She's No Angel

She's No Angel

by Angela R. Sargenti

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The day Dr. David Lethbridge stops to rescue a damsel in distress is the day his life changes forever. He and Lisa bond right away and sparks fly immediately. But then she reveals a startling secret to him, and David wonders if it�s worth it to stay with her.

That is, until she proposes a novel solution to their problem--spanking!

Can David take charge and tame the lovely Lisa, or will her dark desires destroy their budding relationship?

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BN ID: 2940150615489
Publisher: Blushing Press
Publication date: 11/21/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 698 KB

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She's No Angel 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
K. Tyler: Lisa is very promiscuous and after a terrible accident she meets Dr. Lethbridge. They fall into a strange arrangement that continues her negative behavior patterns. She seeks punishments. This was a rather uncomfortable story to finish. I prefer romance and this was the opposite.
Redrabbitt More than 1 year ago
Lisa is one messed up pain slut This story is really about a seriously messed up Lisa, who admits to sleeping with at least 25 different men and that she cheats on all of them. She is rescued by Dr. David Lethbridge after the vehicle she and one of her lovers, Brian, plunges over the cliffs into the water, where he is killed. David goes back to her  family's home, along with her grandfather and they have sex, as if this is normal behavior.  Lisa has no moral compass, is a pain slut and spanko.  Why does David stays with her? She leads him to believe that she is screwing around all the time with former lovers, trying to make him punish her.  How you can say you care for or love someone and act like a whore all the time just isn't comprehendible. If you are into spanking, be honest about it but don't make up lies and hurt people and then say, "I'm a naughty girl and need to be taught a lesson" to get your fix. I can't say I liked anyone in this story, or even the storyline, the black people in this story sound illiterate and reads more like speech you would read in a mid-1800's story.  I have read other stories by this author and enjoyed them, but cannot say that about this story at all.