Cross the Line

Cross the Line

by Jenny Plumb

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Cross the Line by Jenny Plumb

At the tender age of twenty, Andie has already been stealing cars for five years. Her con artist father passed away when she was just a teen, but not before teaching her everything he knew. With no one else to look out for her, Andie followed in his footsteps in order to avoid being taken into foster care. But secretly she always wished she had a strict parent who would tell her not to steal... and who would spank her if she did.

David and Nina are happily married, and in public they lead very conventional lives; he's a veterinarian, and she's a photographer. But in private, they are both Dominants who enjoy playing with a select few submissives, and Littles that they can top and 'parent' together.

Andie's life changes drastically the day she accidentally hits a dog with a stolen car and meets David. Without quite knowing how--or why, Andie realizes that the kind older man and his wife are becoming more and more involved in all aspects of her life, including the legal trouble she's managed to get herself into.

Soon, the three of them are forming a platonic family unit without knowing each other's secrets, but will mere friendship be enough for them, or do they all need something more... extraordinary?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157828257
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 02/10/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 478 KB

About the Author

In my younger years I never would have considered myself a writer. Honestly, I became a writer because I simply couldn’t find the kinds of spanking stories that I wanted to read - or at least not enough of them to satisfy my voracious appetite for reading. The more I wrote, the more I enjoyed writing, and eventually it became a part of my daily existence. Now I’d say that being a writer is one of my defining characteristics.

I’m married with two kids, one dog, three cats, a part time job, and a mortgage. I’ve lived in the beautiful Pacific Northwest my entire life, but most days I’d rather be on the computer, writing, than outside enjoying the scenery.

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Cross the Line 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Bugger88 More than 1 year ago
Crime is all Andie has ever known and being held accountable for it is all she's ever wanted. After a car accident results in her being arrested, Andie is given a chance to have the correction she has always longed for. I was a little put off by the lack of Andie spanking but am excited to read the rest of the series!
Laurel1 More than 1 year ago
This was a beautifully written story about a young lady who was raised to be a criminal and completely on her own at 15. The author explores the feelings and deep emotions of Andie, and the people who come to care about her and delves into mild age play. I loved Andie, she was an amazing young woman and found myself rooting for her to succeed.
Katy_Beth More than 1 year ago
Andie has never really had a chance to do anything but what she's been doing almost her whole life. But when the life of an animal bumps up against her own survival instincts she goes with the animal. This right choice leads into a whole new world where right choices get reward and her hidden fantasy have a chance to come true. It is easy to see that David and Nina have her best interest at heart and have no intention of taking advantage of Andie. This is the first book of a new series and clearly there will be more between these 3 people. This story could stand alone but I am looking forward to see their relationship continue to change evolve in the next book. Getting Andie set on the right path of life seems to be a great first step.
JKReading More than 1 year ago
I was delighted that Nina and David had experience as well as a working relationship with both of them being Dominants. They navigated the waters with other littles expertly and their interactions were loving and firm. Andie, you just want to love. She was endearing in that she was strong because she needed to be but deep down craved the love and boundaries of an age play relationship. Unfortunate circumstances brought them all together but definitely for the better. I can't wait to get a glimpse of their weekend at the cabin and see how their relationship develops.
Joanie_M More than 1 year ago
I loved this book from start to finish. Andie is a unique complex character who's had a rough life; her good heart makes you want to help her even though she's a criminal. The author did an excellent job of exposing Andie's criminal mind and her conflicting fantasies, as well as her pride, caring and fear. David and Nina are a loving couple, both dominants and into age play. They are great characters that seem like real people, unlike any other couples I've read about before. This story is about their attempt to help Andie because they truly care about her. While their dominant natures play a crucial role throughout the story, the AP is in the background. The plot never stopped moving and the book is very well written. I highly recommend it to all d/s fans. I can't wait for book 2.