Friday, November 29, 2013

Predicament Bondage Before Kayla's Spanking #SatSpanks

Welcome to Saturday Spankings. I hope everyone survived enjoyed Thanksgiving. I have to say, I love this time of year. It kicks off the whole holiday season for me. 

Today I wanted to share a piece from Taken By The Beast in celebration of having completed the sequel, Claimed By The Beast - Rachel and Marcus's story. It's at the publisher now and next week, I'll share a snippet from the new book.

One of my favorite scenes in Taken By The Beast was the punishment scene where Elijah bound Kayla and left her to stand in the middle of the room, arms over her head, naked but for the panties around her knees as he stood back and watched. This piece picks up form when he is about to gag her...

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“Open your mouth,” Elijah said.

“I won’t scream," Kayla replied.

“I think you’ll understand when I say I don’t trust you.”

She pressed her lips tighter.

“I can use duct tape too, but this won’t hurt as much when I take it off.”

She glared at him, but opened her mouth and didn’t struggle as he secured it in place.

He walked behind her. “One more thing,” he said, taking her panties down to mid-thigh. “When I tell you to strip naked, you strip naked.”

Wednesday, November 27, 2013


I don't live in the US at the moment but I love this holiday - it's like the opening of the holiday season for me. There's so much I'm grateful for that I hope this doesn't turn into a giant run on sentence...I'll try to limit myself. Here goes - my gratitude list:

1.  First, I'm so so grateful for my family, my kids who are completely crazy and who keep me real and laughing - most of the time - when I'm not pulling my hair out.

2.  My husband who is totally supportive, who I think loves me way more than I deserve.

3.  For my friends - virtual and in person - who are the best friends, the most wonderful, open loving group of people anyone could ever hope to have around them. I want to make a special note here for those I've found within the spanking community on line. You guys are awesome. I love you. You fill a space that was empty for too long.

4. I'm completely grateful for being able to do what I love. This past summer, we were sitting at the beach on vacation and I remember saying to my husband that I am just as happy writing as I am sitting here.

5. I'm so happy to have found my current publisher. Korey and James are wonderful - so good I don't have to spend time looking for another publisher and that makes me happy.

I feel like I'm accepting an Emmy or something...bear with me because really, this last part is important.

6. I'm grateful for all of you who read my books and keep me writing, for those of you who send me notes or poems (love those), who reach out to say I've somehow touched you. For all of you who leave reviews - I read every single one (sometimes over and over again) and I thank you so very much for taking the time.

There's so much more to this list but I'll stop here. There's turkey to be eaten and families to enjoy. Maybe...

Happy Thanksgiving to all of my fellow Americans and, well, it's a lovely holiday - thanks-giving so I'm just going to say it to all, Americans and not - Happy Thanksgiving.

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Melissa's Fate Cover Reveal by Kristin Elyon

I'm handing over my blog today to author Kristin Elyon. Her latest release, Melissa's Fate, will be out on December 10th. She's sharing her gorgeous cover and a sexy little snippet here today. 

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 Title: Melissa's Fate
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: December 10 2013


Life was quite predictable for Melissa Clayton, she had a good job, a loving boyfriend and everything seemed to have fallen in place for her. However when a family emergency arises, she leaves Texas for a while, engaging in a long distance relationship with her lover. When she returns things are not the same.

Heartbroken she moves back to California vowing to never love again. But life can be unpredictable. A blind date with a handsome young designer, proves to be just the beginning of something beautiful for the emotionally scarred Melissa. Perhaps everything she’d been through was meant to bring her to this point.

Could this be her fate? Could David Whitmore be the ONE?

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“It’s just a little ice,” he spoke in a low, seductive manner.  Taking the cube of ice, he brought it from her pussy, to her bountiful melon shaped breasts.  As he locked his eyes on hers, David traced along the perimeter of her now hardened nipples.

