I’m going to ignore this silliness about it being the last Six Sunday. Whatever. It’s not happening. For those of us who write spanking fiction, there will be a new Saturday Spanking to continue the fun. If you don’t write spanking fiction, now’s a good time to start. And/or I will be posting snippets on Sundays, so it’s not the end.
Stop sniffling. It’s not over. Now stop getting sentimental or I’ll spank you all.
This snippet (so it’s more than six sentences…it’s the last Sunday and I can break the rules if I want) shows Mira’s first “spanking”. Last week’s snippet showed her begging not to be spanked, but her tutor insisted that it was better to get the first time over with so she wouldn’t obsess. Mira got her way and then obsessed for the full week. At her next lesson, some friendly teasing turns into something more serious.
“It’s still me,” she says softly. “This doesn’t change how I feel about you. Or our work together.”
“Th-thank you,” I stammer incoherently. In answer, the pen flicks against my palms a second time.
“Don’t be afraid,” she tells me. “You have no reason to fear. I’m on your side.”
For the briefest moment, I wonder if being struck —but it seems too harsh a word—is too small a price to pay for receiving her seemingly limitless love. I’m almost ready to ask her to give it to me. Almost.
Mira thought she wanted a spanking. What she got was love.
On her own for the first time, Mira is studying abroad for her translator’s certificate. Unfortunately, the heady excitement of dance clubs, late-night parties, and endless shopping quickly distracts her from her educational goals. Mira’s advisor offers her private tutoring with a womanly touch, but the combined pressures of culture and language difference threaten Mira’s progress at school. She is unable to get her act together until she makes a discovery that horrifies and tantalizes her: in her new country, corporal punishment is a way of life. The secret to her academic success just might also fulfill her wildest, unspoken dreams.
Sexy. Seductive. Dangerous. A compelling and poignant read.