Spanking Heroines Through the Ages

14Jul13

spanking heroinesLSF have published another collection of four DJ Black stories featuring various women who have one thing in common – from Ancient Rome through to a troubled Bogartesque romance set in the 1940s – these women are all spanked.

In Abacus, an amazing archaeological find leads to Anne travelling back in time. She is soon caught and branded a slave. After several years, she gets the opportunity to return to her own time, but will she take it?

In Exiles of the Medici, Eloise goes from a spoiled brat to having to dress as a boy and be an apprentice to Don Barbara, who punishes his ‘boy’ regularly. Meanwhile her brother has troubles of his own as he poses as tutor to two beautiful sisters, both of whom have quite different reactions to his disciplinary hand.

After the War is Over features a troubled couple’s relationship, showing how it is made stronger through a long absence and the hardship of World War II. The centerpiece of their reunion is a spanking.

The Trouble with Dames tells of how Marion runs off to marry a man her father feels is quite unsuitable. He hires Eddie Knight to bring her home, but Marion doesn’t give him an easy time. However, he has his own way of dealing with feisty dames, and has no hesitation in doing so.

Get it here



5 Responses to “Spanking Heroines Through the Ages”

  1. 1 paul1510

    Damian,
    Downloaded, I’ll give you my thoughts when I’ve read it.
    Paul.

  2. Your historical tales are some of your best, DJ. Every success with this.

  3. 3 George

    Any time and any place, women are women and men are men…

  4. 4 Mike

    I have been trying to decide whether or not that image is a photograph or a painting. The detail says it must be a photo, but I’m going to say painting because I don’t think it would be possible to have two perfect and absolutely stunning bottoms like those in one room at the same time.

    If it’s a photo, all I have to say is “Way to go, God!”

  5. 5 DJ

    Thanks Rollin

    probably George 😉

    it is a photo I think


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s


%d bloggers like this: