Wednesday, September 16, 2015

It's not Saturday Spanking Today


I rarely do midweek posts on this blog.  If I do, it's usually to showcase another author's book.  Today, it's all about me.  Selfish huh?  Seriously, I just wanted to let everyone know that LSF Publications has just released another of my short stories.  It's titled The Hired Hand and is available for the bargain basement price of just .99 cents.


While you're there, and if you haven't already done so, why not get a copy of The Doctor and Her Rancher, or one of my other titles? It's one stop shopping at LSF, one click and you get whatever version you need, MOBI, PDF and on and on.  Come on get that exercise,"Work that finger."





Saturday, September 12, 2015

SEPTEMBER SATURDAY SPANKINGS



Another week just flew by.  How did that happen?  The scary part is that this year is almost three quarters gone and I just got used to thinking 2015.

The Doctor and Her Rancher is my latest release.  It's the story of Lauren Bancroft, a 35 year old doctor who wants out of LA and Trace Connors, a rancher and town councilman who is looking for a new doctor to replace Carsonville's  current retiring physician.  Lauren and Trace are two independent people with different opinions and how they come together in life and love.


Last week, the scene took place the morning after Lauren's arrival in Carsonville. This week we're continuing after Trace has returned.  Lauren has fixed breakfast for them. After breakfast and a visit from Trace's sister and nephews, Lauren begins to clean the kitchen and Trace tells her to sit, he'll take care of it.

"Sit.  You cooked, I'll clean.  She ignored him and continued loading the dishwasher.  He twisted the towel and swatted her behind.  "Do I have to treat you the way I treat the boys to get their attention?"
She giggled, not knowing how else to react.  Her body knew how to respond, though, she felt a sudden dampness between her legs.  Not sure if she should sit or continue cleaning, she chose to sit.

"Good girl," I don't know you well enough to take this further."  Another tingle in her nether regions.

Take this further, whatever could he mean?  Want to know you can find out by clicking the link below.


Available in all digital formats at LSF Publications.

***Just learned that one of my short stories, The Hired Help, is now available for purchase. It's .99 cents and a steal.

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Saturday, September 5, 2015

September SaturdaySpankings



I can't believe I'm saying this, but it's the last big weekend of the summer, at least here in the US. For you folks down under, it's all ahead of you - lucky folks.  I hope your summer goes slower than ours. I blinked and almost missed it.

The Doctor and Her Rancher is my latest release.  It's the story of Lauren Bancroft, a 35 year old doctor who wants out of LA and Trace Connors, a rancher and town councilman who is looking for a new doctor to replace Carsonville's  current retiring physician.  Lauren and Trace are two independent people with different opinions and how they come together in life and love.


Today's scene takes place the morning after Lauren's arrival in Carsonville. If you want a refresher, click here.  She has spent the night in one of the guest bedrooms in the main house.  When she wakes and comes downstairs there's a note from Trace telling her to make herself welcome and he'll return. When he does, she volunteers to fix them both breakfast.


He watched as she gathered what she needed.  She was a beautiful woman, tall and willowy and natural, comfortable in her own skin.  Lip gloss the only discernible makeup to his untrained eye.  Her long brown hair was pulled back in a high ponytail, sweeping back and forth like a clock pendulum as she moved around the kitchen. Each time she moved, she left a floral scent in her wake. He noticed she bit her lip as she concentrated on mixing the batter and he realized he wanted to go over and kiss her. ‘Where is this coming from?’ he said to himself. ‘She’s my tenant and the town doctor, not my girlfriend. Still, we got along great last evening; she’s bright, witty and looks like she knows her way around a kitchen. Wow, Trace, that’s sexist.’  He’d been so busy ruminating about Dr. Lauren Bancroft and he didn’t realize she asked him if he wanted more coffee.



“No, I’m okay,” he finally answered and swore he heard her mumble, ‘yes you are.' He smirked and thought that maybe he wasn’t alone in the possible romance department.


Available in all digital formats at LSF Publications.

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Thursday, September 3, 2015

The Ways of the West-A Visit with Kelly Dawson

Today, another Western Romance writer is visiting.  We do love our cowboys, don't we?  They seem to represent all that is good, strong, sexy, independent, romantic and a couple more adjectives too. Besides which the best ones don't hesitate to take care of naughty bottoms.  Johnny is one of those cowboys as Kelly Dawson tells us in her latest novel The Ways of the West. 




Orphaned by an attack on her family’s wagon train, Jessica finds herself stranded a thousand miles from Boston, the only home she has ever known. Only one man—a rough, dusty cowboy named Johnny—stands between her and the perils of the west, and he quickly makes it clear that he is ready to do whatever needs to be done to keep Jessica safe, whether she likes it or not.

When the unlikely pair stumble upon a cattle drive and they are both offered employment, Johnny doesn’t hesitate to accept. But after Jessica loudly expresses her disdain for his plan and for cowboys in general, Johnny decides it is time for drastic action. After a hard, embarrassing spanking followed by a tearful apology to the trail boss, Jessica is left with a sore backside and a strange yet undeniably powerful need to be held close and comforted by her handsome protector.

With Johnny by her side—and claiming an ever bigger place in her heart with each passing day—Jessica begins to adjust to life on the trail. But a cattle drive is a dangerous place for anyone, let alone a city girl with a penchant for disobedience. If he ever wants the chance to make Jessica his wife, Johnny knows he’s going to have to take her firmly in hand before she gets herself hurt or killed. Even if it means a painful, humiliating bare-bottom strapping she’ll never forget, one way or another he’ll teach her the ways of the west.

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Author Bio:  Kelly Dawson loves anything to do with horses, rodeos and cowboys, and loves to get lost in a good book. She lives literally at the bottom of the world in the South Island of New Zealand, with her husband, four kids, a dog and a cat.

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