Mel moaned in delight, as he masked the chill of the ice with the warmness of his tongue.  “Whoa!” she cringed, taking another deep breath.  Her juices were slowly making their way from the top of her spine, down her back and crashing down between her legs.

David was an expert at this beyond any doubt and he basked in the knowledge that he was pleasuring her, immensely.  His sweet caresses became more intense as he rolled his tongue over an around her hardened nipple. Tearing his lips away from her, he allowed a few droplets of the water to sip from the melting ice cube to her overly sensitive peak.  As the cold liquid, landed on her, a jolt of pleasure cut through Mel.  Once again, her breath caught in her throat, when he took her nipple into the warmness of his mouth, sucking hard and amplifying her desire for him

When he suddenly withdrew himself and took her into his arms again, she almost cursed him for stopping.  However, she quickly realized that they were simply moving to his bedroom. 

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Monday, November 25, 2013

Age Play - An Interview With Author Abbie Adams

I read my first age play book just this past week - it was A Little Training by Abbie Adams. I didn't know much about AP and didn't know what I'd think of it to be honest. I'd read bits and pieces in stories here and there, but never a whole book with AP as the central theme. 

From the moment I picked up A Little Training, I immediately connected with Livvy, the main character. She didn't know what AP was but had found an ad and had signed the contract in exchange for much needed funds. Abbie says below that Livvy is her fantasy - has been for many years. All I can say is that as I read the book, Livvy was a sort of fantasy of mine. A Little Training was a glimpse into an ideal setting, a safe place where Livvy was just completely taken care of and loved, thoroughly disciplined, yes, but with love. 

I don't want to take up too much space with my thoughts on this book but I guess the overall feeling for me was one of safety, of a real 'home', of freedom, of just being completely loved and cared for. It was beautiful. 

Now here's Abbie...

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Natasha: A Little Training was your first book and you've recently released A Little Trouble, the follow up. Can you tell us about the inspiration for writing these stories?

Abbie: This is really hard—when it shouldn’t be.
Livvy is my fantasy. For many years I dreamed of her… I remember telling my cousin about her, about my whole make-believe world, and her thinking I was having an out of body experience. She suggested perhaps I was Livvy in another life. Why else could I come up with complete days of this girl’s life- and it was not a normal life either

I didn’t let myself believe even then that I was making her up.
I mean who does that? Has multiple characters living in their heads, walking and talking and living out their daily lives—none the wiser to the people witnessing/creating them from the outside?
I might have to admit I was a freak if I went so far as to admit I was making this stuff up. I liked my cousin’s diagnosis better than my own anyway.

Oh, did you want a simple answer? You should have said so… The Little Series is an ongoing fantasy in my little head. It is continuing, you never know what is going to come out next. What makes it hard is sorting it all out since it has been playing in the “backofmyeyelids” Cinema for years.

Natasha: You've just released a new book (Cancun Heat). Tell us a little about that.

Abbie: Cancun Heat was previously released as Vacation from Reality. Not doomed to Amazon’s dungeon it suffered some glitch in the system and didn’t show up in the search engine or pages for quite some time after it was released. When we finally figured thatout, and tried to relist it, it still didn’t sell any copies. So, we’ve pulled it and are re-releasing it all together.
Now, anyone who purchased it via Blushing Books will automatically receive the new copy. We’re hoping the New Release will be just what this book needs. My beta readers were thrilled with it, even though it was not an AP like my Little books. I’m excited to see what others think too.

Cancun is hot, and so are Brianna’s memories. She’s replayed the scene she witnessed of Clay so many times that no other man will ever live up to him.
Brianna longs to be held accountable, spanked by a sexy dominant man when she deserves it, (or even for fun). Is that too much to ask?
This librarian only gets her action in her books and her fantasies. That’s why her best friend cooks up this dream vacation—so they can have some real fun. Only now Kelly can’t come to Cancun with Bree and Bree resorts to her old devices. Until Clayshows up. Or is that just the Jose Cuervo, making her see things.
Is it the heat in Mexico, the sultry sea air, or is it really Clay? And does he still believe in spanking a girl when she deserves it?

