On her way to marry a man she's never met, Susannah's stagecoach is robbed by a tall, dark-haired outlaw. When she tries to stop him, her struggles only lead to a humiliating bare-bottom spanking at his hands. Eventually, he lets her go, but she can't stop thinking of him, even dreaming about him right up to her wedding day.
In fact, her new groom looks a lot like the black-haired rogue...
Jesse Oberon Wilder made a bet with his brother that he could marry by summer. That gives him enough time to carry out his plan to destroy the man who's threatened his family. But when his plans lead him to rob his mail order bride's stagecoach, he realizes that not everything can be solved by riding a horse or shooting a gun.
Will Jesse's plans of revenge cost him the woman of his dreams? Or can true love tame a rogue?
This stand-alone book is set in the 1860s Wild West and contains domestic discipline scenes, including over-the-knee spankings with a hand and a quirt.
The Rocky Mountain Bride Series follows the lives of mail order brides and the strong frontier men who take them in hand.
The entire team could see that Crump and Makenna were in love with each other, but would those two ever come to realize it for themselves? Makenna went into the military straight from high school and was trained as an assassin... Until she started questioning the assignments she was given; then she found herself the target of another assassin. She turned to Sam Parker and Amos Linville for help, and when they left Special Ops and opened an agency to protect people who needed protection, they recruited her. Crump was a Police Detective whose wife and child were murdered by a man he put in prison. The one thing that they had in common was that neither of them thought they were good marriage material. None of that stopped Crump from deciding to put the headstrong Makenna over his knee for a hearty spanking after she went after Sam and Amos's enemy all by herself. Makenna was captured, and if not for Sam's wife, Tandy, Makenna would have been tortured and killed. Makenna was wallowing in guilt for being so foolish, but she wouldn't accept help from a man who claimed he needed no help whatsoever in chasing away his own demons. Would it be possible to fall in love with a man who wasn't terrified of an assassin? Would it be possible to prove to Makenna that her past had nothing to do with the woman she was now?