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Chances of Discipline : Book Three

By: Tabitha Marks
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: © 2017 Blushing Books® and Tabitha Marks
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Two months ago Kevin had his heart broken in a very public and embarrassing break up. After that experience he swore he'd always be in control in his future relationships – if he ever had another one. Two chance meetings with Angie make him want to try again, but this time according to his rules.

Angie is trying to focus on getting her life under control and stop her partying ways. Then she runs into Kevin, twice, and they start getting to know each other over regular, friendly dinners. When he doesn't make a move, she wonders if she's read the signals wrong, but Kevin soon clears up her confusion and lets her know exactly what he wants from her.

Can this free-spirited party girl accept a man who needs to be in charge, and wants to punish her if she misbehaves? Will their chance encounters prove to be the start of something wonderful, or will it all end in heartbreak?

Previously published & re-released for 2017

*** Currently available exclusively at Amazon ***

Chapter 1

Strobe lights pulsed out a harsh staccato, giving the sea of partiers a patina of disjointed menace while the bass pounded out a grinding industrial beat that encouraged the dancers to throw their bodies into one another with a feverish, desperate abandon normally reserved for sexual encounters.

But that’s what this all was anyway, wasn’t it? Public foreplay that made the participants feel deviant and reckless and sexy, for a moment at least. Then they went and screwed in the backseat of some sedan in a barely eight-minute quickie that neither really remembered in the morning. Except for the lucky few who picked up an extra present, one that required a trip to the clinic. They certainly had a memory from their drunken club fuck, whether they wanted it or not.

Kevin realized he was being a cynical dick at the same time his buddy nailed him on the arm. “Man, wipe that scowl off your face before you scare the ladies away.”

“Are you kidding me? The chicks in here think mean and scary is hot.”

“Yeah, well looking at you is ruining my buzz, so fucking stop,” Chris grumbled.

The group approached the bar, five men who worked for a living and rode their bikes on the weekend, scattering emo Goth boys in their wake. They were dressed mostly in black, like the rest of the crowd, some wore leather and some even sported a few chains or studs here and there. Well, except for Derek. He leaned more towards businessman out on the town and didn’t have a bike, but even he still didn’t look like a pansy ass. Bottom line, not one of the five could be described as mournful, soulful, or any other sappy word that ended in -ful. They were men and looked like it, which meant the hair in the eyes, oh-so-angry, depressed, bored youngsters moved out of the way as soon as they realized Kevin and his friends did not give one flying fuck about the pleather wearer’s fragile, fragile emotions. Or their hair.

“Beer,” Kevin grunted at the waif like bartender whose skin was so pale he swore he could see through it right to his, no her, bones. A draft in a plastic cup hit the bar in front of him and sloshed over his hand before he could stop himself from staring at her scrawny arms and grimacing. He looked up to find her shooting daggers at him with a hand out for cash.

“Two bucks, asshole.”

He didn’t even bother to argue with her assessment of his personality. His friends had dragged him out of the house, using threats of kidnapping to force him into the car. Then they insisted they come to this shitty industrial bar in an old warehouse that looked like it was going to fall down around their ears, but that he knew had been rebuilt not that long ago and staged to look like a post-apocalyptic nightmare. He would have been perfectly content to sit on the couch with a six-pack, just like he’d done every other Friday night for the last two and a half months, reflecting on his life. More like wallowing in a nasty vat of embarrassment and self-pity according to everyone else. But what did they expect when he’d spent a year and a half with a woman and discovered he’d misjudged her so badly she refused his engagement proposal on New Year’s Eve by telling him she’d been waiting for the right time to break up with him since Halloween.

Ever since he told her she couldn’t wear the sexy nurse costume that barely covered her ass and let her nipples peek over the top. First, he suggested she put on some tights and a tank top underneath, but she wouldn’t do it. Said it ruined the whole point of the costume. Apparently, the whole point was to put her entire body on display like a dime store hooker. He was all for his woman looking sexy, but there was a line between sexy and practically naked that Krista didn’t seem to grasp. She also couldn’t understand why Kevin would care, or why he thought he could tell her what to wear. They’d had a window-breaking screaming match, though she’d done the bulk of the screaming, that had the neighbors threatening to call the police if she didn’t stop shrieking curse words loud enough for their two children to hear inside the house. He’d adamantly refused to take her anywhere looking like that, until she finally relented. Not that she had much choice: not when one of his friends from work hosted the party they were attending, and she had nowhere else to go and no ride to get there since he’d picked her up.

