Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Blushing Books has rereleased my Corbin’s Bend Valentine’s novella, Unexpected Surprises. In celebration, I’m sharing a snippet from that book today.
As if in answer to her unspoken question, Grant appeared in the doorway, just as quietly and suddenly as he had left. Lainie looked up, curious, but all curiosity fled in utter panic when her eyes fell on the paddle he held in his hand. It was the translucent lexan paddle he had bought several weeks ago. Though he had given her a few swats with it at the end of other spankings as a warning, he hadn’t yet used it to punish her, saying that he was reserving it for serious matters. Apparently, in Grant’s mind, this qualified as a serious matter. Lainie went cold at the thought. The warnings had been quite enough. That thing was evil incarnate.
To see where, Grant and Lainie’s story began, pick up Learning to Live Again.
Learning to Live Again
Corbin's Bend Season Two - Book 9
About This Book
Tired of increasing chaos in his family life and the distance that is growing between him and his wife, Lainie, Grant Taylor decides the only way to save his marriage is to get back to the domestic discipline lifestyle he grew up with. When he finds Corbin’s Bend on the Internet, he is certain it is the perfect place for them to start over.
Exhausted and tired of juggling everything herself, Lainie reluctantly agrees to her husband’s suggestion. However, she is new to the lifestyle and more than a little uncertain about it. To make matters worse, their 15-year-old daughter Kathleen is convinced they had moved her into some kind of weird spanking cult. She is miserable and not at all shy about letting everybody know it.
Will moving to Corbin’s Bend be their saving grace, or will it be the final straw that tears them apart?