When Kara Mitchell—a curvy college student who gets tattoos to hide her insecurities about her body—becomes overwhelmed with keeping her life on track, her boyfriend, Brody, decides it is time for him to take on a new role. From now on, he’ll be the firm but loving daddy who builds her up when she is down on herself, takes her over his knee for a bare-bottom spanking when she needs an attitude adjustment, and brings her to the town doctor for an exam when she is ill.
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Kara soon learns that no matter how often she acts like a rebellious teen, her daddy is always ready to rein her in and then comfort her in his arms. But will the stress that comes with balancing an adult life with her teenaged headspace eventually overwhelm her, or will her daddy prove that he is capable of guiding her through anything and everything that comes her way?
Publisher’s Note: Brody’s Little Brat contains spankings, sexual scenes, age play, elements of medical play, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book. This book is also available as part of a five-book collection entitled Little Haven.