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The Lord's Scandalous Bride

(The third book in the Victorian Correction series)
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When she is sent by her employer to the room of his esteemed guest, Lord Nele Lourcy, with the expectation that she will submit to him in any way he pleases, Susan Grant has no idea what is in store for her. To her surprise, she soon finds herself not only receiving a humiliating bare-bottom spanking, but confessing to years of naughtiness and wanton behavior as well.

Lord Nele is not the type of man who would be expected to take more than a passing interest in a girl like Susan, but as she pours out her story he feels all but compelled to make her his own. He takes her in his arms and vows to guide her back to the path of virtue, chastising her firmly when needed but rewarding her obedience with pleasure unlike anything she has felt before.

Neither Nele's family nor the rest of London society respond kindly to a lord taking a fallen woman as his bride, however, and soon the unlikely couple are forced to flee to America. But when danger follows them across the ocean, will Nele decide that Susan isn't worth the trouble, or will he keep her at his side--and in his bed--no matter the scandal it creates?

Publisher's Note:The Lord's Scandalous Bride is the third book of the Victorian Correction series. The books of the Victorian Correction series are stand-alone works which can be read in any order. The Lord's Scandalous Bride includes spankings and sexual scenes. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book.

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