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Mail Order Bride: Spanked Into Submission

Elle London

Publisher: 25 Eagles Romance

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Her cheeks flushed red as she spread her legs and awaited her new husband's instructions...

 
When Debbie is betrothed to a man she's never met, West, she's more nervous than excited to meet him. She's surprised to find out he's a muscular, handsome, and rich cowboy, but that's not the only surprise West has in store for her. Soon she finds herself being stripped of not just her clothing but her previous life as West dominates her completely.

 
From the train, to the chapel, to his house in a single day - West has everything set up, and wastes no time in letting her know exactly what her duties as his wife will be.

 
All Debbie can do is hold on and try not to let the pleasure and pain overwhelm her.

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