TTT: Most Recent Additions to My Bookshelf


Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. There is a new topic each week for bloggers to join in with their own top ten. If you’re looking for some new or different book blogs to read, hop on over to her site and check out some of the links.

For this week’s Top Ten Tuesday, we’re going to talk about our bookshelves.  More specifically, the newest additions to our bookshelves.  I’m always on the lookout for freebies, so I get a lot of ebooks that way.  I’m not including those on this list.  I’ll only be listing books I actually purchased, received as gifts, or got as an ARC.


More Than Maybe
by Erin Hahn
ebook ARC received through NetGalley
received 1/17/20


I read this author’s first published book, You’d Be Mine, last spring and enjoyed her storytelling.  I was lucky enough to be approved for an ARC of her sophomore offering. She also makes her home in Michigan, so I have to support a home-state writer!



Their Fairy Princess
by Nicole Edwards
(Office Intrigue book #7)
Kindle edition pre-ordered on Amazon
received 1/14/20


I make it no secret that I love this author. I have especially been loving this series.  All of the books center on unconventional relationships and those relationships are beautifully written and expressed.  I always pre-order her books as soon as I know she has a new one coming out.  (Keep your eyes open for my review on this one in a few days!)



Mary Berry’s Complete Cookbook
by Mary Berry
Hardcover edition received as a birthday gift from my youngest son and his wife.
received 1/11/20


My family knows I’m a huge fan of The Great British Baking Show.  I enjoy the newer series, but still greatly miss Mary Berry.  This is a very large cookbook with a lot of beautiful pictures to go along with the recipes.  I can’t wait to try them out.



Paul Hollywood’s Bread
by Paul Hollywood
Hardcover edition received as a birthday gift from my husband
received 1/11/20


I told you I love The Great British Baking Show.  Paul Hollywood always makes my husband and I laugh with the way he messes with the contestants.  This book not only has bread recipes, it also has dishes that go along with the type of bread on the previous pages.  There’s so much to learn about bread!



My One True Cowboy
by Soraya Lane
(River Ranch book #4)
ebook ARC received through NetGalley
received 1/10/20


I’ve been enjoying this series so far, so we happy when I was approved of an ARC of the latest story.  And who doesn’t love a cowboy story? This one doesn’t come out until the end of March, so my review won’t be posted for a while yet.


Sweet Texas Kiss
by Monica Tillery
(Sweet Texas Secrets book #1)
ebook ARC received from Tule Publishing
received 1/9/20


A new-to-me author I get to check out thanks to Tule Publishing.  Reading the blurb, this one will be right up my alley.  This book comes out in a few weeks, so be on the lookout for a review from me very soon.



by Stephanie Garber
(Caraval book #1)
Amazon Kindle purchase
received 1/8/20


I’ve had this book on my TBR for a very long time.  I picked it as my book club pick so I’d finally take the time to read the darn thing.  I had a copy from my e-library when I saw the Amazon has the Kindle edition for only $2.99.  I had a promotional credit so got it for only $1.99.  Too good of a deal to pass up!  Btw, book club is this coming weekend so I’m hoping to have my review and my book club’s thoughts sometime next week.



Code Name: Heist
by Sawyer Bennett
(Jameson Force Security book #3)
Kindle edition pre-ordered on Amazon
received 1/6/20


I adore this author’s Cold Fury Hockey and Arizona Vengeance series.  Which has segued into me pre-ordering all of her books as long as they’re not books from the middle of a series I haven’t read yet.  You can find my review of this story here.



Almost Just Friends
by Jill Shalvis
(Wildstone book #4)
ebook ARC received from NetGalley
received 1/2/20


Wow, was I surprised when I was approved for an ARC of this story.  I love this author and have been looking forward to this story.  It didn’t disappoint.  I posted my review yesterday to let everyone know this book is a must read!



The Princess Bride:
S. Morgenstern’s Classic Tale of True Love and High Adventure
by William Goldman
Amazon Kindle purchase
received 1/1/20


I have always love this movie, as has my husband and now our kids. This is one of those books I always wonder why I haven’t read yet.  When I saw it was on sale for $2.99 I just couldn’t pass it up.  I don’t know when I’ll actually get around to reading the book, but at least I know I have it readily available when I have the time.


