In a bygone time where men demand discipline and women are given few rights – young, untouched, and beautiful Lady Morgana Moress finds herself being shipped off for 'obedience' training after publicly humiliating her father one too many times... The innocent lass doesn't know it yet, but the rickety carriage she finds herself tossed in is being sent to the home of an oldeIn a bygone time where men demand discipline and women are given few rights – young, untouched, and beautiful Lady Morgana Moress finds herself being shipped off for 'obedience' training after publicly humiliating her father one too many times... The innocent lass doesn't know it yet, but the rickety carriage she finds herself tossed in is being sent to the home of an older, mysterious man, one known simply as Baron Broodclaw. A rich and handsome fellow, living in a secluded manor on the outskirts of a dark forest, who believes there is nothing his stern hand, along with Lady Morgana's bare buttocks, and some bright red discipline can't remedy... It will be her first time ever experiencing such a wanton encounter... and not one she is likely to forget! But will the ill-mannered girl allow herself to be tamed by his strict methods?...
|Title||:||sent to the baron|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||133 Pages|
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sent to the baron Reviews
Truly dreadful.This book intrigued me and I started reading it straight away, any intrigue soon disappeared as it became apparent this was a dreadful book featuring a truly horrible young lady.It's told in the first person and set in the Victorian era and I'm sorry to say I couldn't finish it, I really struggled to get to 32%. On top of everything else it mentions Morgana taking long hot showers, were homes fitted with showers at this time? Lady Morgana Moress is a beautiful nineteen year old who's been sent for obedience training. The Baron Broodclaw is the man assigned with this task. Now I have to say whenever I read a book like this I always want the main couple to end up together, I'm a hopeless romantic and when I started this book I wanted Morgana to realise the error of her ways and the baron to realise he'd found the one woman he couldn't live without, I quickly changed my mind as I didn't feel anyone deserved to end up with Morgana.She refers to the Baron as "You foul cretin.......you old goat!"Now the Baron is an incredibly handsome man in his early thirties yet she says "Are you blind, old goat?....Are you deaf as well?"The next morning a maid comes to tend to her "Who are you?" Says Morgana "I said who are you, old hag?......A bit daft, are you?"I think I could have put up with Morgana if it had been written better but I was cringing through the part I did read so it was a DNF for me and while I wouldn't normally consider reviewing a book I hadn't finished I couldn't find any other reviews I thought I'd give some idea of what to expect.
i did not finish this book, because I didn't like it at all. At the description they should put a warning that it is very explicit and not every one would like it.