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Submissive Bride

By: Carolyn Faulkner
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: � Carolyn Faulkner and Blushing Books, 2011-2013
11 Chapters/ 37,034 words
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King Marston is a man with a past: a gun-slinger and a gambler.  Typically when he rode into a town, he rode out scant days later, richer, but no longer welcome. Then, his luck changed, and the sheriff of Hell's Pass, the aptly-named hellhole he'd ridden into, saw the benefits of having someone with King's skills on the "right" side of the law. He made King an offer he couldn't refuse - be my deputy when I need a good gun at my back, I'll pay you well, and you can settle down.

At first blush, King was not the "settlin' down" sort. But the more he thought about it, the more he decided he liked the idea. There was just one thing missing: a bride. He wasn't going to find one through the regular channels, though. King Marston had some very special tastes when it came to women, and he found just what he was looking for at the Mercy Orphanage just on the outskirts of town.

Aubrielle Cecille Hardy was eighteen and had done her best to avoid being noticed. Technically too old to still be living at the orphanage, she'd stayed on as a bit of a hired hand. She knew perfectly well that most of the girls left when they were much younger than eighteen, and Aubrielle knew exactly where the Orphanage Mistress was sending them, but so far she'd been able to avoid that fate. Then one day the largest man she'd ever seen rode in... and two hours later, she rode out with him, to a life unlike any she'd ever anticipated. King wants a woman that will be his down to the bone, one he can train and curb and test, one he can do with exactly as he pleases. Aubrielle fits that bill perfectly. Suddenly Aubrielle finds herself in a childish dress, with a horribly sore bottom, and a nanny. Could she run away? Where would she go? Or does she stay and fall under King's spell, and come to love the life he's introduced to, the life of a forever young "child" bride.

Carolyn Faulkner's Victorian age-play fantasy, The Little Miss, is the single most popular book ever published by Blushing Books. Carolyn returns us to that world, this time in the American West, instead of England. The Submissive Bride is a completely new story, and while Edmund and his "litte miss" Lacy make a brief appearance, this is King's and Aubrielle's story.

This age-play fantasy is a severe story, containing scenes of strict non-consensual discipline, anal erotica (including enemas), and some F/F elements, as Aubrielle is trained not only by King but by strict Nanny Emily. If such themes disturb you, do not buy "The Submissive Bride."  But if you've been waiting a long time to return to the world of "The Little Miss," don't miss "The Submissive Bride."

Prologue
"Do I have to ask again?" The deep rumble of his voice came from somewhere behind and to the left of her.

Her eyes were closed, as he had commanded, and she had heard him step close to her. She felt the rough denim of his fully-clothed body up against her completely naked one, his bushy yet immaculately kept mustache tickling her ear, stiff leather gun belt pressed rudely against her side. The scents of leather and horse in her nostrils had already long since come to represent him to her.

It was the question she'd been dreading, bringing with it the big, lemon drop tears she'd been trying to suppress, rolling down her cheeks and onto the ineffectual arms that had prompted his raspy question. They were the ones that were doing their level best � yet failing miserably, still - to protect her vulnerable breasts from that short, wicked thong he liked to use on her, the one that was separated into three shortish fingers at the end, fingers that tended to wrap around the most tender parts of whatever flesh it was that he'd chosen to chastise at that point.

He'd asked it, of course, in the tone she'd come to recognize, to dread, to fear. But it wasn't that he yelled at her. In the years they'd been together, she didn't think he'd ever yelled at her. He didn't need to. It was almost worse that he didn't yell, somehow. That chocolate thick voice merely deepened the sterner he became, its intimate timbre reaching into areas of her body that she'd always though only he would ever know.

But she'd been wrong there, too.

Indeed, as she knew they would, his words settled in her tummy, but not just there. She could have been more reconciled to her fate if that had been the only place he lived within her, could have accepted it � herself, her indescribably humiliating and completely unacceptable reactions to him - better if it had stopped at fear. It was natural to tremble and quake when he deemed she needed a punishment, and either reached for one of many readily- available implements or sent her to fetch one. But it didn't stop there. The other things that happened to her, the things he delighted in pointing out to her each and every time, well, they didn't bear thinking of. She mostly refused to examine them in the light of day, much less when they were actually occurring.

"N-no, S-sir," she answered, moving the offending arms slowly, until they were where he demanded they be when her breasts were being punished � folded behind her, so that her back was arched, presenting her breasts more prominently for whichever implement it was that he had decided to worry her with.

She was immediately rewarded for her obedience by the fierce crack of that unforgiving length, leaving inch wide angry red stripes on the otherwise pristine skin of her breasts. Of course, he made very, very certain that the worst of the blow landed directly on top of the nipples that he had already dampened and engorged and set to aching well before those blows had landed, preparing them, making sure that each and every stroke he deigned to deliver would have the utmost impact.

And they always did.

Her feet couldn't help it. The pain made her need to dance, and they moved entirely of their own accord, as did her head when it arched back and to the side and her mouth when she let out a mournful cry that she knew the other occupant of the house would hear, but do absolutely nothing about.

