Welcome to Saturday Spankings! Warm weather has finally arrived where I live and I’m ready to lay by the pool and read. If you feel the same I hope you’ll find something here to catch your interest. My newest book, Educating Jenny, should be out May 19. That’s the same day as the Royal Wedding. In case you weren’t invited, you should stay home and read. Today’s snipped is from the second Cal’s Law books, Becoming Family.
Finally, Jenny has broken through Cal’s worries that they shouldn’t be together. And once the barriers were lowered the fun times begin!
Cal’s car was in the drive when Jenny arrived shortly before four. Letting herself in quietly she heard his shower running and grinned to herself. In the bedroom, she undressed down to her bra and panties and tiptoed to the door of the bathroom just as the shower went off.
“Thank goodness, I thought I was going to have to wait for you to undress,” Jenny told him.
Whipping back the curtain Cal stood scowling in all his naked glory. “You shouldn’t sneak up on a lawman,” he told her sternly, but his face softened as he saw what she had on. “But then again, who am I to complain?”
Watching Cal’s erection swell even as he stood looking at her, she asked him, “Is that a cannon you got there or are you just happy to see me?”
Jenny and Cal are together and happy. Though they share a deep connection, they have very different ideas of what makes a family. Jenny’s is small, cold and unwelcoming. Meeting Cal’s sprawling, loud, loving mass of sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, aunts, and uncles poses a unique challenge. She protects herself against her domineering mother, keeping her at arm’s length.
Cal keeps his parents and extended family close. They are like one big, living, breathing hug. His challenge: to get Jenny to her first Bennet barbeque. Her love for him, and a bit of over the knee encouragement, drives her to agree to meet the Bennets. She learns that not all families are created equal.
Heartened by her reaction, Cal is excited to finally meet Jenny’s parents. Despite her warnings, he remains steadfast – all families are loving and kind. Mothers love their daughters; fathers protect their children. The dinner they share in her childhood home teaches him things he wishes he never had to learn.
Jenny’s mother has planned a future for her daughter that does not include someone as ordinary as Cal Bennet. What good could this small town hick with no money and no connections do her? How far will she go to see that her wishes become reality? Will these two lovers come to an understanding of what their family will look like?
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