Late nights at the office just got a whole lot more
Sydni Davis loves her job as an executive assistant to the
vice-president of a software manufacturer. Her boss never
cares if she shows up late, takes a long lunch, or doesn’t get
her work done.
That all changes when her boss is forced into retirement,
though, and his replacement, the stern, but incredibly
handsome Blake Daniels shows up. The company is over
budget on a huge government contract and Blake is there to
straighten things out. But he’s going to have to take his
executive assistant in hand first.
Within only a few days, Sydni quickly discovers just how he
plans on dealing with her poor work habits. He’s very
professional about it, of course, but a spanking administered
while she is leaning over his desk is still a spanking!
Not only would she never find another job this good, Sydni tells herself, but Blake Daniels is
gorgeous, so she puts up with the spanking. Besides, she’s sure it will never happen again
because she’s learned her lesson. Hasn’t she?
College was never so much fun!
After mistakenly reading her college roommate’s private
email about the spanking she got from her boyfriend, Bree
Thompson becomes obsessed with the thought of getting one
herself. In fact, it’s all she can think about!
She'd never known her roomate liked to get spanked, but
now Bree is curious to know what it feels like. And that
curiousity only becomes more intense after she spies on her
friend getting spanked by her boyfriend. It looks so hot that
Bree simply has to get her own boyfriend, Ronan, to give her
But not knowing how to get him to do it, Bree finally
confides in her friend and enlists her help. The other girl
gladly agrees and together, they come up with several
schemes they hope will get Bree the spanking she wants.
Bree is sure that one of their ideas will work. After all, getting her boyfriend to spank her
should be simple, right?
Didn't she ever learn not to make up stories?
Kat Sinclair is in love with Detective Reese Huntley. The
only problem is that his partner is her extremely
overprotective brother. And her brother has one standing
rule – she cannot date a cop! What her brother doesn’t know
is that she’s been secretly dating Reese for months now. But
unfortunately, Reese has decided that not only is it too risky
for them to keep seeing each other, but that he can't
continue to betray his friend. According to him, their
relationship is over.
Kat isn’t the type to give up that easily, however, and so she
comes up with a daring plan to get Reese back by trying to
make him believe there is a stalker after her. Reese is a cop,
after all, and will certainly come to her rescue.
Much to her dismay, though, Reese figures out her scheme
way too fast, and decides to put her over his knee for a good sound spanking! Of course, that
doesn’t deter Kat in the least. She’s going to stick to her plan until she gets her man. And
she doesn’t care how many times, or how hard, Reese spanks her!
But when it turns out that someone actually has been stalking Kat, she has to learn a
valuable lesson about what happens when you cry wolf.
Police work isn't for amateurs!
In this sequel to Crying Wolf, Stephanie Burke finds herself
involved in the investigation into the disappearances of two
executives who work in her office building.
There are a lot of reasons why she shouldn’t be involved, the
biggest one being that her boyfriend, Declan Sinclair, the
detective in charge of the investigation, has told her to keep
her nose out of it.
But Stephanie has a history of not doing as she’s told and
getting herself into trouble for it. Whether it’s for inviting
Declan’s sister and her boyfriend over to dinner without
telling him, or for painting the living room a color she knows
he won’t like, she tends to do what she wants anyway. And
even if she ends up over his knee for a good, sound
spanking in each case, he shouldn’t be surprised when she doesn’t listen to him this time,
But this investigation is more dangerous than redecorating their apartment. People are
disappearing and there is talk of murder. If she isn’t careful, a spanking is the least she’s
going to get.
The Executive Assistant
All She Can Think About
Stop or I'll Spank
The Sinclair Series
written under the name Samantha Danvers