My First Spanking features fun and erotic short stories by an eclectic assortment of writers. I’m featuring them and offering excerpts from the book over the next week or so.
Today’s author is Jacqueline Brocker, who wrote “It’s Gonna Hurt.” This story tells of a woman’s realization that she wants to spank her new boyfriend—and how she goes about making the occasion meaningful after he agrees to accept her domination.
Orlando shuddered forward, eyes squeezed shut, but Kira hauled his shoulders back up to keep him in position.
“Stay still,” she hissed. Orlando nodded, now panting, the hint of fear spreading on his cheeks. Kira loved it. She reared up over him, as if her hand were growing larger, and she began to spank him with a precise, sharp rhythm.
As each strike landed, each time he moaned, or keened, or whimpered, she knew it wasn’t that she wanted him in pain. She wanted to surprise him. To stun him, to hear something deeper than the warm afternoons, something more than tenderness. His body trembled, twitched, wanting to get away, but Orlando stayed and accepted each and every spank, his moans becoming deeper, gorgeously full of ecstasy, and so very primal it made it rage through her body.
Kira’s hand slid under him. “Here, baby.” She skimmed her palm down his belly, running over his pubic hair, before she found his cock. It was harder than before, and it made her smile when he sighed and said “yes” as she took it into her grasp.
With his cock in her hand, sliding down, gripping the head, or pinching the base, and her hand slapping each cheek, then in the center where the curves met, she knew she had him completely in her power.
To read more of the story, you can order My First Spanking here.
Bio: Jacqueline Brocker (jacquelinebrocker.net) lives and writes near Cambridge, England. Her short erotic fiction has appeared in various anthologies, and her novellas and other short stories have been published by Forbidden Fiction. Originally from Australia, when not writing she does Scottish Country Dancing and pokes at Pinterest for pictures of dragons and interesting men. Purchase her books on Forbidden Fiction, or follow her on Goodreads, Facebook, or Twitter.