Garden Daddies Book 1
by Stella Shelton Genre: Ddlg Sci-Fi Romance
The Pollenverse was a place full of sentient plants and lusty insects, but there was no place like Pyrus and its Rainbow Town Garden. Rainbow Brat was a Little, grown from a rare rainbow flower.
All she really needed was a good Daddy to make her garden grow. Without the threat of a heavy hand, she just couldn't behave. It was no wonder Mother Rain was ready to marry her off to a proper Daddy.
When Rainbow meets Rex, she believes that all of her dreams have come true. He was a handsome Daddy with all the right moves.
But what if he didn’t come from a garden at all?
This DDlg (DaddyDom/littlegirl) Sci-Fi Pollenverse romance with age play elements. This is an adaptation of a previously published work on Kindle Vella in the Garden Daddies series. For chapters in real time, please follow Garden Daddies on Vella, or follow Stella to see when the next eBook is due to be released! 18 plus is advised.
When a strong hand grasped hers, Rainbow’s breath was nearly taken right from her lungs. On the other end of it, was a tall man, dressed head-to-toe in an aloe vera leaf suit. She hadn’t seen a suit that nice in some time. He must have come from one of the more prestigious cactaceae neighborhoods in the Trippy Medicine Garden. Only the best coin could afford something so intricately made. With dark hair and eyes, and an angular face covered with stubble, his Daddy aesthetic was absolutely on point. “May I have this dance?” he asked. “You may,” she said with a curtsey. He smelled absolutely amazing—-a cross between a fir cedar and honey scented soap. With their hands still clasped together, he pulled her in the direction of the dance floor. She couldn’t keep herself from his soft gaze. It melted her heart and made her stomach flutter. He slipped his strong hands around his waist, then pulled her close. “What garden do you come from?” she asked, getting lost in his chocolate brown eyes. “Medicinal Phallic Fruits,” he said. “You’re from more than one garden?” “I’m a bit of a nomad.” Dark and mysterious.She couldn’t shake the intrigue. Mother seemed pleased that she was dancing and socializing too. If nobody cared to look into this man further, she certainly didn’t mind doing some independent research. “I see. Surely, you have a specific plant that you came from,” she said, hoping to get more information. “I can tell that you’re a very smart girl,” he replied, tapping the end of her nose with his index finger. “But I rarely show my cards, not even to gorgeous brats.” She giggled with delight at the compliment. He was without a doubt the most handsome man she’d ever seen in the garden. She didn’t mind that he was being vague. It was like solving a riddle. “Well, that’s alright because I rarely show mine either,” she said in a bratty tone. “And you can’t make me.” She poked him in the chest with her index finger as she said it, thinking of all the ways she might get punished if they made it official. Everyone was at the ball in her honor, but that certainly didn’t guarantee a match, nor did it help her nerves. So she hoped the brattiness didn't go unnoticed. “I beg to differ,” he said, sending her for a spin, then pulling her close. “The right Daddy could make you do anything, and you’d love every minute of it.”