Things quieted down after that debacle and Kevin thought all was well. They’d even discussed the fight and he’d calmly explained that he loved her and only wanted to make sure she looked appropriate and didn’t make a fool of herself. Which she would have done if she’d shown up in that tramp outfit the way she originally intended. None of the other woman there were dressed like that. Some leaned towards the racy end of the spectrum, but it was as if Krista had intentionally bought the costume a size too small for the sole purpose of letting all her lady bits hang out.

When she had agreed with his explanation without an argument, he should have known something was up. The woman liked to argue, about anything and everything, which Kevin initially thought showed she could think for herself and had spirit, but towards the end suspected was just a contrary personality and a need to always be right. Somehow, he convinced himself that it would all work out, that she accepted that he was in charge of certain things and only wanted to protect her. He told himself this even when she begged off attending Thanksgiving with his family to go to her grandparent’s house in Maine. Even when she gave him a box of socks and underwear and a gift card to a liquor store for Christmas. Even when he’d bought them a cruise vacation to go on in the spring. Hell, he liked booze. She knew he liked booze, so it was all good, he rationalized. Though the little voice in the back of his skull questioned why she spent less than a hundred bucks on him when he’d spent thousands. But hey, it wasn’t about the money, right?

No, the signs were all there. Canceling dates to go out with her friends for a girls’ night, showing up at his house for a quick fuck then leaving without staying over, saying he needed to get his sleep for work. Even after the Christmas gift disparity, which she didn’t seem to notice or try to make excuses for—another big freaking clue—he pressed on with his to plan to propose. He’d purchased the ring. He’d told his family, and they’d supported him even though they weren’t too happy with the plan, not that he noticed that at the time either.

Then the disaster night happened, the worst New Year’s Eve ever. He took her to dinner at a new restaurant she’d been dying to try, schemed with the waiter to have him bring champagne with dessert. Even had some friends and family come in to wait at the bar so they could celebrate together after he popped the question. He got down on one knee next to her chair with the velvet covered box in his hand, and just when he opened his mouth to say the words that would hopefully result in the best moment of his life he heard her say, “Oh no.”

And not in a good way.

It was more of an oh-shit-what-the-hell-is-this-guy-doing way.

He looked up to find her watching him with a pitying smirk on her face, as if she knew a secret that would rock his world. And she did.

“Kevin, sit down,” she said. “We need to talk.”

He’d been so stunned and confused he obeyed without comment.

“I’ve been trying to figure out how to tell you,” she continued, every word driving into his brain like an iron spike. “Or hoping you would get the hint and back off.” How she managed to make it sound accusing still boggled his mind. “But this just isn’t going to work between us. You’re way too controlling and bossy.”

The ridiculousness of her statement kick-started his ability to speak. “How could you possibly say that? I barely see you twice a week.” He controlled the urge to get up and start ranting, only because the entire dining room was watching them and he could see Derek’s worried face behind Krista. His friends and family were all there, witnessing the entire scene, though luckily far enough away that they couldn’t hear. Not that they needed to since it was obvious it wasn’t going according to plan.

“Which is why I thought you’d wise up to the fact I wanted to break things off,” she hissed, glancing at their audience.

“Why didn’t you just tell me you wanted to break up? How long have you felt this way?” He wanted this to be over quickly, right this second in fact, but he had to know the truth now. There was no way in hell he’d be calling her up later to have a chat about what went wrong. Not after this humiliation.

“I’ve been trying to give you signs ever since you freaked out on Halloween. I barely ever have sex with you. I blew off our dates. For fuck’s sake, I even bought you socks for Christmas!” Her voice rose as she listed the signs he’d ignored, until even the group at the bar heard. He knew it because he saw his father flinch. “How stupid could you be to not see it?”

Kevin wanted to toss the table and the two-hundred-dollar bottle of champagne across the room, but every eye in the place was glued to their drama, taking in the real live soap opera unfolding in front of them. Which it pretty much was, right down to the jilted lover and beautiful bitch.

Well, that’s all they were getting tonight. He wasn’t about to get himself hauled off to jail for busting the place up over this cunt. And that’s what she was. He didn’t use the word often, but the shoe definitely fit in this case.

