I am always drawn to a man with a friendly smile and a well worn cowboy hat. Fortunately, Last night I was lucky enough to meet a strong, confident, good looking man who not only wears a hat well, but can also make my insides tremble with just one look. ::sigh:: I love cowboys!
To try and bring good luck to this very new potential relationship, I have dropped the price of Finding Chloe to $0.99. Seems silly, but listen to this logic for a moment. This man (I am too afraid to speak his name until we are more established, bad karma? who knows, but I am not risking anything with this guy.) Anyway, this man reminds me of Jake from Finding Chloe in so many ways. To tell you the truth, when he introduced himself to me, I swore he was going to say his name was Jake. They are so close in both looks and personality it is quite intriguing. So, I play these games with my head all the time and my game for today is to drop the price of Finding Chloe to bring good luck to this relationship. If it works for Chloe, then it has got to work for us right?
For those who have not read Finding Chloe yet, I posted the description below the picture. Here’s to a successful relationship….cheers!
Everyone has dark desires they hide deep inside themselves until they find a person who understands. What happens when we hide those deep secrets from even ourselves?
Chloe is a newlywed who moves from America to Canada to live with her husband on his Percheron horse ranch. Jake is your typical cowboy in many ways except for one. When Chloe breaks the rules, Jake is quick to teach her a lesson.
Jake saw his parent’s marriage destroyed by anger and cruel words, so to save his own marriage from the same fate, he vows to never raise his voice in anger or punish his wife when upset. This seems to work well for the couple, Chloe knows she shouldn’t speak to Jake in anger either or she risks a punishment.
Chloe avoids most punishments and things run fairly smooth in their marriage until Chloe’s body begins to betray her. Chloe starts having dark desires that make her crave the punishments her husband gives. She hides this secret for a while, but when her secret is discovered by Jake, Chloe is humiliated.
Jake is more than excited to find out Chloe’s secret and is anxious to explore it more when he comes home to find that Chloe is gone. Will Jake be able to win his wife back, especially if it means re-evaluating his own views?
This book contains ADULT material that may be offensive to some readers: DO NOT PURCHASE OR READ this book if the subjects of domestic discipline, the spanking of an adult woman, and other sexual activities including oral sex are offensive. This book contains all of these subjects!
I decided to venture into the historical romance realm again with a new series about mail order brides, but adding in the twist of domestic discipline. So far, I have only one book finished, but I hope to do a few more in the coming months. These books are not my typical style as they are set in the late 1800′s to early 1900′s when settlers were just beginning to stake their claims in western America. Women were scarce and mail order brides was a common practice for lonely men. The first book is titled: Mail Order Brides: A Well Punished Wife and is set in a fictional town in Montana. The description and link are below.
Historical Domestic Discipline Romance
Logan Millard had two children and no wife. He already had his fair share of deceptive women when his wife had run off with a traveling salesman and he wanted nothing to do with women again until he realized he was not capable of handling his ranch and his children properly. Although Logan was ruled by dark desires that no woman could understand, let alone satisfy, he was desperate for a woman to mother his children and fulfill all the domestic duties around the house. Logan was certain a mail-order bride was the perfect choice. He could easily keep his hands off a spinster woman who was just desperate for a husband.
When Carolyn stepped off the train in Crandon, Montana, Logan found himself in a world of trouble. Not only was his mail-order bride young and beautiful, but she was igniting the dark desires that he had tried desperately to keep hidden. Carolyn finds her work on Logan’s ranch much harder than she anticipated and ends up bent over and being punished frequently by the man she married. When Logan starts to realize that Carolyn is not the woman she portrayed in her letters, Carolyn fears her new husband will figure out the truth. Can Carolyn keep her past hidden from Logan? Will Logan be able to trust his wife, knowing she is lying to him?
This book is intended for adults only. All acts and characters depicted in this story are fiction and any resemblance to real life is purely coincidental. This book contains material that may be offensive to some readers. Do not purchase or read this book if you are not comfortable with these subjects: Sexual content, mail order bride and spanking of an adult woman
I don’t believe in New Years resolutions. I know it goes against the grain of society considering everyone I know has already asked me what my New Years resolution is for this year and my answer is always the same, I don’t have one. In the past, I have always thought of something to say, a resolution that would be logical and something I was trying to work on anyway, but I decided that New Years resolutions are just another way to disappoint myself. You have to understand that there are no vices that I am particularly bound to. I don’t smoke, I don’t drink, I don’t do drugs. I am a fairly straight and narrow goody-two-shoes, but I still enjoy attending the festivities of the New Year celebration.
