Friday, May 16, 2014

A natural spanker #SatSpanks

Professor John Dunn, in my new Corbin's Bend book, Sarah's Tutorial, is a natural spanker, as he reminds himself on his long drive from the East Coast to Colorado:
It did go deep for him. Somewhere around Iowa, he began to go over, in his mind's eye, all the scenes he had played with Joanna and Miriam, critiquing his performance as a Dominant and thinking about the new possibilities about to open for him in Corbin's Bend. He remembered what it felt like to have Joanna's bottom under his hand for the very first time, after he had said, in a voice that sounded strange in his ears then–soft, but not tentative despite the slight quaver in it (he had no quaver now), "I think you'd better get over my lap, you naughty girl." 
Joanna had started to pull down her jeans then, but he had had the presence of mind to stop her and to say, "I'll tell you when to do that." In a certain sense, his life had begun at that moment, when he saw the look in her eyes that made him think that he probably was, after all, as he had thought since he could remember thinking about anything, a natural at this.
Here's the blurb! Buy it at Amazon here!
When Professor John Dunn moves to Corbin's Bend, hoping to live the spanking-centered BDSM lifestyle for which he has always yearned, he gets more than he bargained for when his brilliant student Sarah Harshaw sets out to seduce him. Sarah, in turn, gets much more than she bargained for when she finds herself taken in hand, and loving it. 
Both John and Sarah know that their torrid D/s relationship is wrong, but both also know that they have found in the other a true partner not just erotically, but intellectually as well. Will their love survive the trials that inevitably befall it when Sarah's parents find out, and confront John? Can Sarah convince John that she knew what she was doing when she entered his office even though wearing his collar wasn't in her game-plan?
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  1. Bought and finished this book yesterday! I am so sad this place doesn't really exist.

  2. I agree with PK- I would totally move there!

  3. Downloaded last evening but haven't had a chance to read. I agree with your other two commenters. Corbin's Bend is the place to be for people like us.

  4. John Dunn and Sarah definitely belong in Corbin's Bend. They're naturals.

  5. Oh, he is a natural at this! It's so easy to see how Sarah fell for him. I loved Sarah's Tutorial.