Friday, October 24, 2014

Bree Cariad -Courted by Discipline

I am so excited to have Bree Cariad over here today, with her new series, Courted by Discipline!

She did not expect to become part of the Hyacinth Courting pool and the object of interest of every man looking for a wife.

Courted by Discipline
In Hyacinth, Book One

When Kathy Bretherton moved to Hyacinth at the age of eighteen, she looked forward to living amongst people who believed in traditional values like her family did. She did not expect to become part of the Hyacinth Courting pool and the object of interest of every man looking for a wife.

Alexander Covington was the most eligible bachelor in town and he wanted her. For Kathy, who grew up in a traditional household where the man was the head of the home and her and her mother a committed homemaker, falling in love with him was relatively easy. Following his lead and accepting his discipline was the life-changing part.

About the series "In Hyacinth" by Bree Cariad:

Hyacinth, Washington is all about old-fashioned values. In Hyacinth words like trust, honor, and kindness aren't just buzzwords. Hyacinth is a community built on tradition and trust, where men are the head of the home and women are encouraged to follow their lead.

Each story in the series is of a young woman (18-20) and her struggle to figure out who she is in this little town while at the same time going through Hyacinth's old-fashioned courting system. On their way to meet, get to know, and finally marry their princes, these heroines grow in ways they and their town never expected.

For a couple minutes he didn’t speak and she hoped she was off the hook. “Do you remember me asking you never to walk out there?”

“Well, yes, but what was I to do? Mom wasn’t expected back into town for an hour and the noise was deafening.”

He parked in her driveway and turned and looked at her. The disappointment on his face made her pout. “I’m sorry, Xander.”

“Let’s go inside.”

Knowing he was going to discipline her, she followed him up the steps and unlocked the door, glad to be in out of the storm. “Go up and dry off,” he said calmly. “Then come down and join me.”

“Okay.” Running up to her bedroom, she wondered what he would do. Corner time? Lines? An essay? She had broken a promise to him. That was huge. Kathy was just glad they were in stage three. If they were in stage four, she would have more than likely be taken to her dad’s study and asked to bend over the desk so he could spank her. She wasn’t sure if she was ready for that.

Peeling her wet clothes off, she tossed them in the bathtub to wring out later and changed into flannel pants and a sweatshirt. After rubbing her hair dry with a towel, she trotted back down the stairs.

“Exactly,” Xander said and she looked up to find him on the phone. “I’m glad we agree, Gerald.” Gerald? He couldn’t be talking to her father, could he? Oh, drat. He looked up and beckoned her over and she walked up to him and sat down. “Let me put you on speaker so she can hear it from you.” He held out his phone and her father cleared his throat.

“Kathy, Alexander and I have decided that you’re now in stage four. As such, he may discipline you in any which way he chooses as long as it’s over your clothing. Do you understand?”

Kathy gaped at the phone. Her father had done it. He’d given Xander the right to spank her.

“Kathy? I asked if you understood.”

“Yes, Daddy,” she whispered, not looking at the man next to her.

“Good. Son, you’re welcome to use my study.”

“Thank you, Gerald. I will.”

Xander put the phone back in his pocket and stood up. “Kathy, go to the study.”

Standing up, she made her feet move as she walked back to the room she would rather not be in right now. She wanted to submit to Xander because she knew she was in love with him, even if she hadn’t told him, but she had never been spanked by anyone but her father before and Cami said he hit hard.

As they walked into the room, he closed the door behind them as she went to stand in front of the desk.

“Come here,” he said, taking her hand and drawing her over to the couch. After he sat down, he turned her so that she faced him. “Kathy, I know this is new and you’re scared, but I’ll never harm you. Ever. I take being the head of house seriously. And as the head in this relationship, I expect you to follow my guidance and to keep your promises. Do you know why I’m going to spank you?”

This was so much harder than being spanked by her father. It was so… personal. Xander insisted they keep eye contact and she knew she had to answer. “Because you asked me not to walk there and I did.”

“Yes and no. I’m spanking you because you agreed not to walk there and then did. Do you understand the difference? Kathy, if we get married, then I’ll be your head of house and when I ask you to do something, I’ll expect compliance and being the girl you are, I know I would receive it. As we’re in a courtship, I can only discipline you for what you have readily promised me you would do. You broke your promise to me.”