He didn't mind it when she danced, as long as she didn't go too far and make him think she was trying to get way. That was the fine line she walked. If he thought she was trying to avoid that small but vicious strap, things would get worse, fast.

Sometimes he tied her ankles, but in general, he didn't like to bind her. He didn't like the idea that any sort of rope or cuff might leave a mark.

Of course he wasn't so particular about the leather strap, which fell again and again and again until she was screaming...





Chapter One



Aubrielle Cecile Hardy had been raised for more than half of her life in the orphanage on the outskirts of Hell's Pass, which, when she arrived there, was the closest thing in the area that would pass for a town. When she was a six or so, and the death of her parents landed her in the less than tender hands of the Mercy Orphanage, the small burg had had a mercantile and a saloon, and not much more. But rumors of a gold strike hit the area months later, it had immediately boomed, and, twelve years later, it had become a veritable thriving metropolis.

Enough of the shiny stuff had trickled out of the streams and caves around the town that the boom had been sustained much longer than most towns had experienced, and thus it had managed to hang on to both its residents and some semblance of law and order.

That was where he had come in.

King Marston was a gunslinger - not by choice, but by circumstance. He'd never asked for his reputation, but then he'd not shied away from any opportunities that added to it, either. If � or rather when, now, because of what men had heard about him and their own petty desperation to prove their own manhood against him � it came down to him or some other fellow, he was going to make damned sure he was the one walking away from the situation in one piece.

But he wasn't a spring chicken any more, and he knew his fabled luck could run out at any time.

He was a two time legend. There was no money in killing men; he kept body and soul together � and his bank accounts in solid institutions back East bulging � at the poker table. One freakish ability fed off the other. He had an uncanny knack of remembering cards played and being able to calculate odds, coupled with his mother's Irish luck. He won, and won big, and that lead to a lot of jealousy and accusations of cheating that didn't set well with him.

King was rarely welcome in any one town for more than a night or two before the bodies started piling up and the sheriff would come and escort him to the edge of town, with instructions not to return, on pain of death. He'd had to edge further and further west, until he happened on this little hellhole.

But things had turned out differently here. The sheriff was under water here and the bad guys were winning � jumping claims and stealing gold from its rightful owners. He'd offered King a job as a deputy, which he had flatly refused. He didn't want anything to do with the routine of a regular job. He had . . . interests that he thought would keep him wandering all his days.

But then the sheriff � one Ike Dorsey � made him an offer that just seemed to make sense: hire on when needed, at an exorbitant amount of pay, just long enough to round up the bad guys and bring them to justice. Then he'd be free again to follow his own particular pursuits, until the next time the sheriff tapped him. Ike could see that King was interested, and pressed on with suggestions. He could buy a house in town, settle down, marry, raise up some kids . . .

The older man could have no idea that very little of what he said beyond his hired gun status was in the least intriguing to King, but settling down, now that, surprisingly, had a lot of appeal to him, after twenty some odd years of wandering.

He thought about it for a couple of days. King was not the type to jump at anything in a hurry. (Well, some things maybe, but not something like this.) He ruminated on it, even when he was half in the bag but none the less completely self possessed as he drew his gun on a man at three in the morning in the Back Acre Saloon.

Finally, three days later, he took Ike up on it, and had never regretted his decision.

As usual, once he'd committed to something, King went all the way. He'd only been able to indulge his tastes occasionally along the way, with bought women who played the parts he preferred, but he'd felt the lack there.

They weren't his to do with as he pleased. He had to given them back at the end of their time with him to whomever was their keeper, and, even if he'd liked them, they'd come to him as damaged goods. This time, he'd have the chance to find a woman he actually wanted, who would be his down to the very bone.

One he could train and curb and test and . . .

Do with exactly as he damned well pleased.

Just the thought of it made him have to ruthlessly suppress the urge to fidget in his chair, where he sat in the Back Acre again, in the darkest corner he could find, facing the entrance, of course, so that he could see who came in, a bottle of rotgut on the table in front of him, the best cigar he could find in town between his fingers as he plotted and tortured himself with the possibilities.

. . . But he could do none of this until he'd set the stage just right. Ike had suggested a house in town, but that definitely wouldn't suit his tastes. Instead, he bought a large chunk of land well outside of Hell's Pass, allowing for the continued expansion of the town so that his property would still be completely isolated. And then he situated his house in the middle of his property, as further assurance of that ideal. It wouldn't do at all for anyone to hear what was going to transpire within the walls of his happy home.

Then he built the entire place himself. It wasn't a mansion. It didn't need to be a mansion. It would just be his woman and himself, so it was only a three-bedroom house. It was advanced for its time in certain ways, and it had some added elements that he didn't want any nosy builder knowing anything about, like the hooks in the archway between the bedroom and the indoor water closet. Or the fact that second largest bedroom was eventually kitted out as if it was a nursery, although he never intended to have any children.