Rainbow’s clit began to throb and legs turned to liquid. She couldn’t stop thinking of it--how she’d enjoy every last minute. Soon, the room almost seemed to disappear around them. They held eye contact as they spun, allowing everything else to fade away. Devoid of distraction or consequence, they danced like nobody was watching. “I-I-I-I would?” Rainbow stammered. “Of course,” he said, then he pulled her close, pressed his lips against her earlobe, then whispered, “You’re the most magnificent creature in the world.” Rainbow gasped. The words were so familiar and comforting. Visions of the wolfhopper flashed in her head, but how would this handsome stranger know anything about that? Her head was spinning, and thoughts were running a million miles per hour. She had to know who he was, once and for all. “What’s your name?” she asked. He only smiled, spun her a few times, then pulled her close again. She wanted the music to last forever, but when it waned, he took her by the hand and led her to the quiet courtyard where they sat on a cement bench, surrounded by flowers and foliage. Although confident and well poised, there was a peculiar limp in his walk. Bandages wrapped around his ankle shone from beneath the cuff of his pants. “What happened to your leg?” “Sweet Rainbow,” he said, cradling her face. “So many questions.” There was something bittersweet and alluring about the way he dodged her questions. Her sense of curiosity and adventure made it almost impossible to resist him. She wasn’t even sure which garden he was from. What if he was from a different planet in the Pollenverse? Would Mother approve of their match? Rainbow had a tendency to overthink. It was all the more reason that she needed a Daddy. “And you have very few answers, sir,” she replied, then crossed her arms. “Maybe I won’t answer any of your questions either.” “Very Bratty. I can see why Mother wants you to be settled.” “Mother doesn’t like it that I’m so adventurous. She doesn’t want me to have any fun at all,” she pouted, then quickly changed subject. Her mind often did that in moments of high emotion and nervous energy. “Did you know that wolfhoppers still exist?” When his eyes widened, he definitely looked surprised. Rainbow knew that she’d piqued his intrigue. More than anything, she wanted a Daddy who indulged her interests in the unknown. He already seemed to be passing the test. “Really?” he asked. “And how do you know that?” “Because I saw one,” she said. “I doubt it,” he said, rolling his eyes. “And you ought to stop making up so many tall tales. If you choose me to be your Daddy, I’ll spank you for it on our wedding night.” “Honest,” she said, making a criss-cross motion of her heart. “I wouldn’t lie about something like that.” “And where did you see this wolfhopper exactly?” “In the Master Forest. He was caught in a trap, so I know Mother was just putting on when she said they weren’t really around.” “Alright,” he said, stroking his chin. “If they are real, do you really think one simple trap would keep them away? Of course not. Where there’s one, there’s a nest of thousands somewhere. They’d completely overrun the gardens with or without those lousy traps.” “Hmmm,” she said, placing her finger to her chin. “Sorry, but no.” Rainbow turned up her sass. When she knew she was right about something, she wouldn’t back down, not even for a handsome mystery Daddy. “No?” “No, they’re not vicious, and their civilization doesn’t use force for power.” “And how do you know that, little girl?” “Wouldn’t you like to know,” she said, flipping her hair over her shoulder, then crossing her arms again. “Yes, I would, you little brat.” His face was stern and focused, bringing her into a state of submission. She didn’t know how he did it so quickly, but his voice was so round and deep that there was no other alternative in her mind. It felt so damn good. “The one I met…He was,” Rainbow tried to gather her thoughts. “Sweet.” “The one you met was sweet?” “Yeah.” “Hmmm,” he said, stroking his chin. “If you say so, then I believe you.” Rainbow grinned from ear-to-ear. It felt amazing to be validated. With her small hand in his, she felt a firm squeeze. If love at first sight was a thing, this was it. Her heart was pounding out of her chest. “When can I see you again, Rainbow?” he asked, with a gentle smile. “Oh, um…” Rainbow struggled to make sense of what she was thinking. “I’d like to, but Mother never lets us go beyond Rainbow Town Garden, not until we find Daddies.” “If I told you that I could get you out, what would you say?” “Well… I mean just for the day right? I have to get back in time for bed.” “Of course, little girl. You’ll be back in plenty of time. I’d never let you miss your beauty sleep,” he said with a wink. Rainbow knew she’d be in a lot of trouble for busting out the garden again, but she couldn’t resist the sense of adventure either. “I’d say take me straight to trippy gardens. There’s a caterpillar hookah lounge in the mushrooms. It would be so fun to go on a date there,” she sighed. “Alright, little one. I’ll put in a request to court you.” “To court me? But I thought you were going to bust me out of here,” she said with disappointment looming in her tone. “Tsk, tsk, tsk,” he scolded. “Already thinking of ways to break the rules.” His stern voice made her stand at attention. He wasn’t going to let her break the rules, and there was something so fucking sexy about that. Her ladybug had been trying for years to break her, but Rainbow was a bit unbreakable. There was a reason why she was called a very bad girl. “Well, Mother won’t let you court me unless she knows who you are,” Rainbow said with a twisted expression. “So, I think my way is better.” “Do you?” he laughed. Rainbow held eye-contact with him, licking and biting her lip in anticipation. The silence filled with a palpable attraction. He leaned forward, and so did she, anticipating his lips against hers.
