The Sons of Johnny Hastings Box Set is a pure delight. Unlike many sets, each of these stories is written by a different author. The men are half-brothers and their pursuit of true love is detailed in each separate story.
Any one of these stories can stand alone and there are no cliffhangers. Different authors lend different nuances to each story. The men come from all walks of life and their lady loves do as well. But the ladies in question do share one trait: they refuse to be tamed.
Lawman, outlaw, blacksmith and more; the sons of Johnny Hastings come from different worlds but all have strong feelings about protecting women. I thoroughly enjoyed this set.
The romance was touching and sexy. Each love story was unique but the emotions were so real. The domestic discipline aspect in the stories was mild and well written. Sexy spankings intermingle with more serious discipline. All five stories mesh at the end and quite a tale is told. I highly recommend this entire series and I think it’s a good place to start if you're new to 'spanking' romance.
Johnny Hastings was gambler and a womanizer. He fathers five sons from five different women. The men have no idea about this until a letter arrives. The letter finds each of the men in love. The books in this set tell the stories of these men and how they find their soul mates. Its rough road but love and discipline will make it possible.
Five full-length novels by five of Blushing Books most popular authors:
The Lawman’s Lesson by Patty Devlin
Choose one of the two men, or take the return ticket and head home. It wasn’t much of a choice. Celia had worked and studied so hard to have a school of her own. And she had known that they might be a little upset. She knew exactly what they had wanted. It was stated very clearly in the advertisement and she could probably read and write better than anyone one of them.
The Blacksmith’s Bride by Patricia Green
Sunny Winslow knows exactly what she wants in a man. When she meets the blacksmith in her new home, Abel Armstrong, she's immediately hooked. Unfortunately, her mother has other plans for her that do not include a blacksmith. Her mother is determined to tie Sunny to a rich town counselor. Sunny is desperate to escape the counselor, so she embarks on a series of schemes to get what she wants.
The Outlaw’s Bride by Renee Rose
Mabelle Lawson had been managing her dead sister’s ranch without help for three months. The last thing she needs is a band of outlaws showing up and pushing her around. The Curly James gang members have no patience for her sass, and when their leader attempts to strike her with his fist, one of his men volunteers to spank her instead. She wants to hate the good-looking outlaw, but he seems to have her well-being at heart, even risking his life to protect her from the other men.
Unjustly accused of murder, Sam Pride is on the run and his luck worsens when he tangles with the Curly James gang. The only bright spot is the little spitfire rancher who steals his heart with her courage and spunk. When the two set off together for Cheyenne and then Denver