His Errant Educator

His Errant Educator

by Maggie Ryan

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His Errant Educator by Maggie Ryan

Life's lessons are not always held in a classroom.

Teresa Goldman may cook, wash countless dishes, and serve the townspeople meals in her pa's restaurant, but that is only until she can throw off her apron and stand on the steps of Cascade's first school and ring the bell. She's dreamed of being a teacher her entire life. In her opinion, school should be fun, and she's spent endless hours sitting on the floor of the unfinished building creating lesson plans.

Roger Morrison knew from the first moment he bumped into the beautiful brunette outside the mercantile that he wanted to make her his wife. Having traveled the Oregon Trail, he knows the importance of working hard, perseverance, and teamwork. Along with his partners, his goal is to make the Rose Ranch the most prosperous in the Willamette Valley, and his dream is to do so with Teresa at his side.

When the love of his life continues to jump into danger without a moment's thought, he realizes that love isn't enough – he needs to teach Teresa that there are more important lessons to learn than reading, writing and arithmetic. On the day she accepts his marriage proposal, he delivers her first lesson, with the errant little educator draped over his knee.

When the townspeople gather to hear the announcement of who will be guiding and teaching their children, no one is more stunned than Teresa to hear the name announced isn't hers. Will she learn that, even with one dream shattered, there is another just waiting to be embraced? Can she make a home on the ranch with crazy roosters, smelly cattle, and wild animals surrounding her instead of the students she dreamed of?

Will Anna, Charity, and Agatha, all wives with their own stern and loving husbands, be able to convince her that life can be fulfilling with a different dream? More importantly, can Teresa allow the man who doesn't hesitate to take her in hand to become her teacher?

Publisher's Note: His Errant Educator is the third in Maggie Ryan's bestselling Willamette Wives series but can be read as a stand-alone. It includes explicit sexual themes, the spanking of adult women, and anal play. If such material is likely to offend you, please do not purchase.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157040079
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 09/17/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 160,695
File size: 213 KB

About the Author

#1 International and USA Today bestselling author for Blushing Books. I write both contemporary erotica and historical spanking romances. I enjoy writing about characters that enjoy the provocative D/S lifestyle of today’s times, as well as taking a step back into the past to write stories that take place in the Victorian era with age-play as a theme.

I live in the great Lone Star state with my wonderful husband. I have always loved reading. Growing up in a family with four children, it was difficult finding a place to be alone. I was probably one of the squeakiest clean girls on the planet as I would spend hours in the tub so I could read without being bothered. It wasn’t long before I began to make up my own endings to the books I was reading. From there, it just seemed natural to begin writing my own stories.

I never try to restrict myself to any one genre because there are just too many delicious possibilities out there and inside my head. I admit to being somewhat of a romantic, though, as my stories always must have a great deal of love, passion, corporal discipline and, of course, great, mind-blowing sex. I want my readers to be able to see, hear, feel and know the characters that I’m creating as well as I do when I bring them to life and transfer their stories to paper. I want my women to be strong of character but also strong enough to know that submission given in love and trust to your partner does not make you weaker, it makes you far stronger. I want my men to be sexy, strong, demanding alpha males who know how to take what they want while acknowledging it is a gift they have been blessed with by the women that have chosen to submit to them. I want there to be no doubt that they truly would die for the other no matter how others might view their relationship.

