An epic battle of the sexes begins not with a whimper or a bang, but a blind date. It’s feminist v. spanko in Body Politics, the third Rod and Cane Society novel to be released in a little over a week (January 8, 2013). Right now it’s time for another Six Sentence Sunday. To recap what has occurred: Feminist Stephanie Gordon and Deputy Chief of Police Mark DeLuca have met at the Bottoms Up bar. Stephanie notices her “Bottom Burner” cocktail has been served in a butt glass. We now switch to Stephanie’s POV. When Mark informs her they’re in a bar catering to spankophiles, she leaps to feet…
“Do you seriously think this is appropriate for a date?”
“You seemed to be enjoying yourself until a moment ago.” He stood up and towered over her in a macho way that heaped fuel onto her anger.
Stephanie snatched her handbag and yanked out her wallet.
He closed his fingers around her wrist before she could pull out the bills to pay for her drink. With his thumb he drew a circle on the inside of her arm.
I wish, I wish, I wish I could give the next six sentences because what happens next is one of my favorite parts of the entire book…but that will be next week. Toodles until then.
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Body Politics Blurb
Feminist Stephanie Gordon knows the instant she meets blind date Mark DeLuca it’s not going to work. Sure the deputy chief of police is criminally sexy, but he’s arrogant, domineering and sexist. Thank goodness after the evening ends, she’ll never have to see him again.
A member of the Rod and Cane Society, an organization of men who spank, Mark DeLuca is attracted to Stephanie like a paddle to a well-rounded ass. He sees beneath the shield of feminist militancy to the soft, sensitive woman she tries to hide. When she storms away in a snit, the chase is on. Can a Dom convince a diehard feminist her true strength lies in submission?
All Rod and Cane Society domestic disicipline erotic romances can be read as stand alones. To check out Unexpected Consequences and False Pretenses, the first two books, click here.