Three short stories and a novella comprise the collection "Spanked Husbands, Satisfied Wives." All are illustrated by the Stantonian hand of Jay Em.
The Young Brides by Nigel McParr Imagine Barbara Stanwyck as Amanda Christiansen, a former enema-wielding nurse turned wicked household disciplinarian of her hapless sissy businessman husband. Amanda coaxes her younger sister Pam to sadistically seduce Pam's guileless boyfriend into marriage. On the night of the engagement, Amanda takes charge of her brother-in-law to be with a strop and syringe in each hand, in this post-war erotic tale. Dog's Day by Keri Pentauk Jimmy thinks he's got it made. He's got a remodeled Corvette, an expense account, and a lunchtime appointment at his local massage parlor. Everything is going smooth for Jimmy until an overdrawn credit card blows his cover, leading him into trouble with his strict and stately wife Nancy, his no-nonsense boss Lorraine, and Lorraine's new assistant, Beth: a graduate student with a kinky vendetta against guys who cheat on their wives.
Linda's Lessons by Paula Andante Linda Jordan's suburban marriage and country club lifestyle was getting stale. Then she found a curious box of magazines and video tapes in her husband Tom's closet. Is he a pervert? Not according to Linda's sister-in-law Judy. Judy knows just what to do with a submissive man like Tom; the same thing she does to her own husband, Tom's younger brother: spank him, subdue him, and sexually dominate him. Judy shows Linda the ropes in this epic novella.
The Princess by Susan Flannery When Tommy married Suzanne, the gruff fifty year-old divorcee thought he was getting a trophy wife; a pretty accessory to come home to between his affairs. Then Tommy's twenty five year-old Italian-American princess turned the tables on him. With the flick of one of Suzanne's cigarettes, Tommy found himself tied spread eagle to his own bed, naked, with his powerful young wife gripping his hips from behind. Now who's the real princess in this house?
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