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Papa’s Little Bride by Sue Lyndon on sale now!

Papa’s Little Bride by Sue Lyndon

only available in A Daddy for Christmas

Sue Lyndon has stopped by to share a little bit about her story in A Daddy for Christmas anthology.

Papa’s Little Bride by Sue Lyndon:

When Kingston proposes marriage to Faith a few weeks before Christmas, he’s upfront about his expectations in a bride. Not only is she to call him Papa, but she’ll be under his complete authority and subject to his discipline. She soon thrives under his guidance and finds herself falling for her strict but loving Papa. But despite her newfound happiness, she can’t help but worry something will go wrong. Is their arrangement too good to be true, or has she finally found her forever home?

My sweet, but naughty, little girl obediently lays over my lap. A thrill jolts through me to have her in this position, with her bottom jutted up high and her legs slightly parted to reveal the slickness glimmering at the slit of her smooth pink cunny. She soon gasps and tries to place her thighs together, and I respond by shifting her over one knee, forcing her legs to fall open. I clamp my free leg atop her fidgeting ones and cup her behind cheeks, each in turn, massaging and inspecting her luscious pale globes.

“You will remain spread like this during your punishment, young lady. There will be no hiding from Papa. Your cunny will remain on full display at all times while I’m reddening your bottom cheeks. I realize this might embarrass you, especially because I’ll be able to see every little glimmer of moisture, and no doubt when you squirm, your secret inner folds, but you were a naughty little girl and this added embarrassment is part of your punishment. This is what happens to naughty little girls. They get turned over their papa’s knee for a good, hard spanking.” With that, I raise my hand and let the first strike fall. My palm descends on her right cheek with a resounding smack, and I waste no time in delivering the second blow to her left cheek.

“Oh! Ouch!” She wiggles, but I easily hold her in place.

“None of that,” I scold, alternating smacks from one reddening cheek to the other, peppering her entire bottom with sharp swats. “You’re getting this spanking whether you like it or not.”

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A Daddy for Christmas is a sexy collection of ALL-NEW age play romances, brought to you by six USA Today and international bestselling authors. Daddy always knows best, and the young ladies in these smoking hot novellas are lucky to have the firm guidance of a father figure during the most magical time of the year. Grab some hot chocolate, snuggle up in your favorite reading spot, and let these dominant but loving daddies take charge.

 

 

Sue Lyndon Bio & Social Media

USA TODAY bestselling author Sue Lyndon writes steamy D/s romance in a variety of genres, everything from contemporary to historical to fantasy. But no matter the genre, her heroes are always HOT dominant alpha males. She’s a #1 Amazon bestseller in multiple categories, including BDSM Erotica and Sci-Fi Erotica. She also writes non-bdsm sci-fi romance under the name Sue Mercury. When she’s not busy working on her next book, you’ll find her hanging out with her family, watching sci-fi movies, reading, or sneaking chocolate.

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Rayanna Jamison gives us the history behind Cecily – A Holiday Ruse

Rayanna Jamison stopped by today, for a chat about Cecily from Corbin’s Bend. I am so excited to read this, and have it loaded on my kindle. As soon as I get some down time in front of my fireplace, I am digging in. Cecily and her story sound fantastic!

Rayanna Jamison: Hi Katherine! Thank you so much for letting me hijack your blog today to talk about Cecily and Carlton!

Katherine Deane: I’m so glad to have you, Rayanna! So tell us about your story and these awesome characters. I love your cover, by the way!

Rayanna Jamison: Thanks. A Holiday Ruse really was a first for me. Most of the time, when I write a Corbin’s Bend book, or especially a book in my own series, the entire history of the couple is written by me. This time was totally different, because I had to collect all the information I had, all coming from different authors and work it into a feasible story. It was a challenge, but I’m pretty happy with the way it came together.

Katherine Deane: I bet that was challenging. I can’t wait to hear about your character transformation.

Rayanna Jamison: The History of Cecily

A Holiday Ruse, the story of Cecily and Carlton Connor, came out last week. It is my fourth and final Corbin’s Bend book.

A lot of people, don’t realize this, but Cecily has been around the Corbin’s Bend Series since Book One- as such- she was the very first Corbin’s Bend character I wrote as a main character that was not of my own creation.

But because, her history was so spaced out, and because not everyone has read all the CB books, as I have (which is the great thing about Corbin’s Bend- they all mesh together nicely, but they can all be read as standalones), I thought it would be helpful to just review a bit of past information about Cecily.

