Emma's Surrender

  • by Amelia Smarts
  • Narrated by Jack Barclay
  • 5 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

When 20-year-old Emma Brookstone arrives in the town of Bannack, Montana, she seeks out the local marshal, intending to enlist his help in uncovering the truth regarding her father's murder two years earlier. Upon meeting the marshal, however, she is shocked and dismayed to discover that he is none other than the man who gunned her father down that fateful night.
Though Clive Brookstone was an evil man who needed killing, the knowledge that he left a young woman orphaned tore at Nathan Haskin's conscience from the moment he pulled the trigger, and he has secretly provided for Emma's needs since that day. Certain that hearing about her father's legacy of lawless violence would break her heart, he concealed it from her, but now that she has returned to Bannack her persistence eventually prompts him to tell her the full story.
To make matters more complicated, Nathan finds his desire to protect Emma quickly growing into a powerful need to tame and possess her, and when her foolish behavior puts her safety at risk he doesn't hesitate to take her in hand and spank her soundly. His stern chastisement leaves her furious yet helplessly aroused, and it isn't long before he claims her hard and thoroughly.
In her heart, Emma knows what Nathan tells her is true - that her father's death was just - but writhing in ecstasy as she is utterly dominated by the man who killed him fills her with shame nonetheless, and she does her best to deny her lust for the handsome marshal. Will the day ever come when she can put aside the past and surrender herself fully to the man she once hated?
Publisher's Note: Emma's Surrender includes sexual scenes and spankings. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book.

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Had potential, but missed the mark...

I think one of the problems I had was that this was such a short book. I find that in shorter novels, there just isnt any depth of story and things speed along at a really unrealistically rapid pace. The writing was seemingly novice, which was a surprise since I see she has several books.

The story is about Emma who witnesses her father get murdered. The man that did it sent her away to live in a safe place and took care of her financially though she didnt know that. She comes back a couple years later to find out what had happened, only to find that the killer is the respected sheriff. He isnt a bad man, but I did NOT like that whole "you must behave or I will punish you" thing he had going on. I'm not a particular fan of dominance role playing, but respect that some people do. In this story, however, it was less role playing, and more a jerk who wants control in all things, and a weak woman with daddy issues allowing herself to be controlled. The interactions often lead to sex (the words that were chosen for the sex scenes made me gag... "Cunny" for the female genitalia... really?") but the dominance in sex was secondary to his dominance in life. Abusive even. Some people may like that, just not my cup of tea.

The narrator is very VERY new I think. His reading was lilting and stilted, and seemed untrained. There is definitely potential though, he had some really wonderful qualities, I just think he needs some more training. I think this is more blamed on the editors and the director though. They should have recognized his inexperience and helped him to be more successful. I was gifted this book and said I would leave a review, I just wish I could leave a better one.
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Hot spanking western suspense

This is the first time I've read Amelia Smarts it won't be the last. I enjoyed it very much but I could put it down. It was to short for everything that was happening, it seems abit rushed.
The narration was very good.
This audiobook was given to me for free at my request from the publisher or author and I provided this voluntary review.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-20-2017
  • Publisher: Amelia Smarts