Monday, February 24, 2014

Sue Lyndon gets Naughty! The Girl, The Doctor and the Texas Ranger

I am so excited to have the very naughty Sue Lyndon here on my blog today talking about her new menage spanking romance The Girl, The Doctor and the Texas Ranger.  All you need do is read the publisher's warning to know Sue delivers what she does best:  delicious erotic naughtiness.

Here it is: Publisher’s Note: The Girl, the Doctor, and the Texas Ranger is an erotic romance novel that includes spankings, anal play, exhibitionism, sexual scenes including threesomes, age play, medical play, and more.
I'm saying "Oh yeah!!"

Here's Sue to take it away...


Most of us have done questionable things in our past, things we might later come to regret, even if it later turns out those mistakes helped us grow. In my new release, The Girl, the Doctor, and the Texas Ranger, my heroine Emily, has been in trouble with the law a few times and has earned a reputation as a hooligan in her small Texas hometown. In the following scene, Emily is trying to thank Daniel, a doctor she just met, for helping her after she gets in a car accident, but one thought leads to another and she takes an unwelcome trip down memory lane.

 Once they reached the top of the steps, Emily squeezed Daniel’s hand, drawing his gaze to hers. “I can’t thank you enough for helping me. You don’t even know me.” He gave her a lopsided smile, and she fell hopelessly in love. Though she knew little about him, she wanted his approval and to remain in his good graces. To be his friend and possibly more. Except that was silly. He was at least fifteen years older than her and a doctor. Men like that didn’t end up with twenty-year-old delinquents who happened to be on the run from the cops. Sadness filled her as her wandering thoughts once again reminded her of why she was alone. She chided herself for her silly daydreaming. Her last boyfriend had broken up with her after his family pressured him, proclaiming that there was no future with a girl like her. A girl like her. She’d wanted to change and make herself better. To move past the stigmas that followed her. Growing up dirt poor, she was teased constantly as a child and had a hard time making friends. Her mother had been oblivious to it all and hadn’t paid her much attention. So Emily had found acceptance in the wrong crowd. The kind of crowd that spray painted the sides of buildings for fun. The kind of crowd that drank heavily and got up to all sorts of other mischief. When her boyfriend had broken up with her, they’d encouraged her to seek revenge by spray painting JOHN HAS A SMALL DICK on the hood of his brand new red convertible. That had been the last time she was arrested, slightly over a year ago. She swallowed the lump in her throat that always accompanied her bad memories and focused on the man holding her hand. “In here,” Daniel said, opening a door and flicking on a light. “We always keep a guest room ready just in case.” “Just in case a weird girl crashes outside your house in the middle of the night?” She surveyed the room, decorated much the same as the rest of the house, and eyed the bed appreciatively. A huge blue and green floral quilt covered the bed, and several matching decorative pillows were arranged just so. It looked like heaven. “Yes,” Daniel said, “in case a weird girl crashes outside my house.” He faced her and toyed with a strand of her hair. Her belly flip-flopped and her heart picked up. “Just kidding, Emily. You’re not a weird girl. You strike me as a nice little girl who just needs a little help and maybe some guidance in her life.” Her mouth went dry. “G-guidance?” “Rules. Boundaries. Consequences. And of course, plenty of love.” Emily didn’t know how to respond. She felt like a book Daniel had flipped open to read, word for word. She wanted all of those things—but most of all love. She’d given up trying and didn’t think any man would be able to see past her shameful history. Some days it seemed she had nothing but regrets.

The Girl, the Doctor, and the Texas Ranger blurb:

After witnessing a car crash outside his ranch house, Dr. Daniel Anderson rushes to help the girl behind the wheel. He carries her inside and tends to her wounds, all the while wondering what brought her out this far in the middle of the night. The young woman soon breaks down and confesses that her name is Emily and she's on the run from the police after fighting back against a vindictive cop who tried to take advantage of her. Daniel and his brother Trevor, a Texas Ranger, feel protective of Emily and offer to keep her safe and help clear her name. They agree to let her stay on the ranch, and in return she promises to help out with chores and obey their rules. The prospect of real consequences if she misbehaves is exciting to Emily, and when she shyly approaches Daniel with this confession, he decides to give her a taste of his discipline. He takes her over his knee and spanks her bare bottom, and the love she feels as he cradles her in his arms afterwards is unlike anything she's ever experienced. She quickly discovers that Trevor is almost as strict as his older brother, and just as loving. Though she is twenty-years old, Emily becomes their sweet little girl. Daniel and Trevor delight in buying her cute frilly dresses, taking care of all her needs, and disciplining her when she's been naughty. She thrives under their attentions and falls hopelessly in love with both brothers. It isn't long before they claim her, first each on his own and then both at once. Trevor is confident he'll have her name cleared in no time, but once he does, will Emily have to leave the men who've changed her life and stolen her heart, or can she stay their little girl forever?

Publisher’s Note: The Girl, the Doctor, and the Texas Ranger is an erotic romance novel that includes spankings, anal play, exhibitionism, sexual scenes including threesomes, age play, medical play, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

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  1. Ooh, this does sound intriguing and hot! Love the snippet. Thank you Renee and Sue.


  2. Thanks so much for having me today, Renee! :)

  3. I just finished the book last night.

    My verdict? HO. LY. SHIZ. NIT.

    Supernova hot;)

    1. Thanks, Trent! :) I'm so glad you like it!


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