He built a lot of the furniture himself, too. One of the few positive legacies he inherited from his father was the ability to work with wood. He'd traveled light all his life � the only things he carried were those he could fit in his saddlebags. Now he created an entire master bedroom and living room suite, as well as spending as many evenings as he could creating the tools of the trade he intended to spend his time indulging himself in with the woman he would soon select to share the nearly completed house.

It took him a while to finish his project, what with the sheriff tapping him quite frequently to go after this bandit or the other. Not that he really minded; it filled his coffers quite nicely, and funded all of the things he wanted to do with the house. King leaned against the casement of the kitchen, which looked into the living room, towards the master bedroom which sprawled across the back of the house. It was pretty much done, to his eye. He knew that any woman would find it severely lacking in feminine touches, but then, he was a man, and that was to be expected.

He was going to find her today, or at least begin to find her. He knew exactly where he was going to go to do so. It was kind of strange to think that he was going to go shopping for a woman. He'd had to think long and hard about that, too - about whether or not he was going to marry her. There were arguments for and against that, but in the end, he'd decided that marriage was the best thing, all around. Then there was no question as to the fact that she would be his in every possible legal way.

Theirs wouldn't be a conventional marriage in the least, but then, who was going to step up and tell him � and his six shooter � that he was doing it the wrong way, any way?

The Mercy Orphanage was just outside of town. It was in an old, dilapidated building that looked like it had been thrown together without the benefit of many tools or skill or even nails. King tipped his hat at the mousy woman who answered his tentative knock at the door, tentative only because he feared the door might fall off its hinges.

"Ma'am. I'd be interested in seeing the girls you might have available who are of marriageable age."

King wasn't at all sure whether this would be an unusual request, but it was certainly well received. He was ushered into the dismal, dingy interior of the place, which was absolutely spotless but could not possibly have looked any more depressing, despite its relentless cleanliness and was introduced to Mrs. Agnes Stafford, the woman who ran the orphanage like the prison it was. "I understand you're interested in marrying one of our girls, Mr. Marston?"

"Yes, Ma'am."

"Well, then, I can have them rounded up for you to have a look see. From what age would you be interested in seeing?"

King's eyes narrowed. He was instantly alert to the idea that this was not something new to Mrs. Stafford. "Eighteen or older."

"Our selection of older girls is relatively small."

"You heard me." King was not fond of repeating himself, especially not to oily women like the one that was in front of him. She was overly plump, when the few children he'd seen were practically skeletal, but all of them had the same sallow, unhealthy sheen to their skin, Stafford included. He took an instant dislike to her.

Mrs. Stafford was not fond of being upbraided, but this man looked very well to do, and she intended to gouge him for whomever it was he chose, just because he'd taken such an insulting tone with her.

She rose, a false smile on her face, saying in a cloyingly sweet tone, "I'll go get the girls."

"One more thing," King said, not bothering to turn in his chair as he spoke. "I will require that I see the girl I choose in her most natural state, so as to know that there are no deficits to her body, as well as a personal verification of the virginity of whichever girl I choose. I assume that won't be in issue."

Agnes was a bit taken aback. That was a somewhat unusual request. "I can assure you, Mr. Marston, that I have Doctor Blanchard's word as to the health and virtue of all of my girls."

King remained silent, still facing away from Mrs. Stafford.

Mentally doubling the extravagant amount she already had in mind, Agnes said, "I'm certain that could be arranged," she acquiesced in an ungracious tone that let him know she was unhappy with his request.

Agnes Stafford wasn't so much the headmistress of an orphanage as a rather savvy pimp who sold her girls off to the highest bidder as soon as they became of interest to the area men or businesses of the flesh. And she hadn't been lying about the fact that there were very few girls past the age of sixteen in the place. Most of the men � miners in particular � as well as the brothels and saloons in the area wanted younger girls. Virgins were at a premium, and went very quickly. But she did have a few, maybe five or so.

And there was always Aubrielle, although she doubted heartily that he'd go for her type. She was too frumpy and bland and always dirty.

Agnes called out to her assistant, Lottie. "Go get Ellen and Tansy and Rhonda and Eve. And see if you can find where Aubrielle has gotten herself to." Only one of the girls � Aubrielle � was actually eighteen, but the stranger didn't need to know that. It would be a miracle if he picked that girl; in truth, she should be paying him to take her off his hands.

*******

Bri had seen the stranger arrive from her vantage point in the old ramshackle barn that everyone else seemed to have forgotten about. He looked mean. He was the biggest person she'd ever seen, and he was dressed head to toe in black, to say nothing of those big guns he carried at his hips. He looked more dangerous than a sack full of rattlers, and just setting her eyes on him made her shiver deep down in her belly, her heart pounding in her ears so loudly she thought she might faint.

The feeling didn't go away when he vanished into the building, either. It lingered, and, a few minutes later, when Lottie had come out on the steps and called for several of the older girls and she heard her own name called, it was back again, worse than before.

