Saturday, February 1, 2014

SATURDAY SPANKINGS.

Good Day all - January is all ready history.  I'm sure many of you in the US are happy to see it go if it takes with it the horribly cold weather and snow.   Super Bowl tomorrow - Go Bronco's. 

I'm setting this up early in the week because I will be traveling.  I may not answer your comments right away but I will get to them.  Maybe my debit card will get a little rest today.  It's still smoking from last week. lol.

This weeks snippet:

She smiled at the thought of Juan coming upstairs just now.  The hell with the old wives tale about the groom seeing the bride before the actual ceremony.  Juan would appreciate seeing her in the lacy bra, panties, and the garter belt holding up her silk stockings. She was wearing high heels and would do a little pirouette to let him get the full view.  Oh, his prim and proper upbringing might kick in initially and he would threaten to take her over his knee if she didn’t behave. Not necessarily a bad thing.  I think I just might have to dawdle a little longer. Nothing like a bride blushing with afterglow she thought to herself.







The above eight sentences follow last week's snippet.  They're out of my latest release Taming Maria.  The story is set in California during the 1940's amidst a backdrop of vineyards and ranches and has two childhood sweethearts destined to become lovers.
The couple face hardship, adventure, personal tragedy and long periods of separation...but there are some things in life worth waiting for.

TAMING MARIA and my other books can be purchased at Amazon and LSF Publications.


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25 comments:

  1. I hope you're enjoying your traveling :) Another wonderful snippet, Leigh

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  2. Oh, wedding spankings are just the best!

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  3. Great snippet! She is bold! LOL this sounds great!
    Stay warm and think of all of us freezing and tromping through the snow!

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    1. Thanks M. Right now I listening to the surf and watching the fog roll in. Delish.

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  4. Hope you are enjoying the travel.

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    1. I hate the travel part but love the destinations.

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  5. I love the blush bride being caused by afterglow. Very delicious.

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  6. Gives new meaning to the term 'blushing bride', Sunny Girl. LOL

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  7. I love the idea of a story set in 1940s California. Sounds so romantic.

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    1. So different than it is today, at least I imagine it is. I know when I lived there back in the early 70's it was a whole different than it is today, so i can just imagine.

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  8. Vineyards and California, reminds me of a trip to Napa Valley. Shall have to drink wine while reading this.
    Bon Voyage.

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    1. Such beautiful country, we get to enjoy each year as our daughter lives close. Definitely tip a glass.

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  9. Goodness Sunny...she is a handful isn't she! Safe travels...hope you don't hit any of the cold, ice or snow!

    Hugs and Blessings...
    Cat

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    1. We had a safe trip Cat and Ray and I are still talking. Okay so we may be biting.
      But right now as I told Minelle, I hear the waves crashing and the fog is rolling in and I am loving it.

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  10. Oh - I think she must have "bride" brain if she thinks he's only going to threaten. Congrats on the new release!

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    1. I think she wants more than the threat, wouldn't you?

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  11. I have a feeling they're going to have a long and happy marriage!

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    1. I think it will be passionate and fiery. Thanks Angie

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  12. Wonderful snippet Sunny. I love the bride blushing with afterglow. Little minx deserves a spanking lol

    Hugs,
    Roz

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  13. Well, I hope little Maria knows what she's doing. I suspect Juan won't make the experience as pleasurable as she thinks it will be if she's making everyone wait. Great snippet, Leigh. Sorry, I had your link pointing to last week's post. It's fixed now and it appears our diligent readers found you anyway....

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