide from your love lightBut like Heaven above meThe spy who loved meIs keeping all my secrets safe tonight ~ Carly Simon There are some books which remind me of a song. With Moving a Little Heart, this song plays in my mind. Baylor Parish is a woman whose lived a loveless life. So often it seems people who love unconditionally just give [...]

    2. It was okay, all in all.The beginning is great. The middle part is filling. And the ending is somewhat cringe-worthy.The way it starts out is just fantastic. I think the best premise for these age play stories is to make it natural for the participants to adopt the particular lifestyle, and not just settle for it for sexual reasons. So when it's brought about through a need for nursing and care, it just makes for a better story. And this one does that really well.The middle part seems largely un [...]

    3. FINDING A HOME SWEET HOMEBaylor Parrish has had nothing but a hard 23 years of life. From a neglectful mother who put her in charge of her five siblings since she was three years old, then a bad marriage to a momma's boy for a husband. Finally, after her divorce she wants to just get away from it all and start over and just be in charge of herself. Moving into a new home in the desert in a very small neighborhood, she finds herself anything but left alone. Next door neighbors decide that this Li [...]

    4. Somehow I missed this one when it came out a few months ago but I love age-play especially Breanna's. I saw the ad for the sequel so I picked this one up to get read first. I wasn't disappointed at all. I love the way that all the new people in Baylor's life gently and lovingly bring her to a place where they can truly take care of her needs. As her relationship with Hayden and Jake develop they can also begin to explore her wants as well. And when misunderstanding almost rips them apart a someo [...]

    5. I was surprised at myself that I liked this book. I read maybe 2 other books in the Daddy/age-play genre and could not get into them. But I liked this one. I actually read it in one sitting. I thought it was well written and maybe because she was 23 and not 40+ running around calling someone daddy, I could relate somewhat. For what ever reason, I liked it and would read another like this from Breanna Hayse !!!

    6. Loved the collection of male figures and their different personalities and how it affected Baylor becoming a little.

    7. This was a wonderful ageplay story. Baylor is moving into a new neighborhood. She has finally escaped her ex-husband’s family’s abuse. As she is unloading the truck, she meets Hayden. He is a little overbearing, but she finds herself attracted to him. Then she meets his brother, Jake. He is more dominant and he wants to be her Daddy. He wants to love and care for her with Hayden. But, there is more! Terry and Mark, a gay couple living there as well are part of the package. Terry wants to be [...]

    8. Uniquely done, I loved it.Baylor is just out of her awful marriage that came on the heels of a loveless childhood. Now she is moving to the desert to be alone. Hayden lives next door in the duplex and insists on helping her out with friends and is pretty pushy. Then, as she broke her word to Hayden about returning that night, Jake pulls her over for reckless driving. Takes her home to his upset brother. Enter Terry and Matt for uncle and brother and you have a family. Too bad Baylor is having a [...]

    9. Breanna Hayse has done it again and has written another marvelous Ageplay romance. Baylor is moving to a new neighborhood after a terrible marriage and just wants space and to be alone. That's not happening as she is welcomed by Hayden who butts in her life with his three house mates. Hayden and Jake see the little lost child and become Baylor's daddies and Matt who becomes her big brother and he had a daddy , Terry who becomes her uncle. Now add a giant gecko and a grandpa, and you have her new [...]

    10. WonderfulI have never read this style of book and at first thought nah well maybe so I did a smart thin and downloaded the sample. I find you usually can tell if you will like a book pretty quickly at least I find that to be true. Well I can tell you I read the first five pages and said forget this and immediately purchased the book. I am so glad I did (except for the lack of sleep because I couldn't stop reading). This was so well written and I loved the dynamic that was laid out in the story l [...]

    11. So I admit I am new to this Daddy Dom/little girl but the three books I have read are all missing the romance. Yes there is sex and some of it is hot, but I need to feel the characters connect. I did not feel this between this family. I was not expecting an enema in this book, that pretty much grossed me out, but to each their own! I wish I had felt the love between them I think that would have made the story better. I did not enjoy that there are relatively four men that barge into this woman's [...]

    12. Breanna Hayse has done it again. I absolutely loved this book. I have not read a 5 star book in a long time. This one was just wonderful. Age-play is not done very often by many authors, but I am so glad Hayse writes it. All of her characters were fully fleshed out and believable. I enjoyed the way she worked in and uncle and big brother without it feeling strange, they were a family and they were there but it was not a sexual thing. If you enjoy age-play I highly recommend it.

    13. I really didn't know about the concept of this book, I was quite surprised. It disturbed me but it was all positive. Like some people need to be care. And all this book just showed about the love. Love for their own.Beware that this book was about little girl mode/daddies with uncle and bog brother. with some spanking on the line and a poly relationship. The good thing was the little girl and big girl was well written.

    14. Oh, another winner from Breanna Hayse but it's no surprise, right?! Baylor, has huge obstacles to overcome and when she meets her new next door neighbors her life is going to shift in such a great way. She doesn't agree at first and the journey is not always smooth but so worth taking. There is quite a bit of emotion in this book and it is written so very well, the characters and plot are strong and will keep you turning page after page. Very nicely done!!

    15. Age play is something new to me. I picked this one up because of an email I received from the author giving out a free book in exchange for purchasing "Loving a Little Heart". I had read other books by this author so decided to give both books a try. Got to say I love it! If you've never read any of Breanna's other books, you really need to give them a try.

    16. GreatIt wasn't what I expected at all, especially considering the front cover. I have to say it was the reason I did not purchase the book. I am glad I did now, I believe it was on sale. Knowing now what it is, I would gladly pay full price. It is full of discipline and love. You do not want to miss it.

    17. Menage plus moreI love anything by this author. Look forward to the sequel. This is not just age play. It is also about family dynamics within age play scenario. It has 2 daddies, an uncle, a brother and latter the daddies own father. They teach a woman who has never had a good family life to trust again as well as to play.

    18. If Breanna Hayse writes it, I read it. Simple as that. This one was a bit different than books that I usually read, but I fell in love with all the characters. The plot was great and it was over way too soon.

    19. Very well written!!I loved the interaction between the characters and the realness of the story! This is my first time reading age play and I really liked it!!!

    20. Another excellent AP from Breanna Hayes. I absolutely loved this book, and ALL of the characters. I wished it would go on forever!

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