Weekend Writing Warriors – A Tender Touch

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Welcome friends old and new. I’m glad you came. 🙂 Once again, I’m sharing from my just started WIP.

Gina’s still healing from divorce. Although she gets along with her ex, it’s his best friend, Marcus, that’s the last person she’d want to see on her night out at the local BDSM club, but that’s exactly who she ran into at the spanking benches. Last Week: We learned Gina decided to take Marcus up on his offer and she bent over his spanking bench. This week: I’ve skipped nothing.

The paddle brushed over her lower back, across her hip, and down the length of her leg to her knee. His hand followed the paddle with a feather touch, allowing a soothing bliss to spread over her skin.

The room either quieted or she’d blocked the noise. She welcomed the peace, needing to remember why she was here. He repeated the pattern on the other side, drawing her in with his tenderness. She swallowed against the unwelcome thoughts threatening to break her concentration.

“I’ll give you twenty swats. I expect you to count them.”

This might be the calm before the storm, lol. She’s getting more than she bargained for.  <~ You can <tweet that> if you want. Hope you’ll come back and find out more about these two. Poor Gina, she’s still looking for release. Maybe next week, maybe. 😉 

Thank you so much for visiting me, it means a lot to me that you took the time to visit my little place on the web. Don’t forget to check out the other Weekend Warriors, the Snippet Sunday Facebook Groupand Saturday Spankings too.

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25 thoughts on “Weekend Writing Warriors – A Tender Touch

  1. Love the tender tease and yet the expected count seems focus the reality here… that false sense of security mentioned by others is there in action and word… ✨ …a great snippet…

  2. He seemed really angry, and now he’s being nice. Danger!

    But if characters listened to that little warning voice, there’d be a lot less fun conflict. That’s what they get for being fictional. 😉

  3. Pingback: Weekend Writing Warriors – Off Her Game | S. J. Maylee

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