Welcome to Saturday Spankings! I’m so excited that my Corbin’s Bend book, Safe Under Protection, has been released! Here’s another eight sentence (or thereabouts) snippet for you to enjoy. And don’t forget to check out the rest of the blog hop!
Blurb: 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.
Debi confesses to Russ that she’s been looking up domestic discipline online and reading about punishments has been turning her on. She’s embarrassed to tell him, but he finally coaxes it out of her.
“Just spill it, babe. What’s to be embarrassed about? Come on, tell me.”
Very quickly, speaking faster than she usually did, Debi said, “While I was reading descriptions of things they did, I sort of got a little…um…a little…horny. There, I said it.”
Russ threw his head back and laughed out loud. Debi smacked his leg and said, “Don’t you laugh at me, Je…Russ!”
“Aw, babe—I’m not laughing at you—more at how you said it so quick to just get it out there.”
“It’s not funny! It was weird and it made me feel like…like I don’t know what. Just weird.”
Russ chuckled, “So my wife of forty years got turned on by reading about a little slap and tickle.”