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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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Begging for a spanking: Rayanna Jamison’s new Corbin’s Bend novel

I am so excited about Rayanna’s new Corbin’s Bend book.  It tackles some pretty realistic topics, like post partum depression, and I can’t wait to read it. 🙂

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Blurb:

After a difficult delivery and birth of her daughter, control freak Ginger Davies, is losing control. She cares only for the care of her daughter and has no time or energy for anything else. Her home, business, and relationships are suffering. She knows something needs to change, but she is too overwhelmed to do anything about it. As someone who has always prided herself on being strong and capable, and disciplined, she can’t bring herself to admit what she is really going through.

 Her husband Beau has been content to take a break from domestic discipline to give Ginger the time and space she needs to recover, but he soon realizes that he’s not doing her any favors by letting things go. He realizes that break or no break, it’s time to regain control of his home and step up in a way that he never has before.

 

About Corbin’s Bend:

 Welcome to Corbin’s Bend, the first equity-cooperative housing development just for spankofiles. Thirty thousand acres in the mountains above Denver sits your dream come true. With 1000 home sites, several restaurants, a club house, theater, pool, and many other amenities, you will find yourself at home.

 Corbin’s Bend is the setting for a group of spanking romance novellas set in, where else? Corbin’s Bend, Colorado. A fictitious housing cooperative, Corbin’s Bend is unique in that everyone living there is into spanking, whether that be erotically or through domestic discipline. Just imagine, a place where nobody has to hide their particular spanking lifestyle.

 While reading any series in order is nice, Corbin’s Bend books can be read as stand-alones as well.

 

Excerpt :

“See, here’s the thing. I was more than willing to take a break. Aside from your temper, I’ve never had to worry much about you, and I figured I could trust you enough to keep yourself under control, and remember the heart of why we do this. But now, now you’re disobedient, you’re not living up to your responsibilities, you’re rude and belligerent, and you seem to enjoy throwing it in my face that I can’t spank you for it. The way I see it, you’ve been begging me to do just that.”

Ginger bit her lip, chewing it absently as she pondered his words. Is that what she had been doing? Shame rose up in her cheeks as she remembered her harsh words and defiant actions. It was just yesterday, but it seemed so long ago now. Nothing to put things in perspective like a first thing in the morning trip over your husband’s knee, she mused.

“Is that what you’ve been doing Ginger? Have you been begging for a spanking?”

She didn’t reply, still wrapped up in her own thoughts, she didn’t even realize he was asking her a question, until his hand stopped rubbing and came cracking down on her backside with all the force of a paddle. Damn, she had forgotten how hard his hands could be.

“Answer me, woman.” His hand went back, poised for impact, and she squeaked out her answer, bracing herself for the blow.

“No, I wasn’t, I wasn’t!” It didn’t seem to be the answer he was looking for, as his hand connected with her aching backside.

“Okay, okay, maybe I was! But, it wasn’t conscious!”

At her admission, his hand stilled, coming down softly to rest on her back. “Now we’re getting somewhere. Tell me, whose idea was it do domestic discipline?”

Ginger sighed. “Mine, Sir”

“And, whose idea was it to move to Corbin’s Bend?”

She could see where this was going, and it didn’t bode well for her. “Mine, Sir”

“Mmm-hmm” His finger pumped inside her, in and out of her tight hole. She clenched around it, hoping for relief, but he just pumped harder. “Whose idea was it to take a break, from any and all punishments, against the advice of our friends and mentors?”

“It was my idea.” Her voice sounded empty, even to her.

The pumping stopped, but the spanking began in earnest. His hand flattened against her bottom, again and again, peppering both cheeks with sharp swats, one after another, with no pause between. Dd may have been her idea, but damn, the man could spank.

“It seems to me,” he began, concentrating on reddening the crease between her thighs and bottom cheeks, “that we’ve been doing things your way for much too long. I’ve let you be in charge of everything, even this.”

 

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Rayanna Jamison is a spanking romance author. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, she now resides in Southern Utah, where she likes to say she spends her days sipping mudslides and writing by the hot tub while the kids play. Her stories border on sweet, although they get slightly naughtier with each new story she writes. Her passion is to write about submission in its many forms, and the effects it has on relationships and lives.

 

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A Perfect Partnership, spankings, and sushi ;)

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I’m sharing an excerpt from Rayanna Jamison’s hot Corbin’s Bend novel, A Perfect Partnership. Did you know her main character, Laney, runs a sushi restaurant? Yum! She even gives lots of fun names to her creations- like the HOH Roll, fantasy roll, That’s gonna sting. LOL, it’s spanko Sushi heaven! Here’s an excerpt that I really enjoyed when I read this!

