A Bride for Ben

A Bride for Ben

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by Chula Stone
     
 

The last thing Ben Tate was expecting to find deep in the Tennessee woods in the middle of winter was a beautiful young woman trying to plant seeds in the frozen ground. When he discovers that she is feverish and delusional, Ben takes her to the home he shares with the rest of the Tate family.

After her fever breaks, Maggie awakens in a strange house in a… See more details below

Overview

The last thing Ben Tate was expecting to find deep in the Tennessee woods in the middle of winter was a beautiful young woman trying to plant seeds in the frozen ground. When he discovers that she is feverish and delusional, Ben takes her to the home he shares with the rest of the Tate family.

After her fever breaks, Maggie awakens in a strange house in a strange bed. She finds that she is under the care of a firm-handed man who has no intention of letting her run off before she has fully recovered, even if that means a good hard spanking will be required to get the message across.

As winter melts into spring and she is nursed back to health, Maggie grows fond of her strict but kind-hearted protector. Although he is hesitant to admit it, he seems to have taken quite an interest in her as well. Furthermore, she learns that her goal of stopping her uncle Milton from stealing her younger brother’s land is entwined with Ben’s quest to find the man who saved him from a prison camp during the Civil War. Will they find happiness together, or will their own stubbornness and Milton’s scheming tear them apart?

Publisher’s Note: A Bride for Ben contains non-consensual spankings of an adult woman, including domestic discipline in a historical setting. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.

Length: 33,260 words

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016012100
Publisher:
Stormy Night Publications
Publication date:
01/17/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
177,970
File size:
1 MB

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