Author: Leslie Ayla

Leslie Ayla lives in South Africa and loves reading and now writing Reverse Harem romance as well as DDlg and Ageplay romance.

When not reading or writing she can often be found to binge-watch her favourite series’ and sucking down an energy drink or iced coffee.

Book Cover: The Girl In The Sequined Dress by Leslie Ayla

The Girl In The Sequined Dress by Leslie Ayla

I love that I can pick up a Leslie Ayla book, settle in for a few hours and know that I’ll come out at the end having read a thoroughly good story. The Girl In The Sequined Dress is no exception to this. There’s no messing around; it’s got a quick prologue and then dives straight into the action. Explanations and backstory are thrown out …

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Book Cover: DILF by Leslie Ayla

DILF by Leslie Ayla

If you’re looking for a quick read that’s fun, flirty and fabulously steamy then Leslie Ayla has got you covered with DILF. I was gutted when the book ended because I already need more of JamminJamie and his antics. On a drunken night after Jamie’s ex-boyfriend calls him boring in bed, he and best friend Orion come up with the Kink List, a f*ckit list …

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Book Cover: Indulging Their Little by Leslie Ayla

Indulging Their Little by Leslie Ayla

Let me start out by saying that Indulging Their Little is absolutely the cutest story! I’d never read a DD/lg book before I got the chance to read Leslie Ayla‘s first novel, Their Precious Princess. Back then, little did I know how eagerly I would await the release of her second book. Let me tell you, this story is a feel-good snuggly hug while drinking …

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Book Cover: Their Precious Princess by Leslie Ayla

Their Precious Princess by Leslie Ayla

One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to kink and there is plenty I don’t claim to understand. Ageplay is one of those things. Logistically I understand where it’s coming from, but on an emotional level, I can’t get my head around it. That’s okay, I wouldn’t expect anybody else to necessarily relate to my own emotional levels either. What this has meant is …

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