Friday, January 16, 2015

Spanking Stories Book Club: Caught & Punished by Caia Fox

This month I am featuring spanking books that are available through Kindle Unlimited. Kindle Unlimited is a program where you pay a monthly fee and then can borrow an unlimited number of books which are enrolled in the program. Not all books on Amazon are in Kindle Unlimited, but I've found enough to keep me entertained.  I am not getting a kickback from Amazon. I just like the program. You can learn more here.

One of the things I like about Kindle Unlimited is that it's a risk free way to try out new authors so when I saw Caught & Punished by Caia Fox I gave it a try. It was a fun read and I'm excited to share it with all of you. You can see more of her titles (many available on Kindle Unlimited) here.

Here's the blurb:  Love derailed by games that go too far… 
Product Details
When Paul started punishing his wife Lizzie and commanding her to obey his requests, their love life shot through the stratosphere. She loved the tone of voice he used on her and the naughty, wicked things he made her do, and his strict discipline even helped her with her writing career. She’d never been happier. 

But then their secret was discovered by his arrogant boss… 

This is the complete story of Paul and Lizzie in one volume. It's a short read at 10,000 words just right for a sexy bedtime (or anytime!) read. 

This book is not for children due to mature themes and language. If you are offended by erotic descriptions of spanking, voyeurism, exhibitionism and sex between consenting married adults, this love story is not for you. 

Here are some discussion questions: 

1. Lizzie is a writer and her husband incorporates discipline to encourage her writing. How many of you would get more writing done if there was the threat of a spanking at the end of the day? How many of you would do less, just to get the spanking? 

2. Paul and Lizzie incorporate a web-cam into their daily routine. During lunch or breaks at work, Paul would connect to Lizzie on the web-cam and order her to take off her top and bra and fondle her breasts and sometimes order to her stay that way until she'd written another 1,000 words. How might that affect your creativity? 

3. One day Paul is enjoying the Lizzie show on his phone and his nasty boss catches him...and watches. At the risk of losing his job, Paul allows his boss to watch again, without Lizzie's knowledge. What do you think? How would you feel if your husband was sharing your private performances with someone else? 

4. I don't want to give any more spoilers, but eventually Lizzie knows she's being watched by more than just Paul and it turns her on. How about you? Is exhibitionism something that turns you on? What's the appeal? 

Thanks for joining the conversation. Next week we'll be talking about Little Katelyn's Diary by Leena Darling. 

Friday, January 23  Little Katelyn's Diary by Leena Darling

Friday, January 30 
A Taste of Discipline by Casey McKay

Friday, February 6  
Reasonable Doubts by Cara Bristol
Friday, February 13 Life's Unexpected Gifts by Livia Grant
Friday, February 20 The Bishop's First Bride by Rayanna Jamison

Friday, February 27 Mob Mistress by Renee Rose


  1. Thanks for featuring my book. I'm happy to answer any questions about the story.

    I'm just going to read it myself again as it's a few months since I wrote that one. I try to write a new short story every week or so these days, and I can just remember the bare outline of them after a while.

    Just in case you were wondering, Mr. Fox really doesn't have anything to do with my productivity though sometimes I could do with that kind of "encouragement" to get me started when the words don't come easily :)

    Caia x

  2. Good morning everyone! I'm going to answer my own questions because I know you're all dying to know what I think. (ha!)

    1. I think it might motivate me to get more done. It could be fun to try. Maybe I'll mention this to Mr. Jones.

    2. I think that knowing that at any moment my husband might show up on the web cam demanding a show would be very titilating. Anticipation is so yummy, I think that might be more fun than the actual act, but I could be wrong.

    3. I was horrified that Paul allowed his boss to watch. I wanted him to get up and punch the guy for watching. But then I thought about it some more and it made it seem more realistic (though we often read for fantasy) because Paul needed the job, in part because they had given up Lizzie's income for her to stay home and write. Still didn't love that Paul let him watch, but it made me think.

    4. I think the idea of exhibitionism is appealing. Whether the reality is as exciting, I don't know. Or if I did, I wouldn't tell you guys. :)

  3. 1. I'm pretty disciplined about my writing, so I would not need to be disciplined to do it.
    2. That would be a distraction from the writing I've been ordered to do, wouldn't it?
    3. That would be such a huge, huge violation of trust. Totally unacceptable.
    4. I think exhibitionism as a fantasy is sexy. In reality, for me personally, uh, no.

    The book does sound interesting, and it's on my TBR list.

  4. Happy Friday! I've got Caught and Punished on my TBR list, and I'm excited for all the KU books you are hosting, Celeste, since I'm now a member.

    1. Interesting question. How about a spanking as a reward for getting all my writing done? :) I think that would be a better motivator for me.

    2. I get really annoyed by the littlest interruption when I'm writing. If my husband calls me during the day to check in and I'm in the middle of a scene, I confess I'm sometimes short with him on the phone. So I don't think the sexy web cam thing would work for me at all, LOL.

    3. This would be a difficult breach of trust to recover from.

    4. I sometimes like reading exhibition scenes but I don't think it could ever get me excited in real life.

    1. Glad you're enjoying KU. I need to post more books since there are so many. Lazy Blogger...sigh.

  5. I just signed up for KU myself too. There is so much to read on there I wonder if it puts people off buying books outside it. I'm like a kid with new toys at Christmas not knowing what to play with next.

    Re Q3: breach of trust. I felt a bit icky about it when I wrote that bit about giving into blackmail. I think Paul thought he had no other options, but at least he couldn't stomach it for long. Women are often more resourceful in a crisis that threatens their relationship it seems to me, so I had Lizzie find a solution in this story :)

    1. I agree about KU. I had been spending a ton on books so KU has helped with that and I have also been sampling a wider range of books than I would have if I had to pay for each one. I do wonder if it will affect sales of books not in the program. I think that Amazon recommends KU books more frequently than other books.

      I suppose that if Paul had punched his boss in the face and then quit, the story would have ended there. :)

    2. Most stories would be a lot duller (or not exist at all) if people did what was expected/sensible/logical/the right thing all the time :)


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