"Qualitatively Different is classic Grace Brackenridge, with all the elements she deploys so cunningly.
We have a fatherless early-teenage girl (called Grace, of course) looking for a good hard over-the-knee spanking (or maybe two, if she's lucky) on the bare: a convenient nearby father-figure who's not totally averse to administering same; some crafty manoeuvring, not to say outright deception; a neatly sketched family set-up; and some wickedly edgy erotic tension.
The denouement leaves everybody, not least the reader, very happy."
Grace and neighbour Wendy have been caught cheating in a school test but spanking has been banned for the teenagers, although Grace must await her father's return. Deviously she sets up Mr Geist who punishes them both, and that is not all...
synopsis by Corncrake