When hardened gunslinger Tucker Prescott is tasked with bringing law and order back to a town overrun by a gang of criminals, he quickly realizes that his biggest challenge won't be the villainous McGill brothers. The one who will truly put him to the test is Dolly Baker, the beautiful, feisty 22-year-old daughter of the man who hired him.
From the moment she barges into his cabin uninvited, Tucker knows Dolly is going to be trouble, and it isn't long before she tests his patience one time too many and earns herself a sound spanking. The embarrassing chastisement gets her attention, but it will take quite a bit more than a few smacks on the bottom to teach her obedience, and the more he sees of Dolly, the more Tucker is forced to admit that he would love to be the man to properly tame her.
Tucker didn't come to Spring Junction to keep a woman in line, however, he came to deal with the McGill brothers and their gang. He has a plan to do just that, but it will depend on his quick wits as much as his quick draw, and despite his best efforts Tucker can't get Dolly off his mind. Can he bring the outlaws to justice and make her his bride before she drives him to distraction?
Tucker's Justice is an erotic romance novel that includes sexual scenes and spankings. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book.
©2016 Maggie Carpenter / Stormy Night Publications (P)2016 Maggie Carpenter / Stormy Night Publications
I LOVED THIS AUDIO BOOK!!! From the beginning, I fell in love with the narrator's voice. Mr. Daniel Dorse sounded exactly like I had imagined Tucker Prescott's voice would sound like when I read this book the first time on my kindle. Yes, I said the first time. I admit that I loved it so much that I read it twice. Naturally, as I started listening to the audio version, I fell in love again with the no nonsense, take charge, handsome hired gunman Tucker Prescott. Tucker was hired by the mayor of Spring Junction to restore law and order to the once peaceful town, which can only happen if and when he can remove the McGill gang for good. The gang had been terrorizing the residents and business owners for so long that most were thinking of packing up and moving on. The Sheriff was apparently enforcing no law and maintaining no order as far as folks could tell. When Tucker arrived he was given a cabin to stay in and a few horses to use as needed, all conveniently located outside of town. It was on the mayor's property but well away from the large home occupied by the mayor, his daughter, and the woman who helped him raise her after his wife died. Tucker had insisted on complete isolation while doing his job. He clearly did not have time nor did he need the distraction of trying to protect any women who might be in or near his cabin. Getting rid of the McGill gang was going to be a challenge, but Tucker truly understood the term challenge when the beautiful, feisty, sassy mayor's daughter Dolly Baker burst uninvited into his cabin right after he first arrived. Not only was she disrespectful, she was argumentative and in dire need of good spanking. After the threat of being put over his knee and sent away, Dolly stumbled on an opportunity to get even with the bossy but handsome gunman. This leads to the first of many trips over Tucker's knee for Dolly. I've heard that curiosity killed the cat. Curiosity didn't kill Dolly but it certainly turned her bottom a pretty shade of crimson and Tucker enjoyed every smack. The characters in this book are amazing. I especially loved sweet, kind, wise old Father O'Brian, Tucker's friend and aide in gathering information, and if Mr. Dorse isn't a true Irishman with his authentic thick Irish brogue, I'll kiss your Barney stone! This is an extraordinary story and as you hear Tucker attempt to tame Dolly and the town of Spring Junction, I hope you'll be as impressed with Maggie Carpenter's talent and imagination as I am. Tucker Prescott's plan is ingenious and will blow your socks off! I'll be listening to this one again (with my husband) this weekend. Thanks Ms. Carpenter, for the hours of awesome entertainment!!!
Tucker is a cowboy with strong characteristic but has a soft & romantic side in him. The story makes you get excited and want to know what's the next plan/step that he's planning! Personally, I think that the story is really uniquely romantic with lots of action too. Loved the way he treated Dolly and of course their naughty little happy ending!!! Hope there's a continuous story of them after this one! Though I don't really like husky voices narrator but Daniel Dorse narrated and expressed the story very well. Those who loves husky voice would love it! Thank you Maggie for writing such wonderful books and Daniel Dorse for narrating so amazingly!
I really liked the narration part of the audio from Mr. Dorse, however, as often with male narrators, the women's voices are not as good as the male voices. With his dusty-voice, it was difficult to get into the female voices.
I liked the part when Tucker first followed through with his threat.
An old western romance with a hot cowboy, Tucker. This guy has some secrets. Former bad guy, he is now a peace-maker for hire. Right, not a traditional or sworn-in sheriff, but he has his own methods of cleaning up a town. Because he is not an officer of the law, his unusual methods are in play, and very successful. You're gonna have to read or listen to find out just what those methods are.
