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Mira's Miracle

By: Anastasia Vitsky
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: �2013 by Blushing Books� and Anastasia Vitsky
13 chapters, 26,500 words
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Vacationing at Master Marshall's world-renowned Castle should have spelled Fantasy Land, but for Mira the trip means paying a debt. She promised to work hard at her translator's certificate course while her advisor went on maternity leave, but distraction arrives in the form of her first love. Diplomat Hana Takahashi, from Desire in Any Language, captures Mira's total attention. Between Hana's stringent embassy security and Mira's draconian school dormitory curfew, their stolen kisses drive Mira wild with desire. Hana makes a bet with Mira: keep up with her schoolwork or take a trip of Hana's choice, according to Hana's rules. No veto power.

When Mira presents her inadequate end-of-term report, Hana books a dream vacation - of Hana's dreams. Safe within the Castle, the elaborate role playing kink haven, Hana turns Mira into her little girl. Complete with a private nurse, playroom with its nanny in charge, and a schoolroom filled with naughty pupils and a stern teacher, the Castle's ageplay wing reduces Mira to a child from the moment of her arrival. Hana's word is law, and all of the Castle employees carry out her orders for Mira.

However, Mira's natural resistance leads to tantrums, defiance, and spankings from every adult who assists with her care. When she encounters a tutor who triggers her deepest fears, she must face her residual trauma over the duplicitous "Mistress Susan." Is Mira ready for the maternal nurturing offered by Hana, or will her unhealed wounds drive everyone away? Can she become Hana's little girl, or will she safeword out of the Castle to return to everyday life... without Hana? Will there be a miracle for Mira?

Warning: contains ageplay, mouth-soaping, spankings, and sex scenes.

Preface

My dear Miranda,

I hope this letter finds you well and enjoying your work, as always.

I apologize for my absence next month. I dearly wish I could get away for some rest and relaxation at your magnificent Castle, but my presence has been requested at the international summit I've been dreading. I would much rather enjoy myself teaching your staff the delights of a new shibari technique I've invented. By using Yakitsu's new midori rope, I have combined three of my favorite designs. You have quite a promising future shibari student. I would love to give her a private lesson the next time I visit.

I must confess I need to make an imposition on you. Since I won't be taking up my usual residence next month, could you possibly allow my niece, Hana, to visit in my stead? She trained under me as best as she could at a distance, but she has never shown interest before. A pity, when she shows real talent both in physical skill and emotional control. If only I could interest her in more than a small, playful act here and there! Still, she has found herself a nice submissive girl and wants to introduce her to the lifestyle. Nothing could be better than a visit to your lavish playground of the mind. It's time to see whether the girls can handle the Takahashi discipline. Hana is long past time to come into her own. I've worried about her for years, but just a few months ago she wrote to me of her new relationship. Nieces! With nothing better to do than worry their poor Obas.

How has your search been for your own submissive? Do be careful online. It's so easy for people to pretend to be something they are not. Don't sell yourself short. You deserve the best and shall get it, if I have anything to say.

With much love,

Atsuko Takahashi

P.S. Enclosed is a photo I found of us on graduation day. Can you believe it's already been years since our last day at Miss Sadler's Finishing School? Sad to think of Miss Sadler gone and her prot�g�s scattered all over the globe. Still, sometimes I close my eyes and can see you laughing on the dormitory bed across the room from me. Dare we ever tell our children about our wild days? Just remember�the bed sheet rope was your idea!

 

Atsuko, you silver-tongued flatterer,

You still try to blame your escapades on me! You're lucky you didn't break your neck climbing out of our dorm room window. I can't believe we were ever that young. Poor Miss Sadler, driven to an early grave by the antics of her students. If she'd taken the cane to you a bit oftener, she would have saved herself a great deal of grief. Ha! And never you mind how often that cane was taken to me!

Of course your niece Hana is welcome to visit us next month, although we will miss you greatly. I have already cleared the matter with Master Marshall, who bids me let you know just how much he shall miss you and your ever-patient shibari tutelage.

