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Posted December 1, 2012
A charming regency romp with plenty of spanking and no sex until marriage. The sexual tension is delicious and the spankings are satisfying.
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Posted November 27, 2012
Posted December 10, 2012
In a dire financial situation, Amanda is forced to fabricate references and seek employment as a governess. But after a carriage accident, when a fellow passengers gives her brandy to warm her up, she confesses her misdeeds, unaware one of the other passengers is her employer whom she’s never met.
When the Colonel discovers his governess is the woman aboard the carriage, he implements corporal discipline and spanks her for her deceit. Over time, the Amanda comes to learn that beneath his harsh methods and gruff exterior is a loving, caring man, and he gradually becomes quite taken by his young governess.
Historical fiction and domestic discipline go well when paired and this one is no exception. It’s a fast-paced, interesting read, and I found the spanking scenarios to be believable. If you enjoy domestic discipline or spanking romances, pick this one up. You’ll be as pleased as the Colonel!
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Posted July 16, 2013
Here is another Historical Romance by Renee Rose what I totally enjoyed! I was thinking to myself, what is it about Renee’s books that I seem to enjoy so much, because as I have said in the past, I don’t normally read Historical.
Is it the characters? And the answer would have to be yes. The chemistry between Amanda and Charles is evident from the first time they met. The story seamlessly sets it’s self-up from the first chapter when we meet them after Amanda’s carriage breaks down and The Colonel stops to help. We immediately connect with Amanda as she is telling her story to the hardships she and her sister and mother have endured after the death of her father and the family lost everything. Amanda doesn’t wallow in self-pity but pulls up her big girl panties and does what needs to get done. She lies to get a job as a governess for two little one’s whose father is absent due to the war.
Now after having a few slips of Brandy, feeling bad about what she had to do, she confess this while waiting to be rescued.
The next morning as Amanda walks into the dining room, she is not only surprised that her employer, the children’s father is back, but he is also The Colonel who helped her last night and heard everything she said. Again, Amanda pulls up her big girl panties and faces the Colonel in his study to accept the fact that she may lose her job, but to her amazement, she leaves the study with her job in tack but a very sore bottom. It was refreshing to read a heroine who is strong and independent, but then doesn’t whine.
The Colonel is a man of great character as well, as he sees Amanda’s plight and wants to help her all the while fighting his attraction to her. I love how the relationship between Charles and Amanda builds slowly and it also involves the children, after all, she is the Governess.
It was a joy to watch these two people fight and try to deny their attraction to each other.
Posted March 22, 2013
Posted March 17, 2013
I dislike how the number of pages arrnt listed on Nook books like hard copies
That said-this book was 90 pages and poorly written
Dont waste your money
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Posted November 25, 2012
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