Life changes drastically for eighteen-year-old Alice when she is sent from Los Angeles to England to live with her very proper British uncle, a man with decidedly old-fashioned ideas about how young ladies should behave. Matters between them would have come to a head soon enough, but it is a sternly worded letter from the headmistress of Alice’s new school that forces her uncle’s hand.
After an initial disciplinary session over that letter, Christopher Hardacre lays down the law. He informs his niece in no uncertain terms that she may expect frequent punishments if she doesn’t follow his rules, and that her bottom will be laid bare each and every time. The strict regime is intended entirely for Alice’s benefit, and despite considerable discomfort to her derriere Alice finds herself feeling safer and more loved than she ever has before. Meanwhile Uncle Chris discovers something about himself, which is that he feels fulfilled when effecting positive change on a loved one’s life. Mr. Hardacre wonders if it’s time to marry his long-time lady friend, Diana. But would she ever agree to the terms he now understands he must seek?
This story features hard bare-bottom spankings with a variety of implements, including strap, tawse, paddle and, of course a man’s strong bare hand. It also includes instructive humiliations such as being forced to stand skirt up and panties down while awaiting a punishment; a soapy mouth washing, and submitting to a rectal thermometer. There is also a lengthy disciplinary session culminating in a desperation-inducing punishment enema.
Please note that author Alice Liddell is known for harsh punishments and non-consensual stories. “Guiding Alice” is a little different from her other novellas in that it is an old-fashioned “guardian spanks ward” story with no romantic or sexual overtones. The punishments in this story may be severe but are administered for the miscreant’s own good. Nevertheless, if either harsh punishments or the idea of an uncle spanking his niece disturbs you, please do not buy this book.
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