Rule 13 by PS Cassidy
Katie Carlson just wants to be a regular girl, get good grades in college, have fun with her friends and enjoy her life. But Professor Kincaid has it in for her. It’s not just that his class is hard, but Katie’s sure the old guy gets a fiendish delight from seeing her fail. It seems that all her teachers do.
Katie just wants some time to think. She wants to take a break from the mess that has become her studies, especially Kincaid’s class. She knows a rich kid, Greg, who’s kind of an awkward puppy, but he has a fast Bentley and he loves to show off. There’s a party out at the lake, and it is just the thing she needs to get away. Maybe there’s still time enough to make good on the promise she made to her rich father. She begs him for just one more chance, and he loves her so much that he gives in like he always does. But there is just one condition. Katie agrees to anything he wants because she knows that, when it comes to her father, there’s always one more chance. The deal is she either does well in school and gets good grades, or she has to enroll in Crowne Pointe Academy, a place that is known for having firm rules and strict discipline.
When Katie goes off to the weekend party at the lake, she wants to change her fortune, her trajectory… but what happens puts her on a journey that will change her life.
Cheyenne and Jason by Misty Malone
Cheyenne is extremely good at what she does but is seriously lacking the very basic social skills. Her bad attitude and lack of professionalism has her coworkers upset and customers leaving. When she chases off yet another big client, her boss gives her an ultimatum: either complete this last chance program, or find another job. Shocked that he’s putting his foot down, she is wise enough to understand that this time, he is serious. With her back against a wall, and not exactly sure what she is agreeing to, she signs on the dotted line.
Jason knows exactly what the young woman needs, and has several clients to prove the success of his rather unconventional program. Cheyenne learns that the program requires total immersion, and Jason is soon spending fifteen hours a day giving her his undivided attention. His patience is infinite, and he has no problem repeating the lesson when she is reluctant to fully commit herself to improving. Her first lesson learned is that any infraction is quickly dealt with by a trip over his knees.
The program is a real eye-opener for her, as she learns a lot about herself and about the man who promises that she will graduate his program. Jason fully expected her hesitation and her gradual acceptance, but what he wasn’t ready for was what he would learn from her, as well.