Don't Miss
Home / Blog (page 100)

Blog

Shared Between Them by Korey Mae Johnson

Considered untouchable by her kin, Kyra has been an outcast all her life. Then two massive, battle-hardened human warriors stride into her woods on a quest to kill a giant and claim a great reward, and after her attempt at petty thievery is foiled, she finds herself stripped naked and soundly spanked. But that is only the beginning, for the ...

Read More »

The Devil of Whiskey Row by Renee Rose

Forced by miserable circumstance to work in a gold rush brothel, Cora Underhill hates what her life has become. When a fire sweeps through, she welcomes death as an end to it all. But then Jake Diggory crashes through her window for an unwelcome rescue, offering her shelter and a paid position at his establishment. She accepts, in spite of ...

Read More »

Taught to Kneel by Natasha Knight

Throughout her life Gabrielle has wanted a strong man to take her in hand, and two years ago her growing need for something her husband could not provide led her to make a terrible mistake which ended her marriage. After his wife cheated on him years ago, Julian learned all about the pain caused by infidelity. When he sees that ...

Read More »

6th-Form Discipline by Jane Fairweather

This book contains eight short stories in which misbehaving English Sixth Form schoolgirls find themselves on the receiving end of the dreaded cane or slipper. Kay’s Birthday On her eighteenth birthday the normally very naughty Kay finds herself in the headmistress’ study for something which was a genuine accident. The Witness Ursula is a mistress at a boarding school which ...

Read More »

A Bride For Ben by Chula Stone

The last thing Ben Tate was expecting to find deep in the Tennessee woods in the middle of winter was a beautiful young woman trying to plant seeds in the frozen ground. When he discovers that she is feverish and delusional, Ben takes her to the home he shares with the rest of the Tate family. After her fever breaks, ...

Read More »

Marked by the Alpha by Adaline Raine

Dani had always been a lone wolf and she had no desire to join a pack, but that didn’t matter to a true alpha wolf like Mason Daniels. When he finds out that human hunters have been threatening Dani, he puts his mark on her. Unfortunately, the hunters are foolish enough to disregard his mark, and Dani is captured. After ...

Read More »

My House, My Rules by Constance Masters

The last thing Jay needs on his first day in his new home is kids climbing over his fence and swimming in his backyard pool unsupervised and without his knowledge or permission. The incident serves as a less than optimal introduction to his next-door neighbor Alex, a beautiful young woman to whom Jay is immediately attracted in spite of, or ...

Read More »

Bend Over, Girl by Kenny Walters

This book contains six short stories from a writer who many will know from magazines and spanking websites. Typically realistic and often based on real-life events, they depict punishments in British girls’ schools with one having a modern Australian setting. Fair’s Fair Two girls are punished by the headmaster for bringing alcohol into the school, but that’s just the start ...

Read More »

The Lady and the Sheriff by Carole Archer

Nineteen-year-old Emma Bell has always wanted to travel the world before settling down, and as a result she has spurned every suitor her father has presented. He is desperate to find a suitable match for his beloved daughter—one who will treat her well, but who is well-off enough to afford the upkeep of the family estate in the English countryside. ...

Read More »