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Thursday, 7 March 2013

SERVICED: Major's Minah by Raven McAllan

Following the release of Serviced on March 1st, I am running a daily spotlight for each of the stories featured in this hot new military-themed anthology from Breathless Press...

Major's Minah
by Raven McAllan

Oliver knew his duty, he needed a wife and heir. Minah knew what she wanted—him. Could his ideals and her dreams be the same? There was only one way to find out...


As the coach turned a corner, Felix glanced at his sister. He rapped on the roof once more and the vehicle stopped. 

“This is where I get out,” he said. “Oliver, you have until I return home. I will be absent until four.” 

Oliver was amused at Felix’s deliberate lack of description to his words. If he intended to confuse his sister, he might well have succeeded. If he wished to annoy her, judging by her heaving bosom, and sparkling eyes, he had succeeded. 

“And what, pray, does that mean?” she demanded. “What does he have?” 

“Whatever you both desire, my dear. However I say now, when I return, you will either be affianced or apart. No negotiation. I trust you both to decide wisely, and that Oliver will neither coerce or use force to achieve his desires.” He opened the door, and stepped out. As he left he turned. “And nor will you, Minah.” He shut the door and the coach once more lurched forward. 

“What?” she spluttered and turned to Oliver, outrage in every inch of her body. “What have you said?” 

“That I have offered to be your husband if I live up to your expectations.” He leaned forward and kissed her hand, enjoying the confused emotions that crossed her face. 

“Why? Why say that? Now he will have expectations we may not live up to.” 

Oliver leaned toward her and tugged her arm. Unprepared, she fell, rather satisfactorily across his lap as he hoped she would, her arse in the air. 

“Felix knows what I am like. I think I know what you would like. He and I would rather you decide sooner rather than later if our lifestyle is for you. He trusts me to give you the chance to find out.” Before she could reply, he lifted her skirts over her head. The beautiful pale globes with the dark recess between them were revealed in all their glory. Oliver ran his hand over each buttock, and chuckled at her muffled splutter of outrage or, he decided, supposed outrage. The quiver of her flesh, the sheen on her skin, and the liquid evident on her thighs gave lie to her indignation. 

Oliver gave in to temptation and spanked her arse several times in quick succession. From under the silks came a muffled squawk and she squirmed. His cock reacted with predictable alacrity and stood to attention. Her wriggling stopped. He spanked her again, admiring the rosy glow that was beginning to show. How he would like to continue until all five fingers showed up on that milk white skin. Oliver decided it would be too much, too soon. Instead, he ran his finger down the indentation that separated her arse cheeks. He forced himself not to tease her nether hole, but merely circled it, enjoying the way her breath hitched. He was inclined to think their ideas would mesh to perfection, given a chance. A brief glance outside the window showed he needed to right her and hope she would accompany him without comment. He flicked her skirts into place and lifted her to sit upright next to him.

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Serviced: Volume 1

ISBN: 978-1-77101-022-1
Heat Rating: 5
Word Count: 65386
Release Date: March 1, 2013

All's fair in love and war, they say. Come find out if it's true in these ten stories where soldiers prove that their skills in the field are only rivaled by their skills in the bedroom.

For One Night Only
by Allie A Burrow

Over A Dead Body
by Leona Bushman

Reds, Whites, and Blues
by Mickey J. Corrigan

Leave Taking
by Angelica Dawson

First Date: The Italian Colonel
by Jesabelle Jones

Major's Minah
by Ravan McAllan

Knock Out
by Natalia Petrovskii

A Chance At Love
by Shelli Rosewarne

Taking Command
by Zara Stoneley

Riding Out the Storm
by Natalia Petrovskii

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