• Billionaire Daddy and His Boy

  • Series Omnibus
  • By: A. Little
  • Narrated by: Danny Céspedes
  • Length: 8 hrs and 43 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Cheswick Ludwig Fontaine IV was tired. Groomed to be a successful business from birth, he'd studied and worked hard his entire life. He'd even turned the millions left him by both sets of grandparents into his first billion while still in college. Unable to face the pressure of being urged to make even more money, he simply walked out of a meeting. 

Richard Neville knows a Little when he sees one. Cheswick might not know it yet, but he was made to be Richard's Little. When circumstances brings Cheswick to Richard, he quickly offers him a deal - be his Little for three months and take a much-needed break from all the stress and worry or go back to his daily grind. 

Cheswick is intrigued. He'd never gotten to actually play before or do any of the things his classmates did when not in school. Besides, he really could use the break. His management team could handle things and if anything too serious came up, they could get in contact through Richard. It was a win/win, if more than a bit unconventional. But the real question was, once he becomes Little Ches, can he ever go back to being Cheswick? 

Follow Ches, Richard, and their friends as they discover the joy of living life as Littles and Daddies in this four-volume collection of the popular series! 

The omnibus includes A Daddy for the Billionaire, A Baby for Jacob, A Daddy for Shay, and A Brother for Andy. 

These stories feature age play. All characters are adults and are in a consensual relationship.

©2018 A. Little (P)2020 A. Little

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Daddies and age play

I previously listened to some of these, but it isa great treat to listen to the collection all together.
Great world building and age play that the narrator made come to life with voices and expressions. Lots of warm and fuzzies. Highly recommend. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. Fantastic narration.

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DNF

DNF. I just can't!

This first 8 chapters are about one billionaire kidnapping another billionaire while he's drunk, taking him to an island of age-players/daddies. He's not allowed to leave the island for at least 3 months. He's even locked and or giant baby gated in to his room at times. He's only seen 3 people in the first month, his "daddy", some guy named Jacob, and some doctor. They have spent this entire month and a lot of chapters on his bowels and pooping habits, enemas, and what he eats..

I'm completely baffled. This is not at all what I expected based on reading the summary of the story. I expected two guys to meet, one daddy and one little. I thought they'd get to know each other fall in love and age play would be part of their experience together.

i hear good things about the author. I love daddy/boy stories. I love stories with Littles. I generally like ABDL and don't care one way or another if they use the diaper/pullup. But this is just too much for me.

Instead of what the sweet sexy daddy/boy ABDL story I was looking for, I get a creepy kidnapping with tons of poop! I'm so sad that I wasted a credit on this book.

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good but...

this would have been better if it was one book with multiple points of view. as it stands it's a little repetitive wanting you to remember the previous story. but I did enjoy the books