Bio: Hi, I'm Maren. I'm 30, married to a wonderful, dominant man, and have five four-legged children: two dogs and three cats. I have been interested in spanking since I was seven, but I didn't actually start writing until I was fifteen and got asked that famous question: what do you want to be when you grow up? I said an author, because they got to stay home all day, eat chocolates, and never had to do any actual work. Except for the occasional school essay, I'd never tried writing before, but I was a prolific reader and felt that I could do an adequate job. So I sat down, cracked my knuckles and hammered out my very first story, which I then promptly hid under my mattress because it had--gasp! oh horror of horrors!--spanking in it. Lots of spanking. But it was a serious turn-on, so I thought I was strange. I love strong, authoritative men--men who are both ready and willing to leave the lady of their choosing red-bottomed and weeping and for her own good. Writing has given me the wonderful freedom to explore my spanking side without feeling 'weird.' Even better, with the invention of the Internet, I can write what I love and know it will be appreciated by people with the same interests. I might still be strange, but at least I'm in good company. I enjoy hearing from my readers, so feel free to contact me. Huggs, Maren

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My Lady Robin Hood
Penelope's heart is torn. Her aunt's charitble work among London's poor has driven her to help. But as the Season begins, just knowing where her hat ribbons and lace embroidery come from--and the plights of those who make such fripperies to survive--is heartrending. At first, stealing from the rich seems like the perfect way to help. She's not taking much. Just little pieces that she knows won't be missed, from those who can afford it the most. Yes, her heart's in the right place; too bad her me... more info>>
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The Miner's Wife
Mudhole Mill was a ramshackle mining town situated in the middle of absolutely nowhere. So when Cody headed in to get supplies, the last thing he expected to buy was a wife. And yet, when he saw that passing missionary auctioning off his daughter for enough money to keep on traveling, Cody couldn't help but join the bidding. Who'd have thought he'd win a bride? What's more, who'd have thought that quiet, skinny girl in the back of her daddy's wagon would turn into the same bold as brass woman he... more info>>
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The Mountain Man
Tom only made the four-hour drive from his claim to Keno City once a year. And yet, he paused at the mercantile long enough to load up a fresh stock of supplies, before jumping back into his truck and racing winter all the way back home again. The good news was, he barely made it back to his cabin just as the storm of the century touched down, pretty much guaranteeing he'd be snowbound for the next six months. The bad news was, there was a woman tucked into the back of his trailer, right between... more info>>
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