The Princess and Peony: an Adult Short Fairy Tale

The Princess and Peony: an Adult Short Fairy Tale

by Mercy Loomis
     
 
A princess and her maid conspire to create the bruised and sleepless effects of a pea in the bedding with the help of the maid’s flogger. Contains sexual situations.

Originally published in Like a Thorn: An Anthology of BDSM Fairy Tales, ed. Cecilia Tan and Sarah Desautels.Cambridge, MA: Circlet Press, 2009. Also available in A Taste of Mercy (Rookery

Overview

A princess and her maid conspire to create the bruised and sleepless effects of a pea in the bedding with the help of the maid’s flogger. Contains sexual situations.

Originally published in Like a Thorn: An Anthology of BDSM Fairy Tales, ed. Cecilia Tan and Sarah Desautels.Cambridge, MA: Circlet Press, 2009. Also available in A Taste of Mercy (Rookery Creek Media, 2013.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013321304
Publisher:
Rookery Creek Media
Publication date:
10/23/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
762 KB

Meet the Author

Mercy Loomis grew up in a haunted house, and has had quite enough of ghosts for one lifetime, thank you. Though she now lives in a 150-year-old house, it is remarkably ghost-free. (That, or they’re staying on the down-low. She doesn’t care which.)
Mercy finished writing her first vampire novel when she was in middle school, and hasn’t stopped writing about them since. She loves stories about the paranormal because monsters are scary, but less scary than real people. Or at least less depressing.
Mercy graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison one class short of an accidental certificate in Folklore. She credits her love of mythology to her mom reading Greek myths as bedtime stories, and her love of fantastical adventure stories to watching cheesy movies with her dad. Her love of history (and coffee!) is completely her husband’s fault, but she doesn’t know who’s to blame for the fascination with physics.
She guesses that hanging out with Dad while he butchered deer also had an effect on her character, but exactly what effect, she leaves up to the reader.
See what Mercy’s up to and find links to her other work at www.mercyloomis.com.

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