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No star-crossed lovers here, just five couples guided by some unseen hand to find affection and acceptance. Some have known each other just weeks or months, others for fifteen years or more, but for... More > each there is some barrier to understanding. How can a spanking remove that barrier? In different ways for different people. Amid a tentative friendship formed during a summer job, the careful negotiations of young married couples, the disruptive influence of serious illness, or the fond reminiscence of a middle-aged mother, each spanking sparks conversations and reflections, sometimes in unlikely directions. For each, the signs of romance are in the air. For adults only. NOTE: The cover image, left, is a distorted version mandated by Lulu.com. The actual book cover is attractive and clear.< Less
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Any long-distance relationship has its difficulties, but for Susan Markham, still singed from a divorce years past, the separation from the new man in her life allows doubts and insecurities to grow.... More > Ty Reynolds is determined not to let this new relationship fall apart, though, and plans a romantic getaway to reconnect. Is that enough, or will he have to take stronger measures? (Adult content, including semi-consensual spanking)< Less
A First Time for Everything: Under the Desk and Other Stories
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There’s something very special about first times. When that first is a spanking at the hands of a lover, the sensations and memories are especially vivid. Meet five strong women and the men who... More > spank them. Kelly silently craves the contact in “Under the Desk.” Andrea is appalled at the idea in “Tenth Reunion.” And Connie, well, poor Connie just never sees it coming in “Games People Play.” A discussion of football rituals spurs more intimate contact for one woman and her sports-mad boyfriend in “Unnecessary Roughness,” and an eavesdropper unintentionally surfaces the idea in “Hear No Evil.” There’s a first time for everything. Bonus stories: Readers may recognize “Under the Desk” and “Hear No Evil” from Kathryn Jay's early writings in Forum posts. These two stories have been edited and reformatted for your reading pleasure. For adults only. The cover image, left, is a distorted version mandated by Lulu. The actual book cover is attractive and clear.< Less
Stand Up All the Way
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Prickly and sarcastic, Erin has made keeping people at arm's length an art form. A disastrous first marriage left her with nothing but bitter memories… and a son she adores. She has no time... More > for or interest in another man in her life. But a weekend caving trip puts Erin in intimate range of Cokely Tanner, a man with a devastating smile and a confident manner she finds unexpectedly beguiling. He is gentle and responsible and fair. But will Erin be able to handle Tanner's version of fairness when it includes spanking?< Less
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