Dolly is the daughter of the man who hired Tucker. She is spoiled, feisty, rash, and gorgeous. The man tries to resist the pretty young woman, and when that fails, teaching her manners seem to be his next option. She obviously wasn't spanked enough as a child. He'd just have to fix that. (Don't mistake this as a sexual spanking—this is strictly discipline)
Tucker has his hands full, or rather he'd like to have his hands full of Dolly, but he has a job to do and she is distracting him. This is a fun, interesting read (or listen if you get the audio version as I did). A unique type of lawman for sure. While not a steamy book, it is not strictly PG either, so beware whichever way you like your books. It is a romance and as such the ending is satisfactory. Still, knowing a romance ends happily, doesn't make the journey any less enjoyable. Read it or listen—better yet both.
A recommend from me.
I voluntarily reviewed this audio and I have not been compensated in any way.
Maggie Carpenter tells a great story in Tucker's Justice.
I love her books and this is no different.
It is the first Audio book I have listened to and found it difficult at first but soon enjoyed the experience.
Tucker is a reformed outlaw with mysterious ways.
He was asked to Spring Junction by Duke Baker to help clean up the town.
Ever since gold was discovered the town has been plagued by a gang of outlaws.Its not long before Tucker's starts to work his magic ridding the town one outlaw at a time.
Dolly Baker is captivated by Tucker and can't seem to keep away from him.Dolly finds herself over Tucker's knee often for ignoring his orders.
This story has it all,a feisty female,a strong alpha cowboy,laughter and intrigue.
Tucker was definitely your gun slinging problem fixer. He rides into town to do a job and gets more than he expects. Dolly sure was spoiled. Switching in mere moments from bratty young girl to a sassy minx. Dolly confronted with Tucker's brashness and willingness to show her "justice", just acted out more. How Tucker survived both Dolly and outmaneuvered the villains was great.
This was the first audiobook I've listened to by Daniel Dorse. He was the perfect "old west" voice for both Tucker and the narration. It was hard to get in the groove with the female voices. With the narrator's whiskey old style voice, this book was not a good choice for a driving commute. The book is better listened to while sitting back and doing something that doesn't take a lot of attention.
I was given a free audiobook of "Tucker's Justice" in exchange for an honest review. It took me a while to get into this story despite the spanking near the beginning. I was expecting something more on the lines of "His Willful Bride", but what I got was more a guy-cleans-up-western-town story. If you're getting this for the sex, there's quite literally one consummated sex scene at the very end. There are a few spankings and a few masturbation scenes interspersed with a pretty good story if you're into westerns. The one thing that just kept bugging the crap out of me was the "voice" the narrator chose for Dolly. I do realize that it's hard for a male to mimic a female voice without sounding silly, but his breathy and whiny intonation was distracting. Overall, I'm glad I stuck with the story because it did get more exciting as it went on. Strangely enough though, I think I'd like it more if I had read it rather than listened to it.
Wow! what an amazing story. Tucker is a gunslinger that has been asked to clear a town of some very bad criminals. Dolly is the daughter of the unofficial mayor of the town. When the two of them meet sparks fly. The story really lends itself to audio. It was sweet, sassy, funny and very, very unique. Tucker's way of dealing with trouble, both the criminals and Dolly, was a hoot! This story is one of the best I have listened to on audio. The narrator is fabulous and does a great job with all the different voices in the story. I did not want to stop listening. Looking forward to the next book in the series.
I plan on purchasing this book. I think I will enjoy it more. I do feel like there was a good storyline. But, the narration took so much away from the story, I had to give it a some thought before I wrote my review. I reached the conclusion that I wanted and needed to read the book. I shouldn't have had to put that much effort into trying to determine whether or not the book was good.
Therefore, it pains me to say that I really, really did not like the narration. The narrator's voice made me think more of an old dusty man as opposed to a hot, sexy cowboy. Because his voice created this image in my head, by the time he got to the first spanking, I was honestly kind of creeped out.
When he switched over to Dolly's voice, it was just strange. It took me out of the story and made me think of some strange man trying to imitate a young girl. I didn't care for Dolly at all, but I'm not sure if it was because of her personality, or the way the narrator read her character.
I have listened to other audio books narrated by a man. He did a "cowboy" voice, and both the male and female voices. I never got the sense of an old man or a creepy man imitating a woman. It didn't taken me out of the story.
I would recommend you listen for yourself. You may find the narrator's rendition is to your liking. I just couldn't connect the cover photo to the voice.
I did receive this audiobook for free in exchange for an honest review
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