Finn’s Plan Book 3:
by Markie Morelli
There is so much I want to say about this final book, and all of it positive. Before I launch into it I do need to say that whilst the author gives some back story, so that you might be able to read this stand alone, but for the best reading experience I do massively recommend reading the books in order.
Despite some possible misgivings whilst reading this, ALL of those potential concerns were examined and dealt with during the course of the story. At times I expected this to proceed along some very standard (and what to me would have been disappointing) lines, instead it actually took a surprisingly pleasant and very satisfying path. In fact throughout the series the author has continually amazed me with how each character has grown, adapted and evolved. I like that whilst the age play aspect is central to the book, there is still plenty of other story to round out the plot.
There was so much potential for Finn to have overwhelmed Trisha with his dominance and power. She wasn’t “in the scene” and had no experience in domestic discipline or BDSM when she met Finn. He had already decided he wanted a wife who would also be “his little girl” – purely in an age-play way, not a creepy way. I’ve read too many books where the inexperienced, naïve, young woman is overwhelmed by the older, dominant male. Where she as swept into a power exchange and does all the giving whilst he does all the taking. I dislike those intensely so appreciated that whilst Finn never apologised to Trisha when he expected too much, he did make mental adjustments to ensure not going too far in the future.
The fact that Finn and Trisha self-reflected both on their relationship and on their own feelings was another big positive of the book. They examined what did and didn’t work along with the why, not in overly tedious detail but through little thoughts, words and actions. It was very refreshing to see genuine compromise from both characters, to read a power exchange story where they both gave a little on their own desires, to secure mutual happiness. By the end of the story I genuinely felt that this was a relationship which, in real life, would survive the test of time.
This trilogy has managed to constantly surprise me because whilst it is about a very rich man finding, marrying and enjoying DD/lg play with a woman, it is also so very much more than that. I found myself both happy and satisfied with the ending and am very happy to recommend the series.
New Adult Erotic Romance
Billionaire Finley Tremont has it all planned. He’ll find the perfect girl, marry her and they’ll live happily ever after, all while he explores his passionate desire to be a Daddy Dom.
Step by step he moves forward, creating the perfect nursery, falling in love with the adorable Trisha, and convincing her to marry him. Trish even agrees to indulge the man she loves and let Finn try to be her daddy/husband, a stunning concession he was never certain of receiving. He’s carefully researched every available source for information and guidance on the proper care and discipline of a little, spoken with other Daddy Doms, and is convinced he’s ready to take on this exciting and challenging new role.
On top of the world, Finn is delighted, assuring himself it would be clear sailing from here on out. His bride is the perfect combination of naive and naughty. What could possibly go wrong at this point? Only everything!
It seems his charming little bride has some ideas of her own and despite his carefully laid out plans’ things are about to get complicated as the babying begins. Apparently, Finn is not quite as prepared as he imagined and Trisha is not as compliant as she seemed. Their new dynamic is going to take some work if they want to merge their desires and personalities into a lasting and loving marriage.