Lady Westbrook's Discovery

Lady Westbrook's Discovery

by Blushing Books, Etta Stark

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Lady Westbrook's Discovery by Blushing Books, Etta Stark

Lady Margaret Westbrook had been a widow for ten years and had no intention to marry again until she met the young and charming scientist, Felix Oliver.

Accepting his proposal will mean relinquishing her title, lowering her social standing and risking both the gossip of polite society and the disapproval of her grown-up sons. Not only that but Felix Oliver has told her that he is a firm believer in corporal punishment for women and that consenting to be his wife will mean frequent trips across his lap for a sound spanking.

This is a sweet romance set in 1870s England. It contains spankings, explicit sex and anal play. Please do not buy if such things offend you.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149271214
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 06/03/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 529,553
File size: 590 KB

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Lady Westbrook's Discovery 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very good Victorian spanking story. The story is about an older widow who finds love with a younger man who introduces her to the wonders of spanking and sex . The story was well written and well told. Will definitely be a wonderful addition to your library. Looking forward to more from this author. Will recommend to others. Chelle
AnneC1 More than 1 year ago
Falling in love and getting engaged happened rather quick,. The story had a different twist in that the dominant male was much younger than the submissive female. However Stark pulled it off. It was an entertaining, well written story.
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
OLDER WOMEN, YOUNGER MAN, HOT SEX AND SPANKINGS Lady Margaret Westbrook is a 41 year old widow, she invites a scientist, Felix Oliver to be a guest speaker for the Waverley Ladies Society meeting.  She is enthralled with his work in electricity.  He ends up staying at the Westbrook home when there is no room at an inn.  During dinner, he shocks her by telling her his belief in women needing to be spanked.  He goes back home but neither Felix or Margaret can get the other one out of their thoughts.  The meet again and he proposes to her, even though he is 15 years her junior.  She doesn't consent to marriage until after she experiences a spanking. After their marriage, Margaret learns the pleasures of sex, something she never had in her first marriage. This story is an older woman, a younger man and includes spanking, explicit sex, including both oral and anal sex.
ScarlettPhoenix More than 1 year ago
Sparks Fly! Lady Westbrooke’s Discovery was a delight in that it was an unconventional story where the main characters are very far apart in age-and this time, it's the woman who is older! Set in London around 1870, Margaret has 2 sons, one of whom is quite close to the age of her suitor. This does not deter Felix Oliver at all. He is confident in his won skin and determined to win Lady Westbrook over. He is smitten and admires her wit and wisdom. She is enchanted and excited that he is working with electricity. Margaret comes from a listless marriage and Felix makes no bones about his will to change that straight away. For such a strong character, I found it a little quick for her to accept spankings so readily but that was a minor point for me. She is introduced to many forms of passion while coming to grips with their age difference.  I enjoyed the book and am looking forward to reading more from Ms. Stark. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I simply fell in love with this book! I loved the characters; two strong, quirky and fun people to be sure! Our heroine was older than our hero in this story, which just added to the quirkiness! The two meet and feel an instant attraction. They come together despite some trouble, and of course the trouble is seen to the old-fashioned way!! This was just so well done and not your ordinary story! Love, love, love!
madpuss More than 1 year ago
Good read. Entertaining and believable throughout. It is great to read about an older more mature woman for a change who is intelligent and not constantly behaving in a silly or dangerous manner. Felix is impressed with her knowledge and interest in science which is what first brought them together but sparks soon fly and they can't keep their hands off each other.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
K. Tyler: This was a delightful historical DD story about Lady Westbrook a widowed socialite with two adult sons. She falls for a scientific lecturer Mr. Oliver and the adventure of an older woman who must be convinced that a younger man is romantically interested in her was a slight battle considering her eldest son strongly disapproves. Ultimately love conquered all with the help of strongly applied loving discipline. This was different than the norm but well written and a surprising delight.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice story set in era of scientific discovery.  Margaret is a widow who loves educating herself in far more interesting matters than needlepoint or gardening.  She invites Felix Oliver, a scientist to speak to the Women’s group she is a member of.  The man is not the old, doddering scientist of her expectations – he is a young, handsome, very charming scientist interested in working on the electric lightbulb.  They feel sparks immediately and though she is shocked, he continues to persuade her of his interest in courting her – the ‘older’ woman.  Despite society’s views as well as her eldest son’s protests, she agrees to marry.  They are extremely happy together, he encouraged her to learn whatever she wanted and supports her in her choices.  They make a wonderful couple who truly love each other.  