The Four Victorians

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In the latter years of Queen Victoria’s reign, four Victorians lived together in an elegant home at 1944 Park Lane in London. Sir Robert Cavendish, a wealthy and handsome barrister living in London, finds himself the guardian of Victoria Eliot, the 18 year old daughter of his best friend. Robert determines that Victoria needs a companion/governess to comply with propriety. She also needs a tutor to help complete her education in art, literature, and languages.
Miss Alice York, the governess, and Mr. Thomas Brandon, the tutor, join Robert’s household to everyone’s eventual delight. In various combinations, they explore the joys of living in a ménage with congenial companions.

“The Four Victorians” is a full length novella of approximately 27,000 words. Although the series will continue with Book Two, this first book is a self-contained complete story which can be read on its own. It is not a cliffhanger. This book contains explicit sex scenes involving themes of discipline and spanking. There is also graphic language unsuitable for readers under 18 years of age.




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