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“I’ll take a Corbin’s Bend roll, and a Paddle You Pink roll, to go, please.” His eyes twinkled mischievously, and Laney blanched at his choice, relieved that she had chosen to take his order to go. She really didn’t know how much more of him she could take. It was only noon, and she was ready for this day to be over. She donned a new pair of plastic gloves, then stepped behind the glass screen to make his order, every nerve in her body painfully aware of his eyes following her as she worked. She didn’t think she had ever worked as fast, mad at her body for betraying her, as his mere presence caused her to be instantly aroused. She needed him to be out of here, and she needed to stop seeing him everywhere she turned. Ever since he had arrived in Corbin’s Bend, if she wasn’t seeing him, she was hearing about him.

Wordlessly, she finished his order, bagged it up, and walked it over to the register. She took his cash, and quickly made change for the twenty he handed her. “Have a good day,” she said dismissing him with a fake smile. To her dismay, he didn’t leave.

“Lannea,” he started, nervously.

“It’s Laney!”

“ Lannea,” he continued stubbornly. “I have always prided myself on being a man of my word, and I don’t think I treated you very fairly last night.  It’s come to my attention, that, ahem, it was unfair of me to make threats I didn’t plan on carrying out.” Laney could see beads of sweat forming on his brow, and she knew he was nervous, although she hadn’t quite figured out why, or what exactly he was getting at. If anything, the more he spoke, the more confused she became.

“What are you saying?” Her voice was flat and unaffected. She watched as he realized how unclear he was being, took a deep breath, and started over.

“I’m saying, I like you, and despite the fact that we got off to a rocky start I think you are sweet, and funny, and breathtakingly beautiful and I’d like to get to know you better, if you’ll let me. I’m completely new to the world of dating, and I’m not very good at this. I understand now what I said that hurt you and why it did. All I’m asking that you give me a chance to right the wrong, and..” he paused searching and when he spoke again, she got the distinct impression that the words he spoke were foreign to him, borrowed from somebody else. “And put my money where my mouth is.”

She raised her eyebrows. “Are you saying… what I think you’re saying?”

Blurb:

Josiah Jefferson left the polygamist community he grew up in to make a new home in Corbin’s Bend. He wanted to find the one  woman he could love and spank for the rest of his life. When a summer storm blows beautiful Lannea Paulsen into his life, he sees it as fate and never looks back.

Lannea Paulsen, better known as Laney to everyone but the stubborn Josiah, has had two goals since she moved to Corbin’s Bend last year. Save enough money to buy half of The Ginger Paddle, the sushi restaurant she runs with her cousin, and find a strong dominant man who is willing and ready to take her in hand in every way possible.

When Laney puts the business in jeopardy, Josiah comes to the rescue. One thing leads to another and they find themselves in a tumultuous platonic  DD relationship. Sparks fly  as they both refuse to admit the depth of their true feelings. Will they settle for less than they desire or will they chase after everything they have ever wanted?

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The Bishop’s First Bride, by Rayanna Jamison

 

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Rayanna Jamison is sharing a fun excerpt from her book The Bishop’s First Bride. It is the third in her polygamy series, and was my first polygamy story.

I really enjoyed it. It was fresh and sweet, and romantic. And it really opened my eyes to the polygamy community. (But if I were Rosa, I would have done the same thing. You’ll see. 🙂 Read the excerpt!)

 

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Carolyn stopped short in front of them, and immediately began to fawn over Luke, and ignore

the fact that Rosa was even there.

“Lucas Miller! Is that you? Well, aren’t you a sight for sore eyes! It’s been what, two years?”

Carolyn drawled, grabbing Luke to her chest in a forced hug. Luke sent Rosa a deer caught in

headlights look, and carefully disentangled himself from the force that was Carolyn.

Rosa breathed a sigh of relief. Of course, Luke had it under control. He had always known just

how to handle Carolyn.

“Carolyn.” Luke’s greeting was short but kind. He was never unkind-he would make a wonderful

bishop, Rosa knew.

“Luke” Carolyn drawled, running a finger across his chest suggestively. “Is that any way to greet

an old friend?” Carolyn puffed out her bottom lip in an exaggerated pout and Rosa couldn’t stop

herself from rolling her eyes.

Luke was too nice. He actually fell for Carolyn’s pouting, and apologized for his short greeting.

Rosa couldn’t believe it. She had always thought Luke too smart for Carolyn’s wiles, and now

with a pout and an eyelash flutter he was eating out of her hand?