Natasha: For how long have you been writing and how do you come up with your story ideas?

Abbie: I’ve been writing forever… I’ve been published for about four years.

Natasha: I feel like this genre is exploding right now (spanking and AP) which makes me very happy of course. What do you think of this - do you agree/disagree? And do you think our books help people who are maybe afraid or just unable to come out and experience this in their lives?

Abbie: I LOVE that the spanking and AP books are everywhere right now. As I was traveling the last month I saw many people reading on their kindles and nooks and I couldn’t help but wonder if they were reading some kinky book written by someone we know. And it’s just that—I think the ability to read on electronic devices and get whatever type of reading material we choose so much more readily has opened up a whole new world to us.
totally agree that it has helped woman-err and men come out of their shells and accept themselves and their natural tendencies to be submissive or dominant and not feel like they need therapy… like they are freaks… We can let go and explore oursexuality.

Natasha: Do you live in a spanking relationship and how (if at all) does ageplay—play a role in it?

Abbie: I do live in a Domestic Discipline relationship. It was very hard for me to open up to my sweet and wonderful husband about my desires. It was equally hard for him to accept that it was okay for him to spank/hit me.

He did want to spank me. He will admit it somehow turns him on. Not that He enjoys hurting me—but me submitting to him, and physically squirming on his lap… he always worries that he will go too far, hurt me too much and more often than not stops well before he could… (I will admit I’m a baby)
But my point in this is that it took me a LOT to get to this point… there were many sleepless nights. My hubby knows I write spanking fiction… he spanks me… he knows nothing of AgePlay…. Or my Little books.

I don’t know when if ever I could tell him about Ageplay. I don’t know how it could fit into our lives or if I want it to. Sometimes, I really think I do… I mean I can see how could.

I think it was Korey Mae Johnson (found it, on Spanking Romance) who said it best.
She said that her husband said that she basically already was a “little”.
He coddles her, makes her take naps, tucks her in… He took her to the doctor, the only that set them apart from the AP couples was that she didn’t call him “Daddy.”

Now as nice as it would be to age play- to cuddle with a Daddy— I could settle for less… I could see how some of the aspects could work… Oh damn. Here I go again.

Wait, the question? Oh, yes… Yes, we have spanking. No Ageplay.

I feel as though AP is often even more misunderstood by people outside this community than spanking.

I think so. I think everyone automatically thinks of spanking as a sexual thing. They can’t fathom that it can be a discipline thing and that it really widely done.

Then I think that people generally think of Age play as people who want to have sex with children. Or, women who never had a real dad.

I think it’s more of the hero worship thing. Why wouldn’t we fantasize over the perfect authoritarian? Every girl has a hero/prince charming and looks up to him. We fantasize about the perfect Daddy, he will care for our every need, he is honest and fair… even to the point of not letting us harm ourselves.
Natasha: Do you have a favorite author or a book that has stood out for you and why?

Abbie: I have so many favorites, this is kind of like picking my favorite food! Every new book that I read, I gush that it’s my favorite book of all time, like seriously, every new book.
Okay, in all honesty… I’ve gotten a sneak peek at one of Maren Smith’s new books (I’ll be Home for Christmas) and I was caught between giggles and holding my fanny most of the way through. I’ve probably said it before… I really like her, almost every book she has written, and as a friend and author she is full of wonderful encouragement and always willing to help.

Six months of training. Six months to find a placement. Three years with a Daddy. Fifty-thousand dollars. No Kidding.

That is the short of it. The contract I signed- well I don't think words could describe it. I essentially gave up the rights to my body for the next four years.