“Obviously I’m stupid enough to think you loved me and wanted to marry me. Thanks for showing me just what a bitch you are before you took the ring.” He stood up, shoving the chair back with his thighs, grabbed the box and the bottle off the table and walked over to the bar where every single person he cared about stood, watching his progress across the room but refusing to meet his eyes.

Never one to walk away with grace, Krista let a parting shot rip from behind him. “Oh look, you’ve got all your friends and family here to see just what an ass you are. You thought I loved you when I’ve been trying to figure out how to leave you for months. How pathetic.”

A few of the patrons let out gasps, and one even exclaimed “what a bitch," loudly, but Kevin didn’t turn around. Just kept his face forward and stayed focused on his goal—an open seat next to Derek. The man saw Kevin’s trajectory and turned the stool so he could plant his ass in it without having to worry about fighting his instinct to break the thing in two. It was some fancy ass piece of metal and wood that probably cost more than his living room set at home.

“You all right, bro?” Derek asked cautiously, making sure Kevin wasn’t about to lose his shit.

“I’m not talking about it tonight,” Kevin replied, leaving absolutely no room for argument. “Right now, I’m drinking. Will you drive me home later?”

“Absolutely.”

And that was exactly what he did. People mingled around him but no one pressed him for more details, no one else asked if he was okay. His brother gave him a pat on the back before he left, that Kevin knew meant Keith would be there if Kevin needed him, but other than that Kevin drank. And made the decision that he would never be in a relationship where a woman pulled a fast one on him again. He would always know how she felt and where they stood, and he’d make sure she understood that bossy and controlling was just part of the package. Later that night Derek poured him onto the couch and when he woke up the next morning, he refused to discuss the situation with anyone. And he still hadn’t.

This was probably why he found himself standing in a bar after being threatened with bodily harm for not leaving the house, except to go to work, for the last two months. His friends were sick of his refusal to do anything remotely social, but damn it, he wasn’t fit company yet. They been there five minutes and he’d already been an asshole to the bartender and had Chris bitch about his attitude.

He leaned in to yell over the music. The song had changed and the strobes had switched over to a sweeping wash of color thankfully, but it was still too loud to hear shit. “Take me home man. I’m too much of grumpy bastard to be out.”

Chris looked at him and mouthed one word, “No," before turning his gaze back to the dance floor.

“Fuck!” Kevin knew his friends were entrenched. They weren’t letting him go home to drown his sorrows solo tonight. “Why are we here then?” This wasn’t their normal type of hangout. They preferred places with a pool table and darts, where you could actually have a fucking conversation.

“There’s some chick Ryan wants to hook up with that said she’d be here.”

Of course there was. Ryan was the biggest man-whore of the bunch, and even though they’d claimed it was a guys’ night Ryan always had an ulterior motive. Mainly getting laid.

Derek moved up next to Kevin, scanning the room now that he could actually look around without getting a headache. They stood in comfortable silence for a while. Not that it was silent, they just didn’t talk, and Kevin let the music seep into him. It actually wasn’t half-bad and he started to relax and enjoy himself.

They ordered another beer and stood at the bar, watching the scene around them. The place was huge, with the dance floor sunk in the center of the room and the bar surrounding it one level up, making it look like a roiling pit of human bodies when the DJ really got going.

During a lull in the music, when the noise dropped from ear drum shattering to just loud and the bass stopped feeling like a giant defibrillator going off under his feet, Kevin heard Derek say, “Oh shit, my girl’s sister is here.”

That made his ears perk up. Kevin remembered her from a party at their friend’s house, shortly before the beginning of the end for him and Krista. He hadn’t been on the market, but that night it was impossible not to notice Angie. It had been a scene on par with his fucked up proposal. She’d walked in with her sister, cool as can be but with a sly look on her face, like she knew the shitstorm she was about to create. Connie had gone through the roof as soon as she spotted Angie, screeching and carrying on about what a whore Angie was and trying to go after the woman to get her out of the house.

Seems Angie had a bit of reputation for going after other women’s men, and she did it often at the bar where they all hung out. Kevin didn’t remember her, but he never brought Krista to that particular place. She actually refused to go because it was a ‘dive’, another sign she wasn’t the woman for him. So, Angie had never paid him any attention, and he wasn’t looking for any.