Felix teaches her that sex is far, far more exciting than simply laying under her previous husband as she produced his ‘heir and a spare’.  She also learns that spankings can be both pleasurable and painful.  It is an easy read, a fun book to read and enjoy if you like romantic DD stories, you’ll love this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this historical tale about Margaret Westbrook and Felix Oliver. The wit and humor were a delight to read and had me laughing out loud several times. The age difference had me concerned at first, as I don't tend to enjoy "cougar" type stories, but Etta Stark handled this so well. The reactions of Margaret's sons were quite entertaining and believable. I did feel that one spanking was overly harsh, as Felix was partly to blame for the strain between them, but loved the dynamics of their relationship. The historical context was very well done and the references to Thomas Edison made it all the more interesting to read!
MarybethR More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! We don’t get a lot with the main character in her 40’s. That is a welcome change! This book is set in England in 1870. Margaret, Lady Westbrook, is a widow. She has two grown sons, who do not live with her. Felix Oliver is an experimental physicist that is working with electricity. Margaret invited Felix to speak at the Waverley Ladies Society meeting. After the speech is done, Felix needs to find a room at the inn, but Margaret insists that he stay with her. They sit in the drawing room discussing the fact that Felix believes that women should be educated and afforded the same opportunities as their brothers. When Margaret questions whether women should be beaten at school, he says, “Women respond to physical discipline so much better than men. Boys should only be beaten until they reach adulthood, but women can benefit from physical chastisement their whole lives.” “How can you suggest such a thing?” Margaret was shocked. “I thought you were an advocate of equal rights for women?” “Being equal doesn’t mean being the same,” replied Mr Oliver smiling. “And the two sexes are certainly not the same. I think most women would benefit from the occasional spanking. I haven’t conducted a full scientific study into the matter, though. Perhaps I should devote some time to practical research.” Margaret goes on to ask if he would spank his wife and he says yes. A month later he has her invited to a dinner at the Royal Institute. Of course, Felix is there and he finally lets her know that he is interested in courting her. She believes that he is joking as he is 26 and only 5 years older than her son. But, they do court and he asks her to marry him and she says yes. The rest of the story is about the first few months of their marriage. This was a wonderful story! I loved the characters, I loved that Felix believed that women were just as intelligent as women and that he supported his wife in her interests. It was very well written and there are plenty of spankings as well. All in all, one of the best books I have read lately!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lady Westbrooke’s Discovery written by Etta Stark takes us back to an age of chivalry. The book is set around the London Area in 1870. Make no mistake this is a strong woman who for all outward appearances has an arrogance and one would never suspect her need to be tamed. In fact it is not apparent she has spanking and later buggery in mind for her behind when her future spouse gives a lecture to the ladies group on electricity. Speaking of electricity there is plenty of that in this book between the couple as a courting complete with spankings along the way. Perhaps the one thing I would have liked to see was more of a struggle to her new domestic discipline. That would have been more in character with the feisty independent lady we are introduce to in the beginning chapter. It just seems lie she lays down and accepts her physical punishment too quickly. The ‘buggery experiment’ aforementioned serves as the sizzling climax of the book as Lady Westbrook is introduced to anal sex after receiving a red hot burning spanked bottom. The description of the spankings, lovemaking and the buggery are first rate yet tastefully done. Ladies get ready for an unbelievable thrill ride of discipline and passion that will leave you breathless. I highly recommend this book for fans of firm, stern spankings from errant behavior as well as those who are interested in a passionate buggery.
PatriciaGreenAuthor More than 1 year ago
Lady Margaret Westbrook, a longtime widow, has a predictable life, one that she's content with though her mind isn't always as engaged as she might like. She's interested in science, but as a woman in the nineteenth century, she's not been given the tools to understand it all or the means with which to pursue her interests. Then she meets Felix Oliver. Felix is a kind of physicist, studying electricity in particular. He comes to give a talk to Margaret Westbrook's ladies society. Chemistry (rather than physics) happens and the two are drawn together. Did I mention that Margaret is 41 and Felix is 26? No? Well, the age difference makes a difference to Margaret at first. It is a hard thing to overcome. Felix and Margaret manage to put aside their age issue and get married. Then they start having sex. And more sex. And more sex on top of that. In fact, they have so much sex that it's a wonder their knees aren't scraped. Felix also spanks. Sometimes he spanks for spurious reasons, but Margaret doesn't actually seem to mind. Their banter, however, is wonderful. Etta Stark has put a lot of humor into their repartee. This is a fun book with, as I might have said a time or two, lots of sex and lots of spankings and a bright sense of humor. If you're looking for a quick and satisfying read, you'll enjoy Lady Westbrook's Discovery.