I am over at Celeste Jones' today for Spanking Stories Book Club talking about my book Cursed Waters.
Celeste mentioned a scene where my heroine, Roxy, loses it during a spanking. Her boyfriend wrongly assumes she's crying, but when he discovers she's laughing he realizes he needs to up his game.
He dealt out a dozen more spanks and he saw her shoulders shake as she began to cry. He paused for a moment, resting his hand on her lower back. Trevor was trying to determine whether he should continue a bit longer, or stop now that she was crying. He reached down to brush her long hair away from her face. As he did she turned towards him and he realized she wasn't crying at all, she was caught in a fit of laughter. He wasn't expecting that.
“What are you laughing at?” Trevor asked as he struggled to keep his own laughter from bubbling to the surface.
Roxy just shook her head in reply, keeping her mouth firmly clamped shut. Now he was at a loss, where did he go from here? He hadn't actually been punishing her, he just wanted to change her mindset and take a little stress away before they left to meet up with Mrs. Grindle. Were there people who actually knew what they were doing all the time while being in a dominant role? He was definitely making it up as he went along.
“Stand up,” he ordered. He took his hands away from her, offering no help as she struggled to her feet. When she looked back at him questioningly he hoped he exuded some sort of confidence back at her.
“Go into the bedroom and wait for me,” Trevor issued his next order.
“Why?” Roxy looked nervous, and she crossed her arms across her chest as she stared him down. He noticed she wasn't laughing anymore, well at least he had achieved that.
“You'll find out soon enough,” he replied. He raised his eyebrows at her, hopefully conveying the sentiment that he was serious.
Have you ever burst into a fit of laughter at an inopportune moment? Come on over to Celeste's, she poses this question as well as some others that will get you thinking.
Roxy Wilson is going through the motions. She's running her deceased grandmother's psychic readings shop, but she's not a psychic. Hoping to expand and just become a gift shop, she contacts her ex-boyfriend, Trevor Dale. Only she doesn't anticipate the feelings she's still having for him after four years of separation.
Trevor could never get Roxy out of his system, and now with her so close to him again, he's reluctant to let her go. But a 40 year- old curse involving evil spells and zombies overtaking the small, seaside town of Ocean Pointe may put a stop to any sort of romantic reunion.