As for dear Hana, heavens, how they do grow up. It seems only yesterday she was desperate to tag along behind us, following in all our naughtiest and grandest adventures. We were a horrible influence on her, but gazing on her has always been so much like gazing on a mirror to our wayward youth. I can't wait to see her again. Tell me, Atsie, has she any special requests either for herself or her new partner? How lucky she is to have found someone. I admit, I envy her that.

As for me, my online search has hit an interesting turn in the road.� I am chatting with Ana daily now. She knows me only as "Miss M.," and I have not let on that I live quite close to her. Mere hours are all that separate us. I want to meet her, but she is reluctant and I'm afraid of scaring her away. She is brand-new to the lifestyle, can you imagine? I must go gently so as not to frighten her, but I long to see her for real. I know you worry about me, as always, but I am careful. Everything about her checks out. I think she might even be my one.

Must dash�one of the silly new visitors has lied on her paperwork, as if we wouldn't spot her lack of experience straightaway. Sometimes I'd like to give them all a good thrashing. The only problem is, they'd like it!

Send me the dates for your niece's visit and let us know which wing she will want to stay in. I'll go through my lists to ensure she has the best of care while she is here.

Fondly,

Miranda Hardwick



Chapter One: The Phone-Sex Call

"Mira-chan," she purrs into the small electronic earpiece for my cell phone. "Tell me the color of your panties."

The luscious red apple splurts juice as my fingernails dig into the flesh. "I'm at the supermarket!" A bent-over curly-haired woman hobbles by with a baby bundled on her back. A loudspeaker blares with some harried employee's voice extolling the virtues of some limited time offer promotion. Buy one get one free, or fifty percent off, or a special sample, or a cooking demonstration. I shuffle in between stacks of food. When I came to South Korea last year to enroll in a translator certification course, I knew many things would be different from my native United States. I expected the language and cultural differences, but I didn't expect the rest. I didn't recognize the vastness of my country, or how I took for granted enormous grocery store aisles, houses, parking lots, and sidewalks.

I squeeze past a precarious stack of miniature sweet yogurt drinks, but my purse knocks a few bottles onto the floor. I murmur an apology to no one in particular as I bend over and replace the drinks on their cardboard tray.

"Are you wearing the silky violet panties with the sheer back panel?" Hana asks through the phone, luxuriating over each syllable. "When I take you over my knee, will the flimsy fabric tear as I place my hand in between your thighs and�"

"Hana!" Sticky apple juice dribbles down my white sleeve. I raise my voice to drown out hers. "Apple prices are outrageous. Do you want the three-thousand-won kind or the five-thousand-won kind?" Three to five dollars for a single apple, I tell myself. Trying to focus. I am an ordinary schoolgirl on an ordinary errand to buy ordinary groceries for her ordinary girlfriend. But I forgot. This is Hana, for whom nothing is ordinary.

"I want your saucy bottom tipped over my knee as I split your schoolgirl panties at the seams."

"HANA!" I put the crushed apple into a plastic produce bag and spin it around to tie off the end. Someone will have to pay for the ruined fruit. I walk over to the special produce bin filled with stacks of luscious red cherries. Each clear, plastic, heart-shaped bowl contains a small handful of the expensive, imported fruit. I long to taste the cherries, to place one in my mouth. I have not enjoyed a cherry since leaving my hometown many months ago, and I have almost forgotten the taste. I remember watching my mother bring in lugs of cherries, hauling in crates of the red fruit she made into cherry sauce, cherry jam, cherry everything. My mouth waters as I wish I could place the forbidden fruit into my mouth. At ten thousand won, or over ten dollars, for a tiny handful, I can't justify the expense. In the meantime, my attention is demanded elsewhere.

"That's right," she croons. "Scream my name, baby girl, but louder!"