I’ll admit I was a bit surprised that I was able to make this list with books received this month.  I guess I never realized how many ebooks I get each month.  I got a couple of Barnes & Noble gift cards for Christmas that I’m looking forward to using, too!  Yay for gift cards for book stores!

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Almost Just Friends (Wildstone) – ARC Review

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by Jill Shalvis
Release Date:  January 21, 2020
Publisher:  William Morrow Paperbacks
Book #4 in the Wildstone series
Number of pages:  384
Kindle Edition
Source: Net Galley
Chick Lit/Contemporary Romance M/F
Rating: PG-13
Read 1/15/20 to 1/16/20


Piper Manning’s about as tough as they come, she’s had to be. She raised her siblings and they’ve thankfully flown the coop. All she has to do is finish fixing up the lake house her grandparents left her, sell it, and then she’s free.

When a massive storm hits, she runs into a tall, dark and brooding stranger, Camden Reid. There’s a spark there, one that shocks her. Surprising her further, her sister and brother return, each of them holding their own secrets. The smart move would be for Piper to ignore them all but Cam unleashes emotions deep inside of her that she can’t deny, making her yearn for something she doesn’t understand. And her siblings…well, they need each other.

Only when the secrets come out, it changes everything Piper thinks she knows about her family, herself…and Cam. Can she find a way to outrun the demons? The answer is closer than she thinks—just as the new life she craves may have already begun.

Man, this story brought out all of the emotions in me.  There is something about Piper that speaks to me on a deep level and I felt so connected to her character. At the same time, I also fell for Cam right from the beginning.

Jill Shalvis has a way of pulling the reader into her stories immediately, usually with humor.  This story was no different.  I was hooked from the start and just got more and more invested in the lives of all the characters as the story progressed.  When I couldn’t be reading, I was thinking about the book and hoping to get back to it as soon as possible. 

I love the way the relationship between Cam and Piper plays out.  There’s an instant chemistry, but will they act on that pull?  They are very careful with each other and, honestly, their respect for not overstepping with each other touches my heart in the beginning.  Then you throw in Pipers brother and sister and things get tangled up and oh so complicated. 

Gavin and Winnie are so used to Piper being the “mom” that they keep some very important things from her.  As much as they seem to have a complaint that she doesn’t act like a sister and use that as part of their reasoning keeping her out of the loop, they never give her the opportunity to be less of a mom and more of a sibling. They act like children with her, always expecting her to catch them when they fall and to pay their way when need be.  I know that makes them sound like they are spoiled brats, they’re really not.  But they have some growing up to do for sure.  As much as they realize Piper has always put their needs above their own, they don’t truly understand that sacrifice just yet.

Throughout this story, we do indeed get to watch Winnie and Gavin find their own way.  Mature and learn and grow.  Winnie, in my opinion, goes about this a bit slower than she should.  Especially while expecting others to keep her secrets.  But she’s getting there, and that means something.

This story is a must read.  No need to read the others in this series, they are all truly standalone books.  This has been my favorite by far in the Wildstone series.  I always look forward to this author’s stories.

5 stars

**I received an ARC of this book courtesy of Net Galley and the publisher. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and given freely**

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First Lines Friday – 1/17/20



First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines?  If you want to make your own post, feel free to use or edit the banner above, and follow the rules below:

  • Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) and open to the first page
  • Copy the first few lines, but don’t give anything else about the book away just yet – you need to hook the reader first
  • Finally… reveal the book!

If someone would’ve told me I would one day be willingly waiting for Zeke Lautner’s sister to meet me at a kink club, I would’ve told them to lay off the sauce.

Any Guesses???


In case you can’t tell, this is a more risque title than I’ve featured in my First Lines Friday posts previously.


I like how this line instantly piques the reader’s interest.


I picked this one because I’m currently reading the book that comes after this one in a series by one of my favorite authors. Especially when it comes to erotic romance.


This is a hot one people.  If you like well written romance that’s in no way vanilla, you will love this whole series.


Their Naughty Student by Nicole Edwards

If you’d like to read my review on this one, you can find it here.

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Code Name: Heist (Jameson Force Security)

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by Sawyer Bennett
Release Date:  January 7, 2020
Publisher:  Big Dog Books LLC
Book #3 in the Jameson Force Security series
Number of pages:  152
Kindle Edition
Source: Amazon Pre-Order
Romantic Suspense M/F
Rating: NC-17
Read 1/13/20 to 1/14/20


I am a world-class thief. Or I was, before I got pinched and landed in prison. After I served my time, I decided to get on the right side of the law, or as much as my job at Jameson Force Security allows. The lines sometimes blur, which suits me just fine. My name might be Saint, but I’m a devil to most.

