False Pretenses [NOOK Book]

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Genre: Contemporary Domestic Discipline
Series: Rod and Cane Society; Previous Book: Unexpected Consequences

Freelance journalist Emma Dupree needs a sensational story to boost her career and free her from the corporate hell of her day job. She finds her blockbuster in the Rod and Cane Society, an organization that encourages men to spank ...
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False Pretenses

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Overview

Genre: Contemporary Domestic Discipline
Series: Rod and Cane Society; Previous Book: Unexpected Consequences

Freelance journalist Emma Dupree needs a sensational story to boost her career and free her from the corporate hell of her day job. She finds her blockbuster in the Rod and Cane Society, an organization that encourages men to spank their spouses and goes undercover to expose the kinky perversions. Fearing she could be scooped by a rival reporter, she keeps a tight lid on her story, not even telling her new boyfriend.

Dan Tanner knows all about keeping secrets. He's a member of the kinky perv organization Emma is striving to expose. This real estate agent has a major spanking fetish and would like nothing more than to get his hands on Emma's ass, but fears rejection from his sexy new lady who insists she's 100 percent pure vanilla.

They're both operating under False Pretenses. Who will be the first to lose their cover and when Emma loses hers, will she let Dan discipline her for it?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: domestic discipline (spanking).
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781611188547
  • Publisher: Loose Id LLC
  • Publication date: 6/12/2012
  • Series: Rod and Cane Society
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 230,981
  • File size: 440 KB

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  • Posted July 5, 2012

    Loved it

    Readers who enjoyed Unexpected Consequences by Cara Bristol will not want to miss this smoking hot and highly emotional sequel, False Pretenses. The heroine in this novel, Emma Dupree, made a brief appearance towards the end of UC as the single woman at the Rod and Cane Auxiliary Wives meeting. She's a smart, independent woman determined to expose the well-kept secrets of the organization and boost her career at the same time, but all doesn't go as planned. Her sleazy ex-boyfriend keeps showing up at the worst times, violating her privacy and causing other mischief. She's become good friends with Melania, the heroine readers will remember from UC, as well as other wives in the auxiliary. To top it off, her new boyfriend, Dan, has a couple secrets of his own. Her reservations about sending the damning article to her editor grow, and so does Emma. I love the personal transformation her character undergoes as her relationship with Dan becomes more serious and she questions her previously held strong beliefs concerning the Rod and Cane Society.

    The spanking scenes in this book differ a little from those in UC as Dan was originally attracted to the Rod and Cane Society because he has a major spanking fetish and is tired of rejection in the vanilla world. Although he's not opposed to domestic discipline, and in fact believes Emma could benefit from it. The sex and spanking scenes between Dan and Emma as their relationship develops are off-the-charts HOT. Despite their flaws and the false pretenses both characters were operating under, I loved both Dan and Emma and was cheering for their happy ending.

    If you're looking for a well-written erotic romance novel with spanking and domestic discipline themes portrayed in a realistic way, I highly recommend False Pretenses as well as its predecessor, Unexpected Consequences. It's also not necessary to read the books in order since enough backstory is provided in the second book. Both are great stories, but if I had to choose a favorite between the two, I'd go with False Pretenses. There was an intense emotional edge to this novel, no doubt due to the secrets Emma and Dan were hiding, that held my interest to the very last page. I look forward to the next installment in the Rod and Cane series!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 23, 2012

    Awesome as Always

    I love the new spin on the Rod and Cane Society. It was fun to watch Emma come to terms with her needs and desires. I think books like this give the DD lifestyle positive press and show people it is a choice.

    I love that this series of books can stand alone or be read as a series. Its was a fast paced read with good detail and lots of sex. Oh, and of course spanking!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 31, 2012

    Emma, a freelance journalist, goes undercover to investigate the

    Emma, a freelance journalist, goes undercover to investigate the Rod & Cane Society - a secret organization of men who believe in spanking their wives. Little does she know, her new boyfriend is member of the board! Telling herself she's just trying it out for her story, Emma allows Dan to spank her and discovers that she loves it.

    False Pretenses is hot from start to finish. The sex is supercharged and the spankings are well done.

    The Rod & Cane Society is creepy in that Eyes Wide Shut kind of way, but it serves a purpose in the plot when Emma's cover gets blown.

    This is a deliciously hot read for anyone who loves a good spanking story.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 8, 2012

    Emma doesn't think she wants to be spanked, but she'll do it for

    Emma doesn't think she wants to be spanked, but she'll do it for research, especially if the spanking is administered by the handsome and sweet Dan Tanner (appropriately named, methinks). Cara Bristol has done it again - False Pretenses shows just how sexy a spanking can be, both for the man and for the lucky woman over his lap. I read this book without having read the first in the series, but each book stands alone and now I do want to go back and read the first one, Unexpected Consequences. So... 5 stars and highly recommended!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2013

    This was the perfect sequel to Unexpected Consequences. I love h

    This was the perfect sequel to Unexpected Consequences. I love how Cara Bristol shows all sides and flavors of the spanking & Domestic Discipline world. The author has a special way with words that keeps you captivated and hungering for more! I LOVE this series and can't wait to dive into the next book!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2013

    I liked it

    Not bad for a quick read. Basic domestic discipline stuff.

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