"Hana!" I whisper, dipping my head forward so my long hair covers my hot face. A toddler careens by with a fistful of candy in each hand, a tired young mother trying to keep up. "Mmm-hmm-mmm," I hum as loudly as I dare, using the tune of a popular children's song about umbrellas in the rain. My first girlfriend, my first love, and my first pornographic phone sex call.

She chuckles. "You can't say anything back, can you? You're in public, and you wouldn't want any of the matronly cashiers to know tonight we're flying to a place where I can spank you and make love to you all day."

I set the apple bag in my green plastic basket, and I head to the toiletries aisle. "Do you need a new toothbrush?" I ask.

"You can try to ignore me, but you won't succeed. Remember our deal?"

Against my will, the inner walls of my cheeks squeeze together in a smile. "Our first vacation together."

"For one week, your bottom is mine. Little girl."

"I'm not a�" I begin, but she interrupts me. I protest whenever she does so, but at the same time my heart swells with her self-assurance. I never knew I could like someone who takes without asking, who gives without being requested, and who loves without wondering why. For Hana, life consists not of polite rules but passions that erupt at any moment. Yet, she works by day as a diplomat. My Hana, the woman who throws every propriety to the wind, helps to smooth protocol for everyone else. Does her sophisticated, tactful job persona make it more exciting to abandon all rules with me? Or does she work as a diplomat in order to tame the wildness within? And how did she ever end up with a normal and boring girl like me?

"You are a little girl if I say so. Or do I need to remind you whose naked, sweet, baby-smooth body will lie across my lap as I raise the hairbrush to�"

"Okay!" I consider dropping the basket onto the floor and running, but this is my neighborhood market. If I make a scene today, coming back will be worse next time. "You don't need to!" I have to press my legs together. I can almost feel her deft fingers working their way into my most secret of places.

"Say it," she urges, and my knees wobble.

"What?" I ask, trying to curb my exasperation. Turned on and ready to spit nails, that's me!

"Say, 'I'm a very naughty little girl, and I'm going to get a sound spanking on my bare bottom.'"

A strangled yelp.

"One..."

"I love you," I gasp. The cashier stares at me when I drop my basket in front of the counter. "Not you. You..."

"Say it right now, or after I spank you I'll put you in the corner."

In front of the cashier, five people waiting in line behind me, and a passerby, I whisper. "I'm a naughty girl."

"That's my Mira-chan," she purrs, and I knock into the credit card swiping machine. "And?"

How does she expect me to speak, let alone walk to the bus stop, when every word turns me into a melting torrent of desire? "You'll spank me."

"And I'll love every second of it."

I grab my bag of merchandise and flee the store, praying no one will remember my face or voice.

"Mira?"

"I want you," I gasp.

I never thought I would be the sort of person to say dirty things in supermarkets or proclaim my love in front of strangers. I think of myself as shy, unassuming, or even ordinary. But life with Hana has taught me even the most ordinary of events can become extraordinary. She makes me � in some ways when I'd rather not � find excitement in the everyday. With her, every day is a discovery. Each meeting is an occasion.

"Why didn't you get more apples?" Hana asks when I return home. Or, rather, to her home, the home from which we will begin our travels tonight. It's hard to believe we will take our first trip together. We have never gone anywhere except the local coffee shop or perhaps a restaurant. I am a schoolgirl free from the confines of her dormitory and launched into the grown-up world of apartments, airplanes, and travel.

She takes the bag from me and sets it on the table. The only apple lies mushy and broken, a testament to our phone call.

"If you wanted more apples, you shouldn't have distracted me." I lift an eyebrow at her, as if I can tell her what to do. She rests her hands on my bottom, giving a squeeze to make me yelp. This is the first time I have entered her home, and it's the first time we don't have to worry about strange gazes from other people. Diplomat security plus dormitory rules don't make for an easy courtship.

"If you didn't want to be distracted, you should have answered my question the first time." Before I can complain, she bends down to drop onto my lips a kiss so sweet, so tender, and so gentle I lose track of any thought I ever could have had. It's a good thing I've already set the apple down because nothing would survive this embrace.

