Visits to the Headmistress

Stormy Night Publications

This book includes several short stories concerning the punishments received by misbehaving English sixth-form schoolgirls during visits to their headmistress. Additional stories provide the perspective of a firm but fair headmistress as she administers the discipline necessary to keep up the high standards of her school. 

Letting the School Down

A modern-minded headmistress tries to stay neutral while dealing with a feud between the games mistress and the captain of the school hockey team, but in the end the girl’s unladylike language makes a caning inevitable. 

Midsummer Madness

After winning the house cup for netball the girls of Cavell House behave wildly in the common room, to the point that their house mistress finds herself obliged to cane the principle culprit. 

The Gentle Woman

A head mistress who does not believe in corporal punishment for girls is forced to make an exception after mischief by some of her students on a school trip risks damage to the school’s reputation. 


When several of her students are accused of arson after an ill-advised excursion with boys from a nearby school, a headmistress is forced to decide whether to leave the issue to the police or take the matter of a proper punishment for the girls into her own hands. 

Thirty Years After

On her final day at her school, a retiring headmistress recalls having to cane two girls for bullying on her very first day at the school many years ago. 

The Well of Loneliness

With the help of a shy sixth-form girl, a headmistress uncovers the bullying of a lesbian student and then deals sternly with the culprits. 

The Martyr

A teacher-in-training is falsely accused of theft and receives a hard spanking, after which she must explain to her headmaster why she has ceased attending church. 

Twice Six

The passing of her old headmistress prompts a distinguished professor to remember vividly a punishment she received long ago during her school days. 

Publisher’s Note: While the stories contained in Visits to the Headmistress share a school setting, it is made clear in all of them that the characters are over the age of eighteen. In addition to realistic depictions of corporal punishment as it was used in English schools in past years, some of the stories also include sexual scenes.
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Sep 14, 2015
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After her father’s untimely passing, the decidedly spoilt eighteen year old Eliza Smith learns that he was deeply in debt and the family farm in Pennsylvania must be sold. Eliza finds herself without an income or the skills to earn one—though she is a truly gifted pianist—and she is forced to find work as a hotel maid in Philadelphia. 

Not long after arriving at the hotel, Eliza meets a man calling himself Lord William Gibbon of Norton Fitzwarren, who assures her he is an English gentleman. Inexperience and a certain lack of common sense cost Eliza her job at the hotel and she accepts William’s kind but ambiguous offer to return with him to England. Once she has crossed the Atlantic, however, William's claims to nobility prove to be greatly exaggerated, and then he is reclaimed by an old lover. Eliza finds herself alone in England with employment prospects even worse than they were in Philadelphia, and this unfortunate state of affairs eventually results in her scrubbing floors at a London hospital with a sore bottom. 

But then she meets William’s brother Henry, the headmaster of a prestigious school. Romance ensues, and almost before she knows it Eliza and Henry are wed, but soon enough the couple must confront the dire truth that much of the time they struggle to stand one another. The music that matters so much to Eliza seems dark and gothic to Henry, and Eliza is rather less than entirely at home in an English boarding school. It seems, in fact, that there is only one thing they truly share: a fascination with corporal punishment. And that does not seem entirely proper for a headmaster in Victorian England… Will Henry take his young bride over his knee for a bare bottom spanking, and if he does, will it rekindle their passion or will it all end in disgrace and scandal? 

Publisher’s Note: The Education of Eliza Smith is a novel with a uniquely British style and sense of humour (and perhaps just a touch of the Bernard Shaw plays that are contemporary with the novel's setting) and a story which contains elements of both erotic romance and romantic comedy. It includes depictions of spankings and sexual scenes, so if such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

Troubles abound for King Uther of Lyonesse, but one dilemma vexes the aging monarch more than the rest, more even than the threat posed by the barbarian armies who threaten his kingdom. Uther’s daughter and heir, the Princess Rosamund, remains without a husband to guide her hand and lead her armies when she is queen, a situation due in no small part to Rosamund’s haughty attitude and penchant for tantrums.

But when Rosamund spurns the advances of the most powerful of her father’s nobles, she soon finds her world turned upside down. The rejected duke turns to treachery to gain the crown, and it is only through the courage and wit of a humble archer by the name of Will Scott that Rosamund escapes the trap which claims her father’s life. Almost before the naïve young princess knows what is happening, she finds herself in a desperate struggle to save both her kingdom and her life from the duke and his barbarian allies.

Rosamund soon discovers that Will is more than ready to protect his queen—including from her own foolishness—even if that means baring her bottom and spanking her soundly. Despite her fury at such treatment, the princess is drawn to the firm-handed archer as she has never been drawn to any other man. But if the duke is defeated and Rosamund takes her rightful place on the throne, will there be a place for an archer at the side of a queen?

Publisher’s Note: The Queen and the Archer contains elements of both adventure and erotic romance, and it includes depictions of spankings and sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

This book contains eight short stories in which misbehaving English Sixth Form schoolgirls find themselves on the receiving end of the dreaded cane or slipper. 

Kay’s Birthday

On her eighteenth birthday the normally very naughty Kay finds herself in the headmistress' study for something which was a genuine accident. 

The Witness

Ursula is a mistress at a boarding school which has recently admitted girls to its Sixth Form. She is very much against corporal punishment, at least until one of her favourite girls is about to be expelled for a particularly serious breach of school rules… 

An Unlikely Alliance

When Valerie tries out for the netball team at her new school, a fight with one of the other players ensues and Valerie and her adversary find themselves before the headmistress. 

Not Nice

Jane Swift, a Latin teacher at a mixed grammar school, finds herself involved in the disciplining of some very naughty senior girls. 

One of Those Days

Two Sixth Form girls try to skip out of school on a very hot summer day, only to be caught and very firmly slippered by the headmistress. 

The Mouse and the Slipper

Two Upper Sixth Form girls have failed important mock exams. The headmistress plans to cane them, but their teacher asks to slipper them herself in order to establish her authority. 

The Oak Tree

Anne and Julia are snitched on by Imogen, and their house mistress comes to catch them smoking just as they are experimenting with sex. The consequences are severe, although they are at least spared being sent to the headmistress and expelled. 

A Good Moral Influence

Imogen is in high favour with her house mistress for reporting the behaviour of Anne and Julia in the previous story. However, Imogen becomes worried that caning Anne and Julia was beyond the house mistress's powers and Imogen foolishly reports her to the headmistress, who is not amused. 

Publisher's Note: While the stories in this book share a school setting, it is made clear in all of them that the characters are over the age of eighteen. In addition to realistic depictions of corporal punishment as it was used in English schools in past years, some of the stories also include sexual elements.
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