9/14 Saturday Spanking Snippet
Boy, it’s been a while since I’ve done one of these. This week’s snippet is from my up-and-coming release, Masters of the Castle, Book 3: Saving Sara. When you’re done reading mine, don’t forget to click the above spanking image to zip back and check out all the other talented authors who have participated this week!
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She stared at him now, her reluctance and uncertainty all that he could read.
He took another step forward and she promptly retreated, saying nothing, her eyes growing silently wider as, step after step, he walked her across the room. Her retreat ended when she bumped up against the edge of his dining table. With no place left to go, she had to stop.
“Put your hands on your head.”
She hesitated so long he thought he might have to force her compliance, but after only a second more, she raised her arms and laced her fingers behind her neck.
“You can do better than this,” he told her softly. “You’d better start trying, because I don’t think your little bottom can take all the reminders you’re trying to earn.”
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The blurb for Saving Sara:
Once upon a time, Jackson and Sara were friends. Close friends. Friends with benefits, even. For him, making that leap into a committed relationship seemed like a no-brainer. For her, it was scary as hell. Having seen more than one submissive become lost in the illusion of a dungeon relationship incapable of surviving in real life, and now on the verge of falling in love herself, Sara has no idea who she’s falling in love with: Jackson the reality, or the masterful illusion.
Then the accident happened and with Jackson offering to take care of her, that’s when Sara knew–she was going to lose herself in the illusion. Terrified, she ran.
Now, years later, Jackson is chief of security for The Castle–the hottest BDSM fantasy resort in the country. Summoned to the dungeon on a trouble call, Sara is the last person he expects to find huddled up against the bathroom wall. After three long years filled with even longer nights, he’s had plenty of time to consider all he’d do if ever she fell back into his life. When he sees his chance, he doesn’t hesitate. One day—that’s all he has before the buses come and Sara runs again. One day to rekindle old passions, to bury old fears, to prove once and for all just what is illusion and what is not.
Welcome to The Castle.