Corbin’s Bend spanking romance series overview part 2!


Corbin’s Bend is fictitious community in Colorado, USA, where all the residents practice spanking—and serves as the setting for a series of spanking romance novellas published by LazyDay/Blushing Books.  Each novella of the series is a stand-alone written by a different author, but characters from the different books appear and reappear. There are eight books in the initial rollout, but many more are on the horizon! 

Last week I gave an overview of the published CB books (read that here), today I’m presenting the ones coming up.

For Ben by Kate Richards – Released today! – Buy Link

For-Ben-Final-200x300Roy Simms is about to make full partner in a big NYC law firm. His wife, Teri, assures him that once they reach their career goals, they can relax and enjoy life…maybe even consider starting a family. He’s not sure how much longer their marriage can survive if they don’t make time for one another. One evening of passion and spanking makes him ache for the connection they’ve almost lost.

Teri Simms doesn’t understand why Roy needs so much prodding to reach for the stars. With his education and talent, he should be senior partner long since. But he’ll get there. Her own vice presidency occurred only  five years into her tenure with the financial firm, and if it takes seventeen hours a day and most of her weekends, so be it. Roy will just have to continue to be understanding.

A phone call from a stranger will change everything. This two-job-no-kids couple is a family, due to the tragic death of  Teri’s sister and brother in law. They must fly immediately to Corbin’s Bend, Colorado and take charge of little Ben, almost four years old. The change of scene brings to the forefront everything good and bad about their marriage. It’s time to face some difficult truths.

Author factoid: Kate Richards must not sleep. Besides being an author, she is executive editor of Decadent Publishing (was one of the founders of the 1Night Stand series) and with Valerie Mann owns Wizards in Publishing.

A Simple Misunderstanding by Kathryn R. Blake – July 16, 2014 release

A-Simple-Misunderstanding-200x300Though Arthur and Eleanor Benson have been practicing domestic discipline for three months since their wedding, he insists moving to Corbin’s Bend, where domestic discipline is the norm rather than the exception, will revitalize their marriage. Elly has doubts, but since Arthur is the undisputed head of their household, they move. However, once Arthur becomes immersed in a community where spanking is not only permitted, but encouraged, his personality undergoes a dramatic change. Accusing his submissive wife of being lazy, disorganized and disobedient, he employs creative methods of pain and humiliation to mold Elly from the imperfect woman he married into the perfect woman he desires. And Elly finds herself a virtual prisoner in her own home, accountable only to the man who rules her life with a cane.

In his years as a vet, Jerry Douglas has seen what abuse does to animals, and he recognizes those same signs in Elly Benson during her daily escape to the dog park with her tiny poodle. Jerry steadfastly supports the tenets of domestic discipline and enjoys the freedom Corbin’s Bend offers its residents, but he remains fiercely protective of anyone in need of a champion. And when he witnesses evidence of harsh handling, his instinct is to rush in and rescue. Problem is Elly Benson is a married and consenting adult who insists all her bruises and welts are nothing more than a simple misunderstanding between her and her husband, until the day Arthur Benson takes his authority and discipline one-step too far, endangering Elly’s life.

Author factoid: Kathryn Blake developed and hosts Saturday Spankings, a popular weekly spanking fiction blog hop, in which authors excerpt eight sentences from a current work.

 Last Dance for Cadence by Maren Smith – July 23, 2014

Last-Dance-for-Cadence-200x300The ad read: “Full-time housekeeper/nanny position. Live-in preferred. References and experience required. Salary negotiable. Apply in person.”

Cadence Westmore knew she wasn’t qualified for the job, but for a paycheck and an apartment, she was determined to apply. As an ex-dancer with two bad legs and no experience with children, she expected to be turned down. What she didn’t expect was the instant attraction she felt when Corbin Bend’s resident doctor took her in his capable hands.

A widower with three boys to raise, Dr. Marcus Devon knew he needed help. But he also knew Cadence Westmore was the last person he should hire. Still he gave her the job, opening his home and his life to a woman as stubborn as she was lovely, and as determined not to need him as he was to make her his. She was her own worst enemy, pushing herself to exceed her wounded body’s physical limitations until the doctor finally stepped in to apply some good old-fashioned bare-bottom medicine. The more she rebelled, the more he took her across his knee until at last Cadence realized if she wasn’t careful, she just might lose everything all over again.

Author factoid: Get out your scorecard. Maren Smith also writes under the names Darla Phelps, Denise Hall and Penny Alley.

What’s next for Corbin’s Bend: Current CB authors Thianna D, Constance Masters, Tara Finnegan, and Maren Smith have more CB books in the works. Authors new to Corbin’s Bend with books in the works are: Etta Stark, Ruth Staunton, and Rayanna Jamison.

Check out the Corbin’s Bend website

Published Corbin’s Bend books on Amazon


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3 Responses to Corbin’s Bend spanking romance series overview part 2!

  1. I can’t wait to read these!
    I just bought Kate’s story last night.
    Congrats to a great community event!

  2. Angela says:

    I just read Long Shot — bravo! I love how you crafted the story and the resolution. Being married to an imperfect yet completely lovable man, I find it endearing when the guy makes mistakes and has to find his way through them. Its a true test of character. I also really liked how the heroine saved herself from the life threatening crisis — I cheered for her!

    • Cara Bristol says:

      Thank you! It was important to me that the heroine did save herself–instead of having the hero swoop in and rescue her.

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