Friday, January 29, 2016

Spanking Stories Book Club---Her Cowboy by Kate Richards

Look! Another installment of Spanking Stories Book Club! This week we're talking about Kate Richard's latest installment in the Corbin's Bend Series, Her Cowboy.

Felicity Franceaux's new position as head of the Corbin's Bend emergency room meets all her expectations. A professional staff, challenging cases, and a home in a town where spanking is not only accepted but appreciated. But losing her late husband left her so heartbroken, she's afraid to try again. But if she did, the guy next door sure has her attention.

John Estrada, former ranch foreman now successful cowboy novelist also likes what Corbin's Bend has to offer, but he's having a hard time letting go of life on the range for life in the Bend.
He'd like to get to know the pretty neighbor lady who never gives him more than a casual wave.

If only they could find a way to connect.

Questions for Discussion

1. In Her Cowboy, Felicity is a doctor, in fact in charge of the ER at a hospital. A strong woman at the top of her career...but lonely. She's had one great love and fears that's all a person is entitled to in this life. Do you think it's possible to have more than one life-changing romance? In a good way?

2. What do you think a strong woman like Dr. Felicity finds appealing about spanking? The eroticism? The release? Or something else?

3. What makes a cowboy so irresistible? Would you prefer a young, daredevil bull riding type or someone with a little more seasoning? Like...John Estrada.

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Friday, January 22, 2016

Spanking Stories Book Club---Taming His Lady by Amelia Wren

I'm pleased to introduce you all to Amelia Wren, whose new book, Taming His Lady, is available today on Amazon.

Blurb: Lady Olivia Rowley is out of control. As the only daughter in a family full of sons, she’s a bit of a tomboy. She’s also the apple of her papa’s eye, which is why she’s able to get away with just about anything.
She’s refused to attend the London season for two years in a row, and at this rate, she will end up as an eccentric old spinster. Her mother, Lady Rowley, will not allow such a thing to happen. She arranges for Olivia to marry Lord Armand Bainbridge, who’s a bit of a wild child himself.

Despite the fact that they’re fiercely attracted to one another, their strong-willed personalities clash terribly. But if Armand can manage to spank Olivia into submission, they might just have a chance at happiness.

Questions for Discussion:
I know that very few people have read this since it just went live, so I'll try to keep the questions general. But, those of you who've had a chance to read this book, please chime in. :)
1. This marriage is arranged for Olivia and Armand by their mothers. Would you trust your mother to select your spouse? Do you think you'd do a very good job selecting a spouse for your child? 

2. This story is set in Victorian England, where being a spinster was considered a failure. The word 'spinster' hardly sounds glamorous. Now that we are much more 'evolved' as a society, do we still put too much emphasis on marriage, particularly as an indicator of success? 

3. Armand is a bit of a bad boy. What is the appeal of a bad boy, in fiction and in real life? 

4. If you were a lady in Victorian times, what would you like best---
A) having servants to do everything from cleaning and cooking to arranging your hair
 B) being called 'my lady' 
C) living in a grand estate
D) wearing fancy gowns 
E) having a cool English accent 
F) something else

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Next week, January 29, we'll be discussing Kate Richard's Her Cowboy.

Come back Friday, February 12 for a discussion of Bound, Spanked and Loved by 14 Awesome Authors. Available now for pre-order.