The Game Plan (Game Plan Series Book 1) – Kindle edition by Breanna Hayse. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Finally, after all the nagging I’ve been getting to complete the GAME PLAN series, I caved. Wait until you see where Cassie and the gang end up. Here’s sneak. The Game Plan By Breanna Hayse – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Lists with This Book. Thanks for telling us about the problem. A wonderful read I have reread this story over and over again. On the other hand, you can see the love and compassion that both Rob and Byron show Cassie and her love for all the men.
This book was great. Lance and Noelle’s relationship grew at a steady pace and it felt natural and good. My first foray into age play, and definitely not my cup of tea. Refresh and try again.
I would love to see more of these characters.
Inmy husband, John, and I joined forces to work with both submissives and dominants- teaching, training, listening and loving. We have a new hawt writer in town! The ageplay in this story is delightful. I give it three stars because I found the characters rather fleshed-out for a page book at least on the Nook. All I have to do is bribe him with some Creme Brulee or Tiramisu and the interview is ours. With Krissy’s help, he finds a way to draw Glenn into the mix and ensure Suzanne’s happiness.
I forgot how enjoyable this story is. The characters are engaging and drag you in happily into their loving circle. They are so full of support and love, it’s amazing. In his effort to help Noelle, Lance determines that due to the trauma she has suffered, the young woman requires retraining to become age-appropriate in all of her activities.
Was great over all. Fortunately, she now has a strict Daddy in Bryon and a loving Dom in Rob. With Krissy as a niece, Glenn as his mentee, and, surprisingly, Suzanne as a Middle, Doug’s hands are happily filled with teddy bears, model ships, ice-cream cones, sand castles, and an occasional paddle to be applied to a cheeky bottom.
She definitely needs to be spanked until she can’t sit down for a week without wincing. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Sep 11, Alicia rated it it was amazing. We know we really screwed up then, right? I sweet talked my way hagse of a ticket.
The Game Plan (The Game Plan #1) by Breanna Hayse
The last chapter was just a quick way to tie up loose ends that really didn’t need to be tied up. But she’s starting to get out of control and things are changing fast. Thanks for telling us about the problem. It’s my first by this author and my first story with age play.
I would have to add In this story, the main character Cassie has lost her mom and is stuck with her stepfather and three older stepbrothers. Oct 28, Theresa rated it did not like it. I lost count of how many times words ran into one another.
Unfortunately, Cassie’s mother has died and she is out of control. Did I mention that? How they work everything out is very unique but I really enjoyed the story. So many words are blended together without a space. Cassie seems to have learned her lesson and then something comes up and here she is over Rob or Bryon’s knee again. Also, Bree and I will both be answering. How do you peeps find all this time to be online and keep up with all your. Glenn, closest in age to Cassie’s even feels her sharp tongue.
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There were a few parts in the plot that you had to really reach outside the box for even with a genre of sci-fi. It is a sweet read.
They grew up together. Wow this story has so many intriguing elements. Lalaland rated it it was amazing Jan 30, So as I was saying I was avoiding doing homework and perusing Amazon and saw that Bree’s latest book Guardian Domination is currently number 79 on their best seller list for erotica!
Lance is more relatable – and his emotions, what he thinks, does – make more sense.