"Tell me more about our trip," I demand, trying to catch my breath.

"Ah-ah-ah," she reproves. "You know our agreement."

I nudge her. "C'mon, give me a hint." Because she is Hana and I am Mira, and because my thumb teases the outermost edge of her earlobe, she tells me her story.

"Since you lost our bet�"

I groan. In the short time since Hana came into my life, everything I used to take for granted has flown out the window. No more lollygagging to finish school assignments, no more late-night parties that cut into study time, and no more fun without consequences.

My bottom twinges again, thinking about it. When I first met Hana, at a party thrown by my roommate's friend, I didn't know what I was getting into. I only knew she made me feel the way no one ever has, including the tutor I crushed on for the better part of a year.

"I don't want you to fall behind in your schoolwork because you're seeing me," she said on our fourth date, when we pretended to watch a film at the local cinema. My answer was lost as she placed her lips over mine, cupping the back of my neck with both hands. I'm sure it broke all of her embassy's protocol for conduct in a foreign country, but the faintly buttery embrace made me forget my objections.

"I won't," I promised, never dreaming she would hold me to it. By our sixth date, strolling around the pond near my dormitory because I couldn't get security clearance for her housing complex, I knew better.

"Maybe this should be fun," she whispered, as she propped me against a secluded building for a few warm-up swats. She'd tried to spank me before, but each attempt led to more pressing events. I learned to wear turtlenecks so I could hide the hickeys after our dates.

"I warned you," she tells me, and I'm not quite sure. Did she? Or did her lips brush against mine, and did a spank turn into a caress, a hungry stroking of the jeans-clad buttocks she wished to undress? When I am with Hana, the most formal clothes melt into an invitation. She has never seen me in the nude, but her eyes and her words rip off every piece of clothing I might wear. It's almost as if she wants me to drape myself in heavy woolen coats and thick sweaters, as if the challenge makes sweeter the anticipation.

"About what?" I stammer, looking down to hide the heat creeping into my ears. She laughs, a glorious cascade of rippling notes, and she encircles my waist with her arm.

"I love when you blush," she croons, tilting my head backward. "I can't wait to dress you up as�"

"Dress me up?" I echo, blankly. Since when did her fantasies involve putting me into clothing?

"�a little girl," she finishes, the tips of her fingernails tapping against my chin. I'd never thought of a chin as an erogenous zone, at least not until I met Hana. Those perfectly manicured, rounded tips sweep like a mother's kiss beneath my bottom lip, and I shake with desire. I want her to take me, right here and now. I unbutton the top button of my shirt, only for her to stop me with a tap of those immaculate nails.

"But I�"

