Millennium Falls

Millennium Falls

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by Robin Smith
     
 

Elizabeth "Zi" Bartlett is returning home from a disastrous blind date that she had set up through an alternate lifestyle website in order to experience spankings firsthand instead of in her long-imagined fantasies. Although she's in dire financial straits, she wants this type of relationship so badly that the six hour round trip in her gas-guzzling van seemed worth…  See more details below

Overview

Elizabeth "Zi" Bartlett is returning home from a disastrous blind date that she had set up through an alternate lifestyle website in order to experience spankings firsthand instead of in her long-imagined fantasies. Although she's in dire financial straits, she wants this type of relationship so badly that the six hour round trip in her gas-guzzling van seemed worth the risk.

The night is dark and foggy, and she nearly runs down a young man named Thomas, who is standing in the road. She takes him home and the boy's father, Archer Moorecott, offers her a job as Thomas's private tutor, to everyone's surprise, including Archer. Although he's attracted to her, he's determined to maintain his distance because (suspenseful drum roll here) he's a vampire! So is Thomas, but he's not as angst-ridden and obnoxious about it.

Zi's innate good nature, sweet spirit, and entrancing spankability gradually win Archer over. She moves into the Millennium Falls mansion, much to the chagrin of her creepy next-door neighbor, Sherman, who makes his displeasure known in an equally creepy way.

This paranormal spanking romance is full of witty dialogue, drama, hot sensual scenes, and of course, spankings! If it bothers you to read about strong alpha men dishing out spankings to sassy, well-deserving ladies, then please don't buy this book.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148846390
Publisher:
Blushing Books Publications
Publication date:
10/31/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
957 KB

Meet the Author

Robin Smith is an inveterate liar who lives in the middle of Nowhere, where she has disguised herself as a very poor person so that she won't upset the natives. She shares a dilapidated old house with an assortment of family members, furry animals, and surly turtles, and in addition to the massive stacks of accolades she's received for her writing over the years, she's also been awarded Deadliest GameMaster five times. Her first publication was in her fifth-grade newsletter, but she has since appeared in all sorts of periodicals, including "Dagger of the Mind," "Dark Desires," and "Hustler" magazine. She hopes to someday win the coveted Golden Tissue for her work in mainstream erotica, just as soon as they start awarding one.

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