Journey In The Spring – FREE Here Now
With that in mind, I’m going to entertain you for a while longer within the Journey Family. Two more books are resident at The Woodshed (books 5 & 6), but in the meantime, I’m offering this free short story to amuse you and give you a little more Journey to love. This story, presented in two chapters (by permission of Blushing Books), is called “Journey In The Spring.” It’s meant to go between Journey Family book 3 (Spanking Her Highness) and book 4 (Deuce’s Dancer), but it’s not a spoiler if you haven’t read those yet.
Please bear in mind: this story is intended for adults. If you are not a legal adult in your jurisdiction, you should not progress further at this site. “Journey In The Spring” is a M/F, erotic, spanking romance, set in rural Texas.
Here’s the blurb:
Bringing back central characters in the Journey Family Series, here’s a little slice of Ace Journey’s first Easter with his new wife Gabriella. They’re trying to reach some agreement on whether to start their family sooner or later. Ace says later, while Gabby says sooner.
Of course, Gabby earns herself some spankings for making his life rough while they’re trying to work this out. She has some crazy notion that withdrawing from sex with him is going to make him come to her way of thinking. Ace has other thoughts on the matter.
In the meantime, Queenie Journey’s fiery temper gets her into hot water with her husband, Will Mazie. They have new twins, christened just before Easter, and she’s feeling the stress. When she snaps at Will and calls him names, he decides to take her in hand and relieve some of that tension with a spanking that leaves her limp as a dishrag and much more calm.
Ace and Queenie navigate the treacherous waters of their relationships with their respective spouses in that Journey way—with grit—and their loving family is there to support them as they move through new beginnings in the springtime.
And if you haven’t been following the Journey Family, I’d like to encourage you to start. Take a look at the list of books, view the trailer, read the various blurbs on the book pages, and jump right in. Each book can stand alone.
Now, without further ado, I present “Journey In The Spring.”