#Satspanks – The Number Three

Welcome to Saturday Spankings. Last week I picked up the threads of Gemma’s and Jason’s story with a paddling. This week I continued from where I left off. Gemma’s peculiar visual perception of numbers has caused Jason to halt his spanking.


Jason stopped. He rested the paddle on her bottom. “Gem?”


“You said yellow, what’s going on?”

Her mercy word. Why had she said it? He didn’t forbid safe-words during punishments, how could he? He’d sworn to protect her, and that included painful memories. Far more painful than his paddling. But that hadn’t been why she used the word. She recalled her thoughts, moments before saying it. She sniggered.

“Babe?” His voice had a touch of edginess about it.

“Sorry. I saw a three. Forty-three. Three always makes me think of yellow.”

“Jeez, you and your bloody numbers.” He lifted the paddle and thumped it down her bottom.


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Her future – an uncharted map of erotic pleasure.

His passion – to have her be his submissive all day, every day.

Gemma Lucas’s life is about to be transformed by a new arrival and her ambition to become an artist. To help deal with the mounting challenges, Gemma enters into a new agreement with her Dominant, Jason, one which requires her to be his submissive full-time.

Adapting to her husband’s increasing dominance requires adjustment, especially when a threatening letter is found in her bag at a dance class.

Will the couple’s secret kinky lifestyle be exposed or will Jason’s ruthless approach to his enemies save them?



22 thoughts on “#Satspanks – The Number Three”

  1. H Jay, I enjoy reading about Gemma and Jason. But poor Jason. He will be utterly confused by her way of perceiving numbers. Too bad that they had to interrupt the spanking.



  2. This is fascinating me, Jaye. A TBR for sure.
    And I think they might need a new safeword 🙂

  3. Definitely on my TBR too! How confusing for Jason. I love that he immediately stopped the spanking though and checked in with Gemna, I agree, think they need a new safe word 🙂


  4. “mercy word” – first time I’ve heard it called that. Lovely concept. And talking of lovely, I had a great time hanging out with you yesterday. Must do it again soon

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