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The Marquess and the Millennial, a Victorian ageplay, is available now! Meg, a spoiled college girl, accidentally travels back to Victorian England and finds herself married to a marquess. Worse, the marquess promptly hires a strict governess to discipline her. The least humiliating of these discipline methods include spanking, cold baths, figging, and more.
Meg is beside herself, but what can she do? Even worse, she finds herself falling in love with Cyril. He is gentle, tender, and considerate. Yet, he insists that she will be treated as a child until she learns to behave like a proper lady and wife.
What’s a spoiled millennial to do?
In today’s excerpt, we find Meg when she has arrived in 1898 at her new parents’ house. That’s right, her parents’ house. Back in Victorian England, Meg is now a runaway bride.
“Margaret!” Before anyone could answer, and before anyone could rise from the second flurry of curtseys, a man entered to take the leather strap from the woman who called herself Meg’s mother. “My love, however much she may deserve it, that’s no longer our place. It is for her husband to decide her punishment, that is if he will take her back.”
“Of course. Please forgive me. I wasn’t thinking.”
Meg clutched her cheek, her head spinning. If this woman called Meg her daughter and showed this man such deference, was this her husband? Would he call himself Meg’s father? If she had to picture anyone less like her affable, indulgent father, it would be this ramrod straight man.
“Margaret.” Authority rang from every corner of the room. “No daughter of mine will return home after such atrocious behavior as you have displayed. Your husband’s butler waits downstairs. I will beg his master’s forgiveness and entreat him to give you a second chance. If you receive none, do not expect a home here.”
With that, Meg found herself swept out of the room, down the stairs, and in front of a man she would later learn to call sir.
Available today from Stormy Night Publications!
When spoiled college girl Meg Wilson grows tired of pre-med classes that are ruining her social life, she makes a fateful wish. To her shock, she gets what she asked for though not in the way she would have hoped and is thrown back in time and into the life of another woman, the new bride of an aristocrat in Victorian-era England.
It doesn’t take long for Cyril Heathgrove the man who is Meg’s husband in this very different reality to tire of her rude, unladylike behavior and insistence that she is not his wife. To provide the constant supervision and firm-handed discipline that she requires, Cyril calls upon the aid of Miss Pritchett, a stern, no-nonsense governess who knows exactly how to handle recalcitrant young ladies.
Miss Pritchett wastes no time in taking control of Meg. Before she knows it, the sassy millennial has been stripped bare, spanked soundly, bathed thoroughly, and dressed like a child. But Meg’s humiliation is only beginning, and she soon learns that she will be sent back to the nursery until Cyril and Miss Pritchett are convinced that she can behave like a proper wife. Miss Pritchett is adept at using shame as a tool to teach obedience, and Meg quickly discovers that a bare-bottom spanking is not the only way to punish a little girl who has been naughty.
Though Meg is mortified by such treatment, she is surprised to find that being dominated so completely leaves her intensely aroused, and when Cyril takes her in his arms she delights in the pleasure of his skillful lovemaking. Soon she is calling him daddy and flourishing in her role as his little girl, but what if the opportunity arises to return to her own time? Will she leave behind the man she has grown to love?
Publisher’s Note: The Marquess and the Millennial includes spankings, sexual scenes, age play, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.