The sequel to Master Of Thornfield. (An S/X story. developed initially FROM the plot of the novel Jane Eyre) It IS necessary to have read that fic to fully enjoy/understand this one.Link to MOT HERE
Master Of Thornfield has been nominated in Round 23 of the Sunnydale Memorial Awards
Voting in the SunnyD Awards begins tomorrow 16th April-16th May HERE
Link to previous chapters HERE
Warnings: Set in 1851, HAU/Historical Romance, M/M sex, angst, humor, drama, OOC, varying chapter lengths. Vague, brief references to: het sex (Past), BDSM (mild/vague), Sub/Dom. Original characters. Established, exclusive couple. SEE AUTHOR'S NOTE.
Rating: Overall NC17 Individual Chapters PG to NC17 (Some Chapters contain graphic M/M sex)
Pairing: 100% S/X (With brief, vague mentions of heterosexual/homosexual relationships with others PRE Spander.)
Unbeta'd: All free range boo boos belong to me.
Status: WIP posted daily. Approx 50 chaps. 100,000 words. Further sequels possible.
Comments: Comment if you want to, though it would be nice to know someone is reading it.
Disclaimer: I own nothing except the original characters and this story, everything else belongs to someone who is not me. I write for fun not profit. Respectfully, no LINKING or archiving of ANY single part/chapter of the Thornfield!verse without first talking to me, please.
Distribution My Journal, Eternal_Spander, Bloodclaim and eventually archived at Capainperoxideandthewhelp.com.
Thanks as usual to Bmblbee for pre-reading and encouragement.
A great deal of research went into this story and it is as historically accurate as the story allows, I am not an Historian. Some dates and events are knowingly inaccurate to facilitate the fiction.
Summary: Lord William Rochester has a reputation as a confident, aloof, mysterious man. He has taken as his life companion the shy, gentle, eighteen year old Tutor to his daughter, Alexander (Xander) Harris. Here they are beginning their life together and set to rule over the vast estate of Thornfield. We rejoin them at the beginning of 1851, it is to prove a year of change for Thornfield itself and for the people who inhabit the house, estate and villages beyond. Not everyone will welcome these changes.