Welcome! This post is part of the Weekend Writing Warriors blog hop. The following is a small segment of my first spanking romance novella, Kiki’s Millionaire (blurb and extended excerpt available from this link). It was published in 2010 as a serial, and later as a normal book through Blushing Books, Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
In this segment, Kiki is out on her first date with the prosperous and popular, Jim Chesterfield. Unfortunately, she’s got a bit of a potty mouth, and Jim has warned her numerous times that it’s a lousy habit to be in. He’s even threatened a spanking. At dinner, Kiki makes something of a spectacle of herself.
“You’re acting like a spoiled little girl.”
“You’re acting like a fucking pompous jackass.”
His frown deepened and he slid out of the booth, dragging her by the arm. “You deserve a spanking. Into the car. Now.”
“You wouldn’t dare,” she hissed.
“Oh, but I do dare.”
Of course, she’ll be given the choice of a spanking or a ride home with no further contact. Jim is hunky, rich, and a truly nice guy. Which do you think she’ll choose?
You can pick up a copy of Kiki’s Millionaire at these fine retailers:
Blushing Books, Amazon.com, and Barnes & Noble.
Hello, everyone. I’m publishing a new BDSM short story today. It tells the tale of Ross Adler, the prickly private eye from Master of Two. Ross is a hard man who has lived a hard life. He’s the ultimate bad boy. His BDSM Dominance is a huge influence in his life, often putting him at loggerheads with Kevin Watson, the hero/protagonist in Master of Two and “Kevin: A Man of Discipline” (another BDSM short story on my site). Ross and Kevin must set out on a mission together to rescue one of Kevin’s submissives, and they get along like oil and water.
Ross’s story is for adults only, like any of my BDSM stories here. The purpose of the stories is to entice you to buy their adventure book (Master of Two). I hope you want to know more about these characters, their relationships, and their time together.
This particular short story was first made available to subscribers to my newsletter/blog. They’ve had a month to enjoy the story before I published it here for the general public. If you’d like such an advantage, and the opportunity to win prizes for subscribers only (including free books on occasion), sign up —->.
And now I leave you with, “Ross: Unpredictable.”