That night, at Connie and Nate’s, she’d been impossible to miss. In full on bitch mode even though her sister clearly had no fucking clue what was happening. Only showing a glimpse of sensitivity when Gina asked if she’d slept with Derek. Then he could see that there was a person under that hard, fuck-you-and-the-horse-you-road-in-on shell she projected to the world. Kevin was intrigued and thought the man to tame her would be a lucky son of a bitch. If you could turn all that emotion into love and passion, and devotion, then she would be a woman to keep.

“Where is she?” he asked, hoping to hide the interest he felt. The first thing he’d been interested in for two long months.

“Out on the dance floor, sandwiched between those two losers,” Derek said, pointing to the middle of the pit.

Kevin followed Derek’s finger and found her, between two wanna-be rock stars clearly trying to get in her pants, at the same time. He squashed the urge to rush out onto the floor and beat their asses into a pulp since she clearly seemed to be enjoying their attention. The guys surrounded her and all he could see were her hands, thrown over her head as she let loose, shaking her body like she wanted to escape her own skin.

Until one of them put a hand on her hip, yanking her towards him. She reacted like a startled cat. Her arms flew down to latch onto his. To pull him closer? Nope. She didn’t like the contact at all.

Kevin watched as she tried to get the man’s hand off her, but instead he reached around and took advantage of the fact her hands were busy trying to dislodge his to pull her closer.

“What the fuck?” Derek said, starting towards the dance floor.

Kevin had no clue what came over him but he found himself stopping his friend and saying, “I’ll go deal with it.”

Derek looked back, surprised, “Are you sure? I know you don’t know her very well but she’s calmed down a lot in the last few months. I’m actually really surprised to see her here.”

“That doesn’t matter,” though Kevin was happy to hear it. “She doesn’t want that guy touching her and I’ll go make sure he doesn’t.”

Derek gave him a look that went from surprised to knowing, but Kevin ignored it. “Okay man, but hurry up. His friend’s getting in on the act.”

Kevin looked up and found that the other guy had shoved himself up against her from behind, and though you might think they were all just dancing, he could see Angie’s face between the two of them. And she didn’t look happy.

“I got it,” he shot back and headed to the stairs leading down to the pit. Maybe saving a damsel in distress, while roughing up these two douchebags, was just what he needed to make a decent night even better. He reached the stairs leading down onto the dance floor easily enough, but then had to shove his way through the throng, throwing a well-placed elbow here and there, to open a path. Angie and her gropers were in the middle of the floor, deep in the thick mass of people. He caught glimpses of her trying to push the guys away but they were double teaming her, and trying to lead her to towards the stairs on the opposite side of the floor.

Kevin pushed a little harder, getting some nasty looks in return, but he didn’t care. Those guys were not getting Angie out of the crowd. He knew shit would get ugly quick for her if they did. He didn’t even want to think about what could happen. Sure, they were skinny little weasels, but they were taller than she was and two of them could definitely overpower her.

Finally, he reached the threesome. Angie’s hands were both in front of her, restrained by idiot one, while idiot two had reached around from behind her and was grinding his dick into her ass while pushing her closer to the stairs. One look at her panic-stricken face told him all he needed to know about the situation and made Kevin’s blood boil. She was frantically searching the area around her, trying to find someone to help. Her eyes skimmed over his face then quickly returned, recognition dawning. He couldn’t believe she remembered him, but the fact she did gave him a twinge of pleasure. And it would work to their advantage.

“Kevin!” she cried loud enough to make the idiots look up, and when they saw him approaching their pasty complexions paled even further. Idiot two immediately backed up away from Angie, but idiot one didn’t seem to want to let go of his prize. Even though it looked like the working half of his brain told him to run, he didn’t drop her hands.

“Let go of her,” Kevin growled an inch from idiot one’s face. “Now.”

Still the jerk off persisted. “No man, she’s with us.”

“No, I’m not!” Angie shrieked, trying to wrest her arms free from his grip.

“She’s not with you,” Kevin replied, still up in the guy’s face. He felt movement at his back and knew his friends had followed him out here to help. Probably worried he’d start a brawl given his mood tonight, and they were right. If this asshole didn’t let go of Angie in two-point-one seconds there absolutely would be someone going home in pain tonight. “She’s with me.”

He knew the minute jerk off realized he and his friend were not only outnumbered, but also outclassed. Fear etched his face and he dropped Angie’s wrists like he was holding a hot potato. Kevin went to grab her elbow and pull her in close, but he didn’t need to. The second she was free, she dove into his chest, wrapped her arms around his waist and held on tight. He closed her into an embrace so naturally it felt like he’d held her a million times before.