She did not want to go into that house. She knew what was going to transpire in there. Well, not all of it, but enough of it to know that she didn't want to find out any more. Why were they calling her? They never called for her. They always went after the younger ones. The prettier ones. She reached for the disreputable rag she always wore over her hair.

She knew she could only avoid the summons for just so long, and there would be hell to pay if she actually missed it, but she held out as long as she could.

The first four girls were easily had � obedient and docile - and the two older women corralled them in their dorm room to primp and plump them � although they were all terribly thin � and made them look as presentable as possible, pinching their cheeks and staining their lips, and haranguing them mercilessly about their appearance and demeanor, which was nothing more than they had come to expect. None of them so much as lifted their eyes from the floor the entire time.

"No luck with the hoyden?" Agnes asked offhand.

Aubrielle was notoriously hard to find when she wanted to be. No one really knew where she took herself off to, but she'd be dealt with severely later for her absence.

The other four were marched into the headmistress' office, backs stiff, budding chests out, but heads down and eyes lowered, completely cowed.

King had stood when the women entered, not that they had acknowledged his presence in the least. He stepped up to Ellen and tipped her face up and looked her up and down, taking his time and giving her the thorough once over, then he did the same with Tansy. Just as he got to Rhonda, there was a knock at the door and another girl appeared, excusing herself quietly to walk up to Agnes and curtsey, which the older woman completely ignored.

"Get in line, girl, get in line!" Lottie fairly screamed.

He found himself instantly intrigued. This was more than a girl, this was a woman, which was what he was looking for, despite the fact that that wasn't how he was going to treat her, necessarily. Thin, yes, but well-formed; he could tell that even though she was obviously doing her level best to hide it beneath extremely ill fitting clothes. Her face was dirt streaked, but he could see high cheekbones and delicately arched auburn brows, clear hazel eyes and a high forehead. The more he saw, the more he liked.

He skipped over the remaining girls and came to stand in front of Aubrielle. "What is your name, girl?"

"Aubrielle, Sir." She didn't cower before him, as the others had. And she was looking him in the eye, not gazing at his feet. He liked that. Her voice was soft and sweet, edging on childlike.

He deliberately took another step closer, so that they were almost touching, and he caught her indrawn breath, although she didn't back away. "How old are you, Aubrielle?"

He smelled of leather and horse. It wasn't altogether unpleasant. "I'm eighteen, Sir," it was nearly a whisper, but she still hadn't taken a step back from him, although he knew she was scared. "My birthday was last weekend."

Lottie, who had been standing behind the girls in case one of them balked, raised her hand as if to clout Brielle in the back of the head, saying, "He don't care when your birthday was!"

But one look from King stopped her arm cold, and had Lottie staring at the floor with the rest of the other girls.

When he spoke, it was to issue orders that had everyone jumping to do his bidding. "Aubrielle, stay with me. The rest of you can go. Mrs. Stafford, where might I conduct the examination I spoke to you of?"

Agnes wasn't used to � and certainly didn't like � other people running her show, but everyone seemed to follow his commands even more quickly than hers as the girls and even Lottie obediently filed out of the room. But then, he was wearing at least two guns that she knew of. That was why. It wasn't just him. It was his guns.

"If you'll follow me," she intoned stiffly. She brought them to the girls' dormitory, which was as dingy as the rest of the place, with high ceilings, big open windows, gray peeling paint, and a permanent feeling of desperation. It was empty, as it was mid day, and she sat down - however reluctantly - on one of the dirty little beds.

King's eyes hadn't left Aubrielle since they'd found her, and they didn't now. "Leave."

Agnes did her best to appear appalled, but in her mind merely ratcheted up the price she was going to charge him even more. "You don't think I'm going to leave you alone with �"

"I think you're going to do exactly as I tell you to do. Leave us and close the door behind you, and make sure that no one comes into this room until I come out of it." He paused for a second, then said, "And, Mrs. Stafford, I won't take kindly to it if I find out you - or anyone else � has been looking through the keyhole."

Aubrielle stood in front of this huge man in black, listening to the way he was talking to Agnes Stafford and wanting desperately to cheer him on but torn because it probably the only time in her life that she could remember that she actually wanted Agnes' presence in a room with her. She was terrified of what this man was going to do to her when they were alone, and Agnes represented at least a modicum of safety . . . sort of.

