In the world of competitive sports, adrenaline runs high—and egos run higher.
Some young men can’t check their attitudes without a little help from a coach, a teammate, or a good friend.
Some young men have a secret craving to be kept in line the old-fashioned way.
Two longtime friends discover another side to their relationship during a high stakes table tennis tournament where the loser faces stinging consequences. A talented but lazy college swimmer receives some extra motivation from his coach. A shy, ambitious equestrian experiments with an unorthodox method of stress relief with his trainer, and an arrogant wrestler who embarrasses his mentor during a dinner party finds the tables turned in humiliating fashion.
Bratty or shy, ambitious or indolent, the men in these four tales all end up getting exactly what they need: hard disciplinary spankings at the hands of those who care about them.
Thinking about what I like to read, spanking and the author’s name are definitely on my favorite list. If this would have been individual stories, some of them would have a better rating, but as a whole thing, I guess it didn’t entirely kept my attention that much.
The book is has four stories that, as its name say, connects spanking scenes with sports. Although I love real life sports, I really have a hard time trying to care for sport’s book and that might alter my perception about this one too.
Claiming his Prize was one of my favorite. I think it got something to do with the relationship between the main characters, there was something sweet about it that I really loved. It had the perfect length, not too short but not too long either and with enough time to create a believable plot.
Motivational Tools was also one that I liked a lot. This one had some bratty main character that was impossibly annoying. I didn’t disliked him, but he was frustrating. There was some other nice surprises on this stories, it wasn’t just spanking here, it was really good. I think this was the longest of them all.
A Perfect Ride. This was my least favorite, I really can’t say much about it, only that I felt disconnected. It did have some scenes that I enjoyed, but overall this wasn’t really one to keep my attention.
Turning the Tables. I feel a little indecisive about this one. I was a little bored at the beginning, feeling like I was just reading because I wanted to finish the book, but the more I get myself into the story, it got better and better. I’m not really into public activity, but somehow it worked just fine for me.
Overall it was a very entertaining book, it had some ups and downs but I really liked it.