Cecily is the daughter of Venia Varner and her deceased husband Greg, and although she has never been to Corbin’s Bend prior to my book, A Holiday Ruse, she has a strong history outline throughout the seasons.

In Season One, Book One- Finding Their Bliss by Thianna D- We learn that Venia, a beloved widow in Corbin’s Bend has a daughter who was very upset by the reveal of her lifestyle, and her move to Corbin’s Bend. This is compounded by the loss of Cecily’s father- right before Venia moves to CB and Cecily goes off to college. At the time of the book, we learn Cecily is in college in Florida and dating a man named Nathan from back east. We learn that her relationship with her mother Venia, is strained and that she does not approve of the lifestyle or her mother’s choice to move there.

In Season One, Book Eight- Last Dance For Cadence- We are of course, introduced to Cadence, Venia’s “second daughter.” And we learn that Venia, Cecily’s mother, and Cadence’s mother, were best friends, and that after Cadence’s mother died of cancer, Veni took over the raising of Cadence who was a teenager at the time, and raised her alongside her own daughter. Cecily and Cadence were raised as sisters.

During the second season, nothing of real substance is mentioned about Cecily- until Season Three, Book 7- An Author’s Angst by Maggie Ryan. Here in bits and phrases, we learn that at some point since we last heard of her, Cecily has gotten married, and her relationship with her mother is still strained but we don’t have any solid information- until the very end of the book, when in an ending that took me, an avid cb reader and fan, by total surprise, Cecily attends her mother’s book signing, with a husband, who is not anyone we have ever heard of, and tells her mother. “Your book saved our marriage.”

All of a sudden, my brain was exploding with questions,- Who is Carlton? Where did he come from? How long have they been married? How did we not know about this? And OMG- Are they practicing DD now? How did that happen?

And I knew, as soon as I read that last page, that if I was able, I wanted to be the one to finish Cecily’s story. By the end of the day, I had typed out a hastily plotted synopsis, and had it accepted, and I got to work trying to answer all of those questions.

Katherine Deane: That is so awesome! I can’t wait to read her story now too!

Rayanna Jamison: Here is a snippet that really shows the history of these three coming together.

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Round tables filled the center for people to enjoy their dinner, but there was also a small play area in the corner for the kids, well-stocked with games, toys and books. They were seated at a larger table with Venia, Jeff, and Cadence and her husband Marcus, as well as their children, who except for the youngest, were now off playing. The formal part of the dinner was pretty much over, and people were migrating around the room, making sure they got a chance to talk to everyone.

“I’m so glad you guys finally made it, and that you’re going to be living so close,” Cadence gushed.

“It’s been great to finally meet everyone, Cecily has shared so many stories with me over the years, from Venia- it was nice to put faces with names. Although, I met so many people today, I doubt I’ll be able to remember everyone.”

Cadence laughed. “As a community, when we are all together, we can be pretty overwhelming.” She paused. “We were all so surprised when Cecily came back from her birthday trip, and told Venia she was married. I’ve never known anyone who eloped.”

Carlton frowned in confusion, not quite certain he had heard correctly. “I’m sorry?”

“Eloping. Was it as exciting and romantic as it sounds?”

One glance at his wife’s face cleared all his confusion. When he caught her looking back at him, he held up two fingers against the table. Cecily flushed, her eyes widening, but nobody noticed their little exchange.

“It was certainly something,” Carlton answered.

“I have never been so shocked in my life. I always thought that when Cecily got married it would be a grand affair that wiped out my savings account.” Venia smiled indulgently at her daughter. “When it’s true love, all the bells and whistles, and fancy trappings lose their importance. Still, I was surprised. You know what I found the other day? Your wedding notebook. Do you remember that? You and Cadence both had them- you took apart all those wedding catalogs and magazines, and planned the whole day.”

 

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Blurb:

Cecily has been telling little white lies for years, both to her husband Carlton, and her mother Venia. With her husband on another continent, and her mother across the country in Corbin’s Bend, what could the harm be?

Everything seems fine until Carlton gets transferred to Denver, and they decide to spend the holidays with her mom in Corbin’s Bend. Carlton doesn’t tolerate lying—and he refuses to stretch the truth to accommodate the lies she has already told, one of which is letting her mother believe that her and Carlton also practice domestic discipline. Cecily can’t bear to strain their already tenuous relationship by admitting the truth, so Carlton offers a solution. When in Corbin’s Bend, do as they do.

She doesn’t count on being there longer than a week, and she certainly doesn’t plan on falling for the town, the people in it, OR her husband’s new dominant ways. Will Cecily’s web of lies lead her to everything she has ever wanted?

