Fresh out of Mrs. Pettigrew’s School for Young Ladies, Amelia Westcott and her two best friends are ready for adventure.  Suddenly a life filled with social obligations and meaningless gossip seems unappealing.  On a whim, the girls investigate the phenomena of young women heading west to marry, and Amelia is captivated by the freedom such a decision offers.

Hugh Jordon needs a wife.  The severe shortage of women in the Pacific Northwest makes advertising for a bride seem reasonable. As long as he finds a wife who is the exact opposite of his tempestuous mother, he’ll be well-satisfied. Studying the applicants, he chooses one that seems to best fit his needs, and delegates his head clerk with the critical task of sending polite rejections to the others. Unfortunately, most of them never get the letter Hugh anticipated and soon the brides descend, all expecting to marry the same man!
Amelia is horrified and realizes that the adage “marry in haste, repent at leisure” has never been more true. How could he do that to her? What sort of man was he, to propose to so many women? She simply must have their wedding annulled and return to Massachusetts at once.
Hugh has other ideas. In his opinion, the perfect place for his new bride to learn about faith, loyalty and commitment is in his home and firmly over his knee!

Amelia: The Marriage Market Book One” is a spicy historical romance with domestic discipline themes, including the old-fashioned spanking of adult women.  If such themes disturb you, please do not buy “Amelia.”

Amelia: The Marriage Market, Book One is available exclusively on Amazon this weekend for a special, new release sale price of $2.99.  

 

On Monday, it will be available everywhere else (Blushing Books & Barnes & Noble)…but at the regular price of $4.99.  Don’t miss this chance to get this HOT new release for almost half-off!

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New series from BEST SELLING author Cerise Noble:

With her home in desperate danger, Nanette is her family’s last hope.  Can she escape with her younger sister to see her safely through the wilderness to Caledonia, the world’s last pocket of civilization?

 

The journey is long and harsh, and while Nanette does her best, after several months, the sisters are hungry, dirty, and their meager supplies are running thin.   Nanette breaks their cover just once, and manages to catch a few small fish, but as a result both are captured.

 

Nanette fights to protect her sister, although her actions are useless against the wall of strong men. One man, Jeffery, admires her spirit, and he asks his leader if he can keep her as his slave.

 

Suzanna, below the age of enslavement, finds herself adopted into a new family, where she is welcomed and protected but Nanette is given to her captor, where she learns that anything other than immediate and absolute obedience is dealt with swiftly and severely.

 

At first, she tries to make the best of a bad situation, but soon Nanette comes to crave his touch and to find comfort in his discipline, and with this comes the horrible realization that she may never be more than his slave.

 

Nanette’s Capture,” is a capture romance, set in a post-apocalyptic world.  It features the enslavement of adult women, BDSM and spanking elements, and erotic slavery themes.   If such themes offend you, please do not buy Nanette’s Capture.

Nanette’s Capture is available exclusively on Amazon this weekend for a special, new release sale price of $2.99.  

 

On Monday, it will be available everywhere else (Barnes & Noble, etc.)…but at the regular price of $4.99.  Don’t miss this chance to get this sweet new release for almost half-off!

Now available (exclusively) at:
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