The Doctor’s Little Girl by Alex Reynolds


By Meredith O’Reilly

I was very impressed by this book. It’s Ms. Reynold’s first one, yet her story came off as one written by a well seasoned author.

Molly is a young woman who is in need of some guidance. She had a rough upbringing, which causes her to secretly desire to be taken care of by a firm and loving Daddy. Dr. Alexander is just the man for the job. After meeting Molly and making a quick judgement that she is a kind person who he wants to protect, he gives her a job in his office when she falls on hard times.

I really did like this book. The writing was detailed without overly describing any scene. Ms. Reynolds did an excellent job at getting me to fall in love with her characters, especially Molly.

Molly is a very sweet character who will stand up to anyone who she thinks is causing an injustice. Ms. Reynolds also made her characters so realistic. Molly, the little, was a size 8 in clothing, instead of the typical 100 pound littles that many AP authors describe their littles to be. (Something that I myself am guilty of.)

Ms. Reynolds even had a scene in her book of something that I personally am not a fan of, yet I was able to read it and enjoy it. The only complaint that I have is, this book was too short! I’m really hoping that Ms. Reynolds writes a second book…maybe about Dave and some lucky lady? With that all being said, I give

I highly recommend The Doctor’s Little Girl! It was a fun, quick, sweet read. I really can’t wait to see what else Ms. Reynolds comes up with.

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