From Wife on the Lam, one of two stories in Domestic Discipline:
Janelle thinks her husband forgot their anniversary (he’d planned to surprise her). Angry, she flies off for a luxury resort vacation by herself. Unfortunately, she’s being stalked at the resort by a cowboy…In this scene, she’s sunning herself on the beach.
A shadow in the shape of a cowboy suddenly darkened her day. “Gotta be careful in this hot sun darlin’ or you’ll burn that pretty ass of yours.”
And then, a larger shadow blocked the sun when he plunked a massive umbrella into the sand and raised it.
She flipped over and scrambled to her feet. “I’m not your ‘darlin’’ and my ass is none of your business!” She shoved her e-reader into her bag, grabbed her cover-up, and yanked it on.
Out of the corner of her eye, she glanced at him. He’d changed from jeans and western shirt to a pair of long shorts and a Hawaiian shirt. His sunglasses were firmly planted on his nose and his cowboy hat on his head. What kind of man wore a hat like that to the beach?
Didn’t matter. It wasn’t her business any more than her ass was his.
Domestic Discipline Blurb
Love, desire, domination, and submission. Two domestic discipline romances by USA Today bestselling author Cara Bristol in one volume.
Wife on the Lam
Janelle wants to take a luxury vacation for her wedding anniversary. Despite numerous hints, husband Brent misses all the clues and plans a business trip! Miffed, she flies off alone to a luxury resort. She’s going to celebrate—with or without him.
Brent didn’t have to work. He’d planned a second honeymoon to the luxury Cabana Resort. Janelle might have ruined his surprise, but he’s not going to let her ruin their anniversary, too. He has a little trick up his sleeve to take his errant wife in hand and get their marriage back on track.
Before her military husband left for his tour of duty, Cadence Simmons relied on Rahm’s love, direction, and protection. His absence forced her to become more independent and make decisions for herself. After serving his country, he’s home for good and eager to resume their marriage as it was before. Only Cadence isn’t quite sure she wants things exactly as they were. Can domestic discipline guide this couple through some major changes?
Wife on the Lam is light and humorous; Rahm’s Way is more intense.