- By Carolyn Faulkner

The Submissive Bride

  • Title: The Submissive Bride
  • Author: Carolyn Faulkner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Submissive Bride 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

    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 coulKing 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 he thought about it, the 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 exactly as he pleases with 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.

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    1. 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 [...]

    2. This book was a delightful surprise to me. Seems like nowadays bdsm books have some kind of requirement list to meet: Sexy people, sexy clubs, sexy everything. While it was "new" it was great! But every corner now there's a BDSM book just like the last one I read before.The Submissive Bride was none of that. I loved! Age play isn't my thing, but I'm dirty enough that I like to read about it. *grin*Carolyn Faulkner did a prime job of creating a world that didn't sound fake to me and it was nothin [...]

    3. This was a short quick story about age play that I didn't like it so much. Aubrielle Cecille Hardy was eighteen and had done her best to avoid being noticed. King Marston knows that he needs to settle down and he wants a woman that he can do whatever he wants to. Although this book was well written with no errors in grammar or spelling I felt that it was too short and the book wasn't what I expected.

    4. A theme so out of my comfort zone I am still thinking about it aweek later. Dressing up a woman in diapers and swaddling her for daily nap time is not something I though I would get off on and yet I couldn't put the book down. I wanted her to get her spanking when she misbehaved. I wanted to hear how her nanny would dress her in her little girl clothes. Disturbing to me on so many levels.

    5. Terrible!I did not like this age play story because it was downright sadistic, cruel and mean! There was no love for the "little" The master was just mean spirited and cruel and would have caused the girl to totally give up her life had it been. Sick cruelty ! Having read some of this author's other books , I would say she should have thrown this one out instead of publishing .

    6. Hmmm, not my thing at all. I wouldn't call this romance or erotica. Romance ? There was pretty much no relationship between King and Bri, he just did what he did. We didn't get Bri's side of the story much at all. Erotica ? Hmmmm I don't think so, didn't do it for me at all, but I guess if you are into this, then maybe it does. There wasn't really that much sex, it was very focused on the severe spankings (and they were not erotic), diapering, enemas, high chair feedings, and the whole "adult li [...]

    7. Although when I originally read it I was not a huge fan of the book that preceded this one (The Little Miss Books 1-4) this was a real winner. In fact I think I need to go back (now that I've gone so much further in my kinkiness!) and re read the original start. I think this one was such a hit because I liked Brie the main female character. However I liked Sir as well as his hired governess too! Lots of hot CP and ageplay elements here including enemas, bottles, diapers, etc. There is some sex i [...]

    8. I almost didn't shelf this - I hated it that much -.- Age play is VERY difficult to write and so far the only book I've read that has done this successfully (at least for my tastes) was "being their baby" . This one had too many genres mixed for it to really work , plus I didn't feel the heroine EVER enjoyed the attentions of the hero ( I use this term loosely) or the nanny. Carolyn Faulkner is my favorite author to read when Im in the mood for domestic discipline in romance but here it just di [...]

    9. This is an awsome age play 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.

    10. As the blurb tells you, the book is about 'age-play.' I usually think of my comfort zone as pretty generous, but this book falls well outside of it--which makes it completely my fault for picking it up. Like the other Faulkner books I've read, this is a totally non-con, never-con story, and quite inventive in what it subjects the heroine to. I didn't find it as disturbing as some of her other books--more gleefully over-the-top.

    11. Victorian Age Play Erotica. This book was better than Faulkner's Little Miss book. The characters were well developed and the regression of Aubrielle by King and Emily was delicious to read. Again this is fantasy(I kept reminding myself of this fact every time I found myself going ewwww, or this is disgusting, brutal or much to harsh or asking myself why I am reading this) so I thoroughly enjoyed every page. I also felt towards the end that King loved Aubrielle and she, him.

    12. This book is the same idea as ""little miss"". I felt like with a heroine like Brielle should 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.

    13. This is definitely not my thing, however I started it out of curiosity and had to finish for the same reason. I think the setting of the Victorian era actually played out well and made it quite believable And interesting taboo topic to write and publish

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