My plan to go legitimate is going as anticipated, until my past and present collide in a big way. While in Paris preparing to take down a ring of highly specialized thieves, I come face-to-face with my biggest threat—and my most dangerous temptation.

Sindaria “Sin” Westin was the love of my life, until her betrayal landed me behind bars. Now I’ve got to find a way to trust her again, at least long enough to pull off this job. When it becomes clear the price for this heist will be our lives, I realize I need to do whatever it takes to keep Sin safe, even if it means trading my life for hers. Because no matter the lies I’ve told myself, Sin’s greatest theft was the day she stole my heart.

Sawyer Bennett is truly one of my favorite authors. She writes hockey gods like no other. Seriously, you need to check out her Cold Fury Hockey and Arizona Vengeance series.  While I’m enjoying the Jameson Force Security series, it’s not up to the standards I have set in my mind for this author.

The premise of this story is unique.  Saint is a recovering thief, so to speak.  He was betrayed by Sin, a current thief. Now that Saint has gone straight, he’s asked to infiltrate a crime ring that has been stealing artwork in Europe. Danger, fun, excitement.  Throw in his old flame Sin being part of said crime ring, and you also have romance thrown in for good measure. 

I love both Saint and Sin, but just never felt their chemistry.  Which is such a bummer when I really depend on this author to bring the heat.  They are both such morally good people.  I know, I know…that’s an odd thing to say due to their chosen profession.  But as we get to know them both, we see they both have their reasons.  They’re not innocent by any stretch of the imagination, but they do have a sort of honor. I wanted to feel their connection, I was rooting for them the whole time.  It just never manifested for me.

Again, the storyline is good.  There is also a major shake-up at Jameson Security that really hits all of the men and women who work there hard.  That particular storyline is set up to be deep and intense when it’s finally told.  I still love all the characters involved in this series.  Please don’t pass this one up.  Sometimes I find it hard to give a fair review to authors I adore because I feel like I judge them more harshly than others; my expectations are higher.  So,take that for what it’s worth.

3 stars

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Talen (Dark Protectors)

by Rebecca Zanetti
Release Date: June 6, 2017
Publisher:  Lyrical Press
Book #7.9 in the Dark Protectors series
Number of pages:  110
Source: MCL
Paranormal Romance M/F
Rating: XXX
Read 1/3/20 to 1/5/20


The war is over. Danger has passed. Cara Kayrs is healed after decades of illness and ready for a break.

Too bad her brooding, alpha vampire husband can’t seem to change gears. In their twenty-five years together Talen Kayrs has learned to sense every shiver of her body, to ignite her desire with a word or a look. She would think he could learn she’s not some fragile damsel in distress.

But Talen is on edge, watching their backs, treating her like she’s made of glass. Like there’s something following them, a deadly threat that somehow none of their intelligence has uncovered. It’s enough to drive a woman crazy, and Talen has plenty of those tendencies already.

But what’s even more maddening is that he seems to be right…

Whoo boy, this one is super steamy!  Of course, readers of this series know that Talen and Cara have amazing chemistry.  This story reiterates what we already know, plus takes their love (and sex) life to the next level.

Of course, things can never be all bluebirds and butterflies for this couple.  There is a lot of action and danger happening in this story, too.

Although this is a fun, sexy, and emotionally satisfying trip, there’s not a lot to say in a review.  This story, at least how it seems to me, is padding to this overall series.  Something to whet the appetites of rabid fans who have been missing the Kayrs family.  And that’s okay.  I still loved it all.

4.5 stars

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Top Posts of 2019


As is my usual M.O., I’m late to the party.  At least when it comes to things like round-ups and the such. (I always make actual deadlines when I give them to someone else.  It’s my own deadlines I give myself I have issues with.) Now that everyone else has given their year end round ups and thoughts, here I am.  For those that are curious, I’m listing out my top 10 posts of 2019.

Once again, some of my older reviews got a lot of traction.  So, instead of listing my top 10 posts of the year, I’m listing the 5 that got the most views in 2019 that were not from 2019 along with the 5 that got the most views that are actually from 2019.  I’m also not including any of my Top Ten Tuesday posts, as they seemed to get a lot of my views in 2019, which was my first year participating.


