Sunday, January 27, 2013

Last #SixSunday

It's a sad day in bloggerville. The last official Six Sentence Sunday. It's been tons of fun to participate and I sincerely appreciate the effort of the coordinators.

I have a feeling that Six Sentence Sunday may be hosted by someone new or in some variation in the future. Until then, I'll continue to post six (or maybe a few more) sentence snippets from my work on Sundays.

I hope you'll visit all the other Six Sentence Sunday-ers this week since it might be your last chance.

As you may have heard, I'm going to be part of an anthology of spanking stories that will be published by Lazy Day Publishing in May, 2013. You can find more details about that book here. My contribution will be a story called Reconnecting which is a continuation of my book Underwear Probation. In Reconnecting, Daisy can't seem to control the time she spends on line. In order to get her focus off the computer and back on their marriage, Reece takes her to a remote resort where they must disconnect in order to reconnect.

In this scene, although Daisy promised Reece she'd shut off the computer and be in bed "in a minute", she spent much longer than that on line. Here's what happens when she finally goes to bed.

Rhythmic breathing from her husband’s side of the bed filled Daisy with a sense of relief. She tip-toed around the room getting ready for bed and slipped between the covers with ninja-like stealth. Snuggled deep in the bed she laid her head on her pillow with a contented sigh and closed her eyes.

A strong arm pulling her back against a hard body got her attention and her eyes flew open. She willed herself to remain calm and contemplated pretending that she’d actually been asleep before Reece reached out for her.

She found herself spooned by her husband who gave her butt a firm squeeze then whispered in her ear, “We’ll talk about your computer habits in the morning.”


  1. Love it, Celeste! I love the tenderness in this scene. Can't wait to read the full story. I imagine a lot of authors get in trouble at home by the amount of time they spend on the computer. My husband and I have had a few discussions...ahem...

    1. Let's just say I haven't had to do a lot of outside research....

  2. I can relate…love the post Celeste.

  3. Please don't give anyone ideas about discussing computer habits.

  4. Looking forward to May! And If my husband decides to read the anthology, I hope he doesn't get any ideas from your story!

  5. Well I can certainly relate! I love these two. They feel like my friends.
    Great six.please break the rules like Ana and post more sixes!


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