She was amazed when the matronly woman rose stiffly, without a word, crossed the room and closed the door, and she was alone with a man who looked for all the world like an angry undertaker.

stacey on 06/23/2015 08:26pm
This book was pretty bad, in my opinion. All harsh punishment and no love or tenderness. Very disappointed.
stacey on 06/23/2015 08:26pm
This book was pretty bad, in my opinion. All harsh punishment and no love or tenderness. Very disappointed.
Marybeth on 11/28/2013 05:33pm
This is a wonderful story by Carolyn Faulkner. Her stories have harsh punishments and this is no exception. This is a story about Brielle and King. He finds her in an orphanage and, essentially, buys her. He then marries her and turns her into an adult baby. She also has a nanny, Emily, who helps King with Brielle. I really liked this story. There is no consent, but in the time setting of this story, women were bought and owned. A great story to read!
Marybeth on 11/28/2013 05:33pm
This is a wonderful story by Carolyn Faulkner. Her stories have harsh punishments and this is no exception. This is a story about Brielle and King. He finds her in an orphanage and, essentially, buys her. He then marries her and turns her into an adult baby. She also has a nanny, Emily, who helps King with Brielle. I really liked this story. There is no consent, but in the time setting of this story, women were bought and owned. A great story to read!
on 11/28/2013 05:28pm
I love Carolyn Faulkner! She is a wonderful writer. This book is about Brielle and King. He finds her in an orphanage and, basically, buys her. He then turns her into an adult baby with many harsh and varied punishments. She also has an nanny who helps care for and punishes Brielle.
on 11/28/2013 05:28pm
I love Carolyn Faulkner! She is a wonderful writer. This book is about Brielle and King. He finds her in an orphanage and, basically, buys her. He then turns her into an adult baby with many harsh and varied punishments. She also has an nanny who helps care for and punishes Brielle.
Ella on 10/14/2013 04:06pm
With so many wonderful reviews for this book, I really wanted to like it and was very excited to get it, but I didn't enjoy it. We didn't get to know the characters. It was one scene after another of describing actions, but very little show of emotions or thoughts, if any. There was so much promise at the beginning of the book for love and caring to develop, but it died throughout the book, and became very technical. I have to admit, I was rather disappointed with this novel.
Ella on 10/14/2013 04:06pm
With so many wonderful reviews for this book, I really wanted to like it and was very excited to get it, but I didn't enjoy it. We didn't get to know the characters. It was one scene after another of describing actions, but very little show of emotions or thoughts, if any. There was so much promise at the beginning of the book for love and caring to develop, but it died throughout the book, and became very technical. I have to admit, I was rather disappointed with this novel.
anon on 09/22/2013 06:34am
King is a man who controls his life in all its aspects. He decides his fate. Obtaining a bride through the orphanage sets the stage for the non-consensual control he welds and absolute control is what he welds. The fact that Brielle is so intelligent and comes to understand and appreciate the terms of her life make the story palatable. Add the nanny, who knows what's best for both parties, completes the scenario perfectly. Well done.
anon on 09/22/2013 06:34am
King is a man who controls his life in all its aspects. He decides his fate. Obtaining a bride through the orphanage sets the stage for the non-consensual control he welds and absolute control is what he welds. The fact that Brielle is so intelligent and comes to understand and appreciate the terms of her life make the story palatable. Add the nanny, who knows what's best for both parties, completes the scenario perfectly. Well done.
JC on 09/15/2013 06:59pm
I really enjoy all the books I have read by Ms. Faulkner and this one is no different. The characters are well developed although I could have done without the nanny.
JC on 09/15/2013 06:59pm
I really enjoy all the books I have read by Ms. Faulkner and this one is no different. The characters are well developed although I could have done without the nanny.
Kendra Trafton on 08/25/2013 06:17am
Excellent age play story that fit with the time that it is set. It was nice to see the characters from Little Miss again and see how they were fairing. Great charaters that really draw you in and make you want to keep reading.
Kendra Trafton on 08/25/2013 06:17am
Excellent age play story that fit with the time that it is set. It was nice to see the characters from Little Miss again and see how they were fairing. Great charaters that really draw you in and make you want to keep reading.
Sydney on 08/16/2013 02:57am
I love historical age-play, so I really enjoyed reading this story. The character development was well done, and the relationships between King, Brielle, and Emily were dynamic and intriguing. I felt really drawn into the story and liked reading how Brielle learned to submit not only to King, but also to Emily. The amount of details and description in the punishment scenes was good and all the punishments seemed to appropriately severe to the situation.
Sydney on 08/16/2013 02:57am
I love historical age-play, so I really enjoyed reading this story. The character development was well done, and the relationships between King, Brielle, and Emily were dynamic and intriguing. I felt really drawn into the story and liked reading how Brielle learned to submit not only to King, but also to Emily. The amount of details and description in the punishment scenes was good and all the punishments seemed to appropriately severe to the situation.
JJ on 07/14/2013 09:18pm
