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Guiding Hands

By: Jamie Phillips
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: ©2016 by Blushing Books® and Jamie Phillips
7 Chapter / 31,800 Words
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Margaret Corcoran on 01/27/2016 10:20am
I do not like golf, I find it a waste of a good walk. And I agree with Cam that sport should be about taking part not winning. That saying I was delighted that the men stepped up and took their naughty women in hand. All needed it. I am sorry I did not like this story!
Redrabbitt on 01/19/2016 08:07pm
This story revolves around four adults, married couple Uma and Cam and his friend Bill and her friend Laurie. Bill and Laurie are like oil and water, both have a major chip on their shoulder and let insults fly. As the four play in tournament golf games, the animosity is so thick you could cut it with a knife. When Laurie strikes Bill in the face, he in turns spanks her bottom, and it becomes a defining factor not only for them but for Cam and Uma. When Uma’s over-competitiveness has her snapping, Cam decides to follow Bill in giving her a spanking. The plot was interesting, the characters are snarky, especially the two women and their insults.
Char1972 on 01/15/2016 12:20pm
This book is two men and two women, playing golf as a foursome. The women are witches with a capital b. Bill takes control from the beginning, but it takes Cam a little longer to take his wife in hand, but he does. We see quite a bit of spanking.
Pico1 on 01/13/2016 12:07pm
A short story about 4 difficult people – Uma and Cam, and Laurie and Bill. In the course of some team golf and curling matches, they grate on each other with various comments, and spanking plays an important role in straightening things out and getting relationships on track. There is no sex, but a number of spankings – befitting the title, Guiding Hands.
Trish on 01/11/2016 09:31pm
I started this book wondering if I was going to like anyone of the characters in this book. Boy was I wrong! This is a story about 4 people who are so caught up in themselves and their view of every event they really don’t consider how their actions influence the others. I almost stood up and cheered when the men took the step forward to become HOH. Unlike most books it is not an easy journey and all the parties struggled but in the end it worked out wonderfully.
gail on 01/10/2016 09:11am
g.not my style of stories too much talkinh

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