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Erzabet Bishop visits with her sexy “Red Dress”

 This one is hot, y’all! Here’s Erzabet Bishop sharing her sexy Christmas novella 😉
Title: A Red Dress For Christmas
Line: Romance on the Go
Genre: Contemporary erotic romance/ mf
Blurb:
Angel in a red dress…
 
Cecily’s husband Neil has kept her waiting one too many
times. After another lonely night of movie watching, she decides to take her
pleasure into her own hands. Neil comes home from work and catches her being a
very naughty girl. Tangled up in tinsel and wearing a smoking hot red dress,
surely her holiday wish will come true.
Be Warned: BDSM, sex toys, spanking
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Excerpt:
“Why did you have to leave?”
Neil rubbed his hand along Cecily’s ass, his finger edging
between her skin and the lacy red panties from behind.
“Why do you think?”
Neil’s cock pressed against Cecily’s side. His fingers
continued their distracting path even as he upped the pulses on the vibrator.
“How do you like that?” he whispered, voice husky. He untied
the strings on the panties, giving him greater access to her slick folds.
“Oh. My. God!” Cecily moaned into his thigh as he slid two
fingers inside of her at the same time as he cranked up the power on the tiny
vibrator to what felt like its highest capacity.
Neil pumped his thick fingers into her pussy relentlessly,
taking Cecily close to the edge and pulling back out again. He turned off the
vibe, leaving her staring down at the carpet, completely bereft.
“But… Oh, Neil!” Cecily wriggled against his lap, her erect
clit pulsing between her legs and her molten core longing for release.
Neil smoothed her hair from her face and wiped a tear that
slid from her eye.
“That’s how I felt looking at those pictures. I wanted to
bury my cock inside of you and I couldn’t. I haven’t seen you much at all with
this new job, let alone been able to do anything about the raging lust giving
me a boner big enough to buy out the vibrator counter just so I’d have a bag
big enough to walk out of the store without disgracing myself.”
“I’ll make it up to you.” Cecily started to move, but Neil
stilled her.
“Wait. I have an idea.” Neil kissed her on the top of her
head. “Come on. Let’s go in the living room.” He helped her up and eased off
the bed and onto his feet. The walk to the living room was quick, Neil shutting
off the lights as he went.
“I want to take you here. Right in front of the tree.”
Cecily grinned, desire raging through her veins. “What about
Lulu?”
“Look, she’s on the chair asleep.”
“Mmmm.” Cecily turned her gaze to the twinkling holiday
lights and knelt down on the carpet.
Neil slid behind her and she heard the sound of a zipper.
“I can’t wait.”
“Neither can I. Take me.”
The tip of Neil’s cock teased her entrance. Suddenly he was
in, thrusting balls deep. With a groan, he slid his hands down her sides. With
one hand he grasped her hip, the other her clit.
“If you don’t fuck me now I’m going to die,” Cecily
whispered, grinding herself against the root of him. “I need you.”
A lot of people ask me why I do short fiction. It’s a fun escape into another world and it lasts long enough to break the cycle of everyday but still feel like you’ve read something fun and worthwhile. The Romance on the Go line is exactly that. Tight stories that explore erotic romance with flair and in this case, some tinsel and a whole lot of naughty.
Happy reading and I hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday season.

Erzabet Bishop is a bestselling and award winning author who
loves to write naughty stories. She is the author of Lipstick, Dinner Date,
Crave, The Science of Lust, Wicked for You, Arcane Imaginarium: Spirit Board,
Holidays in Hell, Sigil Fire, Written on Skin, Club Beam, Pomegranate, A Red
Dress for Christmas, The Black Magic Café, Fantasies in Red, Sweet Seductions:
The Erzabet Bishop Collection, Holiday Cruise, Fetish Fair, Temptation Resorts:
Jess, Temptation Resorts: Marnie, Taming the Beast, The Erotic Pagans Series:
Beltane Fires, Samhain Shadows and Yuletide Temptation along with being a
contributor to many anthologies. Erzabet has been a finalist in the GCLS awards
for 2014 and 2015, winning the Goldie for her spot in two anthologies. She has
been nominated for the 2016 Golden Flogger Award for Crave. She lives in Texas
with her husband, furry children and can often be found lurking in local
bookstores. She loves to bake, make naughty crochet projects and watch monster
movies. When she isn’t writing, she loves to review music and books.
Follow her reviews and posts on Twitter @erzabetbishop.
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“We Need A Little Christmas” is live!

Just in time for the holidays!

