Friday, September 26, 2014

#SatSpanks from Corrected By The Colonel: No Getting Away from The Colonel

 Welcome Saturday Spankers! Corrected By The Colonel is available for purchase now on Amazon. Also, for those of you who are Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited members (in the US and UK) the book is available to be borrowed. 
          
           “It is meant to hurt, my sweet. That is why it is called punishment.” His hand came down on her bum and she wiggled in an attempt to get away. “Oh no, you will not be getting away from me until I am good and ready to let you go.” He scissored his leg over hers and held her in place.

          He leaned down so his chest pressed against her back, the weight of his body causing an odd stirring in her lower parts, additional dampness trickled between her thighs, and he whispered in her ear, “I will not add to your punishment for trying to get off my lap, but next time I will.” 



Blurb: Miss Cassandra Sheridan is desperate to get married. Not because she is deeply in love, but because her family is deeply in debt. She leaves behind her two younger sisters to care for their ailing father while she heads out to do the only thing she can to secure the future for herself and her family—marry a rich man.
She sets her sights on Lord Owen Tyndall, attractive, rich and gullible. Just when Cassandra is sure a proposal is imminent, Lord Tyndall's cousin, the annoying and attractive Colonel Blaise Sinclair, arrives.
The Colonel is not nearly so easily fooled as his cousin and he is determined to find out the real story behind Miss Cassandra Sheridan's presence at Hadley Hall. If he must employ over the knee discipline to ferret out her plans, then so much the better.
Corrected By The Colonel is an erotic romance that includes explicit sex, rapid fire dialogue, anal play and anal sex all within the confines of proper Regency society. If such topics offend you, please do not buy this book.

Spanking Stories Book Club: In The Palace of Lazar by Alta Hensley

Today's book is a new release from Alta Hensley called In the Palace of Lazar. 
Blurb: Small communes are scattered throughout the desert planet. Pods of civilization struggle to survive on the precious, fertile land. Desert inhabitants live in these communes, surviving off whatever resources the small community possesses, but no commune can measure to the Palace of Lazar. Stories of sex, lust, forbidden acts, and a society wrapped around taboo are told among other communes. The four brothers that rule Lazar are known for their insatiable tastes and their women that cater to it all. The Palace of Lazar is not just a commune. It is a harem.
In the Palace of LazarFor Briar Hope, the palace offered more. The wonder of the harem and the four brothers haunted her dreams. Briar wanted to see it, live it, feel it, and submit to it. The world of submission called to her very soul. She wanted to end her life as a desert nomad, to exchange it for the promise of the harem’s song.
In a world where only the strong survive, can Briar allow the submission required to be part of the harem? Is it possible to find strength in surrender?  

I really enjoyed this book and read it in a day (the dishes and laundry can wait!)
Let's get right to the discussion. 
1. In this book, Briar treks across the desert to get to Lazar for the sole purpose of becoming part of the harem. I've read other dystopian books where the heroine is forced into sexual slavery or submission, but here, the heroine seeks it out. What about you? Would you like to be part of a harem, or at least the harem in Lazar where you are treated like royalty and spend your time being prepared to please one of the four brothers? 
2. The heroine's name is Briar Hope. I think of a briar as a branch that is prickly. Do you think the name suited our heroine?
3. I think the cover for this book is very different from most spanking fiction and dystopian covers. What do you think? Did the cover attract you to the book or have any affect on your buying decision?  When a cover catches your attention, what draws you to it? 
4. What is it about dystopian romances that appeal to readers? 
5. This is the first book in a series. Which secondary characters would you like to see featured in future books? 
6. This book ends with a couple questions left unanswered. As a reader, do you like to be left hanging or would you prefer to have all the loose ends tied up before the book ends? 
This is a very interesting and different spanking romance. I encourage you to get your copy rigth away! 
Coming Attractions: 
October 3--- Wanting It All by Livia Grant Discussion by Cara Bristol and Natasha Knight
October 10----Devon's Discipline by Adaline Raine Discussion by Renee Rose
October 17---- The Slave Girls and The Spy by Patricia Green Discussion by Celeste Jones
October 24--- Taming Princess Anna by Sue Lyndon Discussion by Patricia Green
October 31----The Coach's Discipline by Katherine Deane Discussion by Adaline Raine
November 7---Given To The Savage by Natasha Knight Discussion by Katherine Deane

Friday, September 19, 2014

#SatSpanksfrom Corrected By The Colonel: Sometimes Sorry Just Isn't Good Enough

      Corrected By The Colonel is for sale today! Click here to get your copy.    For those of you who are Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited Members, you can borrow the book! 

