Saturday, October 16, 2021

Saturday Spankings - Wet and Ready

Welcome to Saturday Spankings! Some places are beginning to experience some cold evenings, I’m hoping this snippet from Secrets on the River will help to warm you up just a little.

When Cal found some old magazines he and his brothers drooled over when they were teens, they rekindle some old fantasies. Jenny is always a ‘go’ for a new adventure, but she doesn’t know what she’s in for.


Jenny felt herself being flipped over to lie on her stomach. She clenched her ass anticipating a firm swat but it didn’t come. Instead, Cal gently traced his finger over each of her cheeks before he slowly pulled off her thong. 

“Don’t tighten your butt like that, Jenny. It can lead to bruising.”

He left then, going back into the kitchen. Jenny pressed down into the bed. She let her mind drift into ‘play experiencing’ the fear of letting go and not knowing what was going to happen. Suddenly she raised her head and sniffed. There was an odor that was sharp and unfamiliar. When he came back into the bedroom Jenny involuntarily tensed her body once again. 

Cal gently patted her bottom. “None of that,” he repeated. “Now in the story, this was where the man went out and smoked a cigarette to give the young lady time to think about all her transgressions and accept what she had coming. I’ll just sit on the porch and drink a beer instead,” he told Jenny, “while you think.”

“Cal, how many are you planning to give me with that wicked-looking thing?” she asked. 

“Well, I’ve often heard about twelve of the best, when it comes to caning,” he answered.

“Twelve! Twelve! Are you crazy? I can’t ta…” she began in a panic.

“But I was thinking four, since you’re a cane virgin.”

Jenny quieted her breathing. Four? Hell, I can take four of anything,” and she silently nodded her head. 

“Here’s one more thing that’s supposed to be a guarantee to make you wet and horny.”

Jenny felt Cal reach under her, taking the time to rub her hardened nub and then rake his fingers intimately through her folds. As he pulled his hand away, she began, “Don’t stop.” And then she gasped. “Shit! Cal what did you do?” She twisted from side to side. “It burns!” she shouted.

“Relax, darling. I used some ginger juice. It’s a little intense at first, but it’s almost magic at getting a woman wet and ready,” he answered her.

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Everyone has secrets, but most don’t have major implications. When Jenny tries to keep her weekend activities from Cal, the repercussions of him finding out land only on her. But some secrets are bigger and more far reaching. You would think that as long as Cassie, Sue and Annie have known each other, surely they could have no real secrets from one another. But you’d be surprised. The full truth behind one secret may never be known, another could change the face of The Landing forever.


From steamy sex to both playful and painful spankings, the people on the river continue to live and love and marvel at all that are learning.

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)

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Cal's Law Series:

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

On the River series:

On the River (book one)

Corbin's Bend

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  1. Oh goodness, what a surprise that was to Jenny! She'll be wondering what's next! LoL. Great hot snippet PK :)


    1. With Cal she always wonders what's next.

  2. Not fair. Ginger can definitely burn the more sensitive flesh of a woman. For a more mellow introduction I've read that Tiger Balm works really well. I love Tiger Balm, but I've never used it -- there. Regardless, Love the snippet, PK.

    1. I have to admit I do love ginger - but not in food.