We’re so happy to be apart of the WIP It Up Blog Hop again this week. Over at the WIP It Up Wednesday Blog, myself and the other authors get to share with you bits and pieces of their works in progress. Small but yummy glimpses into the future of your kindle! We can’t wait to see what everyone has been writing as I know I’ve been busy writing. Don’t forget we’re celebrating the Holidays with a little giveaway.
Moving Her Heart
Baylor Parish, is trying to start a life of her own. Free from whiney husbands, overbearing family and oppressive conditions. Following her divorce she moves as far away from Los Angeles as she can. Although she moves to get away from anyone and anything she finds herself meeting up with Hayden Paterson almost immediately. She finds herself living next door to Hayden and his three roommates who instantly begin making her feel welcome and coming to her aide, much more than she likes. This story of course has spankings galore but also has elements of age play.
“I only share my girl with my brother. The other two have their own special place in the lifestyle. Terry fulfills the role of a doting uncle, while Matt is like having a big brother. Hayden and I are, simply said, daddies.”
“Why are you telling me all this? Aren’t you afraid I’m going to think you are some sort of a pervert or a freak? I am sure you already guessed my opinion of you is not the best right now.”
“I am stepping out on a limb here because I trust my instincts. You have a basic, human need to be taken care of and nurtured, Baylor. From what you shared, it is something that you have never experienced from any type of parental figure and your heart is crying out to be loved and guided, especially in this time of stress. You can protest it, but I can tell that your little soul is begging for a daddy to rock you in his arms and kiss away all your troubles. No, don’t cry,” Jake said softly, stroking her hand. “This is a good thing, honey.”
“H,how dare you make such an assumption.” Baylor’s lower lips quivered as she tightly crossed her arms to her chest and rocked herself. “I have no such need. I never have and I never will.” Her words were forced. Everything he said was correct, but there was no way in hell that she would admit that to him! He was already too arrogant for words as it was.
“We can be there for you when you need that. No strings. I’m not wrong in this. I never am,” Jake said calmly with a strong sense of sweetness which threw Baylor off-balance. It was hard not to like him as he rested his warm hand on her shoulder and stroked her collar bone with only his thumb.
She grunted, turning her face from him. “There is a first time for everything, Jake Paterson.”
“Would you care to put down a wager on that?” Jake asked slyly.
“A wager on what? That you are wrong and that I don’t require anything that you suggested?”
“I’m not wrong.”
“Nor are you going to have the chance to find out otherwise.”
“I will bet you a trip to Chuck E . Cheese that you will be coming to either Hayden or me within one week for daddy-care.”
“You are insane,” Baylor wiped her face with the back of her hand. She stood up and put some distance between her and the handsome, half-naked man. “I have to get going. I have a ton of things to do and another truck to pack.”
“I told you that we will be out at your place in the morning, Sweetheart,” Hayden said. “We will get you all packed, cleaned up and back home to unload and have the BBQ before you know it.”
“I need to get out of here. You guys are already freaking me out enough as it is. You can’t hold me against my will any longer. That means you, Officer,” she growled, narrowing her eyes at Jake. “Thank you for the hospitality and for breaking into my house to get my keys.”