Lighting the Way (Kat’s ice cream, part three): #Satspanks, #Wewriwa, and #Seductive SnS

Welcome to Saturday Spankings, Seductive Studs and Sirens, and Weekend Writing Warriors!

In preparation for Kat’s birthday bash on June 6th (click here to read the details and find out how you can join!), I’ll be showing a three-part preview of Lighting the Way, Kat and Natalie Volume Two. (This is the sequel to The Way Home.)

Today’s sneak peek continues after Kat has eaten the last of Natalie’s ice cream and flaunts her snitching after Natalie arrives home from work. Part two showed Natalie’s response. Can’t imagine what that might have been, can you? :)

Miss Kat gets what she bargained for, plus a bit more. What is that “bit more”? Come back next week to find out.

I give an exaggerated shriek as she tugs my sweatpants and panties down to spank my bottom to a toasty glow within minutes.

“Ow!” she exclaims, shaking her hand. “That stings!”

“Like I’m feeling sorry for you—OUCH!”

Natalie has somehow managed to reach one of the wooden spoons she likes to keep everywhere, and she spanks merrily away.

“I’m scared!” I howl. “I’m scared of the spoon. so we should throw it away.”

“Not a chance,” Natalie says easily as the spoon finds its target over and over again. “You’re the one who said you wanted things back to normal.”

 

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Lighting the Way (Kat and Natalie, Volume Two)

College roommates, best friends, and family. Can Kat and Natalie find a way to stay together…without killing each other?

Kat Astra knows one thing: everything is her fault. A dead-end job. A fear of confrontation. An inability to speak up when necessary. Desertion of her best friend in her time of need.

Natalie Mestecom knows one thing too: everything Kat does is Natalie’s fault. The relationship rule is simple; Kat has problems, and Natalie fixes them. But what worked in adolescence becomes more complicated with adulthood, and new developments in their relationship challenge these roles. Kat is no longer sure whether she is willing to be disciplined according to Natalie’s rules, and Natalie is no longer sure whether she is worthy of Kat’s trust.

Can Natalie allow herself to be vulnerable? Can Kat believe in her own strength? Can Natalie believe in Kat’s strength? How will they, each in their own way, learn to move beyond guilt and blame in order to forge a new relationship together? In order to make peace with themselves and each other, Kat and Natalie reconnect with family, re-visit memories of their past, and make plans for taking steps forward in the future. To light their way home.

 

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28 thoughts on “Lighting the Way (Kat’s ice cream, part three): #Satspanks, #Wewriwa, and #Seductive SnS

  1. krblake says:

    Oh no, not the wooden spoon! I’m with Kat on that one. It’s not fair, although I hope Kat considers eating all the ice cream worth the sore derriere she’s going to have. Great snippet, Ana.

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  2. Natasha Knight says:

    I can’t look at wooden spoons (or many other every day kitchen utensils) the same way anymore. I’m with Kat – throw it away and buy a proper paddle so I can go back to kitchen stores in peace!

    Curse you, Anastasia Vitsky!

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  3. Joseph McNamara says:

    After all the humor and fun “we” have with wooden spoons, your snippet today finally brings home the reality. Feelings and emotions on both the characters parts flavored with the real intensity of “that” spoon… and the love/hate relationship is so compelling too…✔

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  4. bentalice says:

    Ah, the wooden spoon! I like that spanking, and I’m with Cara on this one: a toasty glow is a nice image, especially when combined with a kitchen implement. Nicely done!

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  5. Julie says:

    “I’m scared” is a very nice, if half-hearted, try by Kat. And OF COURSE Natalie’s concern would be that her *hand* stings. Beautifully done, Ana!

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  6. Sarah W says:

    That last line is terrific: “You’re the one who said you wanted things back to normal.”

    I know from their POV, this is a simple statement, but to those of us outside their relationship dynamic, it raises a grin.

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  7. Maren Smith says:

    Ouch! Oh no, no, no! Not the spoon! I love the easy, almost effortless dynamic between these two. Natalie takes Kat’s sassy-tendencies in stride and it never diminishes her authority.

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