Halloween Treats: An Anthology


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A fun anthology of short stories to trick your imagination and treat your desires!

Halloween Switch by Lizzie Steele

It isn’t all fun and games when Megan drags her reluctant husband Paul to yet another company party at the stuffy law firm where she works. At least this time they’ll go in costume. Megan and several of her friends all decide to dress un school uniforms, while their significant others assume the role of their wealthy fathers in their boring tuxedos.

An odd message had been carved above the arches, though, which turned out to be so much more than just part of the decorations. At midnight, the paralegals actually become schoolgirls, while their husbands and boyfriends assume the role their costume suggests, that of the disciplinary father. Megan soon finds herself over her daddy’s knee for a much-needed lesson.

Spooked by Courage Knight

Dillon was all prepared for Halloween, having decorated his Victorian home with friendly-faced jack-o-lanterns, window clings, and a scarecrow. He’d filled bowls with candy. But no children would ever venture down his long driveway to knock on the door to the house everyone knew was haunted.

His wife was ready to leave him. She’s issued an ultimatum. He could chose to stay, sharing his home with the resident ghosts who refused to leave, or he could come away with her, but she was through. She just couldn’t live like that any more. To ensure she got her way, she’d stopped making the mortgage payments five months before. It was only a matter of time before the bank foreclosed. Then he’d be forced to leave with her.

Dillon was furious! How could she have done that? Didn’t she realize that as a general contractor, he had to have a good relationship with the bank? If he couldn’t get a building loan, he wouldn’t be able to work. But it wasn’t just that she hadn’t paid the mortgage – all that money wasn’t just sitting around somewhere collecting interest – no! She’s spent it! Where was he going to get that kind of money?

And to make matters worse, their house really was haunted…

Trick or Treat!

Art teacher Emily has spent all day prepping the Haunted House her school is running as part of their Halloween Fair and she can’t wait to show it to Peter, her new boyfriend. Peter is pretty much perfect: he’s tall, handsome, respectful, kind, and he does a fantastic job for the community in his role as a paramedic. Emily should be ecstatic with her loving boyfriend, but there’s just one problem – their sex lacks spark.

While she debates whether she can cope with a spark-less sex life, Emily drags a reluctant Peter around the Haunted House. The only problem is that Emily has made the Haunted House a little too scary, and she spooks Peter badly.

Now Emily discovers just how strong and dominant her boyfriend can be when he decides to give her a punishment spanking like she’s never had before. Perhaps the spark in their relationship can be rekindled after all!

Happy Halloween!

Emma and Jack have just moved to a new town to start their lives together but they have to spend their first Halloween apart as computer coder Jack is sent away on business. Jack is a Halloween fanatic and has decorated their new home so well that all the neighbourhood come trick or treating on Halloween. He just wishes he could be there to hand out all the candy!

Emma, however, has a very different idea about what children should be given on Halloween – after all, she’s a dentist, and she knows all about the problems sugar causes in children’s teeth! When Jack returns to find out that Emma has ruined their Halloween reputation, there’s only one way to deal with this first domestic argument – a good spanking!

A Zombie Halloween

Evie loved Halloween! She invested a lot of time in creating a perfectly scary display in her front yard, complete with volunteers who would hide in the shadows to grab at the legs of innocent guests who ventured there in search of candy. This year she was going to be dressed as a perfectly gruesome zombie, complete with a dangling eyeball. Even her teenaged children agreed that she looked really gross! Her husband, though, was less than thrilled.

He just didn’t get it. And then, one irate grandmother came to their door. She complained that Evie had scared her grandson so badly, he’d wet his pants. He was traumatized, and might never enjoy trick-or-treating again! Evie shrugged, unwilling to give in to the old woman’s rant, but Phillip settled her down, filling her grandson’s treat bag with all of the remaining candy. Drat! Evie counted on enjoying that for the rest of the week!

After the woman left, only somewhat appeased, Phillip decided it was time to teach his wife a lesson she was not likely to forget! And maybe next year, she’d think twice before scaring the younger set.

The Vampire Next Door

Wendy pouted when her husband laid down the law. No more scary movies! They always gave her nightmares. And she had such an active imagination – she really didn’t need any more fodder for the foolish things she could dream up! Like the new next door neighbor…

Who moved in in the middle of the night? He never seemed to leave that draconian house – he didn’t even seem to own a car. There were never any lights on during the day, and only after the sun went down was there any movement inside. And to top it all off, her darling little dog freaked out any time they had to walk past his place. She had to cross the street to walk the dog on the other side!

Could he be a vampire?

Her husband had had enough of her foolishness. When he caught her snooping in the neighbor’s windows, it was just too much. She needed a spanking to end all spankings, and maybe then, she’d learn to leave their neighbor alone!

But what if he really was a vampire?

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