Aunt Quincy does! Because she thinks she knows best! Quincy Lauder is a secondary character in Long Shot, my Corbin’s Bend spanking romance series novella to be released June 18. Recently, I interviewed Aunt Quincy for the Corbin’s Bend blog.
Abby Delaney moves to Corbin’s Bend to work at her aunt’s antique store to recover from a painful divorce. She gets more than expected when she meets sexy, charming Harris Montgomery, a local businessman and tennis pro, a man who seems to be the exact opposite of her ex-husband. Through Harris, she discovers her submissive side when he introduces her to spanking good times, and she begins to trust herself again. But when the relationship progresses to a deeper level, she discovers Harris and her ex share more in common than she’d thought. With future happiness on the line, can she risk surrendering her heart on a long shot?
First Corbin’s Bend novella releases!
Corbin’s Bend is a spanking romance series of novellas set in a fictitious Colorado town where everyone is a practicing spanko. Each novella is written by a different authors. The first book in the Corbin’s Bend series released last week. Finding Their Bliss by Thianna D is now available on Amazon.
Brent Carmichael loved Corbin’s Bend. A small community at the base of the rocky mountains just for spankofiles, he worked tirelessly to make sure everything ran smoothly and that the residents were safe and happy. He never intended to fall in love but when Charmagne Kendle stumbled into his life, he found an attraction he had no intention of fighting.
Char moved to Corbin’s Bend after losing her job, her apartment, and her fiancé all in one day. She had no idea she was actually moving to a spanking community but with the freedom to explore her secret fetish, she found herself happily upended over Brent’s lap.
As their relationship deepened into domestic discipline, her ex appeared wanting her back. Now she had to choose. The rich, handsome, and charming Nathan Korven or former police officer Brent Carmichael. To find her bliss, there was really only one choice.