Her rushing to him for comfort, and protection, gave Kevin several more twinges. Enough, that he was able to fight back the desire to pound the jerk now shaking in front of him into the ground. Enough that he turned around without another word and started back the way he came, Angie still attached to his chest. Derek and Chris were there, glowering at the idiots with murder in their eyes, but Kevin walked past them, intent on getting Angie out of this hellhole immediately.

A small crowd had formed around them, but they parted for Kevin and Angie and the trek back out went much faster, and without any pushing or shoving. They reached the bar and Kevin went to order them beers, but Angie surprised him by stopping him mid-sentence.

“I’ll have a water please.”

“That’s probably a good idea after that situation. More alcohol would be bad.” It would probably make her depressed or angry, but either way he could see her freaking out if she ended up shitfaced.

“I actually haven’t had anything to drink tonight,” she whispered, surprising him, both with her words and her tone.

He looked down at where she stood still under his arm, though she’d released his torso from the vice like grip she had on him. She appeared shaken by what happened, more so than Kevin would have thought with her party girl reputation. Not that she in any way deserved it, but he’d assumed it wasn’t the first time some guy had gotten handsy with her.

“Are you okay?” he asked worry creeping over him. Had she been traumatized before and this brought up bad memories? He’d kill anyone who hurt her. Whoa, where had that come from?

Before she could answer, and he could dissect his weird reaction, a short blond ran up and threw her arms around Angie. “Oh my god, I’m so sorry I left you out there. I saw Ryan over at the bar and I thought you’d be fine. “

“It’s okay Elise, it wasn’t your fault,” Angie consoled her friend.

“But it’s your first night out in forever and I can’t believe this happened!” Elise seemed more distraught than Angie did, and Kevin wondered just what kind of piece of work Ryan had found now. Speaking of, the man in question appeared behind Elise with two drinks in his hand, at least having the decency to look concerned.

“Is she all right?” Ryan asked Kevin.

“I don’t know. She looked shaken up at first, but I think she’s coming around now that Elise is here,” Kevin said looking at the pair of women closely. Angie seemed to have stopped shaking and was sipping the water he’d gotten her. She looked fantastic tonight, even after the drama. Long dark hair hung past her shoulders in a silken sheet. Knee-high lace-up black leather boots, a denim skirt, and black leather halter top left her showing plenty of skin, but not in an obscene way. Her body was petite but curvy, with ample breasts that weren’t too big or too small, and a rocking ass. Bottom line, Angie was hot.

“Let’s go home Angie. I’ve had enough for tonight,” he heard Elise say while he was shaking off the effects of perusing Angie.

“No, you can stay and hang out with Ryan, I’ll get a cab.”

“No. We’re leaving. We came here to dance, we danced, let’s go.” Kevin watched Angie to see if she was going to be stubborn, but apparently, the determined look on Elise’s face deterred her from that course of action. She nodded and turned to him.

“Thanks so much for your help. I don’t know what I would have done if—”

He cut her off before she finished that thought, “Don’t even think about that. It’s over. I’m happy to help out a beautiful woman.” What was with him tonight? He’d gone from miserable asshole to dropping compliments and being charming in fifteen minutes. “You go home and rest.”

She searched his face, looking for what he didn’t know, but then she smiled and nodded, giving him one final giant twinge. In his upper chest region. Where he thought he’d never feel a twinge again.

“Good night, Kevin.”

“Good night, Angie,” he replied, then watched Elise drag her to the door and out into the night, trying to keep his face blank so his friends wouldn’t know just how much Angie had improved his mood.

CJO on 10/15/2017 09:50pm
This book was the third in a series, and it was about Angela and Kevin. Angela was introduced in the previous book, and was very wild. Connie from the first book hated her. Kevin began to get to know Angela and saw that the real Angie was a good person. It was interesting to see her real personality. I thought she was quick to throw it all away when he made a mistake, but I'm glad they worked it out. I hope there will be more in this series. I voluntarily read an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
DB on 10/11/2017 03:41pm
Kevin sees Angie at a bar when some guys are dancing with her and trying to move her to a back room. He recuses her and sees her next at the hospital. Angie is a nurse and works in labor and delivery where Kevin's brother, Keith, (and his now absent girlfriend) have just had a baby 4 weeks pre-mature. Kevin and Angie start dating and the story takes off from there. This was a great short romance in this series and had; laughter, spankings, sex, second chances and trust issues. 5 Big Stars
Pettigg on 10/11/2017 06:20am
This is a good series Angie or Angela has shown up in the two previous books and not in a good light. She has finally decided to turn her life around and is trying very hard to be a better person. Enter Keith who is coming off a very bad break up. He sees the relationships that his friends have but he's not to sure how to get there. He makes a couple little missteps and one huge one. Can they each get over their hangup and make it work?
Pico1 on 10/03/2017 10:12pm


