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Its June in Random Point and 18-year-old Amanda Sands has been left in charge of Hugos antiques shop and his spanking magazine. Pursued by gallery owner Raphael Price as well as married photographer Pascal Robbins, the charismatic Harvard coedMoreIts June in Random Point and 18-year-old Amanda Sands has been left in charge of Hugos antiques shop and his spanking magazine. Pursued by gallery owner Raphael Price as well as married photographer Pascal Robbins, the charismatic Harvard coed cuts her blonde hair short, turns sophisticated Pamela Bartlett into her adoring submissive and continues to ravish the senses of her love-struck boyfriend Colby Hodge.Pascals wife, singer-actress Phoebe Casper, develops a mad crush on composer Anthony Newton that threatens to ruin her marriage and dislodge Susan Ross as the queen of Newtons heart. Meanwhile Pamelas husband, department store owner Ambrose Bartlett, lays siege to voluptuous, former dominatrix Polyxena Guzman, which completely distracts him from noticing the worshipful court being paid to his glamorous wife by the youthful Dru Baxter.Marguerite Alexander creates the Venus Club to bring all her local girlfriends in the scene closer together, but doesnt foresee that including Jane Eliot in the circle will ignite a dangerous flame of desire in the girl who was once so in love with her husband, Michael Flagg.The romance of discipline wafts through Random Point like a balmy summer breeze as its animated denizens discover just how much pleasure, passion and corporal punishment eroticism can be fit into one small month.About the AuthorA lifelong enthusiast, Eve Howard has been writing, editing and creating spanking erotica since the 1980s. There are 10 previous volumes in the Shadow Lane series as well as a pictorial publication called Shadow Lanes The Art of Spanking Volume One. Eve has also written, directed and produced over 170 spanking videos and has recently returned to the small screen as a performer in some her own productions. Designed to make people feel good, rather than guilty about being into spanking, Eves books suggest an irreverent alternative to the BDSM extremes portrayed in such novels as The Story of O. Eve was the editor of the beautifully designed Stand Corrected magazine, which raised the bar for spanking publications in the 1990s. And for over 20 years, Eves company Shadow Lane has been one of the primary social organs of the real-life spanking scene, throwing annual gala events for fellow enthusiasts to come together and celebrate the spicy variation that has preoccupied them for so long. Eve lives with her husband Tony and their two cats in Las Vegas.