Today I'm pleased as punch to have Stevie MacFarlane back to talk about her release "Callie Mae and the Marine." Before we get to the story, I asked Stevie if she'd be willing to share a funny real life incident with us, and this is what she told me....
Once when Bill was working on a car, I wanted to help. He was changing the screen in a transmission. We were lying under the car and holding up this cover thing while he took out the bolts and when he got to the last bolt he said, “You got it?”
“Yeah, I got it.”
“Are you sure?”
“Yeah, I got it!”
As soon as he took out the last bolt the whole thing tipped, covering his head and face in oil. Really, it was much heavier than I thought and it just sort of sloshed to one side.
I couldn’t get out from under that car fast enough, lol.
We all try to be helpmates, but sometimes our assistance just isn't appreciated. Sigh.
“Who appointed you my boss anyway? You’re not my father, my husband or my brother. You haven’t even declared your intentions of courting me, and if that’s what you think you’re doing, you’re doing a dreadful job of it. If you want to run things around here, why don’t you run for Marshal or something and leave me alone!”
“Maybe I will run for Marshal,” he shouted, losing his temper. “But I won’t leave you alone in any case. I’m still waiting to give you that spanking you so richly deserve for your stubborn, pigheaded attitude. Maybe that will take the blinders off you and make you see reason.”
“Well you’ll be waiting a very long time, Mr. Whittaker,” she hissed as she kicked him smartly in the shin. “I have no intention of giving you anything remotely resembling an ‘available opportunity’. As a matter of fact if you come into my establishment again, it better be as a paying customer, or you’ll be out on your ear,” she promised, giving him another kick and twisting out of his arms.
Morgan watched her run to catch up with the others, as he bent to rub his leg. He was fuming mad and it was all he could do not to chase after her, throw her over his shoulder and tote her out to the barn. The little brat should run into the house and kiss his mothers, um…Emma’s…well she should be damned grateful that he wouldn’t embarrass Emma like that. As far as Callie Mae went, protocol had just fallen by the wayside. He had an itch to feel flesh on flesh and he intended to see 19th century panties up close and personal. Sooner or later her luck would run out and then she’d be a sorry little girl, he promised himself as he stomped to the house, favoring his left leg. He didn’t care what etiquette said, he was spanking her bare ass and spanking it good.
That letter from Cara couldn’t come soon enough. He’d have a time frame to work with and if he had to leave, so be it, but he wasn’t leaving this lifetime without giving Miss Callie Mae Walker something to remember him by.
Morgan let the screen door snap closed behind him and hobbled to a chair.
“Where are the others?” Emma asked, watching him closely. “What’s wrong with your leg?”
“I ran into the toe of a shoe,” Morgan replied, rubbing his shin.
“Oh, I see,” Emma, said hiding her grin. “Was it attached to any foot in particular?”
“I’m pretty sure you know exactly whose foot it was, Ma.”
“Well, Callie Mae has always been a bit feisty, son. Sometimes you have to take the good with the bad,” she advised.
“At this particular moment, I’m having a hard time recalling the good,” Morgan sighed.
After he is wounded during his final tour of duty with the Marines, Morgan Whittaker returns home to a life in shambles. Knowing that their marriage is beyond repair, his wife uses her connections as a scientist at a top-secret government lab to offer Morgan an opportunity to start over in not only a new place, but a new time as well. Believing that he has nothing to lose, Morgan agrees, and soon enough he finds himself walking the dusty streets of a small Kansas town in the year 1880.
It is there that Morgan meets Miss Callie Mae Walker, the feisty preacher’s daughter who has taken it upon herself to run the local saloon, much to the consternation of her father and the townsfolk. Callie Mae is beautiful, sassy, and in desperate need of a firm hand applied to her bare bottom. Morgan decides that he might just be the man for the job, and before long he takes the little hellcat over his knee for a sound spanking.
Callie Mae is not one to be tamed easily, and his chastisement provokes her to take ever greater risks with her safety at the saloon. But Morgan is no longer the all-but-broken shell of a man he left behind in the twenty-first century. In this time and place, he is the tough, bold fighting man he once was, and he’ll be damned if the girl he loves is going to get herself killed because she didn’t have her backside heated properly.
Publisher’s Note: Callie Mae and the Marine is an erotic romance novel that contains spankings, sexual scenes, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book. Also note that this book was previously published under the title In This Lifetime: Morgan’s Journey.
About the Author:
Stevie MacFarlane lives in upstate New York with her husband of many years. She currently has 11 books out, including her very popular series about an Irish-American family, The O’Malley’s. To explain her writing preference she used a quote from her Amazon Author’s Page.
“All of my books are romances. I like a lot of conversation, a bit of humor, some fairly hot sex and spanking. If you're into whips and chains, these probably aren't for you. However, if you've ever watched a movie where the leading lady is being a perfect bitch and you feel like yelling at the leading man, "Oh my God, spank her you fool!" these might be right up your alley.”
You can find Stevie at:
Amazon Author’s Page http://www.amazon.com/Stevie-MacFarlane/e/B00AJD34BU/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1422383716&sr=8-1
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