Saturday, August 12, 2017

Saturday Spankings - The morning after

Saturday Spankings! I do love to see Saturday’s roll around. I enjoy everyone’s snippets and I enjoy restocking my Kindle. Since I hope there will soon be another Cassie book I’m giving you snippets from some of the earlier books. Today we’re continuing with a snippet from Cassie’s Space.
Over the last two weeks I’ve given snippets from Cassie’s one and only public spanking on a cruise ship. Now it’s the morning after and Tom is insisting they go to breakfast. As Cassie puts it, “I’m not leaving this room until we dock and then I’m going out with the luggage.” But Tom is the boss. 

I cried. I begged. I just couldn’t face a dining room full of people who knew. But Tom insisted. In the end, I went with him to the dining room. What choice did I have?
Everyone should have the experience of entering a room and having the entire crowd within go silent. But, believe me, once is enough. The silence that fell over the dining room as we came through the door let me know me in no uncertain terms that every passenger, and probably the crew from captain to cabin boy, knew what had happened in the casino.
Tom had assured me that a lady knows how to conduct herself in any situation. Really? Have you seen this situation covered in Emily Post’s Guide to Manners? But I held my head high and walked with Tom to the table.

Cassie’s Space (book one)

Meet Cassie, a former wild child, who meets her match, and creates the match of a lifetime. Cassie has survived emotionally distant parents and an abusive marriage. Widowed young, with plenty of money, Cassie turns her energies to partying twenty-four/seven, until Tom spots her at a party. To nearly all who know her now, Cassie is a vivacious, sweet southern lady, who is the epitome of grace and proper behavior. Look a tiny bit closer and you’ll see Cassie has another side – the one whose language could make a sailor blush as she drinks him under the table. Thanks to her loving husband Tom, who never hesitates to put Cassie over his knee when she strays too far from his view of ladylike behavior, few people other than close old friends know this side of Cassie exists.

Cassie shares many stories of their early marriage, as she tried to adjust to Tom’s belief in the power of the hairbrush. Although Cassie agrees in theory that Tom is the head of their home, she spends much of her time doing exactly what she wants and hoping Tom won’t catch on. Over thirty years later, she still does what she wants and Tom still catches on.

Cassie still doesn’t always act like the perfect lady and doesn’t always manage to follow Tom’s rules. She sneaks off with friends to visit an ‘adult’ toy store and she has begun talking to ‘strangers’ online and blogging about the private life she and Tom share, knowing full well if Tom ever does find out she’ll be sitting sensitively for days to come.

Cassie wouldn’t change her life for anything. As she says, “There are two things I want everyone to take away from our stories. First there is nothing wrong with an old fashioned marriage where the husband guides and protects the wife. There is nothing wrong with him being in charge. There is nothing wrong with him giving the occasional spanking to make sure his wife is fully aware of who is in charge. And, there is certainly nothing wrong with the wife trying to get away with as much as possible.

Second, and most important, I hope our stories convey that love and passion are not the sole property of the young. Love and passion grows and changes with age. While aging may bring on challenges – the love and passion between two people only grows stronger.

Other books by PK Corey: The Cassie Series

(If you haven't read a Cassie book, you need to give one a try!)

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 Corralled (book eight)
Cassie's Road Trip (book nine)

Cal's Law (book one)
Becoming Family (book two)

Check out more great snippet here.


  1. Poor Cassie, the mortification! I don't blame her wanting to stay in the room the rest of the cruise! Love that she held her head high in the end, good on her!


    1. It would have taken quite a man to get me out of the room - but I guess Tom could have done it.

  2. I know just how Cassie felt - that mean ole Tom -

    1. I know Tom's not your favorite. But I can understand you in this.

  3. I had forgotten that lovely line about Emily Post. It made me laugh out loud again.

    1. I guess many today don't even know who Emily Post was - but Tom and Cassie knew of her.

  4. Yeah, Emily Post doesn't quite cover situations like these. Matter of fact, I don't think she covers how to behave after absolute humiliation at all. Made me laugh, too.

    1. It does happen to all of us at one time or another. It might have been a useful chapter.

  5. The snippet was so funny! And I loved the blurb for Cassie's Space.

    1. Thanks Angie, I think the blurb for Cassie's Space could really be for the whole series.

  6. Love my Cassie. Can't wait for the next one, PK.

    The other day, Sam swatted my ass in a men's clothing store. My first reaction was OMG - what if someone saw me!

    Cassie Rules Says Ella

    1. Are you saying you wouldn't have enjoyed Cassie's experiences?