Zia’s Daddies – Littleworld Read Online Paige Michaels

Categories Genre: Alpha Male, BDSM, Erotic Tags Authors:

Total pages in book: 36
Estimated words: 34225 (not accurate)
Estimated Reading Time in minutes: 171(@200wpm)___ 137(@250wpm)___ 114(@300wpm)

Littleworld is an amazing vacation spot on an island reserved strictly for age play. Adult visitors can indulge in regression without fear of being judged. In fact, it’s mandatory and addictive. Some guests find themselves unwilling to leave the island…

Zia has been playing the role of dutiful daughter her entire life, but now her parents are pressuring her to get married, and they’re perfectly willing to choose the groom! The only place where Zia is free to be her authentic self is at the Dungeon, and she cherishes those few hours every week.

Gabriel has had his eye on Zia for a long time. When she doesn’t know he’s watching, she’s outgoing and fun-loving with the other Little girls in the playroom. As soon as he approaches, she flushes an adorable pink and lowers her gaze. He knows better than to take it personally. Zia is shy around all men.

It would be easier to walk away and find another Little girl who can look him in the eyes. But Gabriel is determined, and he’s confident not only is there a story behind her trepidation but that she will be worth every ounce of effort.

The books in this series include strong elements of medical and age play. If this genre is offensive to you, this may not be the book or series for you.

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Chapter One

“Your man just walked in, Zia.”

I flinch before lifting my gaze to look at my best friend, Josie. We’re coloring in the playroom at the Dungeon. We do this most weekends when she’s in town. It’s relaxing and helps calm my nerves.

Josie grins. “Are you going to look?”

I roll my eyes. I know exactly who she’s talking about. Gabriel Perona. He’s not my man, and he’s certainly not my Daddy.

Josie giggles. “I don’t know why you don’t give him a chance. He obviously likes you, and he’s a nice man. Chase knows him pretty well. They talk all the time. Did you know he’s a branch manager for a bank?”

“No.” I keep coloring, trying not to color out of the lines even though my hand is shaking. I didn’t know that about Gabriel. I’ve never asked.

“I’ve seen you looking at him,” Josie presses. “I know you think he’s sexy.”

I shrug. Gabriel is the sexiest man ever. He’s tall and handsome and kind and perfect. I’m well aware of these facts, but I can’t date him. There’s no way.

“Oh, there’s Chase. He’s talking to Gabriel… And now they are coming this way. Warning,” Josie whispers.

I draw in a breath and hold it. I have mixed feelings when Gabriel approaches me. On the one hand, I live for the times he talks to me. On the other hand, I should stay away from him because he’s exactly the kind of person I would want to be my Daddy—if only that were a possibility.

I wouldn’t have needed Josie to tell me he was approaching. I can sense him the moment he’s in my space. I don’t have to look to the side, either. I can see his dark jeans and loafers in my peripheral vision. His button-down shirt tonight is black.

He pulls out a chair next to me and sits. “Hey, pretty girl.”

I’m not rude, so I never ignore him when he speaks to me directly. It’s not in my nature. I lift my gaze to his, trying not to swoon. Why does he have to look like he just stepped off a magazine cover? “Hi.”

His thick brown hair is just long enough to show that it’s wavy. His brown eyes are penetrating and kind. I want to lean into him or crawl into his lap, but I don’t. I would never do that. Doesn’t mean I don’t think about it.

Gabriel is my fantasy man. I picture all kinds of scenarios with Gabriel when I’m alone at night. No one needs to know that.

“That’s a pretty picture. Mind if I color with you?”

“No.” Yes. And no. I want him to color with me. I want him to sit next to me and let his thigh brush against mine. I want to listen to his voice while I pretend to care about coloring. I like the way his darker complexion looks against my pale skin. With my blond hair and blue eyes, I’ll never have any color.

Josie leans in from my other side. “Daddy got us a private room. We’ll be back later.” She gives me an awkward side hug.

“Have fun,” I tell her as I watch her walk away, her hand in Chase’s. She’s so lucky. Chase loves her to pieces, and he’s so good with her. She didn’t think she would ever find a Daddy who could understand and tolerate her quirks, and yet she did. And I’m so happy for her.

“Do you want to pick out a picture for me to color, Zia?” Gabriel asks me.