This week's excerpt follows shortly after last week's

          Cassandra lowered her eyes. “I am sorry,” she said, “I did not mean to injure you.”
          His warm hand cupped her chin and raised her face to look at him, he stroked his thumb over her sensitive lips. “I would not expect any less from you, my little tomcat,” he said. “But that does not mean you will not be punished.”
          Cassandra’s eyes grew wide. “But I apologized.”
          He chuckled and the sound of it made her insides go warm and soft. “You apologized for injuring me. That still leaves the matter of your attacking me with a riding crop, running away, and your plan to manipulate my cousin into marrying you.”


Blurb: Miss Cassandra Sheridan is desperate to get married. Not because she is deeply in love, but because her family is deeply in debt. She leaves behind her two younger sisters to care for their ailing father while she heads out to do the only thing she can to secure the future for herself and her family—marry a rich man.
She sets her sights on Lord Owen Tyndall, attractive, rich and gullible. Just when Cassandra is sure a proposal is imminent, Lord Tyndall's cousin, the annoying and attractive Colonel Blaise Sinclair, arrives.
The Colonel is not nearly so easily fooled as his cousin and he is determined to find out the real story behind Miss Cassandra Sheridan's presence at Hadley Hall. If he must employ over the knee discipline to ferret out her plans, then so much the better.
Corrected By The Colonel is an erotic romance that includes explicit sex, rapid fire dialogue, anal play and anal sex all within the confines of proper Regency society. If such topics offend you, please do not buy this book.


  Join the five authors of the School's In Session boxed set for a Facebook Detention Party Saturday, September 20 4-6 pm Pacific/ 5-7 Mountain/6-8 Central and 7-9 Eastern

Win a Kindle Fire! Join Renee Rose, Dinah McLeod, Maggie Carpenter, Celeste Jones and Kate Richards as we celebrate the School's in Session Box Set Release with games, prizes and naughty frivolity. But be warned...impertinence is not taken lightly at this school. And someone is going to win a kindle. 

Spanking Stories Book Club : School's In Session

This week we're discussing the final three stories in the School's In Session Boxed Set




Virginia City, Nevada, in 1870, is no place for a graduate of Miss Pomeroy's exclusive finishing school. And Marguerite Stokes makes no secret of her displeasure at her father's insisting she join him there.


Her subsequent angry tantrums lead him to place her under the supervision of stern schoolmaster William Melton, who has a firm hand but a secret hatred for the Stokes family. His attraction to Marguerite is immediate, but can he reconcile his desire for her with his grudge against her father?

When her father decides to force Marguerite to marry William, she is forced to choose between making her own way in the tough Wild West, or submitting to the authority of her father's secret enemy. Will the feisty, determined young lady take flight? Or can William convince her that she belongs by his side - and under his strong hand?

Questions:


1. In Educating Marguerite, the innocent heroine has the opportunity to sneak a peak at a spanking in a semi-public place. If you were her...what would you do?
2. Arranged marriages were often the way in the past, as Marguerite learns, but what do you think? With more than half of marriages ending in divorce, could your dad who loves you pick a better guy to make you happy than you could? Or is that blasphemy?





When graduate student Lucy Larson sees her hot professor, thesis advisor and employer at a spanking party, she promptly runs and hides. Later, kicking herself for her cowardice, she realizes she missed the opportunity to bring her spanking fantasies to life and sets her sights on seducing the hunky scientist. He ignores her antics until she accidentally ruins his research experiment and then he bends her over his desk for twenty strokes of the cane.
Dr. Todd Daniels would like nothing more than to get involved with his smart and sexy lab assistant, but doing so would be unethical and risk censure from the university. Still, when she deserves a serious spanking, he delivers.
Delving into a flaming hot love affair, they must hide their relationship and navigate department politics, a search for his child, given up for adoption years before, and Lucy’s insecurities about his commitment. He wants to make it all work, but he isn’t sure if their unbalanced power dynamic has longevity as a relationship. In the end, all mentors fall off their pedestals and students must spread their own wings.

Questions: 


1. In this book, the groom completely botches his first attempt at a marriage proposal, but later redeems himself with a very creative public proposal.  Have you or any of your friends had a botched proposal? How about an especially creative one?

