Shelby Bishop is accustomed to playing the part of Lily Prescott’s mom in a Broadway show, but when the nineteen-year-old actress turns up drunk on her doorstep, she finds herself taking on the role for real. After Lily leaves a note nervously asking Shelby if she can be her mama off-stage as well, Shelby decides that they are going to have a serious talk in the morning—one that will involve putting Lily over her knee and spanking her little bottom.
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It is decided that Lily will live with Shelby so that she can be kept out of trouble, and Shelby soon learns that keeping little Lilly out of the cookies and keeping her walls free of crayon drawings is an all day job. But every day, Shelby makes sure to show Lily that no matter how much trouble she gets into, she will always be there, sometimes to spank her or put her in the corner, but also to hug her, cuddle her, give her bubble baths, and tuck her into bed at night.
Lily has never had a mother who really cared about her, and Shelby makes her feel safe and loved for the first time. Lily and Shelby do big girl things with one another too, and the intense, breathtaking pleasure is better than anything Lily has known before. But when Lily’s birth mother discovers the nature of her relationship with Shelby and hopes to use that knowledge to extort money from her daughter, Shelby knows she must help Lily break free of her mother’s control. Can Shelby help Lily be the adult she needs to be yet still keep her little girl?
Publisher’s Note: Broadway Baby is an erotic romance novel that includes spankings, age play, sexual scenes, elements of medical play, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.