Saturday, January 28, 2017

Saturday Spanking - Feels so good

I’m happy to be participating in another Saturday Spanking. I enjoy reading snippets from so many great spanking books. My snippet is from Cal’s Law, the first book in my new series.
Jenny has had a very upsetting day, ending with a fist fight with a few sorority sisters. Cal’s helped her get settled in emergency housing and when he sees how upset she is he pulls her into a hug.

The hug felt amazing. Her parents didn’t hug and the few hugs she had gotten from boys were basically attempts to cop a feel. This was different – protective, caring – and she stifled the need to sob again as Cal broke off the embrace. “You gonna be all right?”
“Yeah, I’m fine. Like you said, it’s been a weird day.”
“You should go to bed early, you’ve still got class in the morning. All this is no reason to be late.”
Jenny laughed, “Is there any reason for being late in your book?”
“Sure,” Cal told her grinning, “compound fractures, arterial bleeding… I can’t think of anything else at the moment."


Jenny is the typical rich-kid, sorority girl. Getting good grades isn’t high on her priority list. In fact, that sits well below getting into the secret faction of her sorority. To do that she must pull off a daring bit of mischief. 
Cal Bennett is the town sheriff. He’s a relatively young, no-nonsense, kind of guy – with a good heart. He is the moral center of this small town in North Carolina. But when his and Jenny’s paths cross unexpectedly, things get complicated and he questions his morals and his heart.
His plan to save Jenny from herself by enforcing strict discipline seems like a sound one.  To both of them. At first. He enacts a touch of martial law and Jenny agrees to learn more than English Lit. Cooking, cleaning, and laundry are but a few of her new subjects. Along with time-management, telling the truth and doing homework. Breaking any one in this new set of rules will result in a sound spanking. It all sounds simple enough when she signs on the dotted line of the contract between her and her sheriff. 
But, life is messy and she is faced with one tough decision after another. She’s a college student! Shouldn’t life be easier than this? Less complicated? But she is pulled in two directions: her moral, upstanding sheriff leads her down one path, and a cute frat boy leads her down another. In one direction lies maturity, and a future. In the other, the simplicity of being a rich kid in college where Mommy and Daddy pay for everything. Now she must choose: Will she continue to let her parents pay for it all, or will she learn to pay the price for her own actions?

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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)

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  1. I am enjoying Cal's Law for the second time. I wonder if it will become a comfort book for me just like Cassie. The character development is very well done, PK. Thanks for another great read.


  2. Nice excerpt, PK. Reminded me of how nice a hug can be.

    1. One hug can say a lot and make you feel wonderful.

  3. Love how you make the warm enveloping love so real! I can feel that hug!

  4. I love Cal's gentle way of laying down the law - great excerpt!

  5. Hi! I'm filling in for Kathryn again as host of SatSpanks this week. It sounds like there is no real reason to be late in his book unless the person is on death's door. Great snippet!

    1. I'm with Cal on this. I've always thought of lateness as the hight of disrespect and rudeness

  6. Very sweet snippet PK, love Cal's answer lol


  7. My husband would agree with Cal. He hates tardiness too.
    Great snippet! I love the humour your put in your books.

  8. Really sweet and tender moment. So many things can be made better by a simple hug.

    1. That's true. They are necessary for great mental health.