2. The very thing that makes professor/student relationships hot in a D/s book is the authority or power structure. While considered unethical, professor/student relationships often do happen, as both are consenting adults. Do you personally have a moral dilemma with such a relationship? 




Isobel Parker believes she has neither the talent or education to write a full length novel, and to improve her skills she enrolls in an after hours creative writing course.  

On the first night, excited and enthusiastic, she walks into the classroom and is shocked to see the hero of every short story she’s ever written. He is tall, wide-shouldered, with black hair and sizzling blue eyes; his name is Patrick Doyle and she is hooked.

Captivated by the bulging muscles threatening to break through the thin white cotton sleeves of his shirt, and the smattering of chest hair peeking across the open collar, she finds it impossible to concentrate.  As the classes continue her sleepless nights become filled with dark fantasies in which he is the star, and when he instructs his students to write a short story entitled, Three Dark Hours, Isobel jumps at the opportunity to put her lascivious fantasies on paper.  

As she finishes the erotic account of spanking and other wicked pursuits, she prays that when the handsome and enigmatic Mr. Doyle reads it, he will understand it’s actually a very special, very naughty invitation.


Claiming it has been authored by a friend she nervously hands the tantalizing tale to her boss for a critique.  His name is Brad Saunders, and he is an ambitious Acquisitions Editor for a boutique publishing company. Isobel is hoping for some helpful notes, but Brad has a stunning surprise in store, one that could change her life and turn her wicked fantasies into reality.

Questions:
1. In Three Dark Hours the heroine boldly turns in a story hoping her instructor will see it as an invitation to act out part of the book in real life. What's the boldest thing you've ever done to entice a man?

2. You think the relationship will be with the heroine's teacher, but in actually, it ends up being with her boss. How do you feel about misdirection-- do you find it a delightful twist, or an evil trick in books? Have you ever been so focused on the wrong man that you almost missed the real thing?




Join the five authors of the School's In Session boxed set for a Facebook Detention Party Saturday, September 20 4-6 pm Pacific/ 5-7 Mountain/6-8 Central and 7-9 Eastern

Win a Kindle Fire! Join Renee Rose, Dinah McLeod, Maggie Carpenter, Celeste Jones and Kate Richards as we celebrate the School's in Session Box Set Release with games, prizes and naughty frivolity. But be warned...impertinence is not taken lightly at this school. And someone is going to win a kindle. 



Click the titles above to buy the individual books or if you're a bargain hunter 

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Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Visiting Cara Bristol Today

I'm over at Cara Bristol's Blog today discussing the differences between writing contemporary and historical spanking romance.

Click here to join the discussion. 

Have you heard? I have two new books available on Amazon.



Laying Down the Law  Newly divorced and returning to law school after a twenty year absence, Ali Stewart has just one class to complete before sitting for the bar exam, becoming a lawyer and moving on with her life. She feels out of place with her much younger classmates, but she's determined to succeed and put her ex-husband far in the past.

When she is paired with Griff for the semester, she learns that even though he is much younger, there is much he can teach her, in and out of the classroom. 

Laying Down The Law is an erotic spanking romance that includes explicit sex, anal sex and legal terms used in an erotic manner.

And Corrected By The Colonel 

 Miss Cassandra Sheridan is desperate to get married. Not because she is deeply in love, but because her family is deeply in debt. She leaves behind her two younger sisters to care for their ailing father while she heads out to do the only thing she can to secure the future for herself and her family--marry a rich man. 


She sets her sights on Lord Owen Tyndall, attractive, rich and gullible. Just when Cassandra is sure a proposal is imminent, Lord Tyndall's cousin, the annoying and attractive Colonel Blaise Sinclair, arrives. 


The Colonel is not nearly so easily fooled as his cousin and he is determined to find out the real story behind Miss Cassandra Sheridan's presence at Hadley Hall. If he must employ over the knee discipline to ferret out her plans, then so much the better. 


Corrected By The Colonel is an erotic Regency romance that includes explicit sex, rapid fire dialogue, anal play and anal sex all within the confines of proper Regency society. If such topics offend you, please do not buy this book.

Friday, September 12, 2014

#SatSpanks from Corrected By The Colonel


Yes, I have a new book out. Funny isn't it? I go for months without publishing and now I have two new books for sale. Today's post comes from Corrected By The Colonel a Regency spanking romance which is now available for pre-order on Amazon. How does pre-order work? Well, you can order the book now and on September 20 it will magically appear on your kindle ready for you to read and enjoy. 

