Cassie and Tom Duff live at The Landing, a beautiful neighborhood by the river in their little town in North Carolina. They’re surrounded by their beloved family and friends. Most of the couples here live a domestic discipline lifestyle, where the husbands are the head of household.
It can’t be said that these ladies always follow their husbands’ lead, thought, and the men often have their hands full trying to keep up with their fun-loving and headstrong wives. This first book in a new series by PK Corey follows the funny, quirky and romantic escapades of Cassie and her friends Sue and Annie, as well as the younger generation who are all involved in solving a problem from Cassie’s past. Come and join the ride! You will feel like you’re a part of this group and want more from PK Corey!
Publisher’s Note: This sweet, contemporary romance contains a theme of power exchange.
Cassie stopped and took a sip of her wine. She and Sue exchanged another look that none of the others could read.
Finally, she went on. “I don’t know if she expected me to take a swing at her—the fool certainly should have. She should’ve run like hell. My fist caught her right in the nose, and I remember she staggered backwards. Then she came at me. Her first punch split my lip and then, boy howdy, it was on! It was your typical girl fight after those first few blows. We knocked the cart with the food on it completely over. We were on the floor rolling, kicking, scratching, biting, head butting and hair pulling. Part of me wishes I had a video of the whole thing. I know we were a sight to behold.”
Cassie chuckled. “Can you just picture what the guys walked, or rather ran in on? Tom was grabbing for me and Steve tried to get to Sue, but we weren’t quite ready to give up the fight. I’d been in my share of brawls during my time on my own. I’d learned quickly not to stop fighting until your opponent isn’t moving. When Tom tried to pull me away, the only thing that registered in my mind was that someone was trying to stop me. And that meant it was an enemy. So I slammed my head back into his face—I had no idea at the moment that it was Tom. That’s how I, unfortunately, managed to give him a bloody nose in the process.
“He got me locked in a bear hug, and by hearing him say my name over and over, it finally penetrated my brain who had hold of me. Steve was helping Sue to her feet. She did look rough. Her blouse was ripped off, blood was running down from her shoulder and dripping from the back of her ear as well. Her face was bloody, both from her lip and her nose, which was badly swollen.
“I’d fared little better,” Cassie admitted. “My cheek was split open over my cheekbone. I think it was her ring that cut me. My mouth and nose were also dripping blood. One earring had been torn through my ear, which added to the blood-spattered scene. Even Tom was bleeding as we stood there, all of us in shock. It seemed quiet for a moment; all you could hear was Sue and me breathing heavily.
Then Steve asked, ‘What the hell?’ Tom seemed at a loss for words.
I’ve been intrigued by spanking stories since before I first saw Ricky spank Lucy. Stories of this nature were hard to come by before the Internet and the ones I found were a little harsh on discipline and very much lacking in love. So, I made up my own stories and enjoyed these in my head for years. I finally began writing them down. Although the lovely women in my stories are spanked often, the love between them and their men is the most vital part of their lives together.
I don’t think of myself as a writer so much as a storyteller. I don’t churn out books nearly as fast as perhaps my readers would like. My stories are told to me by my characters and I pass them along. I write what I’ve always wanted to read about – dominant men, strong women, intense love and loyal friendships.
My Cassie’s Space series is about a mature couple who are deeply in love. Despite adoring Cassie’s free-spirited ways, Tom is determined to keep her safe, even if it takes a trip over his knee to do it. And with her friend and accomplice Sue by her side, a trip over his knee is very likely. The Cal’s Law series is about a younger couple. Though from very different backgrounds, Cal and Jenny are drawn together by love and discipline. And my newest book, On the River, combines all my characters as they go about their lives on The Landing.
I was a school teacher most of my adult life. Now retired, I love having the time to write. I share a fulfilled life with my wonderful husband and my cat, Sophie. My adult children come around enough to keep us satisfied. Besides writing I spend my time reading and designing and unique, hand-drawing bookmarks. And I delight in hearing from my readers. You can contact me at email@example.com
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