How did a wealthy New York debutante end up in a nursery, in a castle, being treated like a child? Amanda Vanderpoint is a very wealthy girl, but unwelcome in New York high society. To improve her family’s social standing, she is taken to Victorian England to marry into British nobility.
While her wedding to the Duke of Chaucer was wonderful and the envy of young girls everywhere, married life is not at all what Amanda expected. Her husband is intent on regressing her to the status of a British schoolgirl until she learns to be a proper duchess.
Under her nanny’s tutelage, Amanda is subjected to the inevitable punishments and lessons, all designed to teach her humility and rid her of her American ways. There she stays, learning how to fit into British society and how to please her commanding new husband. Can she endure the humiliating treatment until she is ready to take her place at her husband’s side as the Duchess of Chaucer?
Publisher’s Note: This book contains elements of age-play, the discipline of an adult woman, and explicit scenes. If any of this offends you, please do not purchase.