Corrected By The Colonel Blurb

Miss Cassandra Sheridan is desperate to get married. Not because she is deeply in love, but because her family is deeply in debt. She leaves behind her two younger sisters to care for their ailing father while she heads out to do the only thing she can to secure the future for herself and her family—marry a rich man.
She sets her sights on Lord Owen Tyndall, attractive, rich and gullible. Just when Cassandra is sure a proposal is imminent, Lord Tyndall's cousin, the annoying and attractive Colonel Blaise Sinclair, arrives.
The Colonel is not nearly so easily fooled as his cousin and he is determined to find out the real story behind Miss Cassandra Sheridan's presence at Hadley Hall. If he must employ over the knee discipline to ferret out her plans, then so much the better.
Corrected By The Colonel is an erotic romance that includes explicit sex, rapid fire dialogue, anal play and anal sex all within the confines of proper Regency society. If such topics offend you, please do not buy this book. 



          As though she had not even spoken, he continued to raise her hem. Cool air prickled against parts of her body which had never been bared in such a way, particularly out of doors. Or to a man.  Surely he would stop.
          She squirmed in place as unbidden moisture seeped between her thighs.
          “You have a secret, poppet.” He gathered up her skirts and looped them over her bound hands. The front of her skirt shielded her femininity, but her entire backside was completely exposed. “And I mean to find out what it is.”
           “I have no secrets.” She lied. “If you were any sort of gentleman you would stop what you are doing this instant.”

          “If you were any sort of lady you would not be about to get a spanking.” 

Pre-order your copy today. Click here. 

If you'd like to read a longer excerpt, click here

Spanking Stories Book Club from School's In Session

Happy Friday! This week and next we'll be discussing the books from the School's In Session Boxed Set. The books are available individually for $3.99 each or you can buy all five for $9.99, which is half price.

We'll be talking about the books in the order they appear in the boxed set, so first up....Laying Down The Law by Me!

Blurb: Newly divorced and returning to law school after a twenty year absence, Ali Stewart has just one class to complete before sitting for the bar exam, becoming a lawyer and moving on with her life. She feels out of place with her much younger classmates, but she's determined to succeed and put her ex-husband far in the past.
When she is paired with Griff for the semester, she learns that he even though he is much younger, there is much he can teach her, in and out of the classroom.

Laying Down The Law is an erotic romance which includes spanking, anal sex and graphic sex.  

Inside scoop: The legal case Griff and Ali worked on is based on a case I had in real life. It was very satisfying to expose a big fat liar and I hope that came across in the book.

Questions:

1. Ali, the heroine, is 45 and Griff is 29. Some have called this a cougar romance. I tend to think of Ali as more of a reluctant cougar since Griff is the one who pursues her. What do you think? Is Ali a cougar? How do you define a cougar?
2. One reviewer said that a scene involving Ali's ex-husband pushed her close to her limits. I'll admit that scene was more violent (and unexpected) than my usual. If you've read the book, what did you think of that scene? If you haven't read the book, what are your limits for what makes you feel comfortable? Have those limits changed over time?


Laying Down the Law Buy Links Amazon Blushing Books 


Next Up: Detention With Professor Black by Dinah McLeod

Michelle Johnson has been down on her luck for the past year and life only seems to be getting worse. First, she's diagnosed with cancer, then she loses her job, her apartment and her boyfriend of six years one after the other. Now she has to move back in with the father that abandoned her after her parents' divorce. Life just couldn't get any worse.

That's what she thought, until the only teaching position she can find is Kindergarten - her least favorite! Worse yet, the principal is her old high school crush who doesn't hesitate to punish tardiness with a special kind of detention.


Questions: 

1. Dinah's books often delve into tricky or deeper subjects. In this case, the heroine has just dealt with cancer, although the more troubling issue is her broken relationship with her father. How dark are you willing to go when reading erotica/spanking fiction - do you think any topic can mix successfully? 

2. Confession time: Did you ever get detention when you were in school? If so, why? 

3. Michelle is way down on her luck and who does she run into but her high school crush.  Have you ever run into a former crush or boy/girl friend years later? If so, did they still have the same affect on you or did you look at them and say "what was I thinking?" 

Detention With Professor Black buy links: Amazon  Blushing Books 

Get the whole School's In Session Boxed Set: Amazon  Blushing Books