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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Saturday Spankings!


Hi everybody and welcome to my blog for our usual Saturday Spankings! Back to just eight sentences today. Today I'm going to share another snippet from my latest novella Leading The Way, the fourth in the Corbin's Bend Series.
This week I thought I'd continue where I left off a couple of weeks ago. It's kinda sorta eight sentences if you don't count the little ones. The stripper was intent on getting a reaction from Carol. He gets a reaction but definitely not the one he was hoping for. 





He plopped his hat on top of Carol’s head and she sighed. She removed it and passed it back to the dancer. “No, thank you.” she said.


He chuckled and put it back all the while swinging his hips in time to the music while he pressed himself against her back provocatively.


Carol swung around. “Back off,” she said.


Erin, as well as Jen and Sienna, stopped laughing. “Stop,” Jen said, seeing her friend was past uncomfortable.


It was so noisy in there. It was quite possible that he didn’t hear them telling him to stop, no one knows. What they did know was that he’d listen better next time. Carol grabbed the elastic on his skin-tight undies and pulled as hard as she could. She dumped the rest of her bowl of candy down the front of his pants and then followed it with her orange juice. She let go of the elastic so it snapped against his skin.



BLURB


Zachary Cunningham moved his family to Corbin's Bend when everything in their life seemed out of control. In a DD relationship with his wife Erin, he thought things had leveled out now that they lived in a community where everyone watched out for one another and discipline was the norm. Surely his family life could be more settled now.


Erin had never made friends easily and in Corbin's Bend she found it doubly as hard. A little too hard on herself, she ignored her mentor and any friendliness from neighbors; so afraid of making a mistake that she didn't try. Until her husband insisted. Having convinced herself she was doing what he wanted, she made friends with a few ladies who liked to push the envelope a little. From bowling to a strip club to smoking a little weed, her life was definitely a lot more fun, even if she was hiding her activities from Zach.

Erin had never made friends easily and in Corbin's Bend she found it doubly as hard. A little too hard on herself, she ignored her mentor and any friendliness from neighbors; so afraid of making a mistake that she didn't try. Until her husband insisted. Having convinced herself she was doing what he wanted, she made friends with a few ladies who liked to push the envelope a little. From bowling to a strip club to smoking a little weed, her life was definitely a lot more fun, even if she was hiding her activities from Zach.
Erin had never made friends easily and in Corbin's Bend she found it doubly as hard. A little too hard on herself, she ignored her mentor and any friendliness from neighbors; so afraid of making a mistake that she didn't try. Until her husband insisted. Having convinced herself she was doing what he wanted, she made friends with a few ladies who liked to push the envelope a little. From bowling to a strip club to smoking a little weed, her life was definitely a lot more fun, even if she was hiding her activities from Zach.
Erin had never made friends easily and in Corbin's Bend she found it doubly as hard. A little too hard on herself, she ignored her mentor and any friendliness from neighbors; so afraid of making a mistake that she didn't try. Until her husband insisted. Having convinced herself she was doing what he wanted, she made friends with a few ladies who liked to push the envelope a little. From bowling to a strip club to smoking a little weed, her life was definitely a lot more fun, even if she was hiding her activities from Zach.
When her husband and the board of Corbin's Bend discovered their indiscretions, Erin and her friends found out what public discipline really meant. When the discipline led to a larger sense of security and more friendships than she could have imagined, Erin began to understand that following Zachary's lead truly was the way.





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LEADING THE WAY BLUSHING BOOKS


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Saturday, July 19, 2014

Corbin's Bend Blitz! / A bit longer #SatSpanks




Zachary Cunningham moved his family to Corbin's Bend when everything in their life seemed out of control. In a DD relationship with his wife Erin, he thought things had leveled out now that they lived in a community where everyone watched out for one another and discipline was the norm. Surely his family life could be more settled now.

Erin had never made friends easily and in Corbin's Bend she found it doubly as hard. A little too hard on herself, she ignored her mentor and any friendliness from neighbors; so afraid of making a mistake that she didn't try. Until her husband insisted. Having convinced herself she was doing what he wanted, she made friends with a few ladies who liked to push the envelope a little. From bowling to a strip club to smoking a little weed, her life was definitely a lot more fun, even if she was hiding her activities from Zach.

