Show respect – #satspanks

A snippet from my bestselling Sci-Fi spanking book, Taken as Payment.

Iona has been taken from her home by inspector Xane  because her community has failed to pay its taxes.


“All right,” she conceded. “I’ll go with him.”

“Him?” Varon rose and placed his hands on his hips. “From now on, you’ll address him as master.”

“Master?” gasped Iona.

“It is how we address those in authority and show respect. Men are masters; women, mistresses. Be warned, disrespecting our ways will cost you hard. Punishments are not entered into lightly, but they will be carried out for the worst offenders.” Varon shook Xane’s hand. “Good day to you, inspector. Congratulations on your bonus, although you might come to regret your choice of reward.”

Iona staggered away from the desk, aghast. She was his reward for collecting taxes!


When she is taken from her home and forced to work in the powerful city of Chandros to pay the debts of her small farming community, twenty-year-old Iona Meers is furious. After an intimate, humiliating medical examination conducted in full view of Chief Inspector Xane—the man she considers responsible for her predicament—her seething anger turns into outright defiance.

Having noted both Iona’s rebelliousness and her helpless arousal during her examination, Xane decides to bring her home with him as his personal servant. Iona’s disobedience quickly results in her being pulled over Xane’s knee for a long, hard spanking on her bare bottom, yet despite her best efforts to ignore her body’s response to his dominance, she soon realizes that there is a reason Xane is known among his people for his skill as a virgin claimer.

Iona’s longing for Xane’s touch grows stronger with each passing day, and yielding to his dominant lovemaking arouses her beyond anything she could have ever imagined. But when a long-buried secret from her past comes to light and calls everything Iona thought she knew about herself into question, will it strengthen her bond with Xane or tear them apart forever?

Publisher’s Note: Taken as Payment is an erotic romance novel that includes spankings, sexual scenes, medical play, anal play, elements of BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.


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Extended Excerpt

TAKEN AS PAYMENT by Jaye Peaches is the story of Iona, a resident of Mesos, who is chosen as one of the ten Conscripti and taken to Chandros to pay her commune’s debt through servitude. To me, the story is fashioned very much like feudal societies of old with a blend of the various communities from the Hunger Games.

When Iona goes to Chandros, rather than being placed in a house as a servant, she becomes the property of the tax collector, Xane, who is taken with her.

The story is well told and entertaining. Iona has several misconceptions about life in Chandros, some are accurate, and she’s in for a trying time until she comes to understand and accept how things are.

She’s both afraid of and attracted to Xane and eventually, her desire wins out and the two enter into a relationship. One of the areas where they are at odds is that people of Chandros do not marry (it’s forbidden) and are polyamorous whereas the people of Mesos (and the other communes) believe in marriage and monogamy.

The world that the author has created is well thought out, the characters were believable, and the relationship between Xane and Iona was one that you wanted to cheer on. I loved how she expanded sexually and grew to enjoy everything that Xane introduced to her. And yes, the sex scenes were marvelous.

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6 thoughts on “Show respect – #satspanks”

  1. Great snippet Jaye, I can’t imagine being a reward lol. Love Varon’s comment! He seems to think Xane has his work cut out 🙂


  2. Hi! I’m filling in for Kathryn as host of SatSpanks again! Oh boy. I’m feeling bad for Iona right now. It sounds like her and her Master are going to need to have a talk asap.

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