Widow Devney Jenkins needs to remarry and quickly. Not only is she sought after for the vast ranch her husband left her, but she's remarkably still a virgin. She's quite a prize for any money-grubbing bachelor. She married her first husband out of sheer desperation, and it got her seven years of isolation and loneliness. It was not something she wished to repeat, so she decided to forge her own path. But that was impossible in Liberty, Montana, with the strict rules regarding the protection of women. And she learns those rules firsthand.
Cowboy Sam Bridger takes one look at Devney Jenkins and decides his bachelor days are over. He doesn't need Devney's land or money; he wants her maidenhead. No other man will touch her. She is his. The only person who stands in the way of this is Devney herself. Sam needs to take control of Devney's body in order to sway her mind toward marriage. Once achieved, his full domination of her body begins. Devney doesn't give in easily. She must learn through sound spankings and very pleasurable carnal rewards that being under Sam's control is everything she's ever wanted.
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A reviewer at Guilty Indulgence Review Site. I don't go anywhere without a book -ebook or audiobook.
Vanessa Vale does historical erotica good. If you are looking for a spicy hot story, this series does not disappoint. Set in a fictional town with unusual marital practices, this spicy tale is heat inducing! With more subservient women of that time period, the premise was easy to accept. This book was lacking as much detail on the woman's transition to married life that were included in the first two books but it was still sexy, sexy, sexy.
The narrators were the best yet in the series. I still didn't like the way the male spoke - he wasn't believable, almost awkward with the words. But it still worked okay.
If you aren't afraid of erotica and are looking for a spicy audio book, Dominating Devney is a good choice. Its quick, spicy and oh so good. But I'd start with book one since there's references to the other characters throughout the book.
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