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(Book 22 in the Dr. Richards' Littles series)
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Jillian has worked for Dr. Richards for many years. She has watched happy Littles and their Daddies and Mommies come to visit for doctor's visits and for fun Little gatherings. Could it be her time again to be Little?

WHACK! The cart shook in Jillian's hands as she rounded the corner running into another cart. Looking down to see that her eggs were unbroken, she automatically began apologizing, "I'm so sorry. I should have taken that corner more slowly ... " her voice trailed off as her eyes ran across her basket to the one she'd run into and up an incredibly muscled torso past wide shoulders to an extremely handsome face. An electric zing of awareness tingled through her body as their eyes met. "Now I understand the term, silver fox!" she whispered not realizing that she was still speaking out loud.

The man looked back at her with a smile. He was in unbelievable shape. His hair and beard were a beautiful silver shade. "Are you okay, Little girl? That was quite an impact."

"I'm not a little girl," Jillian automatically corrected waving a hand at her slightly padded curves. She failed to notice his emphasis on the word Little.

"Your Daddy should have taught you not to argue with your elders, Little girl," he gently corrected with a smile.

Griffin has been looking for his Little girl for many years. Can this handsome yoga instructor convince Jillian to be Little again? Some of the characters from the first twenty-one novels in the Dr. Richards' Littles series reappear to continue their stories. You do not need to read the stories in order. The books do not necessarily take place in chronological order. All are complete stories.

The Dr. Richards' Little books will feature invasive medical treatments, including thorough examinations and enemas when required, as well as diaper changes, spankings, and other punishments. If you are offended by age play (adults who choose to live as a Little or a parent of a Little), or dubious consent, this is not the book for you

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