In the book, and against all odds, Jenny and Cal are together and happy. Their love is strong, but before they can become family Jenny needs to learn what that word means. Jenny has no background in the real meaning of “family” but when Cal wants her to meet his and get to know hers, she knows the time has come. The difference in the two families is wide and jarring. Jenny has a lot to learn, but then so does cal. When he meets her family, he discovers that the word family doesn’t always mean the same thing to all people.
Jenny’s mother has planned a future for her daughter that does not include Cal Bennet. What could this small-town hick with no money and no connections do for her? How far will her mother go to see that Jenny accepts a life of high society and prestige? Will these two lovers come an understanding of what their family will look like?
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Jenny felt tears come to her eyes and she wasn’t exactly sure why. Spankings hurt, but that wasn’t it entirely. She knew part of it was that she’d let Cal down and he was disappointed in her. This wasn’t going to be one of those fun playful spanking he liked so much. She hated this kind.
She didn’t say anymore as he led her to the sofa. He unsnapped her shorts and pulled them down with her panties, then he gently pulled Jenny across his lap. “I’m not going to use the paddle, just my hand. Mostly because you came right out and told me what you did and you didn’t try to hide anything. I appreciate that.”
Jenny was relieved to hear he wasn’t using the paddle. But thought he’d started fairly lightly he was increasing both the strength of his swing and the tempo. It was really starting to burn and she clenched her ass trying to get some relief.
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