I enjoy age-play, so this novel was the type of thing I like to read. Carolyn Faulkner is a master with age-play stories, and has an excellent grasp of the dynamic between Daddy, little girl and nanny. I love that King had a bit of a soft side to him, but that it never truly took over. Bri was always held to her Daddy's (and Nanny's) very strict rules. I do however like heroine's with a little more sass then Bri had, but the steamy stuff totally made up for that!
JJ on 07/14/2013 09:18pm
I enjoy age-play, so this novel was the type of thing I like to read. Carolyn Faulkner is a master with age-play stories, and has an excellent grasp of the dynamic between Daddy, little girl and nanny. I love that King had a bit of a soft side to him, but that it never truly took over. Bri was always held to her Daddy's (and Nanny's) very strict rules. I do however like heroine's with a little more sass then Bri had, but the steamy stuff totally made up for that!
Pamela on 06/07/2013 08:32pm
This was a page turner. I loved the story line and the characters .
Pamela on 06/07/2013 08:32pm
This was a page turner. I loved the story line and the characters .
TINA on 05/22/2013 02:13pm
I will read this again & again!
TINA on 05/22/2013 02:13pm
I will read this again & again!
DNF on 05/04/2013 08:04am
The plot of this story is interesting, although I'd have liked that the nanny's character was too much development at the expense of the development of feelings between the couple.
DNF on 05/04/2013 08:04am
The plot of this story is interesting, although I'd have liked that the nanny's character was too much development at the expense of the development of feelings between the couple.
Julie on 04/27/2013 11:58am
A great sister to The Little Miss. Historical age plays always top my list of favorite reads and this one is no exception.
Julie on 04/27/2013 11:58am
A great sister to The Little Miss. Historical age plays always top my list of favorite reads and this one is no exception.
Julie on 04/27/2013 11:57am
A great sister to The Little Miss. Historical age plays always top my list of favorite reads and this one is no exception.
Julie on 04/27/2013 11:57am
A great sister to The Little Miss. Historical age plays always top my list of favorite reads and this one is no exception.
Tina on 02/21/2013 12:30pm
This is story about a man going to an orphanage and choosing a bride. I liked this story, but I think it would have been better without the governess being there in the story.
Tina on 02/21/2013 12:30pm
This is story about a man going to an orphanage and choosing a bride. I liked this story, but I think it would have been better without the governess being there in the story.
Margaret on 02/06/2013 03:40pm
Excellent story, well told. The author wove a spell over the reader that had you thinking about the poor bride until the last page!!!!. Would highly recommend this book.
Margaret on 02/06/2013 03:40pm
Excellent story, well told. The author wove a spell over the reader that had you thinking about the poor bride until the last page!!!!. Would highly recommend this book.
Elisa on 02/02/2013 10:35pm
I really enjoyed this one. The descriptions are vivid, if severe, and the scenes are varied and not repeated. There was a particularly interesting part where Aubrielle visits Nanny's former workplace and that was quite well done. A very fun read with some hot discipline scenes.
Elisa on 02/02/2013 10:35pm
I really enjoyed this one. The descriptions are vivid, if severe, and the scenes are varied and not repeated. There was a particularly interesting part where Aubrielle visits Nanny's former workplace and that was quite well done. A very fun read with some hot discipline scenes.
Dawn on 12/14/2012 06:35am
Carolyn Faulkner sets this story of age play in the old West. Aubrielle has been raised in an orphanage and was allowed to run wild. King has been a gun slinger and helped out the law from time to time. King has some very interesting ideas about what he wants in a wife. He wants her to spend her time in a nursery! If you enjoy age play in a historical setting you'll enjoy this one!
Dawn on 12/14/2012 06:35am
Carolyn Faulkner sets this story of age play in the old West. Aubrielle has been raised in an orphanage and was allowed to run wild. King has been a gun slinger and helped out the law from time to time. King has some very interesting ideas about what he wants in a wife. He wants her to spend her time in a nursery! If you enjoy age play in a historical setting you'll enjoy this one!
Evelyn on 10/30/2012 03:25pm
This is a very good age play story set in the victorian era and probably isn't for everyone as there is some harsh punishments and definite non con-concent scenes. King is a great Daddy and knows just how to deal with his little girl and so does her Nanny. Very good story.
Evelyn on 10/30/2012 03:25pm
This is a very good age play story set in the victorian era and probably isn't for everyone as there is some harsh punishments and definite non con-concent scenes. King is a great Daddy and knows just how to deal with his little girl and so does her Nanny. Very good story.
Caroline on 09/09/2012 01:53pm
I have to admit I am not a great lover of age play stories and this did nothing to change my mind.
Caroline on 09/09/2012 01:53pm
I have to admit I am not a great lover of age play stories and this did nothing to change my mind.
Alicia on 09/08/2012 05:28pm
This is an awsome ageplay victorian novel that actually is a followup to CF's Little Miss Story. The young lady in this story is essentially bought from an orphanage by a rancher who wants a little girl wife. He hires a governess to help take care of her when he is away and both treat her just like a little girl. There are definitly some harsh punishments in this story as well as diapering. This doesn't have your typical HEA ending but is a very good read.
Alicia on 09/08/2012 05:28pm
This is an awsome ageplay victorian novel that actually is a followup to CF's Little Miss Story. The young lady in this story is essentially bought from an orphanage by a rancher who wants a little girl wife. He hires a governess to help take care of her when he is away and both treat her just like a little girl. There are definitly some harsh punishments in this story as well as diapering. This doesn't have your typical HEA ending but is a very good read.