"My little girl," she clarifies, and she stills my unspoken protest. "I won the bet."
Margaret Corcoran on 02/09/2015 02:32pm
I really liked this story. The interaction between the characters is well described and believable. But I find it leaves questions at the end of the story. Is there a next book?
Margaret Corcoran on 02/09/2015 02:32pm
I really liked this story. The interaction between the characters is well described and believable. But I find it leaves questions at the end of the story. Is there a next book?
Pam on 08/05/2014 11:34pm
Good. Too short
Pam on 08/05/2014 11:34pm
Good. Too short
Tracey Horton on 01/30/2014 06:15pm
This was such a good read---I love the Castle and age-play books and this is a lovely combination of both. I wanted to be sure I had the background and bought the Mira's Desire set. I was glad I had the background on their relationship and the vital information of Mistress Susan. Although I will point out it is not necessary to buy the two book boxed set it is helpful and I am glad I did. The relationship between Hana and Mira grows and deepens at the Castle with the help of Master Emerson (the teacher) and Mistress Trinity the Nanny. Mira is not sure of the school room or the nursery and struggles with the stringent rules imposed upon her. But overall it was the interaction with Master Emerson that surfaced hurts and trauma from her past. It was very touching to see her work through this and make amends. In addition, she has intimacy issues that she reveals to Hana that are so touching I found myself crying. How many of us have had hurts and trauma from our past and childhood that have affected our future relationships? The gift of having someone to reveal these hurts to is beyond measure. The ending shows a new depth for them as a couple and leaves us looking forward to another book for this couple. Definitely a great read. Worth the time and money. Definitely looking forward to more books by Anastasia Vitsky.
Tracey Horton on 01/30/2014 06:15pm
This was such a good read---I love the Castle and age-play books and this is a lovely combination of both. I wanted to be sure I had the background and bought the Mira's Desire set. I was glad I had the background on their relationship and the vital information of Mistress Susan. Although I will point out it is not necessary to buy the two book boxed set it is helpful and I am glad I did. The relationship between Hana and Mira grows and deepens at the Castle with the help of Master Emerson (the teacher) and Mistress Trinity the Nanny. Mira is not sure of the school room or the nursery and struggles with the stringent rules imposed upon her. But overall it was the interaction with Master Emerson that surfaced hurts and trauma from her past. It was very touching to see her work through this and make amends. In addition, she has intimacy issues that she reveals to Hana that are so touching I found myself crying. How many of us have had hurts and trauma from our past and childhood that have affected our future relationships? The gift of having someone to reveal these hurts to is beyond measure. The ending shows a new depth for them as a couple and leaves us looking forward to another book for this couple. Definitely a great read. Worth the time and money. Definitely looking forward to more books by Anastasia Vitsky.
anon on 01/25/2014 02:29pm
If I had known this was a F/f story, I would not have bought it and that would have been a shame since it was such a good story. To me this was not a F/f, gay/lesbian, age play or spanking story. It came across, to me, as a young lady finding her way to be the most secure, happy adult she could be. Mira found the love and trust she needed and wanted. She found the healing of childhood that we all need. This is the second Vitsky story I have read about Mira and I'm glad I found them. It taught me not to choose a story based on the category description.
anon on 01/25/2014 02:29pm
If I had known this was a F/f story, I would not have bought it and that would have been a shame since it was such a good story. To me this was not a F/f, gay/lesbian, age play or spanking story. It came across, to me, as a young lady finding her way to be the most secure, happy adult she could be. Mira found the love and trust she needed and wanted. She found the healing of childhood that we all need. This is the second Vitsky story I have read about Mira and I'm glad I found them. It taught me not to choose a story based on the category description.
Renee on 01/18/2014 01:02pm
I really liked this book. I could not put it down. Maren Smith’s castle series is one of my favorites and now this book has joined in the ranks. The integration of one author’s created world with another author’s characters was extremely well done. Hana’s understanding and love was expressed in her meeting Mira’s needs. The depth of caring between the women was awesome. Even when Mira was confused or scared she was confident in Hana’s promise. The journey Mira took through past hurts, confusion, her desire to be loved for herself was so well written that the reader could almost feel it. Mira’s journey was one of accepting Hana’s love but also self-acceptance of her own desires. I would love to know more about Hana’s background…maybe another book? The story was well written and evoked sweet feelings of caring and hope. Thank you Maren for sharing your world and Ms. Vitsky for sharing your gift of storytelling with us.