I love this time of year because there is so much hope in the fresh start that the new year provides. When the clock flipped over to 2013, last year, I promised myself that I would not make any resolutions (which I inevitably break anyway) and I would not have any high aspirations or goals for the year. I would roll with the punches and take things as they came. Ironically, 2013 went down in my books as one of my better years in nearly every aspect of my life. Did I still have speed bumps and detours to navigate? Of course, but the road between them was far smoother than normal.
Because of the success of 2013, I am a bit apprehensive to set any goals or resolutions for 2014. I fear that tempting fate will lead to disaster, so I rang in the New Year with great friends and have set no resolution for me to attain. I do not believe it is being pessimistic, probably more realistic than anything else. I believe this formula is working well because it is Day 2 of the year 2014 and I have accomplished a great deal.
I am curious what others have chosen for their New Years resolutions. I have heard a great deal about quitting this or that, but are there any resolutions that are outside of the box? No matter what, I hope that everyone had a safe New Year and I wish only the best for everyone in 2014.
I am naturally attracted to alpha males. It’s true, and even if I try to step outside the norm and stay away from the alpha personalities, I always find myself circling back around to the type of men who eventually end up breaking my heart. When I first started dating, I believed that alpha was synonymous with chivalrous. This error in judgment led to many heartbreaks and a great deal of bad relationships. Is it even possible for an alpha male to be chivalrous and caring or does that just go against what makes the man alpha in the first place?
Not many people know that I have experienced both sides of domestic discipline, the good and the bad. There is the wonderful, caring, guiding discipline that is administered by a person who truly cares for your well-being. They can give direction that is empowering rather than making you feel like less of a person. On the other side, I have experienced domestic discipline that can clearly be defined as domestic violence. This type of relationship could be borderline abuse, administered by a man who was far too interested in causing pain than in offering loving guidance.
I will forever carry scars, physically and emotionally, from these relationships. These scars can clearly be seen in my books where the story might turn a bit violent or the man becomes more cruel than loving. I don’t know why this happens, and maybe writing it out is a form of self-therapy for me. Actually, I know writing it out has become a form of therapy for me. Detailing some experiences that I may have experienced, or how I have perceived these experiences is somehow cathartic.
I know not everyone agrees with the level of discipline in my books, but having experienced harsh punishments in past relationships, I understand the characters in these books better than I understand myself sometimes. I know how and why the characters validate the male’s behavior or rationalize why they stay with him, I know this because I have done it myself, over and over again. The psychological impact of domestic discipline and domestic violence is often ignored in many of the books available.
My goal has never been to publish a bestselling book, actually I am far too shy to have that kind of publicity. I would be more apt to disappear from the publishing world before embracing that kind of notoriety. The encouraging emails from readers who have related with my books or loved my writing style have been all the notoriety that I need. My readers are my first and only concern. My goals in sharing my books are to hopefully entertain others and to give myself a form of validation to all the wrong choices I have made in my life. Hopefully the experience will give me better direction in my life than what I have found so far.
I mainly write books on domestic discipline where an alpha male will take his naughty wife (or girlfriend) over his knee for a spanking. In the past I decided to step outside the box and write an age regression/domestic discipline book. They are not as easy for me to write, but I enjoy the challenge and it keeps me from getting bored. When I get bored, I will just stop writing, for weeks or months, or years.
I think my first book was written sometime around 2000 but not published for a few more years because I just got bored and walked away from it. So, all of that explaining to tell you that I have a new book published this week that is about age regression play or ageplay.
This book is set in a time (now or the future, it does not matter) where the collapse of the world’s financial structure leads to the creation of a United World Government. A new government where only the wealthy elite will prosper. Any adults that were not considered to be wealthy elite were basically sent to work for the wealthy elite or chosen to be adult toy dolls. The concept of toy dolls was created by one of the wealthy elite to provide entertainment for men and women at the toy dolls expense. Here is the link and description for The Toy Dolls book:
Ellie Michaels is taken from her bed and loaded onto a crowded cargo truck with hundreds of other men and women when a new governmental force takes over. Sent to a sorting warehouse and then stored in a cement warehouse, Ellie is unsure what has happened and how she will escape.