Starshine on 08/25/2012 05:08pm
A much better read than the Little Miss series, with fewer errors. I liked the story until the Nanny arrived; she pretty much destroyed any suggestions of love that might have developed between Aubrielle and King. The trip to Chicago could have been completely left out as all it did was take up space and fill pages. I'm an avid reader and will read most any type of story. However, it's important to me that at least one of the characters, at some time or another, is able to show some genuine love, honor and respect. I think this story could have gone that way and still have been equally enticing; unfortunately it didn't. The ending didn't do anything for me. It seemed as though the author ran off to do something and never came back to finish the book.
Starshine on 08/25/2012 05:08pm
A much better read than the Little Miss series, with fewer errors. I liked the story until the Nanny arrived; she pretty much destroyed any suggestions of love that might have developed between Aubrielle and King. The trip to Chicago could have been completely left out as all it did was take up space and fill pages. I'm an avid reader and will read most any type of story. However, it's important to me that at least one of the characters, at some time or another, is able to show some genuine love, honor and respect. I think this story could have gone that way and still have been equally enticing; unfortunately it didn't. The ending didn't do anything for me. It seemed as though the author ran off to do something and never came back to finish the book.
Penny on 07/29/2012 11:27am
This just wasn't what I've come to expect from this author. It wasn't that it was poorly written; it's that there was no passion or caring at all, not even in the untones between the characters. Severe and non-consensual describes it accurately, but usually CF brings that around for her readers in to a lovely ending. And I just didn't have that here.
Penny on 07/29/2012 11:27am
This just wasn't what I've come to expect from this author. It wasn't that it was poorly written; it's that there was no passion or caring at all, not even in the untones between the characters. Severe and non-consensual describes it accurately, but usually CF brings that around for her readers in to a lovely ending. And I just didn't have that here.
BookAddict (Lacrimsonfemme) on 07/26/2012 10:28am
Age play is one of those kinky taboo stories that many people won't read or write about. I happen to be a lover of age-play and love getting my grubby hands on a good age-play story. I can always trust Ms. Faulkner to give a me a tasty age-play story. This new one is a second in the little miss series. This is hot. When I was reading this story, I was totally aroused. This is a form of TPE which turns me on to read. Now would I like it 24/7? Probably not. But reading about a woman forced into a little girl or even diapered baby 24/7 is hot for me. It's humiliating and so controlling. I liked all the main characters in the book. King was pretty crafty and I liked that about him. I liked how he built his own cabin and his ABDL toys and furniture for Aubrielle. He's actually quite the nice daddy. He's not unreasonable (except for that nasty gruel for breakfast). He does a great job of training Aubrielle. He even helps her become better educated which I appreciated. He cares. I wish he would have violated her asshole more though. I love the anal play. Aubrielle is really a wild child. She has no discipline and she really can't survive on her own. Her stint at the orphanage did no good. She has no skills and really, being loved and cared for by King is a great step up. I kind of envy her a bit. It's nice to be carried for and not worry about anything for a while. And well, Aubrielle is a red head. I have that weakness for these red heads. I'd love to have Aubrielle as my little baby to dominate. I loved the Nanny! Emily is great. I wish Emily would have done more sexually with Aubrielle. I wish she'd have forced Aubrielle to lick her. That would have been some fun F/f I
BookAddict (Lacrimsonfemme) on 07/26/2012 10:28am
Age play is one of those kinky taboo stories that many people won't read or write about. I happen to be a lover of age-play and love getting my grubby hands on a good age-play story. I can always trust Ms. Faulkner to give a me a tasty age-play story. This new one is a second in the little miss series. This is hot. When I was reading this story, I was totally aroused. This is a form of TPE which turns me on to read. Now would I like it 24/7? Probably not. But reading about a woman forced into a little girl or even diapered baby 24/7 is hot for me. It's humiliating and so controlling. I liked all the main characters in the book. King was pretty crafty and I liked that about him. I liked how he built his own cabin and his ABDL toys and furniture for Aubrielle. He's actually quite the nice daddy. He's not unreasonable (except for that nasty gruel for breakfast). He does a great job of training Aubrielle. He even helps her become better educated which I appreciated. He cares. I wish he would have violated her asshole more though. I love the anal play. Aubrielle is really a wild child. She has no discipline and she really can't survive on her own. Her stint at the orphanage did no good. She has no skills and really, being loved and cared for by King is a great step up. I kind of envy her a bit. It's nice to be carried for and not worry about anything for a while. And well, Aubrielle is a red head. I have that weakness for these red heads. I'd love to have Aubrielle as my little baby to dominate. I loved the Nanny! Emily is great. I wish Emily would have done more sexually with Aubrielle. I wish she'd have forced Aubrielle to lick her. That would have been some fun F/f I
onyx lilly on 07/22/2012 06:35pm
