Saturday, December 19, 2015

Saturday Spanking - Discipline or abuse




Welcome to Saturday Spanking – I hope those celebrating Christmas are all ready and can spend some time this weekend relaxing and reading.
I’m still in the second Cassie book, Cassie’s Tale, and I’m continuing shortly after we stopped last Saturday. Tom had given Cassie a serious spanking, but after a long recuperating nap he suggested Cassie have a quick drink with the girls before he joins them for dinner.
Although Cassie assures the girls she is just fine they can clearly tell she's sitting sensitively and Sue is furious.


 “You are not fine,” Sue snapped. “It’s plain to see he beat the shit out of you!”

I don’t have the temper I used to, but asinine statements like that can push me over the edge, and it was with cold fury that I came back at her. 
“I think you need to shut up. I’ve lived with a man who beat me and you all remember that time. Think about it, right now. Remember what it was like, remember what I was like.”
 
They all quieted as they remembered a time we all wanted to forget, a Cassie we all wanted to forget. I left them there for a moment, “All right, snap out of it. Is that how you’d describe me now?” Gradually small smiles played on their faces and, grudgingly, Annie muttered, “I think you and Tom are the happiest couple I know.”

All the Cassie books can be purchased at 

Cassie's Space (book one)                  
Cassie's Tale (book two)                       
Cassie on the Move (book three)          
Cassie's River Living (book four)        
Cassie's Conflict (book five)

Cassie's Influence (book six)

Cassie's Ordeal (book seven)

      Cassie's Box Set - first four books

Be sure to check out all the other great snippets today~

15 comments:

  1. Love this snippet PK, Cassie sure made her point :)

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. There is such a difference and Cassie knows it for sure.

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  2. And therein lies the difference. Abused women feel battered and degraded, women in a loving domestic discipline situation feel cherished.

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    1. Absolutely! Abuse is horrible and has nothing to do with domestic discipline.

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  3. Cassie sure knows how to get her point across. Glad she pointed out the distinction loud and clear.

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    1. She won't even let Sue get away with that kind of talking.

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  4. Aww!! I'm glad that Cassie's friends were able to see that she is happy!

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    1. It's clear to those who know Cassie and Tom.

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  5. Oh, silly vanillas *sigh*
    Great snippet on an interesting topic. :)

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    1. Thanks Amelia - you're right. They just don't understand.

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  6. Great snippet, PK! I love how she set her friends straight :)

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    1. She isn't going to let anyone talk against Tom.

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  7. Sounds like someone's getting an education...

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