Renee on 01/18/2014 01:02pm
I really liked this book. I could not put it down. Maren Smith۪s castle series is one of my favorites and now this book has joined in the ranks. The integration of one author۪s created world with another author۪s characters was extremely well done. Hana۪s understanding and love was expressed in her meeting Mira۪s needs. The depth of caring between the women was awesome. Even when Mira was confused or scared she was confident in Hana۪s promise. The journey Mira took through past hurts, confusion, her desire to be loved for herself was so well written that the reader could almost feel it. Mira۪s journey was one of accepting Hana۪s love but also self-acceptance of her own desires. I would love to know more about Hana۪s background_maybe another book? The story was well written and evoked sweet feelings of caring and hope. Thank you Maren for sharing your world and Ms. Vitsky for sharing your gift of storytelling with us.
Laurel Lasky on 01/15/2014 05:54pm
I loved the Castle series and this wonderful book is a great bonus and Ana Vitsky adds her expertise and add another layer. This is also a sequel to Desire in any Language and a continuation of Mira's journey. Bravo Ana and Maren!
Laurel Lasky on 01/15/2014 05:54pm
I loved the Castle series and this wonderful book is a great bonus and Ana Vitsky adds her expertise and add another layer. This is also a sequel to Desire in any Language and a continuation of Mira's journey. Bravo Ana and Maren!
Loek Krancher on 01/13/2014 09:42am
Wow, how is it possible that this is only my 2nd book about spanking. Thanks to Anastasia I'm now totally hooked on spanking stories. Mira's Miracle is so catchy written. I felt sucked into the story. It was as if I in person was present in the castle. It took me my night's sleep because I could not stop reading. But it was more than worth it. If all her novels are compelling written than I'm from now on one of her biggest fan. Thanks Anastasia for this and sorry for my poor english.
Loek Krancher on 01/13/2014 09:42am
Wow, how is it possible that this is only my 2nd book about spanking. Thanks to Anastasia I'm now totally hooked on spanking stories. Mira's Miracle is so catchy written. I felt sucked into the story. It was as if I in person was present in the castle. It took me my night's sleep because I could not stop reading. But it was more than worth it. If all her novels are compelling written than I'm from now on one of her biggest fan. Thanks Anastasia for this and sorry for my poor english.
Penelope on 01/13/2014 06:51am
Mira’s Miracle is a beautifully written, moving, deeply erotic read. It isn’t often that I can’t put a book down, but this was one of those occasions. Ana Vitsky’s vibrant and atmospheric prose places the reader right into the Castle with Mira, experiencing everything with her, feeling every moment. The personal, immediate narrative style puts all of Mira’s vulnerabilities, fears, hopes, desires right out on the page without compromise for us to see and empathise with. The story primarily centres around ageplay, something that Mira experiences for the first time. This complex and not easily-understood aspect of sexuality is handled with sensitivity, and the account of Mira’s nascent experiences serves as a sympathetic and convincing window onto the phenomenon for the unfamiliar reader. Much more than a titillating account of a young woman’s erotic adventures, or a catalogue of her punishments, Mira’s Miracle is the story of an individual’s journey to understanding. Of the “funny world of strange rules” that is the Castle (a metonym for kink of all kinds); of her feelings toward Hana; most of all, her understanding of herself. At first Mira fights (quite literally) against others and herself: against the Castle staff who dress her and treat her like a little girl, and her own demons. But with time and care her resistance to the practices of the ‘ageplay wing’ melts away, in a direct parallel with the resolution of her emotional and intellectual conflict. The punishments that Mira receives are elegantly and subtly drawn, sometimes to the point of ellipsis: like every other aspect of the story they fit perfectly, speaking of the voice and the heart of a sensitive, unassuming girl. Mira’s Miracle is, above all, life-affirming. It offers hope that we can each of us grow, and heal, and learn to love ourselves; to get beyond the pain of the past and love everything that makes us who we are.
Penelope on 01/13/2014 06:51am