When her husband and the board of Corbin's Bend discovered their indiscretions, Erin and her friends found out what public discipline really meant. When the discipline led to a larger sense of security and more friendships than she could have imagined, Erin began to understand that following Zachary's lead truly was the way.
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“Dinner is served,” Erin said proudly as she laid the platter with her impressive fish next to the bowls of mashed potatoes and green beans. The girls clapped and Zach looked on with wide grin.
“That looks spectacular, honey.”
It did look spectacular, even if she did say so herself. She’d poured the sauce all over the entire dish and it positively gleamed. “Would you like to serve?” she asked Zach.
He stood up and scooped portions on to everyone’s plate. The family said grace and they started. Erin watched everyone’s faces expectantly. Zach’s face was stoic as he chewed carefully. Avvy said nothing but she wasn’t even chewing. She just held the food in her mouth. Jordan was the first one to give her honest opinion. She spat her offending mouthful back on to the plate.
“That is so gross,” she said, dry retching for full effect.
Erin’s eyes filled with tears and popped her fork full in to her mouth to see what was wrong with the food. She carefully picked up her napkin and emptied the contents of her mouth. “Don’t eat it,” was all she said, standing and taking the platter with her.
“I can call a pizza,” Zach said.
“Do what you have to, to feed your children.”
“Honey, I’m sure there was just a small mistake with the recipe.”
The girls were wide-eyed. “I’m sorry I said it was gross, Mommy,” Jordan said. “It just tasted a bit like medicine.”
“That’s nice of you to say, honey, but you were right the first time, it was gross. Why don’t you two go play while you wait for the pizza to come.”
“Nice one, Jordan. You almost made Momma cry.”
“I didn’t mean to.”
The voices disappeared into one of the bedrooms and Erin burst into tears. “I have wasted the entire day on this! I spent a lot of my food budget on the ingredients and did everything the recipe said!”
“It’s okay, Erin, you tried.”
“Well I can’t serve ‘trying’ up to a bunch of people on Friday, can I?” She thumped her foot down on the trash can foot lever to open the lid and it bounced, just as she heaved the contents from the platter into it. It landed on the closed lid with splashes of the poison sauce going everywhere. “Oh for fuck sake!” she shouted into the cabinet door as she banged it open and shut in frustration before bending to wipe the cabinet door. Zach was behind her in a second and the giant wooden spoon clapped off her bottom.
“I never want to hear that word in this house again. Do you hear me?”

Stress


Have you ever got yourself in a tizzy about visitors? The house that we consider clean enough for ourselves and our loved ones to live in suddenly seems like a filthy disaster area when visitors are coming. The food that we serve everyday gets cleaned off plates with nary a complaint but when other people are coming, you feel this urgent need to become a michelin chef. Trying to learn how to cook complicated dishes very rarely works, especially while trying to scour the house and be a mother and wife.


I hardly ever cook from a cookbook and if I do, I substitute nearly everything in the recipe anyway, so of course the recipe doesn't turn out looking anything like it does in the picture. Erin's problem was a little different. Determined to make a good impression and  cook the best plate at her pot luck dinner party, she decided to try out a spectacular fish dish. She followed the recipe perfectly, still things didn't go according to plan.


There's only one way the tizzy is going to end, badly. Either it will fester and grow until the stressed person explodes, hurting everyone and everything in their path. Sometimes they need someone to stop them before it gets to that point.


Zach couldn't understand all the fuss. He loved his wife's cooking and so did the girls. Knowing it was important to his wife, he was as supportive as he could be. There was a limit though. He'd put up with Erin's escalating attitude for days. Her party craziness was taking on a life of its own. The day she cooked the fish, Erin seemed calm. He hoped this meant she was over her stress but as he secretly suspected it was the calm before the storm. When a word came out of his wife's mouth that should never be said in a house with children, accompanied by flying pots that she tossed into the sink, he decided a short sharp reminder was in order. Kitchen utensils weren't just for cooking and throwing.

Constance Masters is a 54 year old wife, mother and grandmother from Australia. She specialises in spanking romance and has nine published works. Leading the Way, her Corbin's Bend novella will be her tenth. Her work is mostly romance with a little hint of drama and a large slice of humour. She likes to find the humour in everyday life. 


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Saturday, July 12, 2014

Time for Saturday Spankings!



Hi everyone and welcome to my blog! Today I'm sharing a snippet again from Leading The Way, the fourth in the Corbin's Bend Series. In this section, which follows the one from last week, well a little later. The girls are all watching the strip show, most of them. Carol is enjoying the gift bag that she managed to get from the candy bar. I may have gone over just a little bit, sorry about that.