“I’m sorry Carolyn- that was rude of me. It’s nice to see you. You look well. Surely, you

remember Rosa Collins?”

Carolyn smiled at Rosa for a half of a second before turning her attention back to Luke. “Are you

just in town for the day Lucas? I’ve just finished my last class of the day, and I was heading over

to this little café over yonder to get a snack. Why don’t you say goodbye to your friend and meet

me over there in a few minutes?”

Rosa saw red. She didn’t even wait to see how Lucas would respond as all rational thought had

left her brain at that point.

She sidestepped in front of Lucas, so that she was effectively wedged between Lucas and

Carolyn, and putting both hands in front of her gave Carolyn a mighty shove- causing her to fall

backwards into the street, right in a mud puddle. “I’m not his friend- I’m his fiancée!”

Carolyn just sat sputtering in the middle of the mud puddle- big crocodile tears forming in her

eyes. “Well- I never!”

“Yeah? Well maybe you should never just a little more often! Why don’t you learn to act like a

lady, and keep your hands off of my man! That’s right Carolyn- he’s mine, and we’re getting

married in three weeks. Forgive me if your invitation gets lost in the mail!” Rosa was screaming

and beginning to create quite a scene, before Luke jumped into action.

Rosa was still screaming choice words at Carolyn, when Luke stepped forward and graciously

helped her out of the puddle- which only served to make Rosa angrier.

Her brain completely left her then, and when Luke reached down and offered Carolyn his hand,

Rosa pushed him over too! Carolyn saw it coming, and scooted out of the way, and Luke fell in

the puddle beside her with a splash, spraying more mud to cover her face and the front of her

dress.

That’s when Rosa finally realized she had gone too far. She watched horrified, as a scowling,

unamused Lucas rose from the puddle. His eyes were dark as he sent her a warning glance

before turning and helping Carolyn out of the puddle.

Walking up to her, he leaned in close. “Do.not.move” he told her, his voice hard between gritted teeth.

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Blurb:

Rosa Collins was only sixteen when she received a vision telling her of her future husband.

Knowing that her husband would be Lucas, the Bishop’s son, and future Bishop of Green

Valley, both thrilled and terrified her. They were a match made in heaven, she knew, perfect for

each other.

But becoming the Bishop’s Wife is harder than Rosa anticipated. She struggles to transform

herself into the perfect Bishop’s Wife that her husband needs.

Lucas misses the real Rosa. Somewhere between getting married, and becoming the future

Bishop’s wife, his beloved wife has lost part of herself. Lucas knows that a good, old fashioned

spanking is exactly what Rosa needs to help her find balance in her unrealistic expectations of

what the perfect wife should be. But, try as he might, that balance doesn’t come easily for Rosa,

and it certainly didn’t help that her high school nemesis kept popping up and making trouble.

Will Lucas help her realize that all he wants is for his wife to be happy? Can Rosa pull herself

together enough to become the Bishop’s First Wife?

 

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Polygamy, spankings and a lover from the past- Rayanna Jamison’s The Prodigal Bride

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I am so excited to have Rayanna Jamison here, sharing her new spanking romance, The Prodigal Bride!

I absolutely love this premise-  a lover from the past, a reconciliation, and some naughty young women, conspiring against their HOH. 🙂

 I have not read a book about polygamy yet. But the idea (and this great plot!) intrigues me so much, that I have moved this to the top of my TBR.

Here is a  tempting little lead in, from Rayanna.

Enjoy!

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Excerpt:

Hiram banged on the door to Josiah’s small house. “Josiah!” He bellowed, “Open up! I

just called the station, and they said you were off shift. I know you’re home, open up!”

He hesitated as he waited for Josiah to come to the door. He knew he needed to go home

and check on Lucy and deal with Phoebe’s text, and help with the younger kids, but he also knew he couldn’t go home in his current mood. He needed to blow off some steam first, and Josiah’s house was the perfect place to do that.

He raised his fist to bang on the door again, just as a very annoyed and sleepy looking

Josiah flung it open.

Josiah was shirtless, and his hair mussed from the pillow. He had a two-day growth on

his normally clean-shaven face. Hiram winced. He knew Josiah was coming off a long shift, and he had hoped to catch him before he went to bed.

“Hiram,” Josiah barked. “I just got off a twenty-four hour shift. Can we do this later?”

“No,” Hiram said darkly, as he shoved past his brother into the small kitchen and grabbed

a beer from the fridge, chucking the top off angrily.

He watched as Josiah squinted at him, looking stunned. Hiram knew his brother well

enough to know what Josiah was thinking. Hiram rarely drank, and was never one to help

himself to something that wasn’t first offered.