Mira۪s Miracle is a beautifully written, moving, deeply erotic read. It isn۪t often that I can۪t put a book down, but this was one of those occasions. Ana Vitsky۪s vibrant and atmospheric prose places the reader right into the Castle with Mira, experiencing everything with her, feeling every moment. The personal, immediate narrative style puts all of Mira۪s vulnerabilities, fears, hopes, desires right out on the page without compromise for us to see and empathise with. The story primarily centres around ageplay, something that Mira experiences for the first time. This complex and not easily-understood aspect of sexuality is handled with sensitivity, and the account of Mira۪s nascent experiences serves as a sympathetic and convincing window onto the phenomenon for the unfamiliar reader. Much more than a titillating account of a young woman۪s erotic adventures, or a catalogue of her punishments, Mira۪s Miracle is the story of an individual۪s journey to understanding. Of the funny world of strange rules۝ that is the Castle (a metonym for kink of all kinds); of her feelings toward Hana; most of all, her understanding of herself. At first Mira fights (quite literally) against others and herself: against the Castle staff who dress her and treat her like a little girl, and her own demons. But with time and care her resistance to the practices of the ageplay wing۪ melts away, in a direct parallel with the resolution of her emotional and intellectual conflict. The punishments that Mira receives are elegantly and subtly drawn, sometimes to the point of ellipsis: like every other aspect of the story they fit perfectly, speaking of the voice and the heart of a sensitive, unassuming girl. Mira۪s Miracle is, above all, life-affirming. It offers hope that we can each of us grow, and heal, and learn to love ourselves; to get beyond the pain of the past and love everything that makes us who we are.
Kristin Elyon on 01/12/2014 03:35pm
5 STARS PLUS!! This book was damn near perfect for me! I looooooved it!!!! If you LOVE The Master of the Castle series by Maren Smith, like I do then this story is just an added bonus! Ana's amazing characters visit that castle! All the characters, the interwoven storylines, the drama, the love, the passion, the angst, the fear, the doubt, the sheer happiness - it was all so good!! I know I really like a book when I start reading it really slow, taking in all the details, because I simply don't want it to end! That's how this one was for me! One of the best books I've read and it's f/f!!
Kristin Elyon on 01/12/2014 03:35pm
5 STARS PLUS!! This book was damn near perfect for me! I looooooved it!!!! If you LOVE The Master of the Castle series by Maren Smith, like I do then this story is just an added bonus! Ana's amazing characters visit that castle! All the characters, the interwoven storylines, the drama, the love, the passion, the angst, the fear, the doubt, the sheer happiness - it was all so good!! I know I really like a book when I start reading it really slow, taking in all the details, because I simply don't want it to end! That's how this one was for me! One of the best books I've read and it's f/f!!
SH on 01/11/2014 06:33pm
A wonderful addition to the Castle Series! What a beautifully written romance and love story, I absolutely adored it! I started reading and did not put it down until I was finished, I just had to find out what was going to happen next. This is a different type of AP, much more tender, than the usual harshness AP tends to have. At times I was literally laughing out loud and at times I was crying. Mira works very hard to embrace her feelings/kink and confront the trauma from her past and you can feel the love of all of those around her during this process. Ms. Vitsky has written a heartfelt story that speaks to anyone who has looked for love and acceptance on any level. Very well done and one I will definitely read again.
SH on 01/11/2014 06:33pm
A wonderful addition to the Castle Series! What a beautifully written romance and love story, I absolutely adored it! I started reading and did not put it down until I was finished, I just had to find out what was going to happen next. This is a different type of AP, much more tender, than the usual harshness AP tends to have. At times I was literally laughing out loud and at times I was crying. Mira works very hard to embrace her feelings/kink and confront the trauma from her past and you can feel the love of all of those around her during this process. Ms. Vitsky has written a heartfelt story that speaks to anyone who has looked for love and acceptance on any level. Very well done and one I will definitely read again.
SassyT on 01/11/2014 02:13pm
