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from Dangerous Science
She deserved to be punished so severely that she’d return to her room with no question as to his commitment to professionalism. Sebastian stepped over to her. Gladys did not flinch, but closed her eyes, clearly willing to accept whatever he decided.With a cry of frustration he flung the cane across the room and into the fireplace and pulled Gladys up from the bed. Spinning her to face him, he reached behind her and pulled at the top of her dress, snapping the buttons as he ripped it free and off her. The move required a great deal of strength, and she gasped, wide-eyed and suddenly afraid.“No,” he said quietly, tipping her chin up so that she was looking directly at him. “Do not fear me. I won’t hurt you, Dr. DeWalt.”“Gladys,” she said. “Call me Gladys.”
This marks my third time on the Saturday Spankings blog hop. Last week I managed to visit every single blog on the list; it was an enjoyable way to spend my Saturday morning. It was the last blog hop before my Wednesday release of my erotic Steampunk adventure Dangerous Science, my last blog hop before joining the ranks of published authors on the blog roll.
It's been a crazy week. I'd hoped Dangerous Science would do well. I wasn't prepared for it to do was well as it did. In less than 24 hours, it had hit #1 on Amazon in Steampunk Fiction, and climbed to #47 in the Sci Fi romance categories.
"The little novel roars along from start to finish, and when the spanking and sex arrives, it's extremely hot...anyone who enjoys Victorian fiction and science fiction, in addition to spanking and erotic elements will adore this book simply because the quality of the writing is so very high."Up-and-coming writer Felicity Nichols included this in her kind review:
I am very impressed because usually I don’t read a lot of action stories. Dangerous Science is the perfect blend of action, adventure, erotica, and spankings. I am completely wrapped up in the characters from Dangerous Science and look forward to more from Sidney Swann."
I can't thank the readers enough, both in the erotic and Steampunk communities. The success of this book has left me stunned, surprised and happy. But the success is the second best thing about writing "Dangerous Science." The best thing? The friendships and sense of community that began to form even before I became a published author. I have felt embraced and encouraged by so many wonderful writers and I'm as inspired as much by the sense of camaraderie as I am by the unexpected success of my debut novel. It makes me look forward to penning its sequel all the more.