Saturday, May 15, 2021

Saturday Spankings - Each man is different

Welcome to Saturday Spankings! I’m putting up snippets from Searching for Home, fourth in the Cal’s Law series. In today’s snippet Allie is home from an impromptu girls’ trip she and Jenny and Lane had taken – without telling their husbands where they were going, or even that they were going. Knowing that Jenny and Lane would be getting spanked, as well as herself, she began thinking of how all the different husbands dealt with their wives.



As Allie watched Cal and Jenny walk toward Sue and Steve’s house, she felt a pang of worry for her friend. She knew from Jenny’s descriptions that Cal’s spankings were pretty serious if he thought she’d done something wrong. 

Allie quickly thought of all the different men on The Landing. She knew Andy rarely spanked Annie. Annie was so sweet and good there was hardly ever a reason. Yet there was a time or two that Annie had gone along with some crazy idea of Cassie or Sue’s that had landed her across Andy’s lap. But she could never imagine Andy being harsh with her.

Allie knew little about how Sue and Steve handled discipline. Sue was not one to share details. But Allie could usually tell when there had been a spanking in the Moore household.  Sue would have an angry glare on her face the next time she saw Cassie, since she ‘blamed’ Cassie for bringing spanking into her life. Although Allie knew it was Sue herself who had asked Steve to think about it. And Allie knew that came straight from envy of Cassie and Tom’s relationship.

Cassie and Tom – now that was a relationship worth studying. Tom had old-fashioned ideas about how a lady should act. Cassie shared few of these ideas, but she adored Tom, so she often tried to conform to them. They had been married forever, yet they shared a passion for one another that she’d seen in few other marriages. 

But Tom was strict – way stricter than Allie could have dealt with. And when he thought Cassie deserved a hard spanking, she definitely got one. It worried Allie a little. They weren’t exactly young. How long would Cassie be able to handle this type of relationship? But Cassie didn’t seem the least bit worried about it, and continued to glow with love for Tom, whether she was sitting sensitively or not.


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Blurb : 

Jenny is happily married to her strong, gorgeous sheriff. She has great friends and a good job. But life is never perfect is it? Within a short time, she and Cal have to move from the home they rent, need to move in with his parents and receive life-changing news from her mother’s lawyer. Jenny’s friend and boss, Allie, has her share of problems too – money woes, grabby clients and burglaries near her work.


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.


Cassie Space series:

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)
Cassie's Life (book ten)

Paperbacks can be found here

Cal's Law Series:

Cal's Law (book one)
Becoming Family (book two)
Educating Jenny (book three)
Searching for Home (book four)

Corbin's Bend

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  1. Love this snippet PK. Allie's concerns for Cassie shows the true bond and love the girls have for each other.


    1. The girls are most defiantly bonded, but their husbands are very different.

  2. Great snippet, PK. Love Allie's insights. And she's so right. Each of the men handle situations in far different ways.

    1. I do like the men having different approaches. They are not cookie cutter. Of course the women are different too so it makes sense.