Cal and Jenny have a nearly idyllic marriage. Could that be changing? Pat, Cal’s former lover, has moved back to town and she wouldn’t mind giving it another try with Cal. She feels he can’t be serious about this little twit he married so quickly. Pat feels that once Cal realizes she offers him a better option, he’ll choose her. But soon mysterious things begin happening to Pat. Is someone trying to run her out of town? Could that someone be Jenny? Cassie and the whole river family try to keep Jenny occupied and out of trouble, but suspicions just go from bad to worse. Both Jenny and Pat want Cal and they’re willing to fight for him. How dirty will this fight get?
Publisher’s Note: This steamy contemporary romance contains elements of power exchange.
Cal went in, expecting to find Jenny in the kitchen. She wasn’t there and a quick look around told him she wasn’t in the house. Stepping back out, he noted that both her car and the bike were where they belonged.
“Jenny,” he called. No answer. He trotted over to the small cabin where they’d lived comfortably until they’d gotten the house built. She wasn’t there and Cal could feel his frustration and annoyance growing. He shouted for her again as he went back to the house and finally spotted her down on the dock. He quickly strode down the gently sloping hill to the river. Jenny stood with her back to him.
“Why didn’t you answer me?” Cal asked.
Jenny ignored the question and continued to watch the river.
“You’re starting to make me mad,” Cal told her, trying to keep his voice calm. He came
around in front of her and held her shoulders so she couldn’t turn away.
“Jenny, how on earth could you think for a minute that I’d be interested in another woman
when I’ve got you?”
Jenny said nothing. After a moment, she looked up into Cal’s face. Her face was grim and
unsmiling. Without giving any warning of her intentions, she punched him in the ribs with such force that he grunted and bent over slightly, grabbing his middle. Then, Jenny, still filled with intense anger, shoved him so hard that he landed in the water. She was nearly as surprised as Cal was with what she’d done. She spun and ran toward the house.
Cal was ready to explode as he sloshed from the water and ran toward Jenny. As he quickly caught up, he grabbed her, tossed her over his shoulder and continued toward the house with Jenny yelling at him every step of the way, “You bastard, son-of-a-bitch, mother-fu…”
Jenny received a hard swat, which cut off her cursing momentarily. With her still over his shoulder, Cal paused in the kitchen to grab a towel and dry his phone before heading to the bedroom. He took Jenny to the armless chair and quickly placed her across his lap. Her shouting and cursing had resumed.
He wasted no time pulling her shorts and panties down to her knees and began with such a harsh hand, Jenny was no longer able to shout but was nearly gasping for breath. Cal was angry but very much in control. After ten extremely hard swats, he paused.
“Are you ready to talk about this like two sensible people?” he asked.
Jenny was dangling over his lap, a spanking position she particularly hated. One hand was helping her keep her balance. With the other, she grabbed Cal’s leg and pinched viciously.
Cal jerked his leg away. “Fine,” he shouted. “I can go as long as you like!”
About PK Corey
I’ve been intrigued by spanking stories since before I first saw Ricky spank Lucy. Stories of this nature were hard to come by before the Internet and the ones I found were a little harsh on discipline and very much lacking in love. So, I made up my own stories and enjoyed these in my head for years. I finally began writing them down. Although the lovely women in my stories are spanked often, the love between them and their men is the most vital part of their lives together.
I don’t think of myself as a writer so much as a storyteller. I don’t churn out books nearly as fast as perhaps my readers would like. My stories are told to me by my characters and I pass them along. I write what I’ve always wanted to read about – dominant men, strong women, intense love and loyal friendships. My Cassie’s Space series is about a mature couple who are deeply in love. Despite adoring Cassie’s free-spirited ways, Tom is determined to keep her safe, even if it takes a trip over his knee to do it. And with her friend and accomplice Sue by her side, a trip over his knee is very likely. The Cal’s Law series is about a younger couple. Though from very different backgrounds, Cal and Jenny are drawn together by love and discipline. And my newest book, On the River, combines all my characters as they go about their lives on The Landing.
I was a school teacher most of my adult life. Now retired, I love having the time to write. I share a fulfilled life with my wonderful husband and my cat, Sophie. My adult children come around enough to keep us satisfied. Besides writing I spend my time reading and designing and unique, hand-drawing bookmarks. And I delight in hearing from my readers. You can contact me at email@example.com
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