Caning At The Café Du Concorde
by Michaela Francis
Nothing much ever happens in the sleepy little French village of Pont du Rochelles, deep in the heart of rural Provence and the last person you might have imagined who would change that would be the pretty but shy Yvette Renard. Yvette, however, makes an uncharacteristically foolish decision. Driving home one night after a few too many glasses of wine, she contrives to collide with the parked automobile belonging to the formidable matriarch, Madame Courvelle, owner of the Café du Concorde on the village square.
Faced with the consequences of facing criminal prosecution for drunk driving and leaving the scene of an accident, Yvette throws herself on the mercy of Madame Courvelle. Yvette is given a hard choice; either the matter will be handed over to the authorities or Madame Courvelle will treat it as a private affair and have Yvette punished without recourse to the law.
Yvette has no alternative but to acquiesce and to submit to a painful and humiliating public caning in front of the inner circle of the cafe's clientèle. This charming and stimulating story from the pen of Michaela Francis will delight all aficionados of corporal punishment with one of the most protracted, detailed and severe caning scenes you will ever read.
Editorial: Originally published as part of The Dark Side of Venus anthology.
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Michaela is a UK author based in Yorkshire. Born in the city of York, Michaela spent many years travelling throughout Europe during a career as an entertainer before returning to the UK to study for a Masters degree in history. The author of several novels and many short stories, as well as several works of non-fiction, Michaela's style mixes romance, fantasy and eroticism in a rich blend of well researched authenticity and descriptive imagination. Widely travelled, multi-lingual and multi-cultural, Michaela draws upon her own experiences and adventures to enhance the diversity of her writing while adhering to Tolkein's mantra "the inner consistency of reality" to bring realism and credibility to the imaginary worlds she creates.