50 Shades of Downton Abbey

The volume of twin novelettes, The Ladies of Heatherton Hall and The Countess and the Magician has just been released, both in the Amazon and Barnes and Noble ebook stores.

The Amazon link is HERE. The B&N link is HERE.


Disciplinary Tales and Rollin Hand present two novelettes which, in combination, exceed 28,000 words and feature steamy romance and hot spanking.
The Ladies of Heatherton Hall
Joshua Fairchild is a struggling American student, until he discovers that he is heir to an estate on an obscure English island. Oakton Island is both remote and unusual. Old traditions hold sway there, and as Josh finds out, he has duties as the Earl of Carlisle that he would have never dreamed existed, including the administration of corporal punishment to his own household. And what a household it is. From the naughty maids in service, to the cute but mischievous cousins, to the nubile granddaughter, all the ladies at Heatherton Hall should be on their best behavior if they are to avoid a summons to the library—where the traditional birch rod, the modern paddle, or perhaps just the flat of the hand, is the sure cure for misbehavior.  
The Countess and the Magician
It is the spring of 1944 and in occupied France the English agent, code name LaFleur, plots to extract information from the German high command, information that may be vital to the success of the invasion. In reality, Lafleur is the Countess Angelique Dubois, purveyor of entertainment of a carnal nature and madam to a high class clientele. This is a clientele that includes highly placed German officers who have very particular interests, interests that include the pleasures of flagellation and spanking, especially when the subjects are nubile French farm girls. But to carry off the mission, the Countess needs The Magician, a mysterious American agent trained in the orient. The magician, one Marc Merlin, must go under cover with his assistant Caroline Grey, a pretty English data analyst, as players in The Countess entertainment tableaux. But the play’s the thing, and in order to maintain cover, Marc and Caroline must convince all that they are true devotees of the rod.
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