Emma K. Gardner enjoys writing about--and, every now and then, receiving--erotic spankings.
AVERSION THERAPYby Emma K. Gardner
What does that mean exactly? It means that at every session, Holly will eat junk food in front of Dr. Copeland, and in response,
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Holly Nolan trusts her psychiatrist, the caring and compassionate (and very cute) Dr. Copeland. She trusts him so much, that when he recommends a course of aversion therapy to cure her excessive junk food consumption, she agrees.
What does that mean exactly? It means that at every session, Holly will eat junk food in front of Dr. Copeland, and in response, he will take her over his knee and administer a long, hard, bare-bottom spanking.
There's only one problem. Holly kind of likes the treatment. She likes the feel of lying over Dr. Copeland's hard thighs. She likes how safe she feels with him tightly holding her in place. And even though it hurts so much she cries, she likes the feel of his hand (but not the other implements he uses) spanking her soft bottom until in throbs and burns.
How can aversion therapy work if it's pleasureable?
This novella is 19,750 words. It is intended for readers over 18.
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