Saturday, May 16, 2015

WooHoo SaturdaySpanks is Here



Welcome back to the SS weekly blog hop.  Annie & Jace: the broken wheel keeps turning, is my latest release. 



Love this banner LSF made for me

Annie was just 18 when Jace first encountered her in Pickin’ Pete’s Bar and Grill.  Using a false ID and feeling the effects of too much tequila, she was attracting the wrong kind of attention when Jace offers to drive her home.  Little did she know then just how much he would feature in her life.

Annie and Jace go on to live their separate lives. Time passes and Jace comes to the Tulsa area looking to purchase a ranch of his own.  He spies someone coming out of the cafĂ© that looks like the girl he met many years before.  No longer a girl, but a woman he realizes he wants to know better.

This is their story – past and present and what they hope for the future.

 This scene follows last week's SS snippet.  Jace has brought Annie back into the club after the scene in the parking lot and tries to sober her up a bit.


Drink the coffee!!!”  He told her in an authoritative voice. She pushed the mug away.

“Girl, I’ve taken about all the nonsense I’m going to take from you.  Now you either drink the coffee, or I’m going to take you over my knee and spank that spunky little bottom of yours right here.”

“You wouldn’t dare.  You touch me, and I’m calling the police.”

“I would dare, now drink the damn coffee.”

“No!!!”  He pulled her across his hip and spanked her bottom six times amid her hoots and hollers.  People reacting to the commotion were doing some hooting and hollering of their own, enjoying the show and urging him to continue the spanking. He let her up, “Now go ahead and call the police.”  She sputtered and spewed but didn’t use her phone, nor did she drink the coffee.

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24 comments:

  1. Stubborn and feisty. No doubt that's exactly the way Jace likes his women. Love the snippet, Leigh.

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    1. Thanks Kathryn. Love feisty gals too and any man worth his salt does too.

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  2. Hi Sunny, love the banner! Great snippet, I love your feisty heroines :) Didn't think she would call the police :)

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Thanks, can't take any credit. My publisher, LSF does that for me.
      Glad you liked the snippet.

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  3. I like heroines who are spunky and "don't take it lying down."

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    1. Me too, Cara. I don't know how to write a shrinking violet.

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  4. If all people were sane and reasonable - I think most relationships should begin like this! Great snippet, great book!

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    1. Life would be boring though, don't you think? lol

      Thanks PK

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  5. Now that's a fun restart to a relationship. :) Love second chance stories. Great snippet, Leigh.

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  6. Sounds like I'm not the only one who likes a feisty heroine!

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  7. Hi Sunny, I loved this, Annie is definitely a strong and stubborn character, so there will be a lot for Jace to deal with. Great snippet, thank you for sharing.

    hugs

    Nina

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    1. As always NiNa, thanks for stopping by.

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  8. I like feisty heroines! Off to go one-clicking...

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    1. I know all about that one-clicking. Thanks.

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  9. Wow, I guess he surprised her. Love the interaction between them.

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    1. Thanks Livia. They are good together.

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  10. Ohh she's a feisty one! Sounds like a great book!

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    1. I have received some terrific feedback, so that's good.

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  11. Love spunky and spirited heroines. Sounds like a winner :)

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