A fast paced interesting story of a love affair that develops between two people who have had unfortunate dating relationships %u2013 Kevin and Angie. When they meet and start a relationship, his desire to be in control of her health and welfare, and her willingness to accept that, leads to the development of a warm and enjoyable relationship between them, with a few hiccups on the way. Both characters are likable and warm, and the story, although short, felt complete.
JigsawGirl on 10/03/2017 10:07pm
I'm not sure about this one. Kevin and Angie seemed to be good together. I just can't get over the fact that Kevin was a major ass, embarrassed her in front of her friends and co-workers, and thought an apology would be sufficient. Also, the whole Daddy, Baby Girl thing reminds me of age play, and that holds no interest whatsoever.

This is the first book that I read, but I understand there are two before this one. I recommend you read this and form your own opinion, especially if the whole "Daddy" thing doesn't bother you.

I voluntarily read and reviewed this Advanced Reader Copy.
Toni English on 10/03/2017 05:49pm
Before I started this book I didn't really know if I was that interested, but I'm glad that I did because this ended up being so much better than I anticipated. It is Book 3 & I haven't read either of the previous books (wishing I had though) & while I didn't have any problems following the story, I feel that the background of the characters would have been more complete had I done so. I loved these characters. That this is a new style of relationship for both of them & I absolutely loved the drama that left me with tears in my eyes near the end. My only complaint? It wrapped up very quickly. Instead of it being the end of a chapter it was the end of the book. Left me with a little disappointment.
lillie1922 on 10/03/2017 01:01pm
I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book. If you have read the first 2 books in this series, you know Angie has a bad reputation. She is loud and very wild. In this book, you see a different side of Angie. She's trying to calm down, be a better person, and be more mature. When Kevin sees Angie in the bar, even though he had a terrible break up already, he instinctively wants to take care of her. Before long, he sees the new Angie and they're in a relationship, but her daddy Kevin believes in spanking. Angie seems to thrive under his discipline even though it scares her. Spanking romance. Another great read in the series.
Denise on 06/18/2014 06:06pm
This is my favorite book in the series. It is the most realistic. You could see these characters in your day to day life. I am glad it did not go the age play way. The one punishment in the basement bothered me, only because they were overheard; he could have had her apologize and punished after they left. The best part of this book was when he screwed up because it made him human and not some perfect alpha male, which there is none. I loved her character, finally a brat who redeems herself without some male influence, something she did to better herself. Well done!
Denise on 06/18/2014 06:06pm
This is my favorite book in the series. It is the most realistic. You could see these characters in your day to day life. I am glad it did not go the age play way. The one punishment in the basement bothered me, only because they were overheard; he could have had her apologize and punished after they left. The best part of this book was when he screwed up because it made him human and not some perfect alpha male, which there is none. I loved her character, finally a brat who redeems herself without some male influence, something she did to better herself. Well done!
Arleen on 03/28/2014 10:01am
If you're looking for a good DD romance this is a book you would want to read. It gives an idea of what it would be like to start a DD relationship and how it would work,. Both characters are looking to find themselves. Kevin just came from a bad relationship and wants one he will be able to control and make work. Angie has become a party girl and needs to get her life back on track. This is an enjoyable read.
Arleen on 03/28/2014 10:01am
If you're looking for a good DD romance this is a book you would want to read. It gives an idea of what it would be like to start a DD relationship and how it would work,. Both characters are looking to find themselves. Kevin just came from a bad relationship and wants one he will be able to control and make work. Angie has become a party girl and needs to get her life back on track. This is an enjoyable read.
JK on 03/15/2014 03:01pm
"""This was a very good DD story. Our two main characters were likeable, strong and good intentioned. Keith had just been through a humiliating break-up, and Angie was changing her partying ways. They hook up together, with both of them working their way (sometimes not very easily!) through the ins and outs of a DD relationship. The only thing I didn't care for was that they called each other Daddy and Little girl, but the story was a very good read! """
JK on 03/15/2014 03:01pm