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His Errant Educator 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love the story lines of all the books so far,glad that Teresa & Roger finally found true love & Anna didn't give up on the two of them.
JulietteS More than 1 year ago
I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book. The third book in this Western series revolves around the characters Tessa and Roger. If you have read the previous books you will be familiar with them. I found Tessa to be immature and very spoilt, but I suppose, that is the entire point. If she wasn’t Roger would have no reason to take her in hand. I feel that it could be difficult to read this book prior to reading the first two books. This book contains many references to occurrences and characters from the previous books that I am sure would cause confusion and interrupt the flow of the story. Still, I enjoyed reading this book and was touched by the very well written camaraderie between the women on the ranch.
boujie1 More than 1 year ago
Gotta love a cowboy! Tessa wants to be a teacher, but she has a few lessons to learn first. What I loved about this book was the connection the other women at the ranch had with each other. The support and compassion was amazing as they took Tessa under their wings. She gets her mouth soaped and her bottom spanked more than once. She has personality and a good heart, I found her endearing. The characters were a little hard to follow in the beginning because I had not read the first two books; however, after getting to know the characters I am looking forward to the next in the series. I VOLUNTARILY REVIEWED AN ADVANCE READER COPY OF THIS BOOK
Pamala69 More than 1 year ago
This was a good story with enjoyable characters, but it had quite a lot of reference to other characters relationships that I was unfamiliar with. I also missed the begining of Roger and Tessa's romance as they were already "courting" when this book starts. Those minor issues aside I liked the couple and felt that they were in love and both commited to making their relationship work. Though Tessa did have her moments of immaturity and ummpuslivness she was very good when dealing with the children and you can see where she has the capability to be a wonderful teacher and eventually wife and mother. I do plan to go back and read the previous books, and would recommend reading the series in order. That said it is a fictional community that is worth investing in.
Timberlan127 More than 1 year ago
This was a great read. It was very entertaining. I liked the closeness between all of the friends in the group. They did things together and tried to support each other. They all practiced DD relationships. Teressa, Rodger's new girl friend has a difficult time coming into this group and feeling comfortable. The other girls try to make her feel welcome. This story is an entertaining account of how Teressa navigates her journey into a DD relationship and into a new group of friends. Very enjoyable read. I received this ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. The opinions and thoughts are completely my own.
emlv More than 1 year ago
This is my honest review for my ARC copy. If you’ve read the other books in this series, you’ll feel like you’re visiting old friends. Teresa and her sister Barbara are the rather spoiled daughters of Ben. He owns the restaurant that the town folk enjoy visiting. Especially since he hired his new cook…(but that’s another tale to tell). This one is about Teresa and Roger, and how the two come together in spite of her misguided ways. She longs to be the school teacher, and all her hopes are pinned on that happening. She hits a huge snag when the position is filled by another, but all’s well that ends well. And you’ll see how true that is when you’ve enjoyed this latest book too!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Maggie Ryan. Another great love story. Teresa and Roger's story was sweet and enjoyable. Another fine addtion to the Willamette Wives series.
Suzyq260 More than 1 year ago
I received this book as an ARC for an honest review. What a great addition to the other books in this series. I purchased the others in the series when they first came out. I am glad they updated us on the others from the first 2 books. You don't need to read the first 2, but it helps so you know who the characters are. Seeing how they all end up at the Rose Ranch and become such good friends. Teresa and Roger are a hoot. She really likes to push the envelope and has not had to answer to anyone since her mother's death, her and her sister Barbara. Their food fight was hilarious. I can't wait for Barbara and Matthew's stories next. Maybe an update on the others as well.
charlotteHuelsemann More than 1 year ago
Her errant educator willanette wives series 3 maggie ryan Teresa godman and Roger Morrison start dating as soon as she turns 18. Her father Benjamin and their house keeper Catherine and sister Catherine all live together. This story is about learning how to begin a life of domestic discipline. It is a struggle but some of Rogers friends help him out. We meet again with the rest of the ranchers that banded together to create their ranch. Tessa wants to be a teacher and Roger tries to help her until she finds out the board hired one of their relatives instead of Tessa. This teacher is so mean to the children the parents kick him out and hire tessa , who by that time has become friends with the other wives . the wives all get together to help one another including tessa. This story is a typical Maggie ryan well written , you meet some old friends. This story is as much about Agatha and Wyatt, charity and james and the rest. It helps to read the first two books in this series as there are as much about the rest as there is about roger and tessa.
23Stats More than 1 year ago
Even though this is the third book in the Willamette Wives series, it is very much a stand-alone story upon itself. The newest leading lady entering into the Rose Ranch extended family is Teresa Goldman, who has caught the eye, and the heart, of Roger Morrison. Teresa has her heart set on being the Teacher at the new school being built in their town, and Roger has his heart set on taking Teresa in hand and then making her his wife. The trials and tribulations both go through in the pursuit of their desires makes for a very compelling read. This spanking romance has a great abundance of both aspects, and they are not limited to the two principal characters of the story. If you are looking for a realistic portrayal of pioneer life coupled with a sweet romance, domestic discipline and tender loving sex, then look no further for you have found it. If you haven’t read either of the first two books, you will want to after reading this one, and either way, you will likely be like me, looking forward to the next addition to the Tick-Tock Club. I received this book as an advance review copy from the Publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I received this book as an ARC read. Tessa wants to be school teacher, but circumstances change her plans. Roger wants a wife and he wants Tessa. He is also determined to turn her over his knee when needed. The 3rd book in the series, it is a stand alone, but the other couples are included in this book. This means you get bonus spanks.
