Victoria Winters The Discipline of Cressida: Unconventional Marriages, Book Four
Read Sample Chapter

Overview

Lady Cressida Wessex is a Victorian noblewoman sheltered in every sense of the word. Given to bouts of depression and a tendency to speak her mind without thought or reservation, she has been kept in the nursery well beyond her childhood by a father determined to protect her.

The dashing Lord Kenwood is both a widower and a family friend. When Cressida's aunt, Vivienne, suggests that spending time at his sprawling estate may prepare her for a transition to adult life.

But as it becomes apparent that Cressida is not cut out for an independent, grown-up existence, Lord Kenwood realizes that he is drawn to her just the way she is. His children are grown, and as a strict father he still sees to the discipline. The notion of a beautiful young wife who will submit to spankings, birchings and other corrections is an appealing one. And when he is not around to see to her, her very strict governess is more than willing to tend to her naughty bottom.

Fans of Victorian erotica will no doubt thrill to this book, which while a standalone in its own right is a prequel to Victoria Winters' Pleasing Her: Peter In The Nursery, in the Unconventional Marriages series.


Victoria Winters

The Discipline of Cressida: Unconventional Marriages, Book Four

Published by: Blushing Press

©2015 by Blushing Books® and Victoria Winters
13 Reviews

Number of Chapters: 10 Chaptes / 47,616 Words -


$4.99











 

Reviews

Write a Review

Average Customer Rating: (13 Reviews)

A reader:

I liked this book. I would have liked more of after the marriage than there was, but still Ms. winters was able to include a good amount of love and preparation for marriage in this book. The length of the book is worth the money.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful. Do you? yes no

A reader:

Victoria Winters has done it again! This is the extremely erotic story of Lord and Lady Kenwood, set in Victorian England. I was wondering about them after their characters were introduced in Pleasing Her and pleased to see that their story has now been told. &newline&This is a story about a family keeping secrets, a beautiful young woman kept hidden away in a nursery and how love finds its way to her doorstep. Lord Kenwood is a visitor to Ashton Manor on the day that Cressida Wessex turns 18. He finds little Lady Wessex to be a vibrant, beautiful young woman and cannot understand why her father won’t allow her to debut. He feels that she deserves more of a future than what her ailing father has planned and invites her to be a houseguest at his palace in the weeks leading up to the holidays.&newline&We get to read in great historical detail about how the holidays are celebrated in a British great house by both the nobility and their staff and how his lordship decides that Cressida will become his future Countess. Even though Cressida is innocent until her wedding night, there are lots of spankings and naughtiness leading up to the climax. If you don’t mind spankings, enemas, age play, exposure and a rather titillating deflowering, you will greatly enjoy this well written book.&newline&

Did you find this review useful? yes no

A reader:

This is a Victorian age-play story that is a continuation of the Unconventional Marriages series. This series does not have to be read in order. We find out how Lady Cressida Wessex and Lord Reginald Kenwood come to fall in love and prepare for marriage. Cressida\'s father has kept her as a small child, and she is informed that even thought she just turned 18 years of age, that is not to change. His health is failing and he sends Cressida and her Nanny Epiphany to Lord Kenwood\'s for several months and gives him permission to attend to her correction. This story is how Cressida learns to submit to Reginald and his discipline while falling in love with each other. This is an age-play story, multiple issues of domestic discipline, anal play, enemas, childish dresses as an older gentlemen becomes the husband-papa to his child bride.

Did you find this review useful? yes no

A reader:

Wow, such a great story! I appreciate a well written Victorian age play story and this was perfect. I hope we will see these characters again because I would have enjoyed more of their story after their marriage as well. Nicely done!

Did you find this review useful? yes no

Reviews are listed in order of most "Helpful" votes. Click here to read more reviews about this item (13 total)