#5 – Monthly Mash-Up #5 (October 2014)


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I have no idea what draws the interwebs to this post, it’s old and not overly interesting.  Maybe it’s my cute kitty?  It was fun looking back, though.  Especially because it reminded of my love of Marcel the Shell with Shoes On. Love it!

#4 – Show Me (January 2018)



The great thing about going back to these older posts is remembering a book or author I love.  I realize I haven’t read anything from Abigail Strom in almost 2 years, which is a shame.  I always enjoy her stories.





#3 – Crazy in Love (October 2017)



Another one that confuses me.  I didn’t love this book so I’m not sure why it keeps getting traffic.  Maybe it’s the title getting hits and leading people to the post?





#2 – The Chesapeake Bride (August 2017)



The second year in a row this review got a lot of looks.  In fact, it got even more views in 2019 than it had in 2018 or when it was originally posted. I must say, I love this cover every time I see it again.





#1 – Cowboy Christmas Blues (March 2018)



This has been my most viewed review since I posted it almost 2 years ago.  It consistently gets traffic every week, sometimes daily.  It’s a great book, a great series, and one of my favorite authors so I have not problem with that.






#5 – Claimed (Dark Protectors)



What a great series.  And with this cover, can you blame people for clicking on this post?






#4 – Twice in a Blue Moon 



This was my second book by this writing team, and I’m so glad I gave them another chance.  While I liked the first book I read by them enough, it didn’t blow me away.  I loved this book so much!





#3 – Lands of Lost Borders 



A book club pick that I wasn’t overly fond of, with mixed feelings from some of the others in my book club. Another great cover, though.





#2 – O Little Town of Bramble



Here we are, 10 months after I reviewed this short story, and still no cover.  It was included in the paperback copy of Cowboy Honor I read and really enjoyed this Christmas tale.






#1 – Rule #1 – You Can’t Date the Coach’s Daughter



This story ended up so much more than I thought it would be.  I notice from my review that I said I wouldn’t wait so long before reading the next book in this series.  Well, guess what? I haven’t read it yet.  That’s me for ya!





Just like last year, I’ll be back in the next week or so with a total recap of my reading year.  I’ll also include my reading and life intentions for 2020.

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Their Fairy Princess – Blog Tour + Excerpt

Book 7 in Nicole Edwards’
Office Intrigue series…

OI - 7 - Their Fairy Princess - ebook cover

Release Date: January 14, 2020
Cover Image Copyright © Irina Kharchenko

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Have you ever felt … incomplete? As though happily ever after is a
fleeting, unattainable concept?

Not that I haven’t had memorable experiences because I have. Plenty of
them. It’s more like what’s necessary to check off all the boxes for a
successful HEA hasn’t been defined yet. At least not for me.

To say my desires—not to mention my expectations—are complicated
would be putting it mildly. It’s bad enough I’m in love with my best friend
despite the fact we can’t give each other what we both need: a Dominant.

​Then the unexpected happens.
Secrets are revealed, danger unfolds, decisions are made. And it’s during
the ensuing roller coaster ride that five peoples’ lives are forever changed.
Including mine.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

WHEN IT CAME TO DICHOTOMY, I WASN’T much into the training aspect, but I had to admit, it had been an honor when
Gregory Edge requested us for this session. More so when he requested our assistance with an experiment he was having his
submissive undergo.

Initially, I’d had some ideas of how it could play out, then he’d outlined his intention in the hopes that my twin brother and I would
help him out.

Who could say no to Gregory Edge?

Certainly not me.

So, here we were, role playing in what was, in my humble opinion, a rather lackluster theme room. Since I had a living room at my
own house, this wasn’t my ideal of a good time. However, it was requested we use it, so we would be using it.

At least it was nice. Elegant, comfortable. Trent Ramsey’s decorators knew how to spruce up a space. Luckily for us, they spared no
expense for comfort either.

Granted, my brother was the only comfortable one at the moment. Since I was in the pretend kitchen that didn’t even exist, Isaac
was sitting in a leather chair, one ankle propped over the opposite knee giving great attention to what appeared to be a bondage
equipment magazine. He was likely bored out of his mind.

“You’re up,” I cued Everly Hughes, the sweet little submissive we were assigned to tonight.

“Thank you, Master Ian.”

