Saturday, September 26, 2015

Saturday Spanking - Elderly?


Welcome to Saturday Spankings, my go-to place for finding great spanking books. I hope you’ll check out all today’s snippets.
I love that there’s such diversity out here. We have dark dungeon clubs with intense scenes, I’ve read excellent sci-fi spanking stories and those with vampires well as. I’ve found great Regency and
wonderful westerns. I’ve loved them all. But I’m led to write about how DD might be in a ‘couple next door’ setting. I know some might not think they’d have much in common with a ‘mature’ couple such as Cassie and Tom – then again some of my readers may be the same age as Cassie and maybe they want to read about a love story that’s lasted over forty years. And those who have read will attest that Cassie and Sue aren’t exactly your quite, docile, sweet little old ladies.  I hope you’re to give one of the Cassie books a try.
Today’s snippet is from Cassie’s River Living – on sale now for 99 cent. Cassie and Sue were accidentally locked in a house under construction causing a massive search. The news story that night is not what Cassie and Sue wanted to hear…     
                                                                                                                   
I was exhausted and it seemed time for every one to leave, but Steve turned on the news at ten to see if they had a story about our ‘disappearance’. I was leaning back again Tom, who was still being unusually quiet, as the story came on.
We all heard the first sentence of the story – but that was all we heard. The announcer opened with, “Today two local elderly women were found unharmed after being thought missing...” and the room erupted. Sue and I were on our feet ready to spit nails while the rest of the room exploded in laughter. I swear, Tom laughed so hard I thought he was going to hurt himself.
I heard Sue yelling at the TV, “That little son-of-a-bitch! I’ll show him elderly if I get my hands on him!”


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Blurb for Cassie’s Ordeal - book 7
Cassie loves her life on the river with Tom and her friends. She feels Tom has her wrapped in a safe and protected cocoon of love.  But her world is jarred when the phone calls begin. Cassie hesitates to tell Tom about them knowing he’ll over react and she will be the one under ‘house arrest’. But when the calls go from annoying to frightening she has no choice. Tom brings in the police to find out who is behind the harassment and make plans to keep Cassie safe, but he’s too late – Cassie is gone without a trace.
The police began an all out search, but there are few clues to go on. Will life on the river ever be the same again?

The Cassie books don’t have to be read in order, so jump in with this one. But if you like to read in order  the first four can now be found in the  Cassie Box Set. It’s a great deal.






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17 comments:

  1. Yikes! Yeah, I wouldn't want to be called elderly, either. I don't blame them for being pissed.

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    1. That's definitely a fighting word for Cassie and Sue. And probably would be until they hit their 90's.

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  2. LoL, I can definitely see Cassie and Sue not taking kindly to being called elderly. Neither would I! lol

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. They do not like that word! I'm like you I don't think I'll ever like it either.

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  3. I feel their pain! Elderly indeed..

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    1. They are ready to kick some reporter butt!

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  4. I don't take kindly to it either so I understand completely. Love Cassie and her friends, no matter the age they are priceless and just the kind of friends you want to have in your life.

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    1. It's an unnecessary word. I know Cassie and Sue and Annie love being part of 'our' group.

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  5. Poor old Cassie and Sue... and what a mean reporter LOL!

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    1. Those around 30 or younger think elderly is over 50 - they'll learn.

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  6. That made me laugh. It reminded me so much of my Nan. Even at 86, she would growl "don't you call me old!" it was so funny :)
    I'm only 33, so anything over 40 is ancient.

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    1. Kelly, you deserve a good spanking! As Leigh said, you realize sooner than you expect.

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  7. I snapped this up! THanks for the great price! I'm cracking up about the "elderly" thing. LOL!

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    1. I hope you like it - no one called Cassie and Sue elderly!

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  8. Yeah, I'd be pissed off, too. Great snippet!

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