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Saturday, February 01, 2014

A Disciplined Wife - Daisy disciplined over the new dining table!

Hey - it's Saturday Spanks again! Here's a little scene setter from Treasured Memories of a Disciplined Wife - my next Saturday spanks will feature my forthcoming book which is a BDSM romance:

Daisy has deliberately defied Frank and gone ahead and bought a new dining table and six matching chairs. Frank is NOT pleased and has a little chat with her about it - which translates into Daisy standing naked in the dining room waiting for Frank to deal with her with his leather belt. And when he does, it is over the cold hard polished mahogany surface of the new dining table.

Snippet follows:
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"Right Daisy, that's eight with the belt - but surely you don't think that's all there is?"

She had to admit, she had hoped that was the case. Wrong.

"How many new dining chairs do we have, Daisy?"

"Six," she said nervously.

"That's correct; six. I'll tell you what's going to happen next... I'm going to sit on each one in turn, and you're going over my knee, and I'm going to give you a different punishment on each chair. I suppose you can regard it as a kind of Musical Chairs, only without the music - all the sound will be you squealing as I deal with your bottom."

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27 comments:

  1. I'm have way through this book now - It's fun, I love it.

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    1. Delighted to hear it, PK :) Its the first Ive written set in this time period. Hope you continue to enjoy it.

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  2. Damn good thing she didn't buy a table that seated eight or ten. Curious to see what he comes up with that's different on each chair. Sexy snippet!

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    1. Thanks Cara. Yes, if she'd gone for a 20 seater refectory table with 20 chaors, she'd have one very sore butt )

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  3. This was a great tale of a life well lived and loved. I enjoyed immensely

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  4. Fabulous idea for a fitting punishment. I love how your Muse thinks. More please.

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    1. Thank you Jolynn. Plenty more to come until my muse packs up :)

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  5. Deliberately defied him, I think she has well earned the imaginative punishment. Lovely snip.

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    1. Yep, the deliberate bit earned her a few extra I reckon. Thanks Tara.

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  6. how lovely :) I love it as he explains her full punishment. great snippet

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    1. Thanks Joelle. Yes, having the punishment articulated up front makes the actuality so much more intense.

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  7. WTG Abigail! What an original idea for playing musical chairs. I beg to differ on the lack of music, though. I think there will be a lovely variety musical notes singing to the their dinning room.

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    1. LOL yes. I reckon she'll be singing soprano ) Thanks for your comment.

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  8. I'll never think of musical chairs in the same way, ever again! So clever - thanks!

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    1. It's certainly a different version of musical chairs to the one Ive played ....much more interesting! Thanks.

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  9. What a great idea, enjoyed your excerpt! :)

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  10. oh my goodness, you have my tummy flipping!! mm mm

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  11. Now that is a game of musical chairs I've not seen before and I'm the master of the game. I win every year at our fall harvest party!

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  12. How did you get those super cute bows on your blog? on the sidebar widgets... I love them!

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  13. I have your book, but I've yet to read it. Now I'm even more eager to start it! Six chairs... so many possibilities.

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  14. Fun snippet Abigail! Very inventive punishment :)

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  15. The man has clearly given this punishment some thought, and though I'm sure she likes the tables and chairs she purchased, she's probably going to wince a little every time she sees them over the next few weeks. Great snippet, Abigail.

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