A Little Bedtime Story 3: A Little Kinky Adventure

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The Eurasia Tour is over for Lolita J-Pop mega star, Koko, and her lovers, brothers Julian and Liam Van Zant. For six months Julian has been the man she calls Daddy; his brother Liam, Papi; however on her final photoshoot things g...
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The Eurasia Tour is over for Lolita J-Pop mega star, Koko, and her lovers, brothers Julian and Liam Van Zant. For six months Julian has been the man she calls Daddy; his brother Liam, Papi; however on her final photoshoot things go terribly wrong because sometimes her mouth gets her in really big trouble. Things said in anger that should never be said, place their ménage à troi in jeopardy.

Liam tries to repair the damage in a most unorthodox way by taking Koko for a long weekend getaway filled with dancing and kink, but will showing her his darker side be too much or just enough to hold on to the woman who has wrapped both he and his brother around her finger?

Julian would do anything to take back his threatened discipline but knows consistent firmness are exactly what his little pop star needs in her life.

For Koko, the situation is dire. Without the constant pace of tour to occupy her mind, reliving her best friend, Ikuta’s, final minutes consumes her nightmares and waking hours. With her lovers torn between anger and worry, she fears nothing will ever be the same. Is love enough to conquer all?

  • Note: Although the protagonist, Koko, is well beyond the age of consent, she presents part time as a "little"; that is, she acts like a young girl. The sex in this series takes place between consenting adults, but those with a history of childhood sexual abuse or incest may find this triggering.
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“Whoa, whoa! Time-out. You both need to take a breath.” Liam looked hard at her to ensure her silence, then arched his brow at Julian, suggesting, “We’ll all be more levelheaded and less emotional after dinner. Let’s please table the discussion for now.”

“Why delay the inevitable, Liam? Clearly Julian has one foot out the door already. Truthfully, this is for the best.” Koko leaned forward to look around Liam and met Julian’s gaze with narrowed eyes. She knew her face was hard with anger. Papa Ollie always told her that rage made her look ten years older. “Maybe Dr. Schultz was right, and I was a fool. I should have stayed in the sexual-abuse support group. I might have recognized another predator when I saw one coming before getting naked. I was just so vulnerable and so very lonely. I’d have done anything you asked to get you to stay with me that first night.”

Julian opened and closed his mouth without saying anything. Koko turned and looked out her window at the gloom. I guess I shut them up, didn’t I? Nothing to say now but good-bye and good riddance. She wiped a tear from her cheek and was glad when both men stayed silent until they reached the hotel.


KOKO EXITED THE limo as soon as it stopped moving. She dragged Twinkie after her with a death grip, leaving both Liam and Julian to catch up. She hurried to the check-in desk. “J’ai une reservation.”

A manager hurried forward. “Bienvenue à Paris, Mademoiselle Koko. We have your suite and an adjoining room prepared. I trust your flight was pleasant.”

She fluttered her lashes. “Not such a pleasant flight, no.”

The manager made a sound of distress. “Anything we can do for you to make your trip to our city more enjoyable, please ask.”

Julian’s heart skipped a beat when she replied, “Actually, I need an additional room under the name J-Julian Van Zant.”

Hearing her voice crack and a small sob escape told him everything he needed to know. She didn’t really want this. She turned from the manager and paled when she met his gaze. “I assume you will be staying one night? That should give you time to make arrangements for a commercial flight.”

Liam stepped forward. “I’ll finish checking us in, sweetheart.”

Solemn, Julian held out his hand and was relieved when she took it. He led her, still dragging her bear, to a small settee. “Please, sit?”

She refused with a shake of her head. Feeling his knees buckle, he sat. How had he not considered the scenario where she kicked him to the curb in favor of Twinkie?

“I hurt your feelings. I apologize. I was scared, Koko. Sometimes you make me so…”

He struggled for a word, and she supplied, “Crazy?”

“I was trying to find a more delicate word, but yes; between your tantrums, the chances you take, and months of relentless travel, I got a little…”

Koko stared at him blankly, and he rubbed his forehead. I’m the Daddy. I have to remain calm, cool, and resolute. She needs to know I stand behind my word.

“Koko, it’s been a long, trying tour. So much has happened that neither of us has fully processed. I need us to be okay—”

“Okay?” Koko scrunched her face up and shook her head. “How could you even think for a moment we are even remotely close to being okay?”

“Tell me what you need? Tell me what to do.”

Koko turned away. Seeing Liam, she hurried to him, and he slid an arm around her shoulders and pulled her in close. Leaning over, he whispered to her, which left her nodding and clinging to him. Closing his eyes, he would have given anything to know what his brother said to her. So this is it? My fucking temper just lost me the most precious woman I’ve ever been blessed to hold in my arms. Images flashed behind his eyelids from the day they’d met: the waif he found squatted on a bench, waiting for the bus; the adorable cherub, sitting across from him, sipping hot cocoa with sprinkles and laughing; the woman, transforming from her childlike persona to a luscious adult when she’d invited him into her apartment.

* * * *

The three of them rode the elevator together, but Julian got off on the floor before the one Liam and Koko would be staying on. If Koko thought she was going to feel better because she’d taken control of the situation, she was sadly mistaken. Heart racing, it was all she could do not to chase after him. Liam knelt before her. “You can take this decision back. Let’s go down to his room, and you can talk to him adult to adult. I’ll insist on a discipline negotiation without you in little space.”

