Lais Lovecock goes to boarding school. Not only does that mean the usual girl-on-girl fun and spanking but there’s a boys’ school down the lane …
What happens when her parents die and she inherits the money? “Partying” doesn’t quite cover what goes on then!
The names are a bit distracting (Lovecock, Longstaff) but here’s a good, upper-class R-rated romp.
A second unrelated story was published after Lovecock as a package called the "Bagnio Miscellany," or in plain English, the “Brothel Miscellany.” This story, sort of "R-plus" rated, if not quite X, begins with a question about instinct and then abandons the inquiry to tell the story. Did they need a “serious purpose” to cover for the pornography as we sometimes saw in 1970s works?
Here a calf helps the heroine grow hair and the author catalogs a large number of erotic works (don’t know why—maybe he was hawking them for his publisher!)
This short book (44 pages in manuscript) also has 25 editor's notes and 6 modern illustrations help the reader enjoy.
A sample chapter from "Loves of a Musical Student" (1897) is included.
Enjoy "Adventures of Miss Lais Lovecock" as you plan your own escapades ….