Lady’s Companion

Film (17:48) with 87 screengrabs
Rosie Bower is over Pandora Blake's lap, her tights pulled down, dress pulled up, getting a hairbrush spanking on her bare bottom

Create a FREE login using the button below to see the trailer!


Lady Pandora finds herself a little lonely since the death of her husband, and she wishes to take a new companion: someone to sit and read to her while she sews, keep her company through the long afternoons, help her with the tasks of running a traditional household. Miss Bower seems to fit the bill – educated, unmarried, eager to please.

Of course, the Lady of the House does have a few…niche interests. For one, her taste in poetry is perhaps a little risqué; for another, her disciplinary methods make her an employer like no other.

Miss Bower discovers this one peaceful afternoon, when she’s scandalised by the words of the immortal Coleridge. Surely this is subject matter not fit for a pair of ladies such as themselves? Her new mistress disagrees – and takes the opportunity to show her new companion just what sort of a lady she is.

Preview Gallery

Lady’s Companion - Behind the Scenes

If my former English teachers are to be believed practically all poetry is about sex in the end, and Coleridge’s Kubla Khan is certainly no exception. Step behind the curtain with us to enjoy another look at Rosie’s stately pleasure-dome – and the many giggles backstage as the scene played out!



Please enable JavaScript

Rosie Bower

After a filming day packed with caning, domestic eroticism and pirate tomfoolery, Pandora and Rosie sat down for a thorough debrief.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Report a bug / issue

We’re sorry you’re having an issue – thank you so much for taking the time to let us know so we can fix it. Please use the form below. If you do not get a response of some kind within 1 week, please email [email protected] to check that we received your issue and are working on it.

Please also include the WEB BROWSER you are using and whether you are on WINDOWS/MAC/LINUX.
Hide picture