When Ellie is finally free of the cement cell she finds herself in an even more bizarre situation as she wakes up in an oversized crib and treated like a toy doll where she is diapered and dressed in childish clothing. Preston and Reba Hardy have become her caretakers and treat her like a doll rather than the adult that she is.
Preston was drawn to Ellie from the first moment he saw her, but is unsure how to deal with the feelings the toy doll ignites in him. When he loses control with Ellie, his only choice is to avoid her until he figures out how to quiet the need inside him.
As Ellie learns that a new government has taken over leaving all but the wealthy elite as laborers or toy dolls, Ellie decides she needs to escape and find her way home. Any attempt at defiance though is punished and Ellie finds herself being spanked by both Preston and Reba.
When Reba’s anger sparks more spankings, Ellie worries that she will be stuck in this life forever. Preston seems to be her only ally and she quickly grows feelings for him. When he leaves her after an intimate night, Ellie is left with only Reba to care for her.
Ellie is torn between escaping and finding her home again or staying and enduring Reba’s punishments to find the Preston that she fell in love with.
This book is for ADULTS ONLY!
This book may contain material that is offensive to some. Please do not read if these subjects are offensive: adult baby, ageplay, age play, diapering of an adult woman, sexual contact between two adults, the spanking of an adult woman, punishments of an adult woman, diapering of an adult male, punishment of an adult male.
I know I am a bit late on posting this, but Amazon has been finicky and temperamental, so I did not want to put out a misleading link.
I published the second part of the Victorian domestic discipline story. Mastered by the Marquis is about the Marquis of Havenshire and his experience with, Violet, the woman he chooses from Miss Doreen’s Home for Girls.
Historical Domestic Discipline Romance
Lord Warren James, Marquis of Havenshire is content with remaining single. Warren believes a woman belongs in the house caring for her husband and children and not involved in political or business matters. The new women’s movement sweeping through the nation has made his search for a wife impossible.
Warren watched his good friend Harrison Graham, Duke of Fallbrook, fall in love with an untitled woman who understands the proper role of husband and wife. Warren follows in Harrison’s footsteps by visiting Miss Doreen’s Home for Girls and bringing home Violet, a woman who turns out to be feistier than Warren anticipated.
The Marquis of Havenshire has no intention of allowing his wife to rule over him, so he takes her in hand and teaches her that even adult women can earn themselves a spanking.
For adults only!
Every year, the holiday season is one of my favorite times. The Christmas season seems to bring out the best in people, at least around here. People are nicer, smiles are brighter. Children seem to laugh more often, adults giddy with that small spark of belief still shining in their eyes. I must admit that when I was at the mall yesterday, I actually got excited seeing the staff setting up Santa’s Chair. Just one more week and Santa will be sitting at the mall, listening with a patient ear and a wide smile as one child after another puts all their faith and trust in the jolly man.
I must admit, even as an adult, I always get the urge to stand in that ridiculously long line so I can crawl up into Santa’s lap again. No matter what mall it is at or where in the nation, Santa has always been one of the only constants in life. People move, people change, but Santa is always just Santa.
I have never seen Santa mad, angry, or sad. Santa is the epitome of happiness. Santa gives me such hope that despite all the changes in the world that are systematically destroying us, everything will be okay. Climbing up onto Santa’s lap, just for a moment, just for a smile or a promise of magical things to come will always be something I desire. Is it because I miss having such complete faith in a man that so unselfishly gives, or is it the loss of my innocence that I am missing? I am not sure, but I do know that Santa will always be real in my mind. Santa is far more than just a man, he is a promise of a better tomorrow, a lasting legacy that can make nearly anyone smile weather you are age two or eighty-two. Santa is hope and belief and magic. Sometimes in life, we all need just a moment to believe in magic once again when the real world starts to get too serious and we need just a moment of escape. I hope that as this holiday season begins, all of you are able to grasp onto that holiday magic once more!