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This week's regulation-eight-lines from the third book in the Waldorf Manor series,
releasing early February 2014.
"The Courting" is a domestic discipline and sweet blush novel set against the backdrop of stunning Waldorf Manor and Barton-Court House. Elisabeth Warner moves to Waldorf Manor as her and Bennett Fowler begin courting. He sets out the rules and boundaries of their relationship, making it clear that her transition from charge to 'lady of his life' doesn't mean a change by far. Elisabeth discovers Bennett's formality and discipline in their courtship has stolen her heart as her affections grow.
Excerpt from Chapter 6
“This will be the last time I have to correct you for using sensual language before we’re married, do you understand?” Bennett said, his long and lean stature still holding Elisabeth securely over his knee.
“Yes, Sir,” Elisabeth replied, her pain tolerance fully weakened.
She bit her tongue and took the rest of her punishment silently, except for subtle crying toward the end. Bennett replaced her knickers, tights, pulled her pinafore down, then walked her to the corner next to his fireplace.
“Put your hands on your head,” he said, from right behind her.
Elisabeth looked up in hesitation but a simple raised eyebrow from Bennett encouraged her to obey. It was understood that only children folded their hands on their head when facing the wall.
“Stand up straight. Not a word,” Bennett told her.
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