Mira wants a spanking: #Satspanks, #SnippetSunday, #SeductiveSnS, and #Wewriwa

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

This week’s snippet is a peek at Desire in Any Language, my second book and possibly my favorite. Possibly. 🙂 Mira, a young adult studying abroad in Asia, yearns for the intimacy of spanking but hesitates from the grown-up commitment such a relationship requires. This is a story of coming of age, coming out, and coming to terms with a need so deep that it almost is undefinable with words.

 

And yet the human body needs touch, needs intimacy…and a part of me longs for intimacy in this way. Not lust. Love. I want to feel someone’s hand on my bottom, the striking sharp blows of flesh against flesh, straining against something bigger than me. Implacable and restraining and loving, holding me while making me cry. Someone who will let me fight against and draw away and protest, let me fight until the bad feelings are all washed away by pain and tears and the lovely warm throbbing afterward. Kisses and cuddles and stroking me as I cry with abandon. I am left to wonder if I want too much.

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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, 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 poignant and compelling read.

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37 thoughts on “Mira wants a spanking: #Satspanks, #SnippetSunday, #SeductiveSnS, and #Wewriwa

  1. Kathryn R. Blake says:

    The desire to want to protest and struggle against something or even someone to no avail exists in a lot of us. We want someone to protectively restrain us while we rail against the unfairness and injustice of life with the knowledge that when we’re done, we’ll be safe, still cared for and loved. Very well said, Ana.

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  2. S.J. Maylee says:

    I love the title and I’m in love with this sentence –> Someone who will let me fight against and draw away and protest, let me fight until the bad feelings are all washed away by pain and tears and the lovely warm throbbing afterward.

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  3. Grace Mere says:

    Reading this at the moment and cannot put it down, it really captures something, I don’t know what it is but its pure genius. Can’t wait for the sequel.

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