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Rescuing Clara: Saving Clara, #1

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Length: 44 pages40 minutes

Summary

               When Clara’s fiancé, Sherman, hits her in front of his colleagues, she vows that it will be the last time. In a little town in Nevada in the 1920’s, she knows going to the police will do her no good. Sherman is just too rich and too powerful. Her only choice is to get as far away as possible.

               On the run, with no idea where she’s going, Clara is approached by a stranger offering her help. Sam is a Chicago police officer who explains that he is there investigating her former fiancé. When he explains just how dangerous Sherman Johnson and his men are, Clara accepts his help in getting away.

               When Sam gives Clara men’s clothes to wear as a disguise, she is completely appalled by the idea and refuses. Sparks fly between the two as Sam tries to keep her safe and Clara tries to keep her decency. After her first of many sneaky plots that puts them both in danger, Clara learns that Sam believes that a good old-fashioned spanking is the best way to address bad decisions.

               Unwilling to play by his rules, Clara devises a plan to break away from Sam when they reach the train station. When her plan fails, they both find themselves on the way to a small town in California. Upon reaching the town, Clara is even more distraught to learn that the next train doesn’t arrive for a week.

               With a week to spend hiding away, Clara realizes Sam will have plenty of time to discuss her decision to try and sneak away from him, and she has a feeling that discussion will involve his old-fashioned brand of discipline.

               The only question is; will they be able to stay hidden from Sherman and his men until the next train arrives?

This is the first book of the Saving Clara series. All three books will be available as a set after the final installment is released.

Approximately 12k words.

Note: This story contains domestic discipline including the spanking of adult women as punishment. If such material offends you, please do not buy this book.

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