From the moment I saw her, I’d been … well, to be fair, I’d been slightly hesitant. Had I met her anywhere else, I would’ve thought
someone was trying to punk me. She looked all of eighteen on a good day. So sweet and pure, it was a wonder her parents had ever
let her out of her house when she had been a teenager.

Yet, I knew she was twenty-four years old, fresh faced and rather eager for this training class as it would give her grand entry into
one of the most sought-after fetish clubs in the BDSM community.

I watched as she practically danced across the room, all light and sunshine while my brother pretended not to notice her.


No straight man could miss her. Certainly not in here.

She reminded me of a fictional fairy. All five feet of her. Between the delicate bone structure and the big blue eyes, she had captured
my attention from the very beginning. Isaac’s too, although I was fairly certain my brother was still in denial.

The best part about this particular submissive-in-training: she wasn’t built like someone had glued a bunch of toothpicks together.
No, Everly Hughes was curvy in all the right places.

As she pranced over to Isaac, her light brown hair swayed, tickling the small of her back, falling like fine silk almost to her pert little

Isaac kept his attention on the magazine, following the make-shift script to a T. Our objective was to show Edge’s submissive what a
rigid household might look like. Two Doms, one submissive playing out a structured evening at home.

As he was apt to do, Isaac left Everly waiting as she stood before him, patiently awaiting his instruction.

I was growing bored when he finally set the magazine down on the table beside him, dropped his foot to the floor and tapped one
finger on his knee.

Everly didn’t miss a beat. She instantly danced toward him before easing herself into his lap, curling up in his arms.
That was the moment I saw it.

No one else in the world would’ve been able to detect the slight nuance, but I had. Isaac was my identical twin and we had a bond
stronger than most.

And right there, the moment the fair princess curled up against him, my brother fell a little bit in love, even though I knew he
would never admit it. Not even to himself.

While I stood around, pretending to be doing something in another part of the house, he started a conversation as his hands
roamed easily over her, gliding up her thigh, never going too far.

“Did you finish the dishes?” Isaac asked, exactly as his character was supposed to.

“Yes, Sir,” she said sweetly.

“Where’s Ian?”

“He said he had a surprise for me. Told me to come into the living room and wait.”

Yep. Surprise in hand, I was just waiting for my cue.

“I take it to mean you’ve been a good girl?”

“Yes, Sir. Very good.”

And there it was.

Hefting her surprise in my arm, I carried it into the room.

The small sex machine, which we referred to as a saddle, was roughly thirteen inches long and twelve inches wide. It stood approximately eight inches tall. The best way to describe it was as a half of a barrel laid on its side with a padded leather cushion
across the center of it.

“Do you think you’ve been good enough for this?” Isaac asked Everly.

She lifted her head, glanced at the machine I’d set on the floor. I carried the plug over to the wall, slid it into the electrical socket.

“Yes, Sir.”

Good or not, I was excited about watching her ride the damn thing.

Isaac lifted her off his lap, steadying her on her feet as I took my seat on the plastic-covered sofa.

“Present,” Isaac commanded.

I watched the show she put on for us, moving a few steps away, angling herself so that she was facing both of us before she slipped
off the silk tank she wore, revealing her small, pert breasts with their dusky pink nipples. Her tiny skirt was the next to go, unveiling a hairless mound at the apex of those soft, smooth legs.

Neither of us had to say anything because Everly knew the drill, lowering herself to the floor, her movements fluid, elegant. She rolled herself out flat, legs wide, toes pointed, that pretty pink pussy on display, practically beckoning my tongue to tease it. Her
chest arched upward, arms stretching over her head, hands resting elegantly on the floor.

Beautiful. Absolutely stunning.

I pretended to be relaxed and comfortable, admiring her sweet, lithe body. “Very nice, fairy princess. Now ass position.”

As though she’d practiced a million times, Everly curled up, rolled over and propped herself on hands and knees, her sweet little ass facing us at all times. As her chest lowered to the floor, she spread her knees wide, putting all her private parts on display.

She did have a very pretty pussy, one I was hoping we had the pleasure of teasing at some point in the future.

“What did you have in store for her?” Isaac asked, his question directed at me.

“Since she’s been a good girl, I thought I’d let her perform for us.”

While Everly remained perfectly positioned, I took the opportunity to tease her a bit. Ensuring I didn’t block anyone’s view from the window behind me, I walked over, bent down and slid my fingers along her slit.

