A Little Sugar, A Little Spice by Abbie Adams
Christmas is a time of magic and anticipation. Meri is far less concerned about what might be under her tree than she is about who is showing up on her doorstep. Though she adores her sister, Kim, even she has to admit that the woman tends to be the 'naughty' to Meri's 'nice'. Her husband, Sean, has already warned his little girl that he won't hesitate to turn her over his knee if she doesn't remember that their household has definite rules that are not to be broken. If she wishes to test her Daddy's resolve, instead of visions of sugarplums dancing in her head, his naughty little one will be dancing to the tune of a thick wooden spoon.
It doesn't take but two days before Kim has once again shown her true colors. Despite Meri's willingness to excuse her behavior, she finally admits that Kim's life would be so much better if someone cared for her the way her own Daddy did. Perhaps if Kim had her own bottom reddened, she would learn the error of her ways but would Meri ever have the courage to reveal the dynamics of her life to her sister?
When Sean invites Kim's boyfriend to dinner, the young woman is shocked-especially since she'd told Meri that they had broken up. She knows she isn't happy with her life but is worried what her sister might think if she learns what Kim really desires. Kyle is far less hesitant in reminding the stubborn woman he adores exactly who is in charge. Will the two sisters take the chance to unwrap the secrets they've both held onto for so long? Will they discover that loving men who appreciate both a little sugar and a little spice fulfills them in all ways and is the best Christmas present they could ever receive?
"Oh, oh, ohhh—oh, Sir. I'm sorry, Sir." She pushed her pelvis into the bed trying to get away from his hand, but she had nowhere to go.
"That is your warm up," he said, confirming her fear, when he reached for the strap. It was evil. With its narrow strips of thick leather, it had a bite that was incomparable to any other implement. "This will be your punishment."
He draped the leather strips over her cheeks, almost caressing her rounded bottom with the gentle draping. When he lifted it and began to swish the strap she tensed. She was accurate in timing as the strap came down again only more aggressively. Flaming tendrils licked her curves and folds, coming down the crease of her ass and just brushing the sensitive skin between her anus and cunt.
She screamed out, shrieking into the dark room when the strap lashed out again and again, each time coming nearer to the dreaded hot spot—her clit. She knew it was inevitable. It would happen, whether she wanted it or not. But when?
Her ass felt welted, swollen, melted, taut. Her skin was tight, blistered maybe. She cried, begged, pleaded. "I'm sorry, ohmigod! Please…"
And he gave her what she wanted. More. Fire, searing straps cutting into her backside, and finally her pussy. It was like a knife. No—fire. Like a branding iron. The tips of the leather landed perfectly against her swollen and abused bundle of nerves. Kyle spoke but she couldn't hear him over the noise of her own screaming.
She floated, unable to see him, or the room. She saw light, and dots. White dots. And her skin hummed. Every inch of every nerve ending vibrated. She was more alive than ever before, but yet so far from every reality. She reached forward, but touched nothing.
Abbie is a little girl at heart. She has always lived in a make-believe world, unwilling to share her fantasies with anyone for fear they would laugh at her, or worse, lock her up. She struggles with her desires to have a daddy who will keep her in line and yet baby her constantly. She writes to stay sane; this is her therapy.
Hiding her secret desires hasn't helped her, but sharing it with you, those of you who might also enjoy the same yearnings, well, that makes her happy. Come live inside Abbie's head if you dare.
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