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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After the passing of her mother Cassie grows tired of living under the thumb of her three stepbrothers, and she tame to press for independence, asserting her obstinate and willful disposition and defying all rules laid out for her.
He decides that a change to the “Game Plan” is in order and that it will start with a trip over his knee for a bare bottom spanking! He wants much, much more from her. Bryon, her second oldest stepbrother, adds some firm-handed discipline of his own, and Haysw soon discovers the secret shared by the two brothers.
The stubborn young woman soon finds herself facing more than just an old-fashioned, over the knee, bare-bottom spanking. She quickly learns that humiliation and submission can lead to the healing of a long-broken and hardened heart. The Game Plan 1. To see what your friends thought breqnna this book, please sign up.
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To ask other readers questions about The Game Plannreanna sign up. Lists with This Book. Who is a brat? Who is rude and needs a good spanking? In The Game plan, Cassie is a much younger step sister of three gorgeous men. Rob and Bryon are the older ones.
They are both a dozen years older than Cassie. Glenn, closest in age to Cassie’s even feels her sharp tongue. Cassie has daddy issues. Her deserted her at the young age of 8 and she never got over it. No matter how much love and support gmae step father, Bill provided her, Cassie still clings to this neglect as if it Who is a brat? No matter how much love and support her step father, Bill provided her, Cassie still clings to this neglect as if it were the most important event in her life.
I have to say, I’m not a fan of women who are into ageplay because of some fucked up daddy issue. I was not too thrilled about this premise. Yes it does explain why Cassie behaves the way she does. Still, why does the sub need to be fucked up to want to be into some kinky lifestyle choices? The domestic discipline Rob and Bryon apply haysf Cassie is perfect.
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I’m over the moon in envy. I’m swooning in sexual delight. Well, Mommy soon turns into an Aunt. What is a lil’ one to do? So much loving attention will go to her little head. Or actually, so much focused attention will catch her misbehaviours and punish her cute little tush. And boy does Cassie pull some stupid stunts. I think it’s because she’s stunted in maturity. She definitely needs to be spanked until she can’t sit down for a week without wincing.
Naughty naughty little minx, that is what she is. Fortunately, she now has a strict Daddy in Bryon and a loving Dom in Rob. The romance in this story is sweet. The men are great. They aren’t infallible which is much appreciated. They are so full of support and love, it’s amazing.
This is the kind of Teh Dom I’d love to submit to, despite the terrible terrible painful spankings. Well, I’m not a bad little girl like Cassie, so I doubt I’d ever be punished as badly. Hayse crafts a great ageplay story and clearly delineates between the lil and Big girl time.
She is now my new favourite ageplay writer.
This book is recommended to ageplay lovers. We have a new hawt writer in town! View all 8 comments. Sep 26, Basia Rose rated it it was amazing Shelves: My “I’ll just download the sample, and then read this when I’m done with my work” turned into “I’ll just read the sample, and buy the book”which turned into “I’ll just read the first few chapters”which turned into “I’ll read the whole book and feel tired in the morning”!
I really, really, really liked this book, even with the super-bratty lead character. I don’t know how the author pulled it off! Cassie is the world’s biggest brat, but I somehow even liked that aspect of the book. I lost count of how many times the author managed to make me smile and laugh, even in punishment situations! There’s a sequel, which I intend to start reading in – oh – about half an hour. Highly recommended for anyone into pretty much any kind of kink. This one was a little better than O.
I did enjoy it. I’m not much for bratty sub types. The background on this is interesting and I never got the squick factor going on the step sibling relationships. There was play on it clearly but it never felt that taboo to me. The spanking scenes were good but I’d of liked a little more head pun intended – more in depth inner speak for what they were all feeling.
They expressed feelings pretty well overall. Author shows a lot of promise and it was a bit This one was a little better than O. Author shows a lot of promise and it was a bit unique in that it is not really menage although it is multiple partner. Sep 24, Paul rated it liked it.
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To say that the writer hit EVERY cliche possible in creating a BDSM story involving an inexperienced girl, experienced men and introduced pathology into the reasoning for her NEED for the action contained in this book would be the best way to describe it.
Because this is a “book club” selection for a group to which Haysee belong, I am hoping that my review will either spare some people or engage others For those who remember my r To say that the writer hit EVERY cliche possible in creating a BDSM story involving an inexperienced girl, experienced men and introduced pathology into the reasoning for her NEED for the action contained in this book would be the best way to describe it.
For those who remember gamw review of the 50 Shades series, you will recall that I read critically. The Game Plan is a step above “one-handed fiction” and is better than it might have been precisely because the main female character’s flaws, used to justify the actions taken with her, are made real enough for a critical eye to accept.
Breanna Hayse, put another way, might actually be better than E. James because she can, in a short effort, draw a broken character and not make the pathology so hideous as to cause the reader to pity haywe. The reader can appreciate Cassie’s “issues,” understand how, in the framework of the narrative, her brothers reach the decisions they do, and, as long as age play floats your boat, connect with how she responds to her brothers’ actions.
I give three stars not because it is bad or because it is good. Frankly, age play does nothing for me and jayse fact is a distraction. I give it three stars because I found the characters rather fleshed-out for a page book at least on the Nook. Gae I had to give my review a title, it would be “Characters drive a ho-hum narrative, enjoyable but not excellent.
Apr 19, Kristan rated it it was ok Shelves: I had a few issues about this story, and surprisingly not one of them had anything to do with this being age play. In fact, I think Cassie made a great little, so I can see how this would be an excellent story for those who really enjoy reading about someone just settling into their “little” lifestyle. No, my issues ran a bit deeper. When we meet Cassie, she’s a 20 year old brat, living at home with her pseudo brothers, while she I had a few issues about this story, and surprisingly not one of them had anything to do with this being age play.
When we meet Cassie, she’s a 20 year old brat, living at home with her pseudo brothers, while she attends college for a culinary degree.
To call her a brat is really an understatement. Truthfully, she’s too stupid to live with a maturity level of a twelve year old. This assessment is reinforced time and time again in pretty much every behavior and decision she makes.
Now, I don’t care how many times she calls these three men Bryon, Rob, and Glenn her “roommates”, it doesn’t change the hagse that their father took Cassie in twelve years ago to live with them and be a part of their family.
Every party involved agrees on this: They grew up together. She calls them her brothers. They call her a little sister. There’s a line nayse needs to be drawn, because this story is just one step shy of that no-no sibling line I thf like to cross in my reading travels.