I figured she deserved some praise for doing so well, so I fondled her clit, loving her soft moans of pleasure.

“Wait pose, fairy princess,” I instructed as I forced myself to stop before I took it to far, returning to my place, using a cloth to wipe my hands.

Everly repositioned onto her knees, toes pressed against the floor, butt resting on her ankles as she clasped her hands behind her back, her eyes on me as she waited for my next instruction.

“Did you enjoy that, fairy princess?” Isaac asked.

I glanced over at him, wondering if he realized his Irish was showing.

He didn’t look my way, so I turned my attention back to Everly, smirked. If she’d been surprised, she hid it well.

“Yes, Sir, I did. Very much. Thank you, Master Ian.”

“You’re very welcome, princess.” I held out the bottle of lubricant, nodding toward the machine. “Prepare the toy.”

“May I stand, Master Ian? Or shall I remain on my knees?”


I had to admit, I was rather impressed. She hadn’t missed a beat. I wondered if this was how she would handle being at home with us. Would she sit in the middle of our living room, awaiting her instruction? Or would she sit on the sofa, secretly hoping for some
play time?

I could see it going either way, the more I thought about it. The strangest part was that I was now thinking about it, taking sweet Everly home with us, indulging whenever we wanted.

Everly took the bottle, drawing me out of my wayward thoughts, thanking me as I passed it to her.

She surprised me again, seductively stroking the fake dick, slicking it, preparing it for her pussy. When she handed me the bottle, I took the liberty of wiping her hands, my gaze dropping to her pretty nipples as they puckered sweetly.

Yeah. This one was going to be damn hard to resist.

“Mount the toy, little fairy,” Isaac commanded.

“Yes, Master Isaac.”

Still smiling sweetly, as though this was the only place she wanted to be, Everly positioned herself over the dildo before easing down on it. Her pleasure was obvious from the second that fake dick began sliding inside her. Her mouth opened, eyes hooded.

So fucking sweet.

Now it was my turn to have a little fun. I retrieved the remote from my pocket, relaxed into the sofa and pressed the buttons to bring the saddle to life.

“I expect to hear your pleasure,” Isaac told her. “And you are not allowed to come until I give you permission. If you do, you will be punished.”

“Yes, Master Isaac.”

We’d never played with Everly before. I hoped she knew how very serious Isaac was about that rule.

With my eyes on her, the remote in my hand, I thoroughly enjoyed myself, teasing her with the vibrating toy while Isaac and I alternated our commands, having her shift positions for both her pleasure and ours.

Figuring I might as well have a little fun, I turned the vibrations up.

“Masters….” Everly’s head tipped back, her hands cupping her breasts as Isaac had instructed. “I’m going to come. Oh, God. It’s too much.”

“Not enough,” Isaac growled.

I pushed another button. Everly cried out, a startled scream ripping from her throat as the sweet fairy princess came right there before us, her body taut as she came apart.

At this point, my brother wasn’t the only one who had fallen for the fairy princess. I’d fallen a little in love with her myself.

“What did I tell you?” Isaac questioned when her body had relaxed somewhat.

“You instructed me not to come, Master Isaac,” she whispered, remorse ringing every word.

Although I’d seen some submissives come without permission on purpose, I heard genuine remorse in Everly’s tone. She was disappointed in herself for failing him.

“And did you come?”

“Yes, Sir.”

“Come here, little fairy,” he ordered.

Her legs were wobbly, but Everly managed to get to her feet, then straighten her spine, thrust her chest forward and gracefully
pranced toward Isaac.

Isaac shifted seconds before Every draped herself over his thighs, her hands pressing against the floor as she held herself over his lap.

“Five,” Isaac warned seconds before he smacked her ass. Hard.

That sweet fairy princess moaned.

She fucking moaned and I think I fell a little more.

Isaac smacked her ass again and again. Everly whimpered, her ass red where his hand had lanced.

When he finished the punishment, he helped her to her feet.

“Now you may retire to your bedroom for the evening. Ian or I will inform you where you will be sleeping in a little while.”

She slowly turned toward my brother, a single tear sliding down her cheek. “Thank you, Master Isaac.” She turned to face me. “Thank you, Master Ian.”

Yeah. It was safe to say we were both in deep, deep shit.

~ Copyright 2020, Nicole Edwards Limited.

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