Abbie Adams and I are so excited to announce our Holiday Age Play novella set is live on Amazon!

Buy now on Amazon!

Buy now on Blushing Books

 

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BLURB for: We Need a Little Christmas by Katherine Deane

Thirty-three year old, Ivy Henry seems to have it all. A well-paying job, a new house, and her wonderful HOH/husband, Jack. At her request, they had incorporated Domestic Discipline into their marriage a few years ago and she flourished under his love, guidance, and support.

But, this year’s holiday season is wreaking havoc on their calm relationship. Between the stress of work and hosting this year’s Christmas Eve party for all the family, Ivy is becoming more and more out of control. To top it off, she has a secret she can’t share with Jack.

Their relationship is wonderful but she wants more—a chance to explore her younger side. Ivy desires to do Age Play but is fighting her needs because it is embarrassing. How can she trust Jack not to laugh when she tells him she wants to curl up on his lap at night and call him Daddy?

Jack has been watching Ivy slip away emotionally for the past year. His beautiful, sweet wife is now always angry and ill tempered. DD just doesn’t seem to be cutting it any longer. He can tell she is unhappy, but doesn’t know how to help her until the day he finds her chat sessions on her computer. Discovering hope again, he begins to make plans to escape from this stressful holiday. He will introduce his precious Ivy to her new daddy—him. They both need to reconnect and they both need a Little Christmas.

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Blurb for A Little Sugar, A Little Spice by Abbie Adams

Christmas is a time of magic and anticipation. Meri is far less concerned about what might be under her tree than she is about who is showing up on her doorstep. Though she adores her sister, Kim, even she has to admit that the woman tends to be the ‘naughty’ to Meri’s ‘nice’. Her husband, Sean, has already warned his little girl that he won’t hesitate to turn her over his knee if she doesn’t remember that their household has definite rules that are not to be broken. If she wishes to test her Daddy’s resolve, instead of visions of sugarplums dancing in her head, his naughty little one will be dancing to the tune of a thick wooden spoon.

It doesn’t take but two days before Kim has once again shown her true colors. Despite Meri’s willingness to excuse her behavior, she finally admits that Kim’s life would be so much better if someone cared for her the way her own Daddy did. Perhaps if Kim had her own bottom reddened, she would learn the error of her ways but would Meri ever have the courage to reveal the dynamics of her life to her sister?

When Sean invites Kim’s boyfriend to dinner, the young woman is shocked-especially since she’d told Meri that they had broken up. She knows she isn’t happy with her life but is worried what her sister might think if she learns what Kim really desires. Kyle is far less hesitant in reminding the stubborn woman he adores exactly who is in charge. Will the two sisters take the chance to unwrap the secrets they’ve both held onto for so long? Will they discover that loving men who appreciate both a little sugar and a little spice fulfills them in all ways and is the best Christmas present they could ever receive?

 

You are Big Ivy and Little Ivy- It’s okay to be both.

Here’s a sneak peek at my new Age Play Holiday novella, We Need a Little Christmas.  It’s part of a box set co-written with the awesome Abbie Adams (whose birthday is today!). J

I chose a tender scene to showcase. Ivy is struggling with her thoughts and reactions to her new little side. But Jack is there to help her through it…

 

“I  think what upset me the most today, was how I reacted,” Ivy mumbled into his chest. “I really over-reacted, and took it out on you. I’m sorry.”

 

“It’s okay.” He kissed her forehead.

 

Wrenching away, she pulled back with tears in her eyes. “No, it’s not. I got upset  and took it out on you because I wanted to go into Little mode. It was a  crisis, and I just tried to hide. I thought this was supposed to be a good thing, letting myself be… I don’t know, young?” She wrinkled her nose. “But that makes it a crutch, right?” Her fists tightened as she  crossed her arms around her chest. “I know all about unhealthy coping  mechanisms after watching my mom.” She burst into tears. “This is unhealthy  escapism. If I can’t turn it off, how can I be the real me? How can I be who  I’m s’posed to?” Her face crumbled and sadness clouded her features. More  tears washed down her face. “I even sound  like a little girl.” She whined and grimaced, burying her head into his  lap.

 

“Sweetie, it’s okay.” He stroked her head and held her until she stopped crying.  “Sit up. Look at me, please.” Her pitiful gaze met his. “I’m probably not going to say this right, but let me try.”

 

She  sat up and straightened her back to meet him, her body radiating nervous  energy. 

