Yay! Today, i get to have my good friend, Abbie Adams on my blog today, sharing a little bit of fun from her new book, A Little Twist.
But first, let's get to know a bit about Abbie.
What inspired you to write your first book?
Fantasies- what else? Oh dang was I supposed to answer something deep and profound here?
When did you first consider yourself a writer?
Perhaps when I received my first bit of money and my dear hubby ran out and bought me a laptop? I don’t know most of the time I still get confused, it is easy for me to say that I am a writer everyone is a writer... but well not everyone is an author? So maybe it was when I received that first bit of money that I actually felt like an author... but I have always been a writer.
So let's hear about her new book, shall we?
Six months of training. Six months to find a placement. Three years with a Daddy. Fifty thousand dollars. Some girls begged to get into the program, but not Sara or Caity. They took the "alternative program for non-violent offenders" when the State of New York's Women's Facility was full. They became little girls in Trace's program.
Sara was placed with a daddy named Mark when Livvy, another little girl in the program, had gotten sick because of Sara's jealousy. Now, after two long months in the program, Sara has to get used to a whole new set of rules and the man who will enforce them: her Daddy will dominate her and take care of her in a special way no one ever has before. The witness protection program can't compare to her "protector".
Caity has been the unwanted child all her life. Her father hates her and her mother ran away years before. The only family she really has is her sister, who isn't in the program, yet. But Caity didn't choose her new Daddy... Will he be able to prove his love, or will he prove he is just like her real father?
Did Sara and Caity make the right choice, coming to the program instead of the State Penitentiary? Can they get along when Sara has taken the man Caity wanted all along? Emily Tilton and Abbie Adams team up to bring you the much requested story of the "other girls" in this, the third book in the 'A Little Training' and 'A Little Trouble' series.
And a hot little excerpt- please?
"It's time for the sulking and pouting to stop, Caity. I've given you time, but this has goneon long enough." He continued to roast her backside with great walloping spanks as he spoke.
Each one seemed to be accurately placed exactly where he intended, and produced another round
of whimpers from her throat, against her determination to stay silent and not give him thesatisfaction. "You need to understand that even though I will listen to you, I am going to make the
final decision based on what I think to be best. You are a little girl, who needs to mind. Do youunderstand me?"
She'd been yelping with each of his stinging swats, mostly directed to her sensitive sit-
spots and the tops of her thighs. How could he expect her to pay attention to what he'd said? Sheknew he'd asked something, but she didn't have the faintest idea what it had been. Her answer wasto continue sobbing, lying limply across his thick warm thighs.
Another heavy-handed swat landed right in the middle of her crease, bringing her attentionback to him. "You are going to mind me and accept my decision with no more pouting, correct?"
"Yes." Her voice was high and whiny and she hardly recognized it. She hoped he heard.
Another heavy swat landed right on the split where her two cheeks met. "You are going togive Uncle Tommy a fair chance. Yes? You will be open minded and sweet. I know you want tobe a sweet little girl, don't you?" His voice softened, as did his hand. He gently rubbed her aching
"Yes, I'll be good." Her thoughts went to Uncle Tommy then, him brushing her hair—no,bathing her. He had always been nice to her. Maybe she could try harder.
Daddy lifted her into his lap again and hugged her close to his chest. "You are a good girl and Tommy loves you." He rubbed her back.
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Thank you for sharing Abbie!