The O'Malley Brides by Stevie MacFarlane
Detective Rory O'Malley wasn't looking for trouble when he found Theresa Martinez sleeping on a park bench three times in one week. He had enough problems trying to keep his sisters out of harm's way.
Frustrated and annoyed, he did something he had never done before; he put a total stranger over his knee, roasted her ass, impounded her car, and carted her off to his mothers.
Welcomed with open arms by his large family, soon everyone came to love Tess, including Rory. Sweet, soft Tess was not a good match for hard ass, dominant Rory but to Rory, it was not a question of if she would submit to him, but when.
It was really very simple; he had to have her, all of her, completely and forever.
Bridget, the youngest O'Malley offspring, is on the prowl, looking for the perfect man and the last thing she wanted was a man like her brothers or brothers-in-law! As far as she was concerned they were bossy, over-protective Neanderthals who believed the husband ruled the house.
No, Bridget has her own criteria. The young intern, working in her brother-in-law, Nick Kord's law office, might just fit the bill.
The tall, impeccably dressed, soft spoken geek has possibilities.
Bridget was not adverse to what she considered a 'project' boyfriend that she could mold and shape into the perfect guy. Teasing him unmercifully, she tests him again and again and each time he passes the 'spanking test' and controls his temper.
Unfortunately, appearances can be deceiving and Bridget gets more than she bargained for.
It seems even a mild-mannered geek with thick glasses and pocket protectors can be pushed past his limit.