Stella Shelton is an age play romance author, bratty baby girl, and alien enthusiast. She started her career writing under a different pen name in the sci-fi and fantasy romance genre. When she discovered the world of Daddy Doms, she changed her pen name, genre, and started writing under the name Stella Shelton.
Although she writes some contemporary romance, sci-fi has always been her bread butter. With beautiful prose, great plots, and plenty of aliens from other planets, you’re sure to find your next book boyfriend!
Age play is an often misunderstood kink, and Stella wants to change the stigma around that. She takes a firm stance against exploitation of children, often making donations to SOSA, which is an organization devoted to stopping online predators. Age play is a safe and consensual act between adults.
This particular kink focuses on the caregiving aspect between a Dom and Sub. A Daddy Dom is charged with the responsibility of facilitating a safe space for his Sub to express her Little side. Age regression is something that occurs in Little space, where the Sub can revert to a child-like energy without fear of judgment. Little space can be anything as simple as sitting with a coloring book, or can be even more extreme to include things like playing with baby toys, or even diapering.
The Sub will often have a Little age that they most identify with in order to feel safe and secure. Subs will often agree to a certain set of rules, where consequences follow if said rules are broken. Consequences often include spanking, but it doesn’t have to. It can be anything from standing in the corner to writing lines.
The sexual aspect of the relationship largely depends on the Dom and Sub, and the rules in which they’ve agreed to abide. Spanking can often lead to arousal, depending on the Sub and their pain tolerance. This is when you see the sexual aspect of the relationship take over. “Daddy” is a term of endearment to describe a specific type of Dom, who is usually caregiving and gentle.
Stella doesn’t just write nasty sex books, she writes love stories, where there are trials and tribulations. Her characters often have to overcome judgment, prejudice, and circumstances beyond their control to finally come together in the end. Her books are sweet and spicy, with a little bit of something-something for everyone! You do not have to be in the lifestyle to enjoy her books.
Give Stella a try, and above all, stay bratty and kinky!
The Pollenverse Age Play Romance Author & Bratty Baby Girl
What is the Pollenverse? The Pollenverse is its own Universe, where the sentient species are plants and insects. There are several planets within the Pollenverse, some are quite dangerous, while others not so much.
My planet, Pyrus, is a beautiful place where lush gardens grow babies from the blooms of flowers and ripe fruits and vegetables. The butterflies and ladybugs tend to the gardens and raise the babies. After 21 revolutions around the bright star sun, the humanoid creatures are considered sexually mature and ready for marriage.
Each one has an orientation in the BDSM lifestyle. Rainbow Town Garden, for example, grows Littles from the blooming flowers. Each flower is a color of the rainbow, and the Garden Daddies series focuses on the brats: Rainbow, Red, Indigo, Green, Orange, Blue, Yellow, and Violet. Each brat has her own story and how she meets the Daddy of her dreams. He may come from a phallic fruit, like a cucumber or banana, or he may even be a fungi. Some of the Daddies don’t come from a garden at all, which is quite scandalous in garden society! Dr. Daddy’s Garden Hoe is a FREE download that introduces Planet Pyrus. It is a satirical first person account of Stella’s journey to the Pollenverse, guaranteed to make you laugh. For chapters in real time, you can read Garden Daddies on Kindle Vella, or you can read the eBooks as they’re released. Rainbow Brat, the first full-length book in the series, and is now live (June 9th).
Don’t miss out on the Pollenverse! It’s a really good time! Stay bratty and kinky!