"""This was a very good DD story. Our two main characters were likeable, strong and good intentioned. Keith had just been through a humiliating break-up, and Angie was changing her partying ways. They hook up together, with both of them working their way (sometimes not very easily!) through the ins and outs of a DD relationship. The only thing I didn't care for was that they called each other Daddy and Little girl, but the story was a very good read! """
Marybeth on 03/05/2014 09:03pm
This story starts out with Kevin in a bar with friends two months after being cruelly dumped by his ex when he proposes on New Year’s Eve. He really doesn’t want to be there, but then he sees Angie on the dance floor being accosted by two men. He walks thru the crowd to rescue her. Fast forward and we see Angie as a labor and delivery nurse at a hospital. She is taking care of the mother of Kevin’s brother’s child. She and Kevin run into each other (literally) and talk. They start meeting to have dinner and talk, but that’s all they do for four weeks. So, Angie believes that Kevin is only interested in being a friend. She is so wrong. She and Kevin start having a relationship and he lets her know right from the beginning that he is going to be the HOH and punish her when she does wrong. He calls her ‘babygirl’ and she responds with ‘Yes, Daddy”. Now, that is it. There is no ageplay in this story. We continue to follow their relationship as it evolves over time. I really liked this story. It shows how a Dd relationship comes about. I also liked that this author does not portray the dominant partner as being perfect. There is one scene where Kevin loses the trust of Angie. He behaves badly and Angie decides to walk away. There is a happy ending, but I don’t want to spoil the story. Definitely go ahead and buy this trilogy!
Marybeth on 03/05/2014 09:03pm
This story starts out with Kevin in a bar with friends two months after being cruelly dumped by his ex when he proposes on New Year۪s Eve. He really doesn۪t want to be there, but then he sees Angie on the dance floor being accosted by two men. He walks thru the crowd to rescue her. Fast forward and we see Angie as a labor and delivery nurse at a hospital. She is taking care of the mother of Kevin۪s brother۪s child. She and Kevin run into each other (literally) and talk. They start meeting to have dinner and talk, but that۪s all they do for four weeks. So, Angie believes that Kevin is only interested in being a friend. She is so wrong. She and Kevin start having a relationship and he lets her know right from the beginning that he is going to be the HOH and punish her when she does wrong. He calls her babygirl۪ and she responds with Yes, Daddy۝. Now, that is it. There is no ageplay in this story. We continue to follow their relationship as it evolves over time. I really liked this story. It shows how a Dd relationship comes about. I also liked that this author does not portray the dominant partner as being perfect. There is one scene where Kevin loses the trust of Angie. He behaves badly and Angie decides to walk away. There is a happy ending, but I don۪t want to spoil the story. Definitely go ahead and buy this trilogy!
Redrabbitt on 03/03/2014 05:46pm
"""CHANCE ENCOUNTER by Tabitha Marks Kevin comes out of a bad relationship with Krista. He knows Angie through friends and sees her at a club on the dance floor and rescues her from two overzealous men. They met up again with her at a bachorlette party where she is dressed sexy and has been drinking heavily. They start a relationship that includes domestic discipline, where Kevin is daddy and Angie is babygirl. The relationship is going good until a wedding of a co-worker of Angie's, where of all people, Krista, is at the wedding and confronts Angie. Their relationship ends that night after a heated argument, but neither one is happy. Family arrange to having them meet and they work on renewing their relationship, slowly easing back to the DD relationship. They love each other and have to learn give and take and mostly trust. I think that was a beautiful and realistic view of a domestic discipline relationship. *I received an ARC of this book for an honest review*"""
Redrabbitt on 03/03/2014 05:46pm
"""CHANCE ENCOUNTER by Tabitha Marks Kevin comes out of a bad relationship with Krista. He knows Angie through friends and sees her at a club on the dance floor and rescues her from two overzealous men. They met up again with her at a bachorlette party where she is dressed sexy and has been drinking heavily. They start a relationship that includes domestic discipline, where Kevin is daddy and Angie is babygirl. The relationship is going good until a wedding of a co-worker of Angie's, where of all people, Krista, is at the wedding and confronts Angie. Their relationship ends that night after a heated argument, but neither one is happy. Family arrange to having them meet and they work on renewing their relationship, slowly easing back to the DD relationship. They love each other and have to learn give and take and mostly trust. I think that was a beautiful and realistic view of a domestic discipline relationship. *I received an ARC of this book for an honest review*"""
