Saturday, September 26, 2015

#SatSpanks - 9/26/15 - Acting Lessons - Even a proverbial slap is a show of disrespect #DD #Spanking

Peter loved Kate with all his being, but that didn't mean he'd tolerate an ultimatum from her.

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Welcome to the Saturday Spankings blog hop.  My stories are all M/f with the dominant male determined to protect the woman he cares for and loves, or grows to love, by doing whatever it takes to ensure her safety and continued health.  This includes administering a spanking when she needs one.  

My submission for this week is from my third spanking romance titled, Acting Lessons
He was a strict and demanding college professor turned professional director who excelled at giving acting lessons.  She was his shy and uncertain former student who became a professional actress under his tutelage.  They fell in love, married, and won two Tony Awards before tragedy struck and a simple kiss ripped them apart.

After a six month separation, Peter Thorton decides to take matters into his own hands by making his famous wife, Kate, an offer she wouldn't refuse.  Plainly put, he wants her back and he intends to do whatever is necessary to achieve his goal, even if it means giving his stubborn, willful leading lady a daily reminder over his knee that she promised to obey him.

Setup: After injuring her knee and spending a few hours in the hospital, Kate ends up sleeping in Peter's bed.  He's taken very good care of her and she's torn between allowing him to continue leading the dance they've started, or leaving before she gets hurt again.  Her heart is still bruised and tender and she's not entirely sure she trusts her ex-husband not to hurt her again.  Though he's warned her to call him before she gets out of bed, Kate decides she needs to be less dependent on him, and more self-reliant.  However, she didn't expect to get caught. Though Peter is not above teaching Kate a lesson, he chooses instead to carry her over to the breakfast table that Consuelo set up in their bedroom. Consuelo has fixed one of Kate's favorites and she is audibly showing her appreciation. Peter waits until she's had her fill before he addresses Kate's disobedience the day before by asking her why she won't simply admit she'd been jealous

            Kate shrugged again, but she could tell he wasn't going to let this go.  "Because jealousy is a petty emotion that indicates a lack of trust."
            Uncrossing his arms, he leaned into the table.  "Yes, it does, and yet you were angry enough to hurt me yesterday, too.  Even though I was nothing more than polite to the woman."  When Kate just shrugged a third time, he added, "That was the reason for the toe shoes, wasn't it?  You were so jealous of her and pissed at me that you deliberately chose to defy my wishes with a proverbial slap in the face."
            Sensing this conversation was headed in a direction she really didn't want to go, Kate attempted to change the subject.  "Did you say I've got an appointment with Dr. Purcell at two?"
            "Yes, I did.  However, I'm not quite ready to switch topics, yet."

Even Kate realizes what she did was wrong, but admitting jealously only brings back bad memories.
M/F, DD and a staged production of Kiss Me, Kate.

If you're 18 or older, you can read the first three chapters at Acting Lessons

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  1. Oh dear, Peter isn't going to let the conversation go just yet. Great snippet Kathryn :)


  2. Men sure can be single minded at certain times. Trying to switch subjects just never seems to work.

  3. I like Kate's distraction tactics... but somehow I don't think they're going to work for her, here. The lady is in trouble. Big trouble, I suspect :)

  4. Poor Kate. Distracting the man clearly isn't going to work :(

  5. Ooh, he's holding her to it, isn't he?


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