Monday, October 29, 2012

From the Top Shelf - Teacher Learns a Lesson

Today's story is from a very good friend, Sunnygirl. Her blog, Aimless Ramblings, is one I visit regularly, and I know that many of you do too. Sunnygirl publishes one of her own fiction stories each week, and has recently added a list of all her stories to her blog's sidebar. I hope you like the excerpt I have chosen from The Teacher Learns a Lesson.

Jennifer, a teacher, is renovating her house with the help of some of her students. One student brought along his Uncle Evan, and when the two met, there was an immediate attraction. When Jennifer tried to help with the painting, Evan cautioned her not to use her rickety old ladder. She disobeyed, and on his next visit he found her at the top of the ladder, painting. Now Jennifer must face the consequences.

 After finishing and starting down the ladder, she had just reached the third to last rung when it gave way.  Once again, she fell on her keister and the paint splattered all over the ground.  A few expletives peppered the air.  Evan laughed.  Jennifer came up sputtering and stomping her foot.

“Are you going to help or are you just going to stand there laughing?”

“Actually, I am just going to stand here and enjoy watching your temper tantrum.  It reminds me of my 6-year-old niece.”

“If you’re not going to help you can just get your ass out of here,” Jennifer said and went off into the house.

He started to put the ladder away but instead just put it out by the curb for the trashmen.  He then picked up what was left of the paint supplies and put them in the shed.  He went to the back door and knocked.  No answer.  He knocked again, still no answer. He tried the doorknob and walked in.  He could hear the shower running upstairs.  He just sat down and waited.

When Jennifer came downstairs she was in a pair of thong panties and a tank top. Clearly she didn’t expect company.  Evan cleared his throat as she cleared the kitchen door.

“What are you doing in my house?”

“I cleaned up outside and just wanted to make sure you were okay.  I also would like to know why you were up on that old ladder and when no one was around.  I thought we discussed this.”

“We talked about it but I made no promises.  Besides I took part of the advice, I painted in the front of the house so I could be seen if anything happened.”

“Yes, they may have seen you fall but you still could have been hurt, especially if a higher rung had given way.  Let me tell you that if we knew each other better I would take you to task for your unsafe behavior.”

“And what exactly is that supposed to mean?” Jennifer asked.

“It means I would take you over my knee and spank your bottom so hard the next time you thought about doing something dangerous you might give it a moment’s pause before proceeding.”

“So I should consider myself lucky that we don’t know each other better.”

“You might say that, but if you continue being so bratty I might just do it anyway.”

Evan had never spanked anybody before but he really wanted to spank her.  She had taken such a chance on that old rickety ladder.  She turned around and he could just see the curve of her buttocks as she stood there looking so smug.

“Who are you to tell me what I can and cannot do? This is my house and I will do as I please.”

That was it.  Evan couldn’t stand it anymore.  He got up from the chair,  pushed it back from the table, reached for her and pulled her over his knee in one fluid motion.  It was so quick she didn’t realize what was happening until she felt that first sharp smack on her behind. It was followed by a volley of sharp spanks. She was sputtering and kicking her legs. He wasn’t deterred until her bottom was a bright shade of crimson.

She jumped up rubbing her backside and dancing around the kitchen. Her thong hadn’t provided much protection and her bottom stung.  She told him she couldn’t believe he had done that.  He told her that’s what she could expect from him if he thought she was taking unnecessary risks.

“Of course, that depends on whether or not you want to continue to see me.”
Does she or doesn't she? Read the full story here.

From Hermione's Heart


Minielle Labraun said...

I love Sunny's stories and this is one of my favorites. I so get his snap decision after her last comment!
Thanks for bringing us this snippet

ronnie said...

I'm a Sunnygirl fan. Thanks for the excerpt Hermione - I missed this one.


Anonymous said...

Excellent story. Thanks.

Aimless Rambling said...

I am honored Hermione. Thank you so much.

Fondles said...

oh yes, i remember reading this. loved it. thanks for sharing!

SirQsmlb said...

Thanks for sharing Hermione...I've added her to my list of blogs to read!! YEA!!

Anastasia Vitsky said...

I just came from Sunny's blog! :) A double dose of sunshine today. It's lovely to showcase the story so we get to read it here, too.

Hermione said...

Minelle - It was my pleasure. Sunny is a gifted writer.

Ronnie - I'm glad I chose this one then, just for you!

Joey - I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Sunnygirl - You have a rare talent for fiction.

Fondles - It's just as good the second time around, I hope.

SirQsmlb - Her blog is definitely a must.

Ana - Double your pleasure, double your fun!


ronnie said...

I've just read the whole story now and remember it but well worth a second read. Thanks again Hermione.


Riley said...

You have me intrigued. Off to read the rest!! Thanks for posting, Hermione :)

Unknown said...

I am a big fan of Sunny's stories from the first one I read to the Halloween story on her blog today. She is a great storyteller with characters that get you hooked. The problem with Sunny's stories - lack of sequels - I want to know what happens to these people!

Roz said...

Thanks Hermoine, I loved this, am off to read the rest too!

Hermione said...

Ronnie - It is the kind of story that I'd want to reread.

Riley - My pleasure.

Lill Ian - Maybe she's reading this and will take your suggestion into consideration.

Roz - Enjoy!