Monday, February 22, 2016

Simon Says by @LibbyC26 - Libby Campbell #NeverEndingTour

Simon Says by Libby Campbell

Publisher:        Blushing Books
Released:         January 28, 2016

Genre:             Contemporary, romantic erotica



Sadie will be the perfect woman for Simon, if only she can learn to obey his rules.


When feisty Sadie Donohue meets Simon Jacobson at a New Year’s Eve party, she thinks it’s a chance encounter, but not all is as it seems. Simon is a busy executive who prefers to be the master of his own destiny.
Over dinner the next night his authoritative personality starts to emerge. Always one to question authority, Sadie rebuffs his gentle suggestions for more polite behavior with a lively, sharp wit. Simon is amused but unmoved.
If Sadie wants to continue seeing him she must accept his rules. Rules that will be reinforced by spankings when she fails to comply.
A strong, independent woman, Sadie struggles with his demands. A tragedy from Simon’s past makes him more determined than ever to make her obey. Their worlds collide.
This romantic comedy, set in cold climes of Canada, is warmed with frequent spankings.




EXCERPTS

He caressed a nipple as he straightened to a standing position. “Tracy took strips off me before I went upstairs to wake you and bring you home. She said I had no business dropping a bombshell in your life and leaving you to deal with it alone. I told her you’re a big girl with lots of friends to protect you. Plus it wasn’t like I was offering you anything bad, was it?”
I shook my head and said nothing.
“Still I’m taking her comments into consideration as I determine your punishment. Tell me honestly—do you think you should be spanked tonight?”
I shrugged.
“Wise choice to remain silent. Better not risk a wrong answer. However, in my court you are allowed to incriminate yourself. In fact, it’s expected when you have broken my rules. In time you will learn to thank me for the discipline. Until then, let’s deal with what you’re up for now. Let’s accept the fact that you’re going to be spanked. Can you think of the reasons why?”

About the author


Libby Campbell lives on the West Coast with her husband of over twenty-five years. She reads a lot and loves books that feature strong, independent women engaged in hand-to-butt combat with funny, sexy men.
Her favorite pastimes are dancing, baking, and hiking with her husband.
Libby reads and writes for pure escapism. If you like her books, she hopes you will leave a review – it will help her write the next one.


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Twitter: @LibbyC26

Questions:


Are you working on a new book right now?

I’m working on the sequel to Simon Says. The happy ending at the end of book one was a lull before the storm. The whirlwind romance took Sadie’s breath away. Now she’s had time to think about things more, she wants to set a few rules of her own.

Who designed the cover?

Lawrence Craighill. She’s brilliant!

If we Googled your name what would we see?

A lot of other people named Libby Campbell. Look for the tag writer & mischief maker and you’ll find me.

If you could have been told one thing that you weren't told when you were a teenager, what would you like to have heard?

Three things that bundle together: respect yourself, be patient, and work hard.

What is the best thing you have done in your life?

Not give up.

Do you believe in love at first sight?

Yes. Unequivocally, absolutely, and totally.

Does Prince Charming exist?

Mine does. Prince Charming with a hairbrush!

Tell us about a unique or quirky habit of yours.

I loathe litter, absolutely hate the way so many people trash our shared environment. So whenever I go for a hike, I pack in garbage bags and pack out some of the rubbish that’s lying around. Sad to say, I never come home empty-handed, even from remote places.

I felt validated when I learned about David Sedaris doing the same thing in his neighbourhood.

 Thanks for dropping by,

Anita

1 comment:

  1. Thank you so much for hosting me today and for tweeting this. Many thanks also to the people who generously retweeted it.

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