Pico1 More than 1 year ago
This is a sweet story about two really nice young people who fall in love and get married – but of course, before that can happen, there are all sorts of complications along the way. Teresa is 18, and very much in love with Roger – but also anxious to become a school teacher. Roger is a rancher with three other partners, all of whom are married and living a domestic discipline lifestyle – and he is planning on the same for Teresa and himself. There are various complications, and interesting interchange with others from earlier books in the series, although this book can be read as a stand-alone.
HopeSW More than 1 year ago
I received this ARC copy in exchange for an honest review and I was thrilled when I read this book. I adored this historical western romance. Maggie Ryan always does such a wonderful job with her books and this one is no different! I loved the characters of Roger Morrison and Teresa Goldman. Roger is strong, loves the land, is hardworking, protective, loving, kind, and patient. However, patience only goes so far when the woman he loves acts like a brat or puts herself in danger. Teresa on the other hand, is used to getting her own way, has some growing up to do, is feisty, caring, strong willed, and jumps before thinking things through. Together they make quite the couple. Roger supports his "Tessa" with her dreams of becoming the town's next school teacher. When things don't go as everyone thinks they will, Teresa has to adjust her life and her expectations accordingly. Through out the ups and downs, Roger is by her side with a lot of love, support, and when needed a "warm bottom" to remind her of his expectations for the woman he loves. I highly recommend reading this delightful story!! The author has not only a strong couple but many supporting characters that only add pleasure to the story and the readers experience. The men talk and help each other understand their wives. The women develop friendships as they spend time with the children and talking about the many challenges the wives on Rose Ranch face along with the many spankings they receive. Then there are also the rest of family and friends that live and interact within the story that I found some characters to be fun and loving while others a little mean spirited. Overall, I loved this whole book with all the friendships, love, spankings, and sex scenes. While it is part of a series it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone as well. All I can say is Wow, well done!!
Goldienut More than 1 year ago
Maggie Ryan is one of my favorite authors. Teresa and Roger are dating and he lives at the Rose Ranch with Matthew. Teresa has applied for the teacher position at the new school. Tessa (teresa) gets herself in more predicaments that could endanger her health and well being. Roger keeps warning her to listen and obey, not Tessa. There is also Wyatt and Agatha, Richard and Anna, Charity and James. Of course all the women are submissive and yet still find themselves being naughty. Tessa falls into the ice because she was skating where Roger told her to stay away from and he threatens to warm her seat only to be heard by her dad Benjamin. Roger finds himself in hot water with her dad. She continues to get in trouble and so she gets in trouble with her sister Barbara after they have demolished the kitchen. Benjamin takes Barbara to the shed and after talking to Roger he gives his permission for Roger to administer punishment after Tessa agrees to marry him. She gets in more hot water for sure and he administered punishment as necessary. All of the people at the RR helped build their cabin and they helped them with food and everything else that they would need. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
Joller More than 1 year ago
In this 3rd installment, Maggie Ryan details the love story between Tessa and Roger, as he educates her in the ways of a dominant man. There is a lot of story line devoted to characters from the first two books in the series, which I love! I actually missed reading book 2, but the author gives enough background that I didn’t feel lost (although I have since ordered book 2!) As always, Maggie Ryan’s story is well written. While the book didn’t detail as much passion as His Passionate Pioneer (mostly because Tessa and Roger are courting throughout most of the book), I thoroughly enjoyed the story and the love and support Roger shows Tessa as she seeks to become both a teacher and his wife. I received an ARC copy from the publisher for an honest review.
Dyane More than 1 year ago
Maggie Ryan has written another great book. This western tells the love story of Tessa and Roger. Tessa aspires to be a school teacher, Roger teaches her that she still has many lessons to learn, most which occur over his knee. Both the discipline and love scenes are mild to moderate. The book is lighthearted, humorous, entertaining, and uplifting. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Dyane More than 1 year ago
Maggie Ryan has written another great book. This western tells the love story of Tessa and Roger. Tessa aspires to be a school teacher, Roger teaches her that she still has many lessons to learn, most which occur over his knee. Both the discipline and love scenes are mild to moderate. The book is lighthearted, humorous, entertaining, and uplifting. I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
AGS More than 1 year ago
Absolutely delightful read! This is the third book in this series and I would recommend that you read the previous books prior to this one as this book builds upon the characters and situations that were introduced/occurred in the previous books. I really enjoyed this story of Roger and Teresa’ relationship in addition to receiving updates on the previous three couples’ relationships. These couples, along with their supporting family and friends, make a wonderful extended family. These books show you that even the worst situations can be resolved in a positive manner. Please note, I received this book from the publisher in exchange for this my honest review.
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
I THINK YOU CAN HANDLE ANYTHING LIFE THROWS AT YOU What a great addition to the Willamette Wives Book Series where we get to see so many of the characters that we have already learned to love. The books will read as a standalone, but even better when read in order. The plot of the story is the relationship, courtship, and marriage between Teresa Goldman and Roger Morrison. Tessa, as he calls her, has a tendency to be a bit strong-willed and lets her attitude and temper get her into serious trouble. Roger proves that he loves her, enough to take her in hand when she acts out or puts herself in danger. Teresa has always wanted to be a school teacher and now that the new schoolhouse is completed, she is waiting to be asked to teach but gets a huge shock and disappointment. I love how the wives of the other men from The Double R (Rose Ranch) show her friendship and offer guidance. We see more of the characters from previous books, and other budding relationships. I look forward to more stories in this series.