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#SatSpanks: You’re not to move from this position

Saturday SpankingsToday I’m sharing an excerpt from my soon-to-be-released book, which is currently in the editing stage at the publishers. I’m super excited about this western domestic discipline story. If you like a strong, loving hero and a naughty heroine in need of both tenderness and spanking, you’re going to love this book. Jude is a stagecoach driver responsible for transporting passengers across half the country, and Callie is a young mail-order bride traveling west to meet her fiancé. She’s smart, unruly, and keeps the driver on his toes from day one. Of course, things don’t work out according to either of their plans, but I think you’ll be happy with the results. Enjoy the snippet!

Excerpt

“Hold still,” he admonished when she fidgeted nervously in anticipation of the first stroke. “You’re not to move from this position until your punishment is over, understand?”

She settled immediately. A meek “yes, sir” reached his ears.

He took a deep breath. He didn’t want to spank her too hard, just enough for her to know he was serious and to make her think before behaving foolishly in the future. He drew back his arm and snapped the belt across the seat of her dress with moderate force. She let out a small yelp but remained in place.

“Good.” Although he spoke the word to praise her for taking the lick without moving, he also praised himself for inflicting enough pain to cause a reaction but not enough to tempt her to break position.

If you’re interested, you can read a couple more excerpts from this book here and here. And follow me on Amazon to get an alert when it’s been released!

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