Lady Eleanor Jameson
from Warwickshire is not like the other noble ladies who attend
the autumn hunting expedition at Harrington Park. Granted, she is
similar to the other well-bred ladies in some aspects: She is wealthy,
well-connected, and overall agreed to be rather beautiful in a sensual
and slightly plump way, but shockingly, she still has remained unmarried
over the years.
Category: Victorian romance and erotica
Length: 13 pages, 7300 words
File size: 300KB
Publisher: Independently published by
My Secret Quill
Lady Eleanor Jameson from Warwickshire was certainly not like all
the other ladies who had been invited to the autumn hunting at the
Harrington Park, a large estate with favourable grounds for both
hunting and shooting just north of Portsmouth.
Granted, in some aspects she was similar to the other well-bred
ladies; she was rich, well-connected, and overall agreed to be rather
beautiful in a sensual and slightly plump way.
With her heart-shaped
face, small little nose and pretty mouth, in combination with her
chestnut brown hair in natural ringlets and perfect alabaster skin,
she had often been the target of both jealousy and infatuation.
However, in contrast to the other gentlewomen at the hunting expedition,
she had shockingly remained unmarried over the years.
Tags: Hunting, seduction, stable groom, corsets, anal intercourse.
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In February last year I went to Swansea for two days. I spent most of my time there walking along the beach when the tide was out or by the cliffs, or if the weather was bad, I sat at various cafés with a cup of coffee and watched the rain outside.
The general atmosphere in Swansea stuck with me and on the train trip back to Oxford I started to write the first draft of what later became “The Lady in White”.
The story was also inspired by a ghost story that I heard when I was a child and the novel “The Woman in White” by Wilkie Collins.
I did some research for this story, including the development of railways (and train accidents including “boiler explosions”) in Wales as well as Swansea’s industrialization.