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#SatSpanks: After such a loud spanking, the room seemed quiet

Saturday Spankings

Welcome! I’ve been working on a new book that’s been loads of fun to write. It’s about a mountain man who lives a secluded life in the woods until a woman comes along and disrupts his peaceful existence. Hope you enjoy this snippet.

After such a loud spanking, the room seemed quiet. The only sounds were the rain pelting the roof, the crackling of the fire, and Nettie’s soft cries. She didn’t think she’d ever be able to sit again after being so thoroughly punished by the man’s big hand, and she didn’t dare move from her place over his lap until he gave permission. She heard a whimper that wasn’t hers and looked over to find Jack’s wolf inching toward them on his belly, whining as he did.

“Go lay down, Cager,” Jack growled, and the wolf complied immediately, returning to his rug, his eyes still fastened on them with a look of interest and concern over what had just happened.

Some time passed in silence until Nettie apologized again through her tears. “I’m sorry, I was so hungry. I don’t usually steal.” 

Jack ran his hand lightly over her hot skin. She felt more surprised by his gentle touch than by being hauled over his lap. Slowly he caressed her swollen globes until the sting dissipated into a dull ache. “I reckon you won’t steal again,” he murmured.

I don’t reckon she will either. She does, however, manage to get herself into plenty more trouble. But really, what fun would a spanking romance be if she didn’t? (By the way, he did feed her before this spanking.)

Happy hopping!

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