Authors Note: This romantic love story touches the heart of the nurturing age-play dynamic and sensual/disciplinary spankings, medical play and the blossoming of an ugly ducking to a beautiful submissive. Please don’t read this book if you aren’t into Happily-Ever-Afters…When you are a child actor, your childhood is far from the butterflies and rainbows, so when you get a chance at a do-over, do you take it?For nineteen-year-old Camille LeCroix, her opportunity to do just that falls into her lap when a director approaches her about an unorthodox film in which he wants her to play the role of an adult/ little girl. Knowing nothing of either the age-play lifestyle, or being submissive, the director requests that the young woman puts some serious study into her part so when the filming begins, it appears authentic.Playing the role of a ‘little’ seems too good to be true! Not only does Camille finally get a chance to explore being a little girl away from the Hollywood cameras, but discovers that her co-star is her childhood crush, Erik Renault. How could she say no to being alone for three months in a magnificent house tucked away in the romantic Canadian Rockies with the man of her dreams?Of course, there is a catch! Erik makes the rules, and Camille has to allow her new ‘daddy’ take the lead. Her refusal to do so leads her right over his knee for a painful, bare bottom spanking. She also finds that he makes her laugh and play, something she had rarely experienced in her formative years as the proverbial ‘ugly duckling’ that never quite grew up into a swan.As time passes, Camille’s feelings towards Erik deepen, but the tabloid gossip columns caused her to start to question the authenticity of his words and actions or if he was just playing a role. Despite his reassurance and talk about continuing the relationship, doubt creeps in and makes Camille seriously question her willingness to continue to submit to Erik and his arsenal of embarrassing punishments.Will they just be another Hollywood fling that the tabloids tear apart or can love truly blossom from playing a role?