Friday, 29 March 2013

Friday, March 29, 2013 -

Shades of Pink: Book 1

by Angela Stone
Published: Mar 29, 2013
Words: 26,669
Category: general
Orientation: mixed
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ALICIA'S AWAKENING: Delighted at her good fortune at inheriting a property as well as a quarter of a million pounds, Alicia Rochester rudely parts with her employer and sets off for the south coast. In the village she upsets every one of the locals and is surprised to find her clearing out of the house interrupted. A strong young man, claiming to be her cousin's best friend, takes it upon himself to rectify her attitude.

AMBER'S ATTITUDE: Amber is not very good at controlling her temper. Her latest temper tantrum results in a riding crop being snapped into little pieces and thrown across the yard. Her boss Robert knows just how to deal with this type of bratty behaviour with the aid of a nice stingy crop followed by corner time. But Amber's punishment doesn't end there...

BILLY: Amy has undertaken to keep an eye on eighteen year old Billy, the son of her boyfriend of several years, only intermittently at home due to his job as a marine engineer. Billy accompanies Amy to a car boot sale where he is excited by the discovery of a camera and projector along with some old films. Later, Amy, Billy and his friend Harriet sit down to watch the cricketing films - but the sporting shots are quickly succeeded by what might only be termed home 'porn' movies with which each watcher is fascinated in his or her own way! This sets the scene for exploration and spanking fun for the three of them, with the help of an ancient tawse.

A BOAT TOO FAR: Trying too hard to be sophisticated but ignoring all advice, young Jade is proving to be the most obnoxious companion and no fun at all for poor Mike as he rows her out in his small boat to the island. Continuing to infuriate him, she finally falls into a muddy pool, needing his help and eventually his punishment. Suddenly the day improves!

COOKING WITH CANES: In desperation at her expanding waistline, Jodi vows to forego the unhealthy convenience foods she has been eating, and enrols in a cookery class. Lee, the instructor, is not impressed by her timekeeping or general attitude. Strangely, though, she finds herself increasingly wanting to impress him - and everything changes...

DEAR JOHN: Clearly relishing the idea of writing a 'Dear John' letter, Emma uses it to get her own back on her former lover who, in turn, was apparently cheating on his wife. She describes in detail her new man, his many attributes and particularly his skills in disciplining her. She does not hold back on any detail, even his identity!

DINING WITH DISASTER: With rather a bad grace Sally accompanies her boyfriend Andy to a business dinner with his clients. Arriving late, and finding both the proceedings and the female company tedious, Sally tries to distract Andy with the result that he spills red wine all over the women guests. After a very tense drive home, Andy delivers an ultimatum which seems as though it will determine the future of their relationship.

DOING THE RIGHT THING: Vik is really concerned about his beloved wife. Clearly she is in a lot of pain and, although he does as much as she will allow him to help, she can't seem to voice her greatest desire. Writing her needs down seems a solution and she obeys his instructions to precede him up to their bed. It is a peaceful night...

IT ALWAYS COMES IN THREES: Diane is faced with a series of misfortunes, all coming at once, and meaning she needs a new job followed soon by new accommodation. An openly acknowledged spanker, she finds a small ad and is totally amazed to discover the products to be 'tested' are spanking implements. The boss who wields them is not bad either - and he happens to have a vacant flat...

LIFE IS GOOD: Incapable of resisting her overwhelming urge, and while the house is empty, Wendy fulfills her needs with her hairbrush. Arriving unexpectedly, Jack declares that this will forever be his duty, a suggestion with which she is happy to agree!

MR JOLLY'S PIKE PADDLE: Mrs Jolly makes the serious mistake of thinking she can enjoy a day out on the lake while her husband fishes. For once he fails to get a bite, but a snoring wife has not been helping. Having landed a particularly nasty pike, he uses it to belabour his wife's bottom, intent on putting her off fishing for ever!

NIGHTSCHOOL NIGHTMARE: Roger is attending a night-school class in Spanish, but has forgotten his glasses. This leads to an unfortunate (or is that fortunate?) mix-up.