"You truly have nothing to fear unless you disobey. If you are good girls you will be rewarded. But, if you are naughty, you will be spanked or punished. You will learn as you go along. As will we all, I suppose. Right now, all you need to know is that you must obey all of the adults or men in our home." Trace locked his gray-blue eyes on mine until I looked away. I thought he was challenging me until I noticed he made the same eye contact with all the girls.

"You will only call me Daddy, and the other men- Uncle. As you get to know them you may call them Uncle Matt or such but you must always use the respectful term Uncle. Are there any questions on this?"

Six months of training. Six months to find a placement. Three years with a Daddy. Fifty-thousand dollars. No Kidding. Livvy is back in the second book of The Little Series.

Livvy has high hopes after Daddy made his claim on her, but it didn't feel like things had changed. Shouldn't he have told the others? Shouldn't things have been different? Maybe she made a mistake? Maybe he was still looking for the perfect little girl?

He was still getting more new girls, but wasn't she special? Daddy let her go with him to meet some of the new girls. He was also teaching her some of the things that pleased him, as strange as they were... Sara also takes on the role of helping her become the little girl that Daddy likes best. Will Sara's observations prove helpful or harmful?

Friday, November 22, 2013

The Mark of the Fey #SatSpanks

As a Medieval romance, Her Rogue Knight, also contains elements of legend, specifically the legends of Morgan le Fey and Avalon and those of King Arthur, or at least the powerful scabbard that sheathed his sword. 

This was probably the most fun part of writing this book. I love this legend, and I loved twisting it even more, making it unique to the story and to Sir William and Gemma's quest.

Gemma was born with the mark of the Fey, the twin serpents of Avalon, a symbol of magic and of protection. As Sir William and Gemma get closer to rescuing Alys, her birthmark begins to change in form, growing in size and, although she does not know it yet, in power. 

In this scene, Gemma, who is half Fey but no longer believes in magic, wakes from a dream to find evidence that the magic is very real indeed and that she, as a daughter of Avalon, shall have its protection.


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He touched the spot but what he saw was unreal. He believed in magic. He believed in the Fey. He had seen enough to know how real it was. But still, looking at her now, this tiny little thing, what he saw was impossible to believe.

“The mark,” he began, touching the twin serpents once more.

“What?” she asked, trying to sit up.

He allowed her to rise, and she immediately put her hand over it.

“It’s grown.”


Since her mother’s death, Gemma has raised her younger sister Alys and kept her family safe… until the day they are caught by surprise and Alys is taken by a band of outlaws. In desperation, Gemma’s frail, elderly father pleads for aid from a reclusive knight by the name of Sir William and pledges him Gemma’s hand in marriage in repayment for the safe return of her sister. 

When Gemma ignores her father’s instructions and sets out on her own to rescue Alys, she discovers that this gruff, unkempt, and yet undeniably handsome brute is more than her match, and the lesson is brought home with a sound spanking on her bare bottom. With no time to waste taking the brave and feisty yet hopelessly na├»ve eighteen-year-old back home, Sir William has no choice but to bring her along as he pursues her sister’s captors. Though he might not admit it, however, he relishes the thought that he might have to punish her again, and with every glimpse of her delicious curves his lust intensifies. 

In spite of his firm chastisement and his demand for her unquestioning obedience, Gemma finds her feelings for Sir William evolving rapidly. She begins to wonder what it would feel like to be stripped bare and held tight in his strong arms, helpless and blushing, yet longing for him to claim her hard and thoroughly. 

Even as her desire for him grows stronger, she frets about the secrets he keeps from her. His skill in battle alone tells her that he is no mere woodsman, and the hilt of his sword bears a marking that cannot be mistaken—a symbol that she believed had passed into legend. Can she trust this man with her life and that of her sister? Will he fail her in her hour of greatest need, or will her rogue knight prove himself worthy of not only her submission but her love as well? 

Publisher’s Note: Her Rogue Knight is an erotic novel that includes spankings, anal play, graphic sexual scenes, elements of BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.