My Frozen #SatSpanks Fury
This week, I'm sharing an excerpt from my newest Seven Sin Sisters series. FROZEN FURY was just released this week and has a light, fun spanking element to it. You can read more about the book in yesterday's post by CLICKING HERE.
Today's excerpt is from early in their relationship. Gage is trying to help Amelia deal with her soul sin of anger using the advice Donovan gave him to use a cathartic spanking. It's a bit fun.
FROZEN FURY Blurb
The seven Sinster sisters are entwined in a legacy originating back from the time of the Italian Wars in the 1500s. One by one, they’ll find their mates from the immortal Valendite Breeds and secure their place in history.
Amelia, a genetic physicist and the eldest Sinster sister, has devoted her adult life to determining the genetic anomaly of the Magdalena Circle women. The discovery means the women will no longer serve as the singular means for the Valendite Breed’s survival. However, in the wrong hands, the discovery takes on new meaning and puts their society at risk.
While investigating, Gage, a TEU weapons specialist for the Valendite Breed, accidentally shoots Amelia and then unknowingly bonds himself to her. Now with their enemies closing in around them, Amelia must fight against her soul sin to find the happiness she’s longed for. Everything shifts for the couple when Gage takes her in hand and convinces Amelia to trust in the prophecy to bring them together.
“What are you doing?” Amelia kicked out her feet and held onto Gage for balance. He must be playing with her, trying to help her to relax away from her anger.
“You see, I’ve been told a spanking is cathartic, a means for releasing pent up energy. In your case, that’s anger. So I thought we’d give it a try.” Gage was very matter-of-fact about what he was doing, but since he wasn’t playful, Amelia’s anxiety soared.
“Give it a try? You intend to spank me?”
“Yep? How about ‘nope’?” Now Amelia was enraged. “How dare you think to do this to me? You have no right!”
“Oh, there’s where you’re wrong. I have every right. I’m your mate.” Amelia couldn’t see his grin, but she knew it was there. The grin he wore to say he owned the moment. And damn him, she knew he was right but she most certainly didn’t have to like it.