#SatSpanks: College coed gets more than a bad grade #spanking


Release date: April 11, 2016

Preorder: March 30, 2016

I’m baaack….It’s been  while since I’ve participated in Saturday Spankings. Today I’m excerpting from Educating His Bride. In this scene, college coed Margaret got a D on an English paper. Her professor is about to take her to task..

He flipped open a record book and ran his finger down a list. “As it stands now, your grade is a shaky C minus. If you don’t do well on the final next week, you run the risk of getting a D in the course.” He snapped the grade book closed. “We had a discussion after your last paper, did we not?”


“I believe I warned you what the consequences would be if you failed to get at least a B.” He opened his middle desk drawer.

Yes, they’d talked about—but he couldn’t be serious.

He withdrew a thick, heavy eighteen-inch measuring stick. “Lock the office door, please.”

Educating His Bride Blurb

From coed to bride. College was never this naughty…

It’s the 1950s. Never much interested in her studies, Margaret Atwater attends college hoping to graduate with an Mrs. degree instead of a bachelor’s. When she catches the eye of English Professor Henry Thurston, she’s thrilled to marry him, drop out of school, and begin a new life as a married woman and faculty wife. However, Henry is a kinky man who has much to teach his eager young bride—in, and out, of the bedroom. As Mrs. Henry Thurston, Margaret’s sexual education has just begun.

Educating His Bride was previously published in the short-lived anthology Correcting the Coeds. It is being released as a single title now.

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3 Responses to #SatSpanks: College coed gets more than a bad grade #spanking

  1. PK Corey says:

    This is definitely a college lever course in every way. I think she will take her lessons more seriously in the future.

  2. Yikes! I guess she’s about to find out he’s very serious about her keeping her grades up. I definitely feel for her.

  3. Jane Henry says:

    Sounds like an intriguing premise, and very motivating method to academic success! Great excerpt.

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