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If you like Saturday morning stories with a touch of discipline, #SatSpanks is the blog hop for you. We are a listing of published authors who write domestic discipline (or the like) books and attempt to make a living from it. On a Saturday, we take eight lines from our work and post it for you to read.
Come in and stay a moment, read my excerpt for this weekend and then scroll down to the list at the bottom to see the other participants.
excerpt from my latest book, "The Shortlist"
In this excerpt from my latest book, ''The Shortlist'', Alice James has already been pulled up on her obvious dislike of her Uncle Bennett's new charge, Elisabeth. Bennett brings Elisabeth to Waldorf Manor to have dinner to get the girls acquainted. Elisabeth is not warmly received by Alice for various reasons; Elisabeth is also not regressed. She is allowed to remain nineteen years old whilst Alice is eighteen and has been regarded at ten years old for almost a year. She also doesn't take kindly having to share attention.
After dinner and a firm warning from her father, Brayden, about being hospitable and polite to Elisabeth, they are sent upstairs in an effort to give them time to acquaint. Alice acts very arrogant toward Elisabeth and she questions her. Alice clearly tells Elisabeth why they can't get along and she responds by telling Alice quite plainly that Brayden made a mistake when he chose to adopt Alice (Brayden and Alice's story unfolds in "The Solicitation", book I in the Waldorf Manor series). She responds by slapping Elisabeth and a physical fight most unexpectedly breaks out. The butler hears from the corridor and alerts Brayden and Bennett, who intervene.
Alice’s heart was pounding as Brayden held her around the waist, her feet hanging in the air. He only placed her on the ground after the room fell silent. He then removed his belt.
“Uncle Bennett’s study. Now,” Brayden said, keeping his tone calm as he folded the belt in half. Elisabeth’s eyes shot up to Bennett and she realised just how much trouble they were in.
“Sir -” Elisabeth started.
“Bite your tongue. You’re next,” Brayden said, following a silent and sullen Alice as she put her head down and quickly left Elisabeth’s bedroom.
Bennett snapped his finger toward the nearest corner. “Face the wall and do not move,” he told Elisabeth, abruptly.
Can you guess just how much trouble they get in?? Let me assure you - ALOT. But I'm afraid I've run out of my allotted eight lines so if you want to know what happens and who falls in love at the end, click below to purchase and read! And of course, your reviews are most appreciated.
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