Diamond Rose by Cotton Nightie

Author's Description:
Diamond Rose Gantry is a teenager who's been in foster care since she was three. Jason Peters is a twenty-four year old mechanic trying to start his own garage and looking for some help around the house. When an acquaintance suggests he foster an older kid it seems like the perfect solution. The unlikely pair form an unexpected connection, but trouble comes when they stumble on a scam that leads to something far worse.
Size: 262 KB ( ~ 49,683 words)
Genre: Romantic
Sex Contents: Some Sex
Tags: Ma/ft, Consensual, Romantic, Heterosexual, Fiction, First, Oral Sex, Pregnancy, Analingus, Slow

Review by rvbuilder   [other reviews by rvbuilder]

Reviewed: 2017-09-25

Diamond Rose Gantry hates her name. She has not had a good life, having spent most of it in multiple foster homes. As the story begins she is being shuffled off to yet another foster dad. Jason is an Army vet who needs help around the house while he tries to get his late grandfather’s vehicle repair shop in order, and Di’s current foster mom is pushing her at him. Jason is unsure of his new ward, and Di informs him that he won’t be messing with her.

From this inauspicious beginning grows the most tender and heartwarming romance I have read at SoL. She is giddy about having her own bathroom with the privacy she didn’t enjoy in her former home. He is glad to have someone to take over the burden of keeping house. Very gradually each becomes aware of the other as more than a foster dad/child. Jason is most conflicted about his feelings, because she is somewhat younger than he.

It wouldn’t be a great story without some conflict and anxiety thanks to a bitchy girlfriend and a very disagreeable social worker. Along the way they uncover an evil conspiracy that nearly gets Jason killed.

I found very few technical errors in this story. Fortunately, they are too minor to detract from the enjoyment of the tale. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys a pure story of love and devotion, mixed with a little suspense. I have read this story several times in the past, and will read it again.

Plot: 8 | Technical Quality: 8 | Appeal to Reviewer: 10