The dancers kept dancing around each other, around the stage and eventually right into the audience. They bounced and jiggled and shook their bits like their lives depended on it and all to a roaring crowd. Erin screamed, yelled and hooted as loud as the rest of the girls in the room. You would have sworn there were fifty more people there than there actually was. “Ooh their coming for someone,” she said as the men jumped from the small stage and gyrated their way through the audience. 
The first one of course made a bee-line for the bride-to-be. He hoisted her over his shoulder and took her to the stage. He smiled leerily at the audience while he humped against her. Erin screamed when one came towards their table. She tried to hide behind Jen but he wasn’t even looking at either of them. He headed straight towards Carol. 



BLURB


Zachary Cunningham moved his family to Corbin's Bend when everything in their life seemed out of control. In a DD relationship with his wife Erin, he thought things had leveled out now that they lived in a community where everyone watched out for one another and discipline was the norm. Surely his family life could be more settled now.



Erin had never made friends easily and in Corbin's Bend she found it doubly as hard. A little too hard on herself, she ignored her mentor and any friendliness from neighbors; so afraid of making a mistake that she didn't try. Until her husband insisted. Having convinced herself she was doing what he wanted, she made friends with a few ladies who liked to push the envelope a little. From bowling to a strip club to smoking a little weed, her life was definitely a lot more fun, even if she was hiding her activities from Zach.


When her husband and the board of Corbin's Bend discovered their indiscretions, Erin and her friends found out what public discipline really meant. When the discipline led to a larger sense of security and more friendships than she could have imagined, Erin began to understand that following Zachary's lead truly was the way.





LINKS

LEADING THE WAY AMAZON

LEADING THE WAY AMAZON UK

LEADING THE WAY BLUSHING BOOKS


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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Katherine Dean is having a party and everyone's invited!



Join us for fun and prizes! Book Release Party for Coach’s Discipline by Katherine Deane

Spanking Romance Reviews is now hosting Book Release Parties! Join us Saturday, July 12th at noon EST on our Facebook page for the book launch party for Coach’s Discipline by Katherine Deane.

Prizes include books by Cara Bristol, Maren Smith, Natasha Knight, Patricia Green, Casey McKay, Tara Finnegan, Etta Stark, Renee Rose and more!


Coach’s Discipline by Katherine Deane


Claire Jacobs always dreamed of making it to the Olympic Trials in the marathon. Unfortunately, she has a habit of getting in her own way. Enter Nick Fox, a no-nonsense coach, willing to use unconventional methods to bring her in line. Traumatized by her last coach and still recovering from self-destructive habits, Claire finds it hard to trust Nick’s authority about what she can and can’t handle on the trails. Still, her attraction for him deepens, even when she discovers he believes in good old-fashioned spanking as a method of correction.As Nick spends more time with Claire, she enchants him with her drive and deep commitment to help her fellow runners. But when she gets into an argument with a teammate, he realizes he only has one option—to give the talented woman he cares about the first spanking of her life, a spanking that is not going to be fun for either of them.


Claire and Nick grow closer and she comes to crave Nick’s dominance and direction. Discovering the emotional healing and strength to succeed during training, she moves past her shyness and self-doubt to step into a leading role with the young women on the team. But when team politics, jealousy and misunderstandings create drama, will she revert back to her old pattern of running away? Or can she learn to trust in love and race toward her goals with an open heart?


Publisher’s Note: Coach’s Discipline is an erotic romance novel that includes spanking, including domestic discipline in a contemporary setting, anal play, sexual scenes, elements of BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

Available for sale on Saturday!


Saturday, July 5, 2014

Saturday Spankings Time !!!



Hi! Time again for Saturday spankings. I'm sorry if I didn't get to everyone last week. I had some family dramas and I just gave up in the end. This week I'll make a better effort. 


Today I'm sharing a piece of Leading The Way again.


In this short piece, Erin, Jen, Sienna and Carol have gone to a bar for a quick bite and a few drinks after their token bowling game. They meet up with a young bride-to-be who invites them to join her bachelorette party. Carol is not impressed. As a matter of interest, Carol and her girlfriend Crystal, are the main characters in my next Corbin's Bend book, my first ever F/F novella The One She LOVES.