It was good but too short. And I didn't care for the nanny too much. I liked it better when it was just King and Brielle. It would be nice to have an epilogue to see how they were doing years later.
onyx lilly on 07/22/2012 06:35pm
It was good but too short. And I didn't care for the nanny too much. I liked it better when it was just King and Brielle. It would be nice to have an epilogue to see how they were doing years later.
Sarah on 07/22/2012 05:11pm
Wasn't sure about this book at first, but I have really liked Carolyn Faulkner's other stories. It was very intense and the punishments were a little more than I expected but overall I really enjoyed it.
Sarah on 07/22/2012 05:11pm
Wasn't sure about this book at first, but I have really liked Carolyn Faulkner's other stories. It was very intense and the punishments were a little more than I expected but overall I really enjoyed it.
S on 07/19/2012 11:07am
King Marston really came to life for me--very dominant and controlling; however, with a bit of a soft edge--a bit! Loved the story--have read it several times. Brielle however was too compliant. Would liked to have seen more rebellion from her. Highly recommend.
S on 07/19/2012 11:07am
King Marston really came to life for me--very dominant and controlling; however, with a bit of a soft edge--a bit! Loved the story--have read it several times. Brielle however was too compliant. Would liked to have seen more rebellion from her. Highly recommend.
Marquita on 07/15/2012 09:15pm
Interesting story.
Marquita on 07/15/2012 09:15pm
Interesting story.
TERESA on 06/26/2012 03:09am
If you like domination and secretly harbor the desire to be submisssive this is for you. Faulkner has it right again.
TERESA on 06/26/2012 03:09am
If you like domination and secretly harbor the desire to be submisssive this is for you. Faulkner has it right again.
BA on 06/24/2012 05:43am
This book is the same idea as little miss. I felt like with a heroine like Brielle shoul have a bit more control. She had basically grown up by herself and was very independent. Maybe she was the wrong type of character for this type of book. I kept wishing that this was a consensual thing from the start.
BA on 06/24/2012 05:43am
This book is the same idea as little miss. I felt like with a heroine like Brielle shoul have a bit more control. She had basically grown up by herself and was very independent. Maybe she was the wrong type of character for this type of book. I kept wishing that this was a consensual thing from the start.
ET on 06/07/2012 08:00am
I enjoy Carolyn Falkner's writing, and this story was no exception. The psycological torment that Brielle goes through was compelling. I loved the end of the book, when Brielle seems to finally embrace and enjoy her lifestyle.
ET on 06/07/2012 08:00am
I enjoy Carolyn Falkner's writing, and this story was no exception. The psycological torment that Brielle goes through was compelling. I loved the end of the book, when Brielle seems to finally embrace and enjoy her lifestyle.
Magbeam on 05/12/2012 08:21pm
Most age-play stories are set either in the modern day, or in Victorian England. This one got bonus points for me for being set somewhere completely different – the Wild West. Of course, that largely doesn’t affect the ageplay elements of the story, but I still appreciated it. I liked the transition of Brielle beginning in an orphanage, only to be snatched up by King and turned into his little wife right when she was on the verge of becoming an independent adult. That kind of palpable regret and frustration I found highly erotic, as did the fact that Brielle was a highly intelligent and independent woman, and struggled against her age-reduction doubly due to that. I liked the internal struggles she felt as her physicality and sensuality were used against her intellectual dislike of her situation. Very hot! As was the scene where her nanny taught her to masturbate. Only one of many standout scenes from the book!
Magbeam on 05/12/2012 08:21pm
Most age-play stories are set either in the modern day, or in Victorian England. This one got bonus points for me for being set somewhere completely different the Wild West. Of course, that largely doesn۪t affect the ageplay elements of the story, but I still appreciated it. I liked the transition of Brielle beginning in an orphanage, only to be snatched up by King and turned into his little wife right when she was on the verge of becoming an independent adult. That kind of palpable regret and frustration I found highly erotic, as did the fact that Brielle was a highly intelligent and independent woman, and struggled against her age-reduction doubly due to that. I liked the internal struggles she felt as her physicality and sensuality were used against her intellectual dislike of her situation. Very hot! As was the scene where her nanny taught her to masturbate. Only one of many standout scenes from the book!
K.D. on 05/09/2012 10:53pm
Submissive Bride by Carolyn Faulkner This book is along the same theme as Little Miss but it is completely different setting. Great punishment spankings and anal discipline. Little girls in high chairs and diapers. Not as long as I would have like but long enough for the price.
K.D. on 05/09/2012 10:53pm
Submissive Bride by Carolyn Faulkner This book is along the same theme as Little Miss but it is completely different setting. Great punishment spankings and anal discipline. Little girls in high chairs and diapers. Not as long as I would have like but long enough for the price.
muse44 on 05/02/2012 06:10pm
I like this book over Carolyn Faulkner's Little Miss. I feel this one was developed better and the steamy content is still there. This is a non-consensual story and it involves harsh discipline scenes like enemas and includes other age-play elements.
muse44 on 05/02/2012 06:10pm
I like this book over Carolyn Faulkner's Little Miss. I feel this one was developed better and the steamy content is still there. This is a non-consensual story and it involves harsh discipline scenes like enemas and includes other age-play elements.

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