Tears sprang to her eyes and she felt her mouth tremble. Hurting him had never been her intention. “I’m sorry. I’m sorry, Xander. I didn’t mean to break my promise. I just… I didn’t think.”

“I know, honey. Discipline is a good help with that.”

Her father said the same thing and unfortunately they were both right.

She expected him to point her over to the desk just like her father did, or perhaps to lean against the wall, but instead, he patted his lap. “Over my lap, Kathy.” He was going to spank her over his knee.




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Bree enjoys good books with great characters. While she may be an adult, her favorite memories are from her teenage years reading inspirational romance with girls just like her and strong heroes. That's one of the reasons she's written In Hyacinth, a series of Courting Romances.

Courting Romance - where contemporary romance meets traditional values.

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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Corbin's Bend Season 2- Chemistry of Attraction by Thianna D

I'm so happy to be spotlighting Thianna today with the first book in the newest season of Corbin's Bend! As you may know, I am so lucky to get to be a part of this season, which is so far off to an amazing start, and Thianna is the hard work and brains behind Corbin's Bend.

I have this book sitting on my kindle waiting for me to get started on it, and I can't wait!

Chemistry of Attraction

Take one hot summer. Add in an intellectual chemist and a

dominant retired Marine. Once the chemistry ignites,

combustion is soon to follow.

Chemistry of Attraction

By Thianna D

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Retired Marine Brandon Delt, moves to Corbin’s Bend after his recently divorced wife marries

his cousin. Tired of living a non-discipline lifestyle, he fully welcomes the openness of the

Corbin’s Bend spanking community. One day he hopes to meet the woman he could make his

TiH. He doesn’t expect to meet her on day one.

Carodine Minor’s just in Corbin’s Bend for the summer. Just graduated with her master’s degree

in chemistry, Dina isn’t sure of her next step in life. Not once has she ever considered being

spanked. Logical woman that she is, when she finds herself intrigued by the idea of a hand across

her derriere, she asks for a demonstration from Brandon. One demo turns into a wild night of

passion neither wants to let go of.

Take one hot summer. Add in an intellectual chemist and a dominant retired Marine. Once the

chemistry ignites, combustion is soon to follow.


“Dina?” No response. Figuring that she was in the bathroom as the sliding door to it was closed,

he threw back the sheet and blanket and stood up, stretching and wincing as the familiar ache

from his legs hit him. Damnit. It would be one of those days. “Dina, want some coffee?” he

called out, reaching down to pick up his clothes from where he’d thrown them the evening

before. Just the thought of last night sent a zing of pleasure through him and his cock woke up

with a jolt. Eyeing the door again, a slow smile crossed his face. Well, if she was in the shower,

he could join her. Get her to let out that little wild animal in an enclosed space and see what

As he dropped his clothes in the hamper, his eyes automatically scanned his room and he froze.

Once again, he looked around. Not one piece of her clothing was on the floor. “Dina?” he called

louder but again there was no response. Pushing the sliding door open to the bathroom, all he

saw was an empty room. He quickly walked out into the combined kitchen and living room, but

“Fuck,” he growled low in his throat. Dina’s problem was that she thought too much, and when

it came to relationships, the girl instantly jumped to the wrong conclusion. “I hope she’s better

at jumping to conclusions in science,” he grumbled as he turned to get dressed. If he had to, he

would hound her until she talked to him. Even if she chose to walk away then, he would know

he had done everything he could. But shit. Even the thought of not spending another passionate

night with her was painful. Worse than the damned arthritis.

As he strode through the great room, something caught his eye and he halted turning toward his

front door. A small note was taped to it and he walked over and ripped it off. Opening it up, he

read the few words and shook his head. The girl had absolutely no clue how appealing she was.

It was both attractive and annoying. How could she not know?

 About The Author

Thianna D. likes to say she’s eclectic, fun, and just a bit naughty. She

writes erotica and erotic romance with both M/F and M/M main

characters. No matter what she writes, all the hot scenes support the story

instead of the other way around.

She’s also the creator of and acquisition editor for the Corbin’s Bend

spanking romance series. Who else wants to be safe, secure, and spanked in Colorado?

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