ZEKE KINCAID'S WOMAN

ZEKE KINCAID'S WOMAN

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by BETTY CARLTON
     
 
On the musical stage in 1856 Lori Ann a singer extraordinaire impresses the audiences with her voice. Male admirers line up for a chance to meet her. An enamored Zeke Kincaid is one of them. A dominate man as well as honorable he proposes marriage and foolishly she refuses. Once a Kincaid man chooses his mate it’s a done deal as far as they are concerned. Zeke

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On the musical stage in 1856 Lori Ann a singer extraordinaire impresses the audiences with her voice. Male admirers line up for a chance to meet her. An enamored Zeke Kincaid is one of them. A dominate man as well as honorable he proposes marriage and foolishly she refuses. Once a Kincaid man chooses his mate it’s a done deal as far as they are concerned. Zeke does the only thing he knows. The same as many men in his family before him have done. He spirits Lori Ann away, and begins to train her to be submissive and obedient in the Kincaid tradition. In all ways Zeke can think of Lori Ann will learn to please him. He will return to the town of Paradise to finish her training. All goes well until the day Lori Ann vanishes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016138817
Publisher:
Renaissance E-Books, Inc.
Publication date:
01/01/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
518 KB

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ZEKE KINCAID'S WOMAN 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Liberty_Ann_Ireland More than 1 year ago
My Review: Oh my...what to say about Zeke Kincaid's Woman? I loved this book. I sure did not think that I would but boy did i surprise me! Do not let the beginning scare you off. The Good: You will be amazed at the depth of emotions found in this story. There were several time when I found my heart in my throat. What was it about? In a word, learning. Lori Ann learned. Zeke learned. I learned as I read. It is fast read, one easily done in just a few hours. The Bad: The book needs a good re-editing for spelling issues. I would not mention it but it was distracting from the flow of the story. The Snuggly: Whew! Bodies are amazing things. They can be used for pleasure or pain. They often give away our deepest secrets, without permission. And making love? It can truly be a wonderful thing. This most certainly qualifies as an erotic book and is not for those under 18. The Rest: I am so glad that I read this book. I know it will stay with me for a long time. Would I read it again? Absolutely although the suspense and mystery of how he book turns out would not have the same impact the second time. If you read erotica and enjoy stories about love life, and learning then don't miss Zeke Kincaid's Woman! 4.5 Stars, 5 Flames