The Lord and the Librarian


spankingHot on the heels of the republishing of the Russell Corner comes another story published by LSF. The Lord and Librarian is a stand-alone novel and was co-written with Lucy Appleby some time ago and is available for the first time in novel form.

Rowan Greenway applies for and is invited to take up a post as Librarian to Lord Merlin Collden at his castle perched on the border between England and Wales. It is a ‘Finding Year’ in Lord Collden’s mysterious domain, and Rowan has found her way to the castle where Lord Collden watches and waits, making allowances for now for her modern attitudes. When Lord Collden reveals an ancient secret, Rowan takes fright and escapes, only to run into new dangers at The Citadel. She is pursued by Lord Collden, who is determined to make her his bride.

This is the first book in The Prophecy Trilogy. It is a tale of romance and self-discovery and submission. It is also a tale of eroticism, passion, magic and mystery, interspersed with such activities as spanking and paddling, caning and flogging, strapping and birching, and whippings in the pillory – for this place and all its secrets is caught between different eras and ways of life.

It is now available from Amazon and LSF.

Picture by Brian Tarsis.

4 Responses to “The Lord and the Librarian”

  1. 1 paul1510

    I’ve downloaded “The Lord and the Librarian” I’ll report back when I’ve read it. 🙂

  2. 2 Kia

    “first book in The Prophecy Trilogy” meaning there’s more to come?

  3. 3 Raffe

    Thank you D.J. I have waited for this a long time.

  4. 4 DJ

    Well I am glad for the positive response. It is my first and to date only collaboration.


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