Welcome to Saturday Spankings! Season Three of Corbin’s Bend has begun with Thianna D.’s His Damsel in Distress released just a few days ago. Be sure to grab your copy of it! On May 7th, just a bit less than two weeks from now, the second book of Season Three, Safe Under Protection, written by ME will be released. It’s my first Corbin’s Bend book and I can’t stop repeating myself and telling everyone how excited I am! So first, I’ll give you the blurb, and then a little snippet. Enjoy!
Safe Under Protection
After spotting a mafia hit, Jess and Colleen Bradley find their life turned upside down and on the run. With nowhere else to turn and to protect their family, they accept the assistance of the witness protection program. Their U.S. Marshal, Jack Carmichael, convinces them to move to a small community in Colorado run by his brother.
Jess and Colleen Bradley become Russ and Debi Hunter, the newest residents of Corbin’s Bend. Forty years of a vanilla marriage makes them a little out of place in this spanking community. With new names and new jobs, Debi is a little stressed out with her new surroundings. She keeps messing up and calling Russ by his old name. After a successful erotic spanking just to see what all the fuss is about, Russ decides a real spanking might be just what’s called for to get Debi to remember his new name and relieve her of some of the stress she’s feeling.
Just as they begin to find peace as their new selves in the wilds of Colorado, the protection they feel shatters when Jack calls with the bad news that their security has been compromised and Debi realizes she’s being tailed. As Brent Carmichael and Russ rush out to find Debi and get the two to safety, it might be too late because at that moment, two hit men are set on making sure Debi and Russ are not safe under protection.
Here’s a little lead-in to this snippet: Debi and Russ have just been taken to their new home in Corbin’s Bend by Brent Carmichael. After their tour of the house, Brent leaves and Russ goes out to the garage to get their suitcases. When he comes back down to the kitchen, he finds Debi crying in the kitchen.
“Hey, babe. What’s wrong? Are you okay?” He was surprised to see her like this. She’d been so strong throughout their entire ordeal.
“No!” she cried out. “I’m not okay. I don’t want to be Debi and I don’t want you to be Russ. I want to see my children and my grandkids. I want my old house back, my old life back. I don’t think I can do this, Jess.”
He pulled her up and into his arms. “Shh…hush now. You’ve got to remember to call me Russ.”
Pulling back, she looked at his face and cried, “Didn’t you hear me? I don’t want you to be Russ!”
Here’s a link that will tell you a little bit about all the season three books:
And here’s a link that will take you to my Amazon author page:
Be sure to visit the rest of the blogs in this week’s Saturday Spankings!
Amazing amount of emotion packed into a snippet. Not easy to do. Great job.
I agree with Maggie. I really empathize what Jess/Debi is going through. She didn’t ask for this, but she has to learn to accept it if only for their own protection. To be separated from your family and friends has to be extremely difficult.
I feel like I couldn’t do it, but then when your family is at risk, you do whatever it takes to keep them safe.
That made me a little teary. I’ve never thought about that part of going into hiding – the family you’ll miss. Kids and grandkids especially. Moving is hard enough, but to disappear must be near impossible. I hope it works out well for them and look forward to finding out.
Thanks, Natasha. I’m glad I was able to get the emotion I was trying to convey.
Her situation would be so hard to accept & deal with.
I agree, Cara. To think you could never see your family again is hard to imagine.
I felt so sorry for Debi, it is clear, even in that short snippet, that she is really distressed. Very well-written
Thanks for the kind words, Kelly!
The idea of witness protection has always freaked me out a little. I understand her completely. This would be hard.
Me too, PK. I would be a basket case for sure!
Nice snippet. Congratulations on the release
Thank you, Ashe!
Yes, I don’t blame her for freaking out. That would be do hard to pick up and be someone new– even without moving to a spanking community–lol!
Renee, the spanking community just puts the icing on the cake that sure as hell needs something!
That has to be a huge change, lots of emotions! They picked a good place to move too though.
I thought friendly Corbin’s Bend would be the perfect place for them, Breanna!
I can understand how she feels. Nice!
Great snippet, well done!