Loki Renard’s “The Taming of Miss Munroe” – A Review
I love Victorian language, with its flowery preciseness, except when it comes to matters of any delicacy whatsoever, and then I love its flowery circumlocution. So I truly enjoyed “Miss Munroe,” Renard’s foray into Victoriana. James Walker, the renowned disciplinary expert called upon to sort out Miss Munroe, has his hands full with the girl from the start, and a nobler effort to tame her baser inclinations one cannot imagine. The story is told by his friend Jones, and reminds one of the Holmes-Watson dynamic, with good reason I am sure. In any event, the tale made me smile quite often, and I highly recommend it if you are a spanking fiction fan in need of a smile.
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