“There’s lunch and there’s gonna be a male stripper show after.”
“Great,” Carol said with a smile that was just a bit fake.
“Why don’t we take a vote?” Sienna asked.
“Oh, cuz that would be fair,” Carol said. “The three of you with your tongues hanging out and one non plussed les girl who also can’t drink because she has to drive.”
“You wouldn’t be saying that if they were girl strippers,” Jen teased.
“I’m very happy with the woman I have, thank you very much,” Carol said, poking out her tongue. 


BLURB


Zachary Cunningham moved his family to Corbin's Bend when everything in their life seemed out of control. In a DD relationship with his wife Erin, he thought things had leveled out now that they lived in a community where everyone watched out for one another and discipline was the norm. Surely his family life could be more settled now.



Erin had never made friends easily and in Corbin's Bend she found it doubly as hard. A little too hard on herself, she ignored her mentor and any friendliness from neighbors; so afraid of making a mistake that she didn't try. Until her husband insisted. Having convinced herself she was doing what he wanted, she made friends with a few ladies who liked to push the envelope a little. From bowling to a strip club to smoking a little weed, her life was definitely a lot more fun, even if she was hiding her activities from Zach.


When her husband and the board of Corbin's Bend discovered their indiscretions, Erin and her friends found out what public discipline really meant. When the discipline led to a larger sense of security and more friendships than she could have imagined, Erin began to understand that following Zachary's lead truly was the way.





LINKS

LEADING THE WAY AMAZON

LEADING THE WAY AMAZON UK

LEADING THE WAY BLUSHING BOOKS


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Saturday, June 28, 2014

More Leading The Way for Saturday Spankings!

Today for Saturday Spankings I am going to keep going where I left off last week with Leading The Way. Last week Erin had just found out that her new friends were a bit sneaky with their weekly trip to Boulder. She had to decide very quickly if she was game enough to go along with their game. Naturally she picked fun over common sense!



“I’ll just be a second,” Erin said.
Erin paced her room for what felt like an hour but what was probably only a few minutes. She opened her closet door and stared into the abyss. She really needed to get some clothes. At one time she would have had all of her rack and half of Zach’s to go through, but when they moved here her needs changed and she gutted her wardrobe accordingly. Her cowboy boots. She’d gotten them when they went to the Boulder county fair. Those with a nice shirt, and her jeans would be okay.
“These do?” She asked holding them in the air as she ran out of the front door.
“Perfect.”
With her best non-wrinkle blouse under one arm and a pair of cowboy boots in her other, she ran down the path with Jen and jumped in the car. 


Blurb



Zachary Cunningham moved his family to Corbin's Bend when everything in their life seemed out of control. In a DD relationship with his wife Erin, he thought things had leveled out now that they lived in a community where everyone watched out for one another and discipline was the norm. Surely his family life could be more settled now.


Erin had never made friends easily and in Corbin's Bend she found it doubly as hard. A little too hard on herself, she ignored her mentor and any friendliness from neighbors; so afraid of making a mistake that she didn't try. Until her husband insisted. Having convinced herself she was doing what he wanted, she made friends with a few ladies who liked to push the envelope a little. From bowling to a strip club to smoking a little weed, her life was definitely a lot more fun, even if she was hiding her activities from Zach.


When her husband and the board of Corbin's Bend discovered their indiscretions, Erin and her friends found out what public discipline really meant. When the discipline led to a larger sense of security and more friendships than she could have imagined, Erin began to understand that following Zachary's lead truly was the way.





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Saturday, June 21, 2014

Saturday Spankings!!!





Here we are again for another week of Saturday Spankings. Today for my eight lines I'm going to share a snippet from my new Corbin's Bend novella Leading The Way





In this excerpt Erin has been asked to participate in a weekly bowling league. She dresses appropriately but when her friends arrive to pick her up, one of them suggest she might like to bring a change of clothes. 




“Am I too casual for bowling?” Erin asked. 
“No, sweetie, no!” Jen said. “But if we finish early we might see what else there is to do in Boulder.” 
“Sorry?” Did she just hear right? 
“Oh fuck it,” Jen said. “We only go bowling for one quick game and then we have a bit of fun.” 
“You lie about where you are?” Erin said. 
“No, we don’t lie. That’s why we play the one game. So if they ask did we have fun at bowling? We can answer honestly, yes, we did. Who won? Carol or Sienna. See? We’re not actually lying.” 

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