Male Order Bride

Male Order Bride

by Carolyn Faulkner, Blushing Books

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BN ID: 2940150196179
Publisher: Blushing Books Publications
Publication date: 12/13/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 134,611
File size: 596 KB

About the Author

The words "spanking" and "discipline" have always sent a shiver up Carolyn Faulkner's spine.

She knows she's not alone.

Writing started as a way to explore her feelings. Soon short stories flowed from her pen featuring reluctant heroes taking the leading lady in hand, but always for her own good.

Today Carolyn is the author of dozens of books. She writes from her home in Maine, where she lives with her husband and leading man.

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Male Order Bride 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. The characters were likable and believable. reading as the characters grew and developed was fun, I laughed and cried. I didn't want it to end. A other great read by Ms. Faulkner. just a not if you are a fan of ms faulkners writing this story is more of a dd and less hardcore than some of ms faulkners books very lovely
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
wonderful. This story had everything--drama, humor, sadness, and joy. LOVE her books. I have read most of them; though I do like the rougher ones best. I don't like a lot of sentimentality but in this story it fit. The heroin was sweet and spunky and the hero was aloof, hard and soft--just the way I like my men!!! The only criticism I have though is with the vast number of books she's written, you'd think there would be better editing--why there was a place the sentence didn't finish--annoying; not to mention some pronouns used incorrectly. Highly recommend anyway.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
102 pages for a book that cost over 5 dollars. Authors should be required to put number of pages BEFORE you buy!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok enough said
MarybethR More than 1 year ago
I like most of Carolyn Faulkner’s books.  This is no exception.  Jayne reads a classified ad placed by Retrieve Jensen.  He is looking for a wife to come live on his ranch in Montana.  Jayne is intrigued by his ad and answers it.  Trieve is intrigued by her letter and the picture she sent along.  He calls her and invites her to come out and visit for a month to see how they get along.  Jayne packs up and flies out for the visit. When she gets there, she sees the amount of neglect the house has. But, she just pitches in and starts cleaning and cooking.  Of course, she gets her first spanking because she takes up her own luggage that he decrees is too heavy for her to lift.  And, thereafter she gets spanked, soundly, for a variety of different things.  This is a great story by Carolyn Faulkner.  The spankings are well written and described. I give this story 5 stars.    
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was one sexy little spanking story! I loved every word of it! The way that Jayne and Trieve acted (and re-acted) to each other was perfect! The sparks definitely flew between the two of them. I read it from beginning to end in one sitting!! Very fun!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Trieve owns a ranch in Montana that he puts every dime and every bit of himself into trying to return it to its past glory. Realizing that his efforts are for noone except himself and that he doesn't have any heirs, he puts an ad in the paper for a wife. Jayne sees the ad and though she can't explain it, she must respond. Trieve sees her picture and knows she is too little, too gentle to be the wife of a rancher and yet he must let her come for a trial. The month teaches them both a great deal and Jayne learns that when he said he wanted no nonsense - he not only meant it, he had the ability to remind her of that - on her bottom.
Lauralei0 More than 1 year ago
Jayne Clarkson's friend Kendall shows her an ad in the paper for a wife.  Though it is short and to the point it piques her interest and she responds.  Trieve Jensen is a no nonsense Montana rancher (Insert here a mans man).  After talking on the phone they decide that Jayne will come to Montana for a month and see how it goes. There are ups and downs, ins and outs, smoking hot spankings and sex just what we have all come to expect from a Carolyn Faulkner book.  This is one of her sweeter books that has you devouring the pages as quickly as possible.  I loved the book from beginning to end.  
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
Twenty First Century Mail Order Bride A different spin on a mail order bride story for modern age. Trieve Jensen doesn't have time to do the normal courtship with a woman and places a very bold and to the point ad in newspapers.  Jayne Clarkson’s friend Kenni shows her the no nonsense ad, making fun of it, but it set Jayne into motion answering it. The interaction between Trieve and Jayne comes with multiple spankings and some love scenes too. But are they both foolish and give up on each other at the end of the month rather than share their true feelings and talk it over. Trieve has too many skeletons in his closet that are still haunting him and Jayne has enough sense not to push her luck with him, even to the point of her health taking a beating after her return to Vermont. I love how the story ended. 
_SH More than 1 year ago
Oh, Carolyn Faulkner has done it again! Really, who could be surprised by that?! Jayne takes a chance to try to find her happiness and Retrieve takes a risk to find the woman of his dreams. There are quite a few bumps in the road but I adored the ending!! Fantastic read!!