Jennifer never knew the love and support of anyone until she meets Blake in the Principal’s Office. She is the new English teacher and their attraction is instant.
When Blake informs her of what he is seeking in order to deepen their relationship, Jennifer discovers the support and love she has never had in her life. Growing up in foster homes, she has learned to be self-sufficient but has always desired to feel accepted and loved. She assures him that she has no trouble developing a D/D lifestyle – well, that is until the night she over- indulges at the school Christmas party and discovers that some spankings are not those hot, sexy kinds that she has come to adore.
Running away from what she knows she deserves but is reluctant to admit, she goes to the B&B where Blake had made reservations for the holidays.
Her eyes are opened as she discovers the meaning of traditions and the love and support families give each other, but will her new found knowledge give her the strength to go home to face Blake? Will he even still want her after the stunt she pulled?
And what is it about that small green ornament hidden in the tree? How can a pickle change her entire life?