Claiming His Wife

Claiming His Wife

by Golden Angel

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This is the fourth and final book in the Domestic Discipline Quartet.

Alex has made a lot of mistakes, but he is determined to reconcile with his estranged wife, Grace. He's willing to put their past problems where he thinks they belong - in the past - but insults and disrespect will be met with discipline. He's seen the marriages his friends have, and decided to take a page from their books. Unfortunately for him, Grace is not so willing to let go of past hurts, although she has no choice but to go with him when he basically kidnaps her and takes her to Bath. At least her friends are there for moral support, while she does her best to discover exactly why her husband is so intent on reconciliation rather than divorce.

Hugh and Irene are blissfully happy, having declared their love for each other, but they seem to be the only ones. Eleanor is pregnant and worried that her condition will mean the end of overt affection and desire from her husband - especially as he hasn't declared any kind of finer feelings for her. She thinks Edwin doesn't realize she's with child, and worries over how to prod a declaration from him. Meanwhile, everyone is gathered in Bath for Wesley's wedding to the brazen and rebellious Cynthia.

When these four women get together, it's no wonder that both trouble and bright red bottoms loom on the horizon. Each of their husbands is bound and determined to claim and tame his willful wife.

This books contains adult situations, including spankings, whippings, backdoor play, and explicit scenes. Rated sizzling!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150518759
Publisher: Golden Angel
Publication date: 09/26/2014
Series: Domestic Discipline Quartet , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 59,964
File size: 280 KB

About the Author

I have been writing, on and off, for as "goldeniangel" for years, but have begun publishing on Amazon, Smashwords and for the Nook as well.

Two of my favorite eBook erotica writers are Cherise Sinclair and Lexi Blake. My favorite romance writer is probably Stephanie Laurens, although I'm also extremely partial to the Darkfever series by Karen Marie Moning (Omg... Jericho Barrons please... take me now!)

While I obviously love to read romance/erotica that has some adventure / danger to it, I find that when I write I prefer to focus more on the relationships and having them develop the way they would in the real world. Yeah, sometimes there's a little fantasy involved, but mostly I want to play with the interactions between people because I think there's enough drama in romance without adding in some kind of life threatening danger and/or bad guy. It's really hard to do that well, although the authors I mentioned in the previous paragraph handle it with panache. One day I'll write something with a bad guy and some adventure, but for now I'm really enjoying just writing about relationships as they might actually happen in a normal, day to day life with all the drama, conflict and issues that come along with that.

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Claiming His Wife 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love the foreplay of the beatings that leads up to the hot things they do to their wives in bed, and how that correlates to how they respond to them outside of the bed room.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wish there was a fifth book in this series.
Anonymous 9 months ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this one too. Fun read and fun characters. I was rooting for Grace and Alex. All four couples were written about but I was wanting more of Grace with Alex. Good though!