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Philip Hartley owns an elite finishing school; a hidden gem that focuses on the sexual submission and complete discipline of young ladies. Behavior, expectations, and beliefs are quite different there. It's a finishing school to help a woman find that inner little girl which once was lost. A private school that requires its pupils to surrender their bodies, their minds, and their souls to their betrothed.
When Henrietta Waters' estranged uncle decides it is best for her to attend the Ashby Chateau and become betrothed to a proper husband, the young woman has no choice but to comply. The recent death of her father has left her with very little options.
But can Etta fully surrender in ways she has never imagined? Can she allow a nanny to take care - fully take care - of her every need? Can she submit to discipline and sexual training as the purity of her inner child blends with the fire of her sexual desires? And is it possible for her to truly become the little love that Headmaster Philip Hartley demands?
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Enrolling Little Etta
I had a hard time getting into this book. I will try again at a later date. One thing though is that I could not stand Etta's uncle. Logan McAllister did a good job with the narration. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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- Maggie Padilla
I loved this book. These two authors are quite new to me, but ai welcomed their books. They brought the book to life for me. I felt as if I was right in the middle of the story. Found myself rooting for Etta and Phillip.
I can’t wait to read the next one.
- Emma Vago
wow! Loved it!
This is the first book I have listened to by Alta Hensley and Allison West and I have to say it will not be my last. The narrator Logan McAllister pulled me right into the story and I felt every thing the characters were feeling.
I loved both Phillip and Etta, but hated both Etta's uncle and Thomas.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys this genre of books and I cannot wait to get my hands on the other books in this series.