Friday, 13 July 2018

Book Release

I'm honoured to have written a book with one of my favourite authors - Loki Renard! 

Loki Renard's books were some of the first I read in this genre and I fell in love with Captain Savage (have you read that series? Check it out - it's awesome!) years ago. So teaming up with her to write this book was a pretty awesome experience ☺

Loki is a fellow Kiwi and together, we've written the hottest Kiwi whip-cracking horse-riding daddy-dom EVER!!

In it's first week of release it hit the #1 Bestseller New Release for Action & Adventure Romance and got the #2 spot in Western Romance as well!
Exciting!



Here's the blurb: 

She's as headstrong as any filly he's ever broken, but soon she'll call him daddy.

Sam Cooper needs a capable hand for his working farm and trail trekking business, not a spoiled city girl who doesn't know a horse from a hamster. Instead, he finds himself saddled with a mouthy, disobedient little spitfire in desperate need of his firm hand applied to her bare bottom.

When she fled Christchurch in the aftermath of a deadly earthquake, Marnie Sawyer figured anywhere would be better than the broken city, until she ended up under the roof--and over the knee--of a man every bit as rugged as the alpine wilderness in which he makes his home.

Marnie isn't sure what is more shocking, Sam's willingness to scold and spank her like a little girl, or the way her body responds when he takes her in his arms and makes her his own. But leaving isn't an option, and though it makes her blush to admit it, she needs a daddy who isn't afraid to use his whip to break her in and teach her what it means to belong to him completely.

And like all my books:  Daddy's Whip includes spankings and sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don't buy it.

2 comments:

  1. Congratulations to you and Loki Kelly! This sounds like an awesome read :)

    Hugs
    Roz

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    1. Thank you Roz! It is pretty awesome, but I'm probably a bit biased, too ;)

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