When 24-year-old Cassie Stevens meets Eric Waters, her town's hunky new fire captain, she assumes he is way out of her league. Cassie isn't a beauty queen like her mother, and a mature, no-nonsense man like Eric would never be attracted to a fun-loving tomboy like her - especially considering her penchant for getting herself in trouble. So it comes as a shock when he stops by the diner where she works, steers her out of an altercation with some rude customers, and promptly asks her out on a date.
It doesn't take Cassie long to realize that she has finally met the man of her dreams, and Eric seems to enjoy her sense of humor and playful ways. But after she pulls a foolish prank on him during their first date, he takes her over his knee for a spanking, and she quickly discovers how much a man's firm hand can sting when applied to a naughty girl's bare bottom.
Eric's attention and affection make Cassie feel more loved than she has ever felt before, and despite her sore bottom, his discipline leaves her aroused and yearning to be his. But just as she's about to give him her heart, it seems he's no longer interested. Can Cassie put aside her fears and trust Eric, or will her doubts set off a chain of events which will tear their relationship apart?
Publisher's note: Cassie and the Fire Captain is an erotic romance novel that includes spankings, sexual scenes, and more. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book.
©2015 Katherine Deane and Stormy Night Publication (P)2015 Katherine Deane
Cassie is finally made to repent for her not-so-practical-jokes. At first this comes in the form of a sore bottom. However, she is eventually convinced to use her imaginative talents to achieve a more positive goal. And this leads to a… Well, I won’t spoil it for you. I’ll just say that – the show must go on! This story is a witty romance with a pleasant dose of eroticism and spanking.
As for the audio presentation, I was initially distracted by the male reader for a story told predominately from a female perspective. It seemed to me that, the reader was also uncomfortable. However, as the story progressed, the timbre of the presentation steadied and I forgot the issue completely. Good job!
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