Saturday, September 9, 2023

Saturday Spankings - Cassie's first taste of motherhood

Welcome to Saturday Spankings! Today’s snippet comes from Cassie’s River Living. Allie is staying at Cassie and Tom’s while her parents are out of town. One evening she went out with her friends telling Cassie she’d be home by midnight and not to wait up, because she had her key. Cassie woke just after one thirty and went to check that she’d gotten home safely. She wasn’t home and Cassie panicked.


When Allie got home shortly after that, saying she’d lost track of time and her phone had died, Cassie was livid. She did some yelling and ended with, “You’re not to leave this house without me or Tom until your parents get home.” Since Allie had a beach trip planned with Ryan the next day she was devastated.



Ryan arrived while we were eating breakfast. That boy just takes my breath away. He’s just a bit taller than Tom, who’s six-two, and oh my, the boy is handsome. His brown hair was already lightening up as it does when he works outside all summer, and his tan sets off those beautiful hazel eyes. He’s a little too thin, but he’s young, he’ll fill out.

To me, the most beautiful thing about Ryan was the way he looked at Allie. He truly loves her. They make such a fine young couple. I felt like the worst ogre in the world for taking the beach trip from them, and I would have relented in a heartbeat if I thought Tom would let me get away with it.

We quickly caught up on all the news. Then Ryan said to Allie, “You ready? It’s about time to get going.”

Allie gave him a stricken look and said, “Let’s talk on the deck.”

I looked sadly after them. Tom picked up his paper and headed toward his study. “Cassie,” he said soothingly, “they’ll be fine. Don’t look like that.” As I took a step toward the sunroom, he added, “Give them their privacy. No eavesdropping.” Tom swatted my rear with the newspaper and left the room.

I wasn’t being nosy, not really. But I did want to know what Allie was telling Ryan, so I took my book to the sunroom. I picked the little chair in the corner so my young friends wouldn’t notice me as they talked. 

They were in the middle of the conversation and Ryan was saying, “But you had to know they’d worry. Why didn’t you come in when you told them you would?” Ryan sounded so serious. I wanted to see his face, but I stayed put and pretended to read my book in case I was spotted.

Allie was saying, “Really, Ryan, I was barely late. I don’t think Cassie really meant it about us not being able to go to the beach. You go asked her, she loves you. You know you can get her to change her mind.”

Before I had the time to panic, because I knew I could never say no to Ryan, I heard him answer, “Allie, you’re the one who stayed out too late. I’m not about to browbeat Cassie into changing her mind. And even if she did change her mind, Tom would never go for it.”

Allie’s voice got soft then and she said, “Please Ryan, don’t you want to spend the day alone?”

Oh my, I had to see what was going on. I turned and kneeling in the chair, I barely moved the drapes so I could see the children. Allie’s eyes were dreamy as she leaned in to give Ryan a kiss. As far as I could tell, Ryan was a goner. But after enjoying the kiss, Ryan said, “I’m still not asking her, now behave yourself.”

‘Behave yourself?’ Now where did Ryan come up with that phrase? I barely had time to wonder, when I was popped on the rear so hard you could have heard it next door. I shouted “OWWW…” much louder than I would have wanted to, but Tom had surprised the devil out of me. That man can move silently when he chooses.

I heard Allie say, “What was that?” 

I stood there horrified as I heard Ryan answer, “That was none of our business. Let’s go down on the dock.”

Cassie and Tom are happily settling into River Living. Cassie hoped that this peaceful setting would be enough to keep her out of trouble. But how can she stay out of trouble with Sue living at the river too? Staying out of trouble proves just too difficult.

Cassie is happy that Tom and Ryan are growing so close, but she is concerned about what relationship advice Tom may be giving him. Overheard conversations and statements from Ryan have her worried. Is Tom sharing his thought on adult spanking with Ryan? It seems so and when Cassie realizes that Allie is hearing these thoughts too, she’s worried. Cassie realizes she is going to have to try to explain things more fully. Can Cassie explain this way of life to eighteen-year-old Allie?

Cassie’s Space series


These ten books introduce Cassie. She is my friend and has been since she wandered into my imagination fifty-four years ago. She is married to Tom, the man who loves her in a way that makes my heart nearly burst with happiness for the two of them. He loves her, guides her, protects her and when necessary, spanks the fool out of her. I’ve been told that their adventures are exciting, funny and realistic. Their love-life is passionate and fulfilling – but you’ll hear no graphic details, Cassie is a lady and giving too much detail would not be proper.

Cal’s Law series


Cal and Jenny are one of my younger couple. The spanking in their relationship began mere minutes after they met, and Cal hasn’t let up much since. There relationship has it’s struggles, but these two are meant to be together. They live in the same town as Cassie and Tom and there is a lot of interactions among the character of both series. Jenny is not as reluctant as Cassie to openly discuss her sex life, so you’ll find a little more spice in this series.


On the River series


In this, my latest series, everyone is around – all the characters I’ve grown to love over the years are living on the area of the river that they call The Landing. Their lives, their adventures, even their spankings sometimes intertwine. By this time in the series, I’m just typing as my characters tell me what’s happening. And I love it!

These books do take you through time as it passes, but please don’t think you have to read them in order. Start anywhere. Just grab one and give it a try. If you are a spanking enthusiast, I know you'll enjoy it.


I’ll close today with a review on the latest book. This is one of the finest reviews I’ve ever had. 


Starting with the first Cassie book until now, I have never been disappointed or failed to wait expectantly for the next one.

And, of course, the links -

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)

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

On the River (book one)




  1. Well well, Cassie the disciplinarian for a change. Oh my, it sounds like Ryan has learned a lot from Tom


    1. It sounded that way to Cassie too and she wasn't too pleased with the idea.

  2. I think Roz has the right of it. Though Tom did give Cassie fair warning not to eavesdrop. Wonderful snippet, PK.

    1. She didn't think of it as eavesdropping as she did 'active listening.'