Love may be just around the corner. We never know what's in store for us, especially when we live in a small town. Join us on February 14th and read the Sweet Town Love Anthology written by twelve best-selling authors, ahem, me included, *grin*.
These are sweet, meaning no naughty stuff, just true romance, laughs, love and kisses. There may be a spanking or two, but that's about as naughty as it gets.
Here's what you'll get.
The Wright Recipe by Maggie Ryan
Max spends his days as a fireman, putting his life on the line for others. He not only believes in protecting his community, he believes in protecting the love of his life.
Cara loves this wonderful man with her entire soul and has no doubt that Max loves her as well. She enjoys every moment she spends with him, especially the cooking classes they've enrolled in together However, the day he sits her down for a serious discussion, she is floored. While she has no problem in accepting his role as the head of their relationship, she has definite doubts about the dynamics of domestic discipline. Will Max's patience, love, and guidance bring her around? Can he convince her that all they need for their relationship to work is The Wright Recipe?
On Thin Ice by Stevie MacFarlane
Charlene Elliott, “Charlie” is the junior reporter of a small town newspaper. As such she gets stuck with all the jobs no one else wants. Frustrated beyond belief when she’s railroaded into reviewing a school play she has no desire to see, and on a Friday night no less, she annoys the hell out a man sitting next to her and everyone in the general area.
The handsome doctor came from out of town to see his niece, Emma, in the lead role. Mark can’t believe the attractive woman beside him has such a poor attitude. After missing a good deal of the play, he decides to teach the young woman a lesson in one of the empty classrooms during intermission.
Mortified, Charlie leaves the school and meets up with some friends for a drink. She does not watch the rest of the play. However, she writes a glowing review extolling the acting skills of the young Emma, never realizing the ‘star’ went home sick during the first act or that the high-handed man with the paint stick is none other than her boss’s brother, a man she’s supposed to work with at the upcoming Winter Festival. Charlie soon finds herself on thin ice, professionally and personally when she can’t deny her attraction to the man who has no problem pulling her over his knees. Sparks and spanks fly as romance blooms.
Finding Syndey by Adrienne Blake
Chandler returns to his small-town home where he hopes to find Sydney, his darling baby from his college years. But three years is a long time to stay away, and a lot of water has gushed under the bridge.
Finding her again is proving a lot trickier than he imagined, but while he hunts for the love of his life, he’s reminded of all the things that tore them apart in the first place.
I Belong Here by Misty Malone
Sheriff Matt Byler knows his neighbor is gone for the winter, so when he sees a car pull into her lane and not return, he goes to check it out. Matt finds the driver of the car trying to enter the house by crawling through a back window. Halfway in, however, the pretty little lady gets stuck in her precarious, yet oh so adorable position. He is able to quickly get some questions answered. It turns out she’s there to visit her grandmother, who not only lives in the next house down, but is a good friend of Matt’s. She’s also in Florida for the winter.
He helps her out of the window and they call her grandmother. She gives Elsie her blessing to stay in her house while she’s in Florida, and asks Matt to look out for her. He agrees, and as they grow closer, her past becomes the first thing they have to overcome.
Always You by Anna Kristell
Lydie Granger is going home. There is nothing for her in New York since the death of her husband/Dom. She sold her home and her business, returning to the small Midwestern town she grew up in, leaving behind the life she has known with Paul.
Rance Kimball is going home, too. After a failed relationship and many years on a ranch in Wyoming, it's time to make a fresh start.
When Rance meets Lydie, he realizes that she is the same girl he has always dreamed about, since high school. And when he teasingly threatens to spank her, he finds out that all she really wants is for someone to take care of her. Is he the man for the job? Will Lydie fall for the numbers geek who idolized her twenty years ago, when she didn’t even know he existed?
Love Task by Vanessa Brooks
Sophie cannot come to terms with the loss of her dear friend in an accident whilst on a skiing holiday in Colorado. She met Scott on the holiday that claimed her friend’s life. After the disaster she shuts down and refuses to return Scott’s calls. She has devised a way to rid herself of her feelings of guilt but finds that a year after the event, her way is not working.
Scott is determined that she should not push him out of her life and throw away any future they might have together. He decides to use old fashioned methods, convinced that domestic discipline will rid her of her survival guilt but he is up against one stubborn girl! What Sophie doesn’t realise is that Scott is a force to be reckoned with and he is determined to convince his beautiful girl that she deserves a future of happiness with him by her side. It is to be a clash of strong wills.
