A swift post for Saturday Spankings – where did the week go?
I’ve delve back nearly a year to a book published last spring – In Enemy Hands. I’ve always liked Romeo and Juliet, the star crossed lovers, so I came up with my own. Hester is captive in her own house, while Daniel is the man who must create the illusion they are enemies, when in reality he’s feeling something different. He plans to spank her for spying.
Daniel loosened the sash about his waist and bound it about her wrists. She gaped at him as he drew her hands together, but she said nothing. He tied the other end of the sash to the bedpost. He stood back, admiring her pose; he noted her small stature, the rounded lobes of her fine rear, how her calves twitched and her nimble feet fidgeted on the rug.
She glanced over her shoulder, and a pair of wary eyes stared at him. “I might scream.”
“The servants will know you are being punished. It will do them no harm to think so.” He fretted that they would think him too harsh, but there again it was necessary to keep the appearance of a tyrant to help maintain order. His soldiers would expect it and war meant oppression; whether he liked the notion or not, it had to be demonstrated.
“Am I being punished?” she asked.
When the rest of her household flees the family estate during the English Civil War, Hester Cavell, a proud Royalist supporter, stays behind hoping to protect her home. Unfortunately for Hester, she quickly finds that she is no match for a troop of Parliamentarian dragoons, led by Captain Daniel Hasard. Once the dragoons take control of her house, Daniel lets Hester stay with her servants, but he warns her that he will punish her severely if she causes any trouble.
Despite Daniel’s warning, it isn’t long before Hester risks her safety and attempts to sabotage his troops, earning her a long, hard switching on her bare bottom. But as the weeks pass, she begins to realize that the man behind the enemy uniform is loving, intelligent, and kind, and she can’t help but grow more and more attracted to him. Daniel returns Hester’s affection, and while they remain enemies by day to protect her reputation, they soon become passionate lovers by night.
Not wanting the servants to guess at their games, Hester continues to make a pretence at mischief, and Daniel continues to punish her sternly. But when a servant at last finds out the truth of their relationship, will it bring an end to their newfound romance, or will Daniel cast aside politics and allegiances and ask for her hand in marriage?
Publisher’s Note: In Enemy Hands is an erotic novel that includes spankings, sexual scenes, anal play, elements of BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.
Jaye Peaches did a fantastic job of bringing history to life in this sweet and sexy romance.
5* Amazon Review (UK & USA)
One of my favourite reads this year so far. Brilliant portrayal of the period, strong, believable characters and some seriously HOT spankings. Definitely one to recommend if you like your historical erotic romances with a liberal dash of heat.
I thoroughly enjoyed this story. I have read many historicals, yet the plot for this one seemed unique to me with our heroine remaining behind with her home to protect it as the enemy invades. I loved the dynamics of our main couple, both before they admitted their love for each other and after. The ending was perfect!
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