Sunday, October 30, 2016

Penalty Princess 3: Paired Up
I hope you are in the middle of a great Halloween weekend.  I'll try and post my Halloween pics soon.  I don't know how this longer period of time between books will work for me.  I had hoped it would let me keep the blog better updated among other things. I do think that our new release is a good one.

In Penalty Princess: Paired Up, Danny finds himself on very thin ice (Come on, I've got like the only skating book on Amazon without a pun title). He's a gifted athlete and he takes to figure skating surprisingly well, but learning to obey Michelle and act like Matt's female partner rather than his buddy, might be too much for the hockey phenom to handle.

Soon Danny emerged from the bedroom.  He reluctantly took his place on his knees in front of the couch where Michelle was sitting.  Matt was impressed because this behavior seemed so unlike the Danny Berg he knew. 
Michelle couldn't help gloating when she realized that she had defeated the great Danny Berg.  "Well sissy?" she challenged.
"I'm sorry Mistress Michelle.  I am here for my punishment," groveled Danny.
"Very well sissy, I can be merciful.  Pull down your panties and lay across my lap."
Danny thought hard about refusing, but decided that it would only make things worse. She was tough and single-minded.  He took his place on her lap and felt her soft hand lift the hem if his maid uniform. 
"I am going to give you ten swats with my riding crop.  I want you to count them off, and for each number, I want you to name a figure skater you hope to emulate.  Let's begin."
"One, Kristi Connelly," winced Danny as the riding crop met the soft pale flesh of his buttocks.
"Good, start with the easy ones," suggested Michelle as she gave Danny another swift swat to his rear, "but if you run out of skaters I'll start over."
"Two, Joannie Rochette."
With each stroke, Danny went through his head trying to think of figure skaters past and present.  Seven was Isabelle Brasseur and eight was Elizabeth Manley.  By the time he had gotten up to nine he was in trouble.  He remembered Jamie Salé at the last minute, but it was taking him longer and longer as the pain from Michelle's blows was accumulating and the list of skaters he could think of was shrinking. 

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