Mira's Miracle is a must read. The buildup of the story is amazing.....it keeps you squirming in your seat as you read from start to finish. Like little nibbles on the ear and that lead to more you can't stop reading once you start. I want to read more the characters come to life and jump of the page. I can perfectly picture Mira & her outbursts. The story drew me in had me giggling & crying. It was both sensitive and seductive.....a beautiful story that touches OUR most vulnerable needs- the need to feel loved. I loved Ms. Vitsky writing it captured me from the fluffy fur ball to nanny's pocket paddle; I was transported to the castle watching eagerly wishing I could be there. The story left me smiling while still wanting more. My favorite line is Good discipline is the greatest gift anyone can give and I almost believe that after reading this story of longing and acceptance.
SassyT on 01/11/2014 02:13pm
Mira's Miracle is a must read. The buildup of the story is amazing.....it keeps you squirming in your seat as you read from start to finish. Like little nibbles on the ear and that lead to more you can't stop reading once you start. I want to read more the characters come to life and jump of the page. I can perfectly picture Mira & her outbursts. The story drew me in had me giggling & crying. It was both sensitive and seductive.....a beautiful story that touches OUR most vulnerable needs- the need to feel loved. I loved Ms. Vitsky writing it captured me from the fluffy fur ball to nanny's pocket paddle; I was transported to the castle watching eagerly wishing I could be there. The story left me smiling while still wanting more. My favorite line is Good discipline is the greatest gift anyone can give and I almost believe that after reading this story of longing and acceptance.
pao on 01/11/2014 12:23pm
I love it when fictional universes collide. Continuing from Mira's discovery from the first book, Mira is whisked away to Master Marshall's Castle (from Maren Smith's Castle universe/ series) by her lover where she is made to face her deepest desires and fears. Mira's Miracle is a sensual, sensitive, tender and revealing story of a young adult struggling to embrace her desires - which I think is something some, if not all of us can relate to. I felt that the story captured the emotions and actions very well - fear, rebellion, letting one's defences down, acceptance, sharing a dark secret and healing. The ageplay parts were tender and it will leave you wishing you got those cuddles and chocolate cookies. In addition to the tenderness of the story, I quite enjoyed the banter and relationship between Hana and Mira. Their antics and Mira's inner thoughts were really entertaining and funny. The detail in description made everything so easy to visualise and I loved the use of the honorific titles within the story. I was curious about Hana at the end of the first book and I found her quite charming. This was a very engaging and entertaining read that I did not put down until I was done.
pao on 01/11/2014 12:23pm
I love it when fictional universes collide. Continuing from Mira's discovery from the first book, Mira is whisked away to Master Marshall's Castle (from Maren Smith's Castle universe/ series) by her lover where she is made to face her deepest desires and fears. Mira's Miracle is a sensual, sensitive, tender and revealing story of a young adult struggling to embrace her desires - which I think is something some, if not all of us can relate to. I felt that the story captured the emotions and actions very well - fear, rebellion, letting one's defences down, acceptance, sharing a dark secret and healing. The ageplay parts were tender and it will leave you wishing you got those cuddles and chocolate cookies. In addition to the tenderness of the story, I quite enjoyed the banter and relationship between Hana and Mira. Their antics and Mira's inner thoughts were really entertaining and funny. The detail in description made everything so easy to visualise and I loved the use of the honorific titles within the story. I was curious about Hana at the end of the first book and I found her quite charming. This was a very engaging and entertaining read that I did not put down until I was done.
EmilyTilton on 01/11/2014 05:12am
Mira's Miracle is something very special: it takes the fascinating frame of Maren Smith's Castle series and uses it to tell a moving--even at times a harrowing--tale of Mira learning to be at peace with her need for kink and for the wonderful Hana. Ms. Vitsky writes as always with an extraordinary lyricism of Mira's fraught emotional relationship to her sexuality and to past trauma, and by the time we get to the wonderful resolution (with the cinnamon oil) we feel Mira and Hana have earned not just a happy ending, but happiness with one another.
EmilyTilton on 01/11/2014 05:12am
Mira's Miracle is something very special: it takes the fascinating frame of Maren Smith's Castle series and uses it to tell a moving--even at times a harrowing--tale of Mira learning to be at peace with her need for kink and for the wonderful Hana. Ms. Vitsky writes as always with an extraordinary lyricism of Mira's fraught emotional relationship to her sexuality and to past trauma, and by the time we get to the wonderful resolution (with the cinnamon oil) we feel Mira and Hana have earned not just a happy ending, but happiness with one another.

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