“Why should I negotiate with him? He did this. I didn’t give him an ultimatum! I’m just glad I discovered he’s done with me before I fell even more in love with him.” She left the elevator and wiped her tears away.

Liam took her hand and walked down the hallway with her. “After dinner, we have to discuss what happens when you give the reporters more than you’re really willing to share with your fans. Sarcasm might be funny in the moment, but you put our secrets out there as a marketing tool. What the three of us share isn’t a joke, and your carelessness can’t be taken back.”

“The genie’s out of the bottle?”

Liam scratched a stubble-covered cheek. “Yep.”

Koko looked at the large, well-appointed room that was only a fraction of the suite, but didn’t enter. She felt like she was choking on a big bubble of pain stuck in her throat. “I can’t.”

Liam stepped into the room and turned to face her. “I’m not leaving you in the hallway.”

Koko turned and looked at Gareth and Dougal, her constant shadows. “You’ll stay with me in the hallway, right?”

“Koko!” Liam said her name sternly.

“Don’t you understand? I feel like I’m caught in the worst nightmare I’ve ever had, and I can’t wake up, but I have to wake up and fast, or something terrible is going to happen. Tell me what to do!”

“Talk to Julian. Together we can repair the damage.”

“No, this is his problem to fix, not mine, not yours. Julian is determined to hurt me with Twinkie. Have you forgotten he never wanted my bear on this trip? He forbid me from bringing him, but then you packed Twinkie for me and brought him anyway. He’s been waiting for the perfect moment to get even.”

Liam gasped. “Do you honestly believe that?”

Koko exhaled heavily. “Men always get their way, or destroy you a piece at a time in retribution.”

Liam grabbed her shoulders and squeezed. “No! Jesus! Who has been filling your head with such lies? Because I know you don’t believe that.”

She didn’t answer, refusing to give him any more power over her.

Liam lifted her chin. “Who, Koko?”

She remained silent, but Liam persisted. “Someone filled your head with lies. Julian and I aren’t like the type of men you’re describing. I want you to talk to me and start with the truth about everything that happened today as you see it.”

She looked up at him with wide, wet eyes. Lifting her hands with an emotion-filled shrug, she sobbed. “I don’t know what happened. Twinkie was left in the car by accident. I couldn’t leave him behind! Everything went horrible after that.”

“No, sweetheart, everything was a disaster much earlier than that.”

Koko nodded and covered her face. “I fucked everything up so badly.”

Liam pulled Twinkie inside their hotel room as he stepped out and pulled the door closed. “Twinkie will be safe here until we get back. Let’s go get dinner.”

Koko nodded and walked back to the elevator with Liam. Once in the lift, Liam selected the floor below them, and she reminded him, “The restaurant is on the ground level.”

“Julian is probably hungry too. Don’t you think? Who knows when we will see him again once he leaves in the morning?”

“At the family reunion?” she asked, realizing how important it was to her to have both Liam and Julian with her when she met their parents. She knew the family reunion was a true homecoming for the brothers. They would be reunited with parents and siblings they hadn’t seen for almost a decade. She tried to remember the eight brothers and two sisters’ names, mentally reciting them: Jessica, Alexandra, Simon, Jake, Paul, Phillip

“I don’t think we will be going now.”

“Wait. What? Why?”

“You can guess why, love.”

“Because Julian was taking me with him as his girlfriend and now”—she looked up at him, and he met her gaze—“they’ll hate me for dumping Julian and choosing you.”

“Yes, if we went without Julian, they would come to their own conclusions.”

If? You don’t want me to meet your parents now? Because they are going to hate me for coming between you and your brother?” That was not how Koko imagined meeting their family. In her fantasy, everyone adored her. She held Liam’s hand as he led her from the elevator and down the long hallway to Julian’s room, but with every step, she grew even more miserable. “Oh God. You’ll go too. You’ll really leave me.”

Liam knocked, but Koko backed away. Worried and anxious, her tummy flip-flopped. “I want to go back to my room. I’m not hungry anymore.”

“Koko.” Liam said her name firmly. “We are going to eat, and then we will return to the room together to discuss how we intend to move forward.”

The door opened, and suddenly Julian was right there in front of her. Koko looked around him to see inside his small utilitarian room. His bag was sitting where the hotel porter had left it. She wondered if his belly hurt too. Koko met Julian’s gaze and started crying.

Liam explained, “We’re going to go get dinner; join us?”

“Sure, but come in for a second? I need to show you something.” Julian held open the door for Liam and Koko to come in. “The hashtags morphed while we were in flight.”

“What?” Liam pulled Koko in with him, not giving her a choice.

Julian closed the door, and they both sat on the edge of the bed.

Koko remained standing by the door, uncertain and terrified. Brothers. She faced a dark moment of truth. What will I do after they both leave me?

Julian spoke softly to Liam, but Koko couldn’t hear what they were saying. Liam looked at Julian’s phone screen, and Koko could tell by the look on his face that the shit was about to hit the fan. She slid down the door to sit on the floor.

Liam finally said, “I’m really surprised the connection wasn’t made before now.”

Koko exhaled heavily and pulled her cell from her jacket pocket. She methodically went to every social site she was popular on and typed the same message: Seriously though, ladies, Liam and Julian Van Zant are single. I have enough of their BS all day long. Hashtag BothForKoko not happening.

Koko announced, “Hashtag dealt with. I’m going to go eat.”

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