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Saturday Spankings

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Recently, I was listening to smooth jazz from my own collection, when “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight” by David Sanborn and featuring Lizz Wright (of the golden, sexy voice), started playing. That song was the inspiration for Deuce and Pilar finally making love in Deuce’s Dancer. Neither wanted to spend even one more lonely night. I love how music can inspire us.

In this segment, from Deuce’s Dancer, after they’d established their sexy relationship, Pilar is gives an unconscious signal when Deuce mentions a spanking. She says no, but her gesture says something else entirely.

“A good spanking ought to do it.”

A variety of emotions crossed her face. Surprise. Confusion. Her cheeks got a little pink, and her nipples started to harden under her light, summer dress. And then she did something that made his cock twitch. The tip of her tongue snuck out and tested her lip. It was an unconscious gesture, but the sensuality it projected had him by the balls in a heartbeat.

This lady likes spankings.

If you want more of Deuce’s Dancer, I have several pages and character profiles waiting for you. And, of course, the book is available now at Blushing Books, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and All Romance eBooks.

Hop along for more fun!

9 Comments

  1. Bodies don’t lie!! great snippet

  2. I loved the Journey series–such great books. Nice snippet>

  3. Sometimes no doesn’t exactly mean no.

  4. What a giveaway – but he has to be tuned in to spot it. Lovely scene

  5. Sexy as hell – on to the next item

  6. This is such a sensual scene! Excellent snippet from a very sexy book.

  7. Nice physical description of her response.

  8. OH yes, she’s very eager. He read her well. Now for the spanking! Great snippet Trish 🙂

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