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Moon Swept by Willa Bradley – Chapter Fifteen

Chapter Fifteen Savannah stretched and felt Sully’s now familiar body all along her back. She felt his arm move from its usual resting place around her middle to trail his fingers down her belly to dip between her legs and stroke her clit. “Good morning, Savvy. Did you sleep well?” “What little sleep you let […]

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The Rivalry by Lynn Forest – Chapter Two

Chapter Two As Garrett and Kristi wound their way through the rows of cubicles, they did manage to get into some beneficial discussion of sales coordination and decided to ask the main sales personnel from each company to submit some records so that the two of them could sit down and look for duplication of […]

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The Error of Her Ways by Carolyn Faulkner – Chapter Six

Chapter Six Although his homecoming had been somewhat anticlimactic—quite literally, since there had been no climaxes whatsoever; he’d simply fallen into bed, hugged her still slumbering form to him and fallen into a deep sleep himself—he spent the next week making up for lost time, and spending every spare second he could with her. And […]

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Penny Candy by Laurel Joseph – Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven Sheriff Bob Travers made sure he was shaved and looked fresh before he stopped by the Caldwells’ store to visit with Margie Alliston. It had become a daily tradition, and he was fairly certain that Margie enjoyed talking with him too. Today, he planned to ask her to have lunch with him. She […]

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Male Order Bride, Too by Taryn Williams – Chapter Three

Chapter Three As it turned out, it didn’t take her long to realize just how lucky she’d been to find him. He was nearly as tireless as she was, and that was saying something. Garrett was up before she was every morning, getting up early to take a run—which earned him no small amount of […]

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Moon Swept by Willa Bradley – Chapter Fourteen

Chapter 14 They had returned her rental car and Sully dropped her off at Detective Miller’s office and then headed to Hunter’s Moon to get some things in order to take some of his things back to Wind Swept. Savannah had agreed to call him when she was through with Detective Miller and he would […]

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Punishment, punishment and cuddles, or punishment and sex? A poll.

I thought we’d do a little something different this week. What do you all prefer? When you’re reading spanking stories with a punishment aspect (we’re not talking the happy fun spanky funishments right now) what do you prefer to read about? Do you like punishments with no sort of after care? She gets her bottom […]

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Principal’s Pet by Carol Storm – Part One

Chapter One Tony Vincenzo knew all the angles. School was out for the day, but the seasoned high school principal knew where the late-bus kids liked to hang out and where they got into trouble. Tony covered all the bases. Even when he was tired at the end of a long day, and anxious to […]

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Moon Swept by Willa Bradley – Chapter Thirteen

Chapter Thirteen Detective Rebecca Miller spent the next two days after Augusta’s memorial service looking through the pictures of people from the funeral who weren’t known in town. She ran them through the facial recognition program and John Reed’s name came up. What she had found interesting was some of the places Augusta had visited […]

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