Welcome to Saturday Spankings for the week! I’m putting up snippets from the last in the Cal’s Law series, Searching for Home. This book leads right into the On the River series.
In today’s snippet Allie is upset. A series of home burglaries is threating to put her business on hold, which would devastate their finances. She also has one client who keeps making sleezy passes at her. She’s tense and worried and angry, but all she’s showing Ryan is the anger.
“All you’re willing to do is yell at me and tell me to go to hell. So I say there’s a serious attitude adjustment needed.”
Allie glared at him defiantly, but her inner thoughts didn’t match her outward appearance. Finally, she thought to herself. She didn’t feel she could ask for a spanking, but she needed one so badly. Allie had never been a fan of discipline or punishment spankings. The vast majority of the spankings Ryan gave her were simply for fun, maybe a little sexy foreplay, but very rarely for serious reasons.
Over time, however, she realized that a serious spanking was sometimes needed. They were rare, but they were also, strangely enough, comforting. She needed to know that Ryan was there for her, as steady as a rock. She needed to struggle against him, she needed Ryan to win the struggle and spank her hard. She even craved the pain. The pain would push everything else aside, at least for a short time. She needed the ultimate surrender, the release, the tears, the aftercare, the reconnection – she needed it all. And from the look in Ryan’s eyes, she was definitely about to get it.
When they try to keep their worries from their protective husbands, they find out what it means to have an alpha man to deal with. After the girls are attacked at work, things seem to go from bad to worse. Taking on adult responsibilities is never easy as they’re finding out the hard way. Good thing they have their older friends, Cassie, Sue, Annie and Lily to fall back on.