“Oh, I know what this is about,” Josiah said nodding. “Look, Hiram, I’m sorry, I had no

choice. I had to give her a ticket. She was speeding in a school zone!”

“Not what this is about,” Hiram growled. “I’ll deal with Phoebe later. And, I would never

be mad at you for doing your job.”

Josiah sighed, and grabbed himself a beer. “So then, what’s got you so upset, Bro? It’s not

like you. Is everything okay with Lucy?”

“She’s back.”

“She’s back? From where? Where did she go? Was it for treatment?”

Hiram frowned. He apparently wasn’t making any sense. He was all tied in knots from

seeing Sophia. “No, not Lucy,” he corrected. “She didn’t go anywhere. She’s at home in bed.

Sophia.”

“Sophia?” Josiah choked out staring at him slack jawed. “Sophia Randall? In Green

Valley? When did that happen? She hasn’t been back since…” he broke off, uncertain of how much to say.

“Since she swore to the bishop, and her parents, and the entire town that I was her intended husband, and then ran off minutes before the wedding, never to be seen or heard from again until today? You can say it, Jos, I remember all too well.”

Hiram tipped his head back, and drained the bottle of beer in two big gulps.

 

Blurb:

Sophia Randall had no intention on returning to her home in the polygamist community she grew up when she left Hiram Jefferson just hours before their wedding. Though she cared deeply for Hiram and his family, she was young and impulsive.

Ten years, two children, and one monogamous marriage later, returning to Green Valley after the death of her husband is the only option left.

Hiram was devastated when Sophia left him at the altar. With everything already on his plate– between his job as the district superintendent, his large family, and one sick wife, the last thing he needs is the headache of Sophia being back in town.

When his wives go behind his back and form an alliance with Sophia, what is left for him to do but show them the error of their ways with a little old fashioned discipline. But what will happen when he finds out the true reason Sophia left him in the first place?

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Interview With New Author Rayanna Jamison

I am so excited to have brand spanking new, (pun intended!) author, Rayanna Jamison.

Her debut novel, Bride Two Soon, is about a very interesting topic – the spanking relationship and HoH dynamic in a polygamous relationship.

Normally, I read about HOH’s who lead (and spank ) one woman. But this book will have double the spankings!

I look forward to reading this, and seeing how Ms Jamison shows best friend / wives “fighting” for the attention and affections of their dominant husband, and seeing how he deals with each of them in turn. This is going to be fun!

Today, we get to meet the new author, and learn more about her and her brand new book.

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Katherine Deane: Thanks for joining me today, Rayanna. So, how do you feel right now?  Explain the emotions you went through the past week. Have you had time to settle back in or are you still flying high?

Rayanna Jamison: Thanks for having me, Katherine. Well, for starters, I haven’t been sleeping well since about 2 days before the book came out. This entire process has been a roller coaster ride of emotions, and I think my biggest issue is knowing that quite a few of my friends have read my book. That’s a scary feeling. Mostly this has been an amazing process, and I have learned a lot, and made some great friends. I don’t know if I would say I’m on a high, because I have a lot of conflicting emotions, but I am definitely still in a daze.

Katherine Deane: It’s a pretty cool feeling, I agree! Is this also your first written book? Had you ever written before this? Blog, unpublished stories, anything?

Rayanna Jamison: This is my first PUBLISHED book I guess. That being said, it’s also the first book I have written in fifteen years, But when I was younger, I was always writing.

Katherine Deane: Congratulations! So tell me about your book.

Rayanna Jamison: My book is based in a fictional polygamous town that is based off a real polygamous town near where I live. In these towns, the women are given a vision, a name, of who they are supposed to marry. They give the name to the bishop and he informs the intended husband. In my story, Mollie and Ben who are newlyweds, find out that another woman has given Ben’s name as her intended husband, and that woman is Mollie’s best friend Beth Anne. Mollie is furious, and chaos and fighting ensue. No-one can fight quite the way best friends can, so Ben certainly has his hands full between the two women.

Katherine Deane: This is so cool! I love the premise of this story. So this kind of has a fantasy vibe to it, because of the “visions”, correct?

Rayanna Jamison: No, I couldn’t write fantasy if I tried. There is a real polygamous sect that believes this way, and I wouldn’t call it a vision so much as a strong feeling, or answer to prayer. I used vision for lack of a better word.

Katherine Deane: Ok, that makes sense. Who’s your favorite character? Did you use any real life influence for this character?

