Bridezilla And A Date For The Wedding


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Bridezilla:Travis McAlister had heard about it happening, but he never imagined his beautiful, sweet-tempered fiance, Chloe Sheridan, would turn into a bridezilla. But when they set the date for their wedding, Chloe changed right in front of his eyes, and his once calm, organized girlfriend was now freaking out over every minor detail.

He tried to ignore it, but when they were still without a DJ a week before the wedding, Travis finally decided it was time to take matters into his own hands. Not only did he hire one for her, but when she began to argue with him about it, he put her over his knee for a well-deserved spanking, followed up with a stern warning to behave or he would have no choice but to do it again. Would that one spanking be enough to get her to change her ways? Doubtful, not with a hundred decisions yet to be made and an out-of-control bride determined to make a major event out of every one of them.

Date for a Wedding: Sabrina Kyle wants to make her ex-boyfriend jealous, and what better way to do that than to go to a mutual friend's wedding with a handsome man on her arm?

But finding such a man on short notice can be difficult, and against her better judgment, Sabrina asks the gorgeous Holden McKenna, a co-worker at the advertising agency where she works, to be her date. Her plan works extremely well and her ex can't help but notice her. But things go awry when Holden catches onto the scheme. Not at all pleased to find out that she's used him, Holden drags her off for what he considers is a well-deserved over-the-knee spanking! Consoling herself with the fact that at least she made her ex jealous, Sabrina spends the rest of the evening nursing a sore bottom while she promises to stay as far away from Holden as she can.

At work the next day, however, Sabrina is mortified to learn that she and Holden have been selected to work on a new advertising campaign together. To make matters worse, events conspire against them and they are forced to share a hotel room while they try to meet the looming deadline. But how can she be expected her to work with a man who puts her over his knee every time they have a difference of opinion?

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