Friday, May 30, 2014

A Naughty Anal Punishment from Tara Finnegan's new release, Exile to Unity

It's a shame Corbin's Bend is a fictitious community as I'd definitely be looking into homes if it were real. Just imagine, a community of spankos as your neighbors. It's unreal. Tara Finnegan's latest release, Exile to Unity, is a part of this series and I've asked her to share a bit of this very naughty scene on my blog. I got to read it before publication and oh my... Here's Tara:

Thank you so much, Natasha, for letting me take over your blog to peddle my wares. Yeah, I know, there is a name for people like me, several names actually and none of them flattering!

Finally, that Finnegan one got her ass in gear and released a new book. And it’s here! ExileTo Unity is the third book in the Corbin’s Bend series. For anyone who isn’t familiar with Corbin’s Bend, it’s a fictitious community in Colorado, based on a common ethos of spanking. If it was real I’d move there.  


Warning, what follows is a pretty harsh punishment scene, duly warranted, I think, as the ‘crime’
threatened the very foundation of Ange and Jim’s marriage.   

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Ange looked at where he was standing. Jim had one shoe off, which he had used to hammer a hook against the outside of the downstairs bathroom wall. He fixed the blue bag on the hook. She felt her anus clench at the thought of what was to follow. She heard the glop glop glop of the bag filling with water.

“See this hook? Tomorrow you’re going to find a picture to put here, and every time you look at that picture, you’ll know it’s only there to mask your shame, because from now on, this is where enemas will be delivered. And they’ll be delivered any time you hide things from me, or keep your feelings bottled up. Is that clear? If you keep things in, I’ll force them out. Simple.”

Ange looked at the spot where he’d banged in the hook. She would have to come up with something imaginative to hang at waist height in her living area. She certainly would know it was her shame as she would never hang a picture in that spot. It was if he’d purposefully picked the least likely place for sheer humiliation, knowing how house-proud she was. Even as he spoke, his words and his lecture were affecting her. To her horror, Ange realized she was actually aroused, in spite of the awful thing she was about to endure. Her backside hurt like hell, but even so, she was never more willing to do his bidding. Ange wanted to please Jim, even if that meant having cold water infused into her bottom. She felt a massive sense of relief that he cared enough to punish her. Since Jack was born, Ange had never felt so secure in Jim’s care. He had chosen to forgive her. She watched him lay the towels out on the floor.

“Come here, and lie across my lap,” Jim said as he sat on the chair he had carried
over.

Somehow Ange managed to get her feet to work, shuffling them reluctantly across the
cool of the bleached oak floor.



Blurb: Exile to Unity, Corbin’s Bend Book Three



When their preference for BDSM becomes embarrassingly public, Angela and Jim O’Brien decide to start afresh in Corbin’s Bend, a community based on a common ethos of spanking, a place where Ange hopes they can belong.

Ange soon learns that in this new environment,  Jim is not beyond chastising her with a good sound spanking as the couple face their past demons and try to recover the closeness they once shared.  New challenges soon face the couple.  Will their difficulties destroy them or can their move be what Ange initially hoped for, an exile to unity?

About Tara Finnegan:
Accidental writer from the west of Ireland, Tara likes to write about strong, feisty modern day heroines who meet their match with even stronger spanking heroes where the sparks will fly.
When not writing, she is a wife, mother, taxi-service, gofer and general finder of lost items!





3 comments:

Tara Finnegan said...

Thank you so much for having me here today, Natasha. Much appreciated.

Roz said...

Congratulations on the new release Tara! Wow, a spanking community ... I'd live there too !:)
Ooh, Jim means business! Great snippet :)

Thank you Natasha for hosting.

Hugs
Roz

Tara Finnegan said...

Thank you, Roz.
I think when Thianna first introduced the concept of Corbin's Bend to us, we were all wishing it was a real community instead of fictional! Who knows, maybe someday....