Rayanna Jamison: Oh my gosh! I’m not sure I could choose. Pretty much all my characters ended up having some real life influence, although I didn’t plan it that way. Probably the only one that doesn’t remind me of anyone is Ben. I like Owen, Ben’s father, because he reminds me of my husband’s grandfather. He has ended up being my most controversial character though, which doesn’t surprise me. He’s very old school, and some think he is chauvinistic, but I think he is wise and kind, and has a big personality.

Katherine Deane: Are you in any sort of spanking relationship? (I am in a LDD relationship with my husband, and confuse the heck out of him with my spankophile nature. Hehe, I like to keep him on his toes! :))

Rayanna Jamison: My husband and I do practice DD, but it is on again/off again. I am a huge spanko, but that’s a whole different story!

Katherine Deane: If you could live out this book, would you prefer to have another husband or another wife in your relationship. (I wouldn’t be able to go the polygamy route, but I do fantasize about being spanked by other men I know.  Like the neighbor guy up the street.  Alas, in real life, hubby would never go for it, and I would feel guilty. So this is all fantasy 🙂

Rayanna Jamison: I could honestly not fathom being spanked by anyone but my husband! It took me so long to even share that part of me with him, so no, not at this point.

As far as polygamy, living where we now live, we have joked about it, but that’s as far as it will ever go. If I had to choose though, yeah, no I can’t I’m too prude!  We used to say I would take another wife and she could do everything (cook, clean etc) EXCEPT have sex with my husband!

So yeah, besides the sharing spouse part, i could see myself enjoying certain benefits in a polygamous relationship. J/k

Katherine Deane: LOL, we are on the same wavelength for extra wives, I think.

Except, my extra wife would be miserable. I’m a huge packrat, er slob, er creative type 😉

Does anyone in your real life know about this cool new adventure you are on? Brand new published author, spankophile…

Rayanna Jamison: Quite a few of my RL friends (and my parents) know my pen name so i don’t mind joking around about implements or getting in trouble or things like that, but I don’t want to go to in depth in a public forum.

Katherine Deane: I can understand that completely. Once it’s out there, it is out. There! 🙂

I do wish I could be open like that with my friends and family. But they are not ready. Maybe someday. Huge kudos to you for having such a great support network in real life.

And congratulations on your first story!

I can’t wait to read it. It is a very different premise that I have not read before, and sounds very entertaining.

Thanks for joining me today.

Rayanna Jamison: Thanks for having me Katherine! This was fun and I hope you enjoy the book.

 

Katherine Deane: Here is brief explanation of an excerpt from Rayanna’s brand new book. Thanks for sharing, Rayanna!

 

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Ben has been threatening to spank Beth Anne for weeks, even though propriety says that he would not discipline her until they are married. Beth Anne’s job and her work schedule has been a point of contention for Ben since their first date. He has set some rules in place for after they are married, but when Beth Anne stays late after work, and is late to their pre-marital counseling session with the bishop, Ben can’t let it slide, and decides he must punish her, despite the fact that the wedding is still a week away! 

 

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Excerpt

When she remained stoic, he began spanking in earnest. Using his hand like a paddle, spread out with his palm flat, he rained swat after swat all over every inch of her heart-shaped bottom, until he could feel the heat radiating up through the thin layer of her flimsy maxi skirt. It was a light, summery floral print, pink and orange flowers on an ivory background, and he realized that up close and at the right angle, it was nearly see through. He pulled it tight, stretching the fabric against her swollen globes, and was satisfied to find that he could see a rosy pink glow through the fabric. She began to moan and wiggle slightly on his lap, causing a familiar ache in his groin. He realized with a groan that he had to get her off his lap and finish her spanking before things got out of hand. He drew a deep breath and counted slowly in his head before exhaling. When he felt the swelling in his member decrease and diminish, he patted her bottom and helped her to rise off of his lap. She was shaky when she stood and he was surprised to see her eyes wet with unshed tears.  She looked so sweet, trusting and vulnerable that he nearly came undone. He had never been this affected by a spanking before. He couldn’t help himself, he reached out and pulled her into his arms, kissing her face softly, everywhere but on her lips, as they were saving that for their wedding day. He didn’t want to finish the spanking, couldn’t bear to do what he knew he must. It took every ounce of resolve he had to pull away from her.  When he spoke, his breath caught in his throat and his voice cracked. “Good girl, Beth Anne,” he whispered, swallowing hard.

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Blurb:

This is a story of love and life- long friendship against the odds. What happens when two life long best friends Mollie, and Beth Anne find themselves married to the same old fashioned man? Can they remain friends? Will jealousy get the best of them? Will their husband be able to fix the problem with a good old fashioned spanking, or two?

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