Rebel and The Heirby Sullivan Clarke
Sloan Weatherfield's sickly, aging aunt is losing patience with her handsome nephew. In all other aspects, the handsome young man she raised after the death of his parents shows the makings of a responsible
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In this sizzling tale of spanking romance and domestic discipline, a handsome young lord and headstrong young lady are unexpectedly thrown together.
Sloan Weatherfield's sickly, aging aunt is losing patience with her handsome nephew. In all other aspects, the handsome young man she raised after the death of his parents shows the makings of a responsible lord and heir to her estate. But his refusal to find a suitable mate is frustrating her, and so Grace Weatherfield informs him that if he is not betrothed or married by Yuletide he will not inherit her estate upon her death. Rosalie Rudolph has a slightly different predicament. Her dying father's attempts to marry her off have all failed, and Lord William Rudolph has informed her that upon his death he plans to relinquish his estate to another relative and send her to a convent as punishment for her stubbornness.
To Sloan Weatherfield, these dual predicaments spell opportunity, and he convinces Rosalie to pretend love for him long enough to convince his aunt and her father that they are to be wed. They would only have to stay together long enough to outlast their elderly relatives. It's a deal he advises Rosalie not to refuse. If they pull it off, she escapes the convent and he gets his inheritance.
But even pretending to have a relationship with Rosalie is a challenge, and Sloan soon realizes that even in a pretend relationship, his "fiance" could use some very real, very hard spankings if he is to keep up the charade.
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Cute but very PG13
I enjoyed the story even though there quite a few editing and grammatical errors.