Friday, February 7, 2014

Saturday Spankings - THE CUTLER BROTHERS SERIES - CADE!

Here are eight sentences from CADE book one of my bestselling western romantic suspense, THE CUTLER BROTHERS. If you're familiar with my other books, it's probably no surprise that I love to write about strong, sexy, alpha males, and US Marshal Cade Cutler is about as strong, sexy and alpha as you can get!

Happy Reading!




“Okay, that does it,” he growled.

Riley braced herself for another one of his snide comments, and was surprised when Cade grabbed her by the arm and marched her over to the couch instead.

“What are you...?” she began as he sat down, but the rest of what she’d been going to say came out in a rush of air as he gave her arm a quick tug that sent her tumbling headlong over his knee.

Riley was so stunned that she simply lay there draped over his lap as she tried to catch her breath. When she finally came to her senses a moment later, it was to push herself upright, but a strong hand on her back held her down. What the hell was he doing?


She turned to glare over her shoulder at him, only to let out a startled gasp when she felt his hand come down hard on her jean-clad bottom.  Oh my God, the brute was spanking her!


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The beautiful, but irritating Riley Barnett has been a thorn in the side of the U.S. Marshals Service ever since she entered the Witness Protection Program. And now that she once again believes her identity has been compromised, new U.S. Marshal Cade Cutler is the one sent to placate her. When it turns out that she’s right this time, Riley has to depend on Cade to protect her, even if that means putting up with his spankings every time she refuses to follow his silly rules!


Excerpt:

Cade closed his notebook and slipped it into the inside pocket of his suit jacket.  “We’ll look into it, Ms. Barnett, and get back to you,” he said, getting to his feet.

Riley did the same, her frown deepening.  “How are you going to look into it?  Will you be posting Marshals outside my apartment building then?”  She really hoped so; she hadn’t slept well the past couple of nights.

He inclined his head.  “If we determine that you’re in danger, then you’ll be given protection,” he told her.  “But I don’t think you have anything to be concerned about.  As I said, a lot of people own black SUV’s.”

Riley stared at him in disbelief.  Did she have to end up at the bottom of some river somewhere before they believed her?  She opened her mouth to argue, but Cade Cutler was already walking toward the door.

Annoyed, she followed after him.  “How will you know if there really is a threat from the SUV if there’s no one here to see it?” she persisted.

In the small entryway, he turned to give her a placating smile.  “Like I said, we’ll look into it.”

She folded her arms to glare at him.  “You’re not going to do a damn thing, are you?” she said sharply.  “Now that you people have already gotten my testimony, you couldn’t care less about what happens to me.”

His jaw tightened.  “I’ll be in touch,” he said, ignoring what she’d just said as he turned to leave.  He was just reaching for the doorknob when the greeting cards on the table along the wall caught his eye.

Riley watched in confusion as he picked one up and read it, and then did the same to another and another.  But before she could ask what he was doing, he turned to fix her with a hard look.

“What the hell are these?” he demanded, holding up the cards.

Her brow furrowed.  “Birthday cards,” she said, her tone implying that it should have been obvious to him.

“I can see that!” he growled.  “But this one’s from your mother!  And these,” he added, gesturing with the others, “are from the rest of your family! 

She shrugged.  “Duh!  Who do you think sends birthday cards?”

His eyes narrowing, Cade tossed the stack of birthday cards back onto the table and strode toward her. “How about, duh, you’re in the Witness Protection Program?  Which means that you’re not supposed to tell anyone where you are.  That includes your family!  You’re so worried about your identity being compromised and here you are broadcasting it to the world!”

Ignoring the implied insult, Riley lifted her chin to glare up at him.  “My mother would never tell anyone where I am,” she told him coldly.  “And neither would any of my sisters.”

His brows drew together.  “Really?  How reassuring,” he scoffed.  “What about the people who might be snooping through your family’s mail to find out where you are?  Have you thought about that?”

She frowned at the words, wondering if that could be true, but then told herself it was ridiculous.  Nobody, not even Albert Donatti, the main mobster she had testified against, would bother with digging through the mail just to find her.  Besides, even if he had, her family had addressed the envelopes to her new name.

Riley gave Cade another shrug.  “That would be impossible because my mom and my sisters didn’t put my real name on the envelope,” she said.  “I’m not stupid, you know!”

“That’s debatable,” he retorted.  “So, how many relatives does your family have living on the West Coast?”

She gave him a confused look.  “What are you talking about?”

He held up the card from her mother.  “It doesn’t matter what the name on the envelope says,” he told her.  “The card says Happy Birthday to My Daughter on the front.  I think people will figure out that it’s you.”

Before she could say anything, he added, “I’m going to have to call my boss and let him know about this.”

“Good,” she muttered.  “Because I want to talk to him, too.  That way I can tell him that you don’t know what the hell you’re doing, and that he needs to send someone out here who does!”

At her words, Cade paused in the act of reaching into his pocket for his cell phone, his eyes narrowing.  “Okay, that does it,” he growled.

Riley braced herself for another one of his snide comments, and was surprised when Cade grabbed her by the arm and marched her over to the couch instead.

“What are you...?” she began as he sat down, but the rest of what she’d been going to say came out in a rush of air as he gave her arm a quick tug that sent her tumbling headlong over his knee.

Riley was so stunned that she simply lay there draped over his lap as she tried to catch her breath. When she finally came to her senses a moment later, it was to push herself upright, but a strong hand on her back held her down.  What the hell was he doing?


She turned to glare over her shoulder at him, only to let out a startled gasp when she felt his hand come down hard on her jean-clad bottom.  Oh my God, the brute was spanking her!


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7 comments:

PK Corey said...

I have to say she really had that coming. Bet she won't make that mistake again.

Sidney Swann said...

What is it about lawmen that is so sexy? I have to say that I'm intrigued after reading this passage. And the cover is oh-so-hot.

Leigh Smith aka Sunny Girl said...

Yeah, wouldn't mind trading places.Steamy scene.

bn100 said...

Nice snippet

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Beauty's Punishment said...

Thank you for the story.

Kathryn R. Blake said...

Great snippet, but I can't tell if he really wasn't going to do anything until he saw the cards, or if he did intend to make sure the Black SUV didn't pose any threat to her. I think she had a right to be upset with him, but if she's in the Witness Protection Program she should not be communicating with her family, so he has every right to let her know of his displeasure with her.

Paige Tyler said...

Thanks so much, everyone! Glad you enjoyed the excerpt!

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Paige