 

“You’re special. You make things really fun and interesting, even when you don’t try to. You are beautiful and sexy and smart, and I love arguing with you about politics, because you don’t take any shit from me.” He smiled and kissed her cheek. “You’re also strong, capable, a warrior in heels with a leather briefcase big enough to carry a dead body.”

 

That got her laughing.

 

“You’re also exuberant, full of life, gregarious, and you sing off key.” He winked when she pretended to be offended. “You know every single Disney song and movie by heart. You make me feel young. Your energy brings me to life when I’m grumpy and tired.”

 

She sniffled and her eyes glistened.

 

“I  know this past year has been hard for you. But the you I see is a lot of different things. You are big and you are little. They’re combined. And I think you’d be doing yourself a huge disservice if you tried to turn off something that is such a big part of you. You are Big  Ivy. You are Little Ivy. It’s okay to be both. I love both.”

 

 

 

 
BLURB:
Thirty-three year old, Ivy Henry seems to have it all. A well-paying job, a new house, and her wonderful HOH/husband, Jack. At her request, they had incorporated Domestic
Discipline into their marriage a few years ago and she flourished under his
love, guidance, and support.
But, this year’s holiday season is wreaking havoc on their calm relationship. Between the stress of work and hosting this year’s Christmas Eve party for all
the family, Ivy is becoming more and more out of control. To top it off, she has a secret she can’t share with Jack.
Their relationship is wonderful but she wants more—a chance to explore her younger side. Ivy desires to do Age Play but is fighting her needs because it is embarrassing. How can she trust Jack not to laugh when she tells him she wants to curl up on his lap at night and call him Daddy?
Jack has been watching Ivy slip away emotionally for the past year. His beautiful, sweet wife is now always angry and ill tempered. DD just doesn’t seem to be cutting it any longer. He can tell she is unhappy, but doesn’t know how to help her until the day he finds her chat sessions on her computer. Discovering hope again, he begins to make plans to escape from this stressful holiday. He will introduce his precious Ivy to her new daddy—him. They both need to reconnect
and they both need a Little Christmas.
 
Coming Tuesday, Dec 15, 2015
Thanks for stopping by!
 

Thankfulness 2013 – A Thankful Transition into the Christmas Season!

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Wow, what a busy week!

I don’t know about all of you, but this week went by fast!

But it was the good kind of fast!

It was a week full of:

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Playing outside,

Making messes inside,

Spending quality time together until we needed personal breaks. (At which point, we turned on the old Frosty and Santa movies—the ones with Burl Ives—and snuggled up with sleeping bags, popcorn and M & M’s.)

It was almost a little too unstructured for my tastes, but we worked through it. (And the salty sweetness of our popcorn concoction made everything ok.  I also snuck some skittles into mine, so I could get a quick red dye fix!)

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Thanksgiving itself, was very low key.  We spent it with our friends and their children, who are the same age as ours.

We ate a lot of delicious food, relaxed, and talked about grown up stuff like:

Books,

Movies,

The scary stuff that freaked us out as kids, that is considered lame by today’s standards (e.g. the Wicked Witch from Wizard of Oz).

I even turned a conversation about the neighbor’s coyote issue, into a conversation about shape shifters and government cover up!

And I didn’t embarrass my husband too much! (At least he didn’t kick me under the table this time. Maybe he is just getting desensitized?)

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It was wonderful! I felt truly thankful to be surrounded by my loving family and close friends, in the intimate, and not over stimulating environment.

There was no crying or pouting or stomping of feet – and the kids behaved very well also.

It was the perfect ending to a week full of thankfulness that I plan to hang on to as long as I can.

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xmas trees

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Yesterday, my daughters and I cleaned up the living room, and put up their little 4 foot, personalized Christmas trees.

Then we pulled out the manger scene. (If you look closely, you can see a unicorn and two pink trees. 🙂 )

My favorite memory includes the following comments:

“I’m not sure where Baby Jesus is. Check in the rest of the packing paper.”

“Don’t drop him, he’ll lose his head.”

“Mommy, this angel is beautiful. She looks just like you.”

“Can I put baby purple bunny in the manger too?”

“All right, if you want to put a unicorn next to the Angel, go ahead.”

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This is the earliest we have ever started the Christmas season in our house.

But it also feels the most relaxed.  This time I am going to try to remember the REASON, and not just the season.

I’m praying that I don’t overspend and go crazy like past years.  (I tend to over compensate, not having family nearby.)

Hubby has already agreed to keep me “in check” if I start stressing or spending too much. 🙂

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So here’s to thankful hearts, warm bottoms, and a blessed holiday season for everyone.

Blessings and spankings!

blessings