piff on 03/03/2014 06:52am
All three books in the story were a fun read. Some nice scenes with the sexy tension and buildup to nicely hot spankings and romantic developments. My only disappoint was with the brevity of these stories and in particular, the rather abrupt endings. Perhaps it's Ms. Marks' style to leave the rest up to the readers' imagination...but I would have enjoyed more...a lot more. The editing was poor in spots, but not bad enough to ruin things. I too, hope to hear more from this author.
piff on 03/03/2014 06:52am
All three books in the story were a fun read. Some nice scenes with the sexy tension and buildup to nicely hot spankings and romantic developments. My only disappoint was with the brevity of these stories and in particular, the rather abrupt endings. Perhaps it's Ms. Marks' style to leave the rest up to the readers' imagination...but I would have enjoyed more...a lot more. The editing was poor in spots, but not bad enough to ruin things. I too, hope to hear more from this author.
KArc on 03/02/2014 09:15pm
I enjoyed this third book in the Chances of Discipline series. Angie has had a few wild years and has a reputation as the party girl. Kevin had his heart broken when he proposed to his last girlfriend and she not only told him “No” but laughed at him for being stupid enough to ask when she was trying to break up with him. Their relationship starts off so slowly that Angie convinces herself that he's not romantically interested in her and decides to hit the town. Kevin decides to go for broke when he finds Angie in the bar and tells her “I want it all, every last inch of you.” He takes her home and before the hot sex scene calls her “babygirl” and tells her he expects her to be a good girl from now on. She surprises and pleases him by answering “Yes, Daddy”. That is as close as they get to age-play. I liked the progression of their relationship. It was real and believable. I liked that Kevin made mistakes and equally liked that Angie had the strength to walk away until she could trust him again. I did not like that Angie continued to call him Daddy during the sex scenes. That was just a little weird for me.
KArc on 03/02/2014 09:15pm
I enjoyed this third book in the Chances of Discipline series. Angie has had a few wild years and has a reputation as the party girl. Kevin had his heart broken when he proposed to his last girlfriend and she not only told him No۝ but laughed at him for being stupid enough to ask when she was trying to break up with him. Their relationship starts off so slowly that Angie convinces herself that he's not romantically interested in her and decides to hit the town. Kevin decides to go for broke when he finds Angie in the bar and tells her I want it all, every last inch of you.۝ He takes her home and before the hot sex scene calls her babygirl۝ and tells her he expects her to be a good girl from now on. She surprises and pleases him by answering Yes, Daddy۝. That is as close as they get to age-play. I liked the progression of their relationship. It was real and believable. I liked that Kevin made mistakes and equally liked that Angie had the strength to walk away until she could trust him again. I did not like that Angie continued to call him Daddy during the sex scenes. That was just a little weird for me.
SH on 02/27/2014 01:43pm
I really enjoyed this story. I liked both Angie and Keith because their characters ring with some realistic truth to them. I could envision every scenario happening IRL and that made this an enjoyable read for me. I have read all three books in the series and if you haven't read them you really should. I hope there will be another in the series soon.
SH on 02/27/2014 01:43pm
I really enjoyed this story. I liked both Angie and Keith because their characters ring with some realistic truth to them. I could envision every scenario happening IRL and that made this an enjoyable read for me. I have read all three books in the series and if you haven't read them you really should. I hope there will be another in the series soon.
Rhonda on 02/14/2014 09:47pm
This is the third book in the Chance series, hopefully not the last. I liked the fact thst Angie was already making positive changes in her life when Keith came along. He continued to help her grow but when he messed up I was happy that Angie had enough self esteem to back off from the relationship until she could believe it wouldn'tt happen again. It would be best to read the stories in order.
Rhonda on 02/14/2014 09:47pm
This is the third book in the Chance series, hopefully not the last. I liked the fact thst Angie was already making positive changes in her life when Keith came along. He continued to help her grow but when he messed up I was happy that Angie had enough self esteem to back off from the relationship until she could believe it wouldn'tt happen again. It would be best to read the stories in order.
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