Sock It to Me by Rayanna Jamison
It all started with a pair of socks- and it looked like it might end that way too.
Joey had fallen for Jake at the tender age of nineteen. He had saved her life, both figuratively, and, as her chemo nurse, literally as well.
After beating the ovarian cancer that had brought them together, Joey grabs life by the horns and doesn't look back, often dragging Jake along for the ride. Jake's always there to drag her back to safety with his tender love and a firm hand.
But when Joey decides to open a business—a sock store of all things—without consulting her husband, their relationship is put to the test. Can Joey chase her dreams without Jake's full support, and remind him what their relationship has always been based on?
Sock It To Me is a love story told through socks and spankings.
Mid-Winter Melt Down by Beth Bennett
Sharon Blake is still hurting from a difficult divorce when she moves back to her old hometown along with her children, Bobby and Megan. A winter storm has blown into town and the city streets aren’t the only things that have frozen over.
Sharon can’t believe her eyes when Tom Sydney, her old high school flame, comes knocking at her front door. Despite her frosty reception, Tom, the town’s police chief, sets about turning up the heat.
Will Tom’s love be able to melt even the iciest of hearts? Come join the fun as Sharon finds herself in the middle of a full blown, mid-winter melt down.
Moments by Paige Parsons
A family crisis brings her home. A gift of love brings them back together. Share in the moments that take them from friends to lovers. Beulah Isabelle Grayson and Jacob Martin meet in the seventh grade and experience life side-by-side from puberty to college. A broken heart and misunderstandings tear them apart, after their high school graduation, and Belle decides she never wants to see him again. Ten years later, Jake is back in her life and saving the day. Belle knows she owes him the one thing she hasn't been ready to give, a chance to explain. Clearing up the past finally gives them the opportunity to create the future they've both desired.
Piper in a Pickle by Chula Stone
Piper Gowan regretted her decision to turn Blake down when he asked her for a date, but having the handsome doctor rescue her from being stranded by the side of the road wasn’t how she wanted to let him know she had changed her mind. In typical Piper fashion, she put off doing anything about it at all but Blake had no intention of wasting the opportunity that had come his way. He was back in her life and meant to stay there. He just hoped that his inclination to turn her over his knee when she needed a firm hand wouldn’t come between him and his old-fashioned girl.
The Art of Love by Alyssa Bailey
Willow Ashcroft, an internationally acclaimed artist, lived in the little Alaskan island community of Eagle’s Landing. Until her vehicle was broken into, Willow had not thought herself lonely or at risk. Then she looked into the eyes of the town’s newest trooper and she knew her life was about to change forever.
Trooper Investigator Tristan Hart had only begun to settle into his new assignment when a call came in for a vandalized auto belonging to one of the artists in town. He arrived on the scene to find a free spirit with sass. All of his of protective instincts emerged, especially when Willow seemed so naïve about the world of crime and criminals. Incredibly, the culprit kept returning. Even more incredible was Willow’s determination to live life as usual.
Tristan wanted Willow to be his to love and protect. Willow wanted Tristan to be hers to love, but she didn’t need protection.
Panties Are Not Optional by Georgia St. Claire
Kathy Wilson has to find a new place to live and the immaculate town of Menton, with its abundance of flowers, nice people and ideal room rental seems like just the place. When she meets a great guy over lunch on a park bench and he brings her flowers for their dinner date that night, she is hooked. What’s not to love?
Nate Burrows spots the cutest gal having lunch in the park and knows that she is new to town – he’d remember if he’d seen her before and Menton was too small for her to have stayed hidden for any length of time. As he’s watching her while contemplating how to introduce himself, she antagonizes one of the town’s most powerful citizens and he intervenes to smooth things over. Nate is smitten and secures her agreement to have dinner with him. It’s his big chance to convince her to make Menton her new home, but first he needs to explain how old-fashioned the townsfolk tend to be and what’s likely to happen to misbehaving women. There’s a very real reason why panties are not optional.
(NOTE: Disclaimer is same for all books in this set: These books contain the spanking of adult women and elements of domestic discipline. If either of these offend you, please do not purchase this book.)
I figure it will be an added bonus watching all these naughty authors trying very hard to be good, lol!