He suddenly got out of his chair and moved purposely towards her. Lucy felt a tremor of fear grip her, and suddenly realised she was out of her depth. ‘W-what are you doing?’ she said nervously, only to be roughly pulled out of her chair and thrown over the right arm of it. ‘Oh no!’ she cried. ‘No – please! I’m sorry Dr Tovey! Surely you’re not spanking me?’
Imagine how Lucy got herself into such a spot. Imagine her bent helplessly over the chair, her skirt raised, exposing her panties. Now imagine the spanking Dr Tovey has planned for her.
When Lucy, bored by her life at college, takes up music lessons with Miss Araminta Martin she expects to work hard, but what she does not expect is Miss Martin’s strict code of discipline and anachronistic methods of punishment. So imagine her caught up in a bizarre world of punitive music making, in which seemingly every wrong note leads to a spanking – or worse.
Torn between her love of music and fear of chastisement Lucy takes her punishment bravely, attracting the attentions of the predatory Dr Tovey, the dour Mr McLellan, and Miss Martin’s wicked young maid. As the day of the final concert approaches she’s faced with a difficult decision: should she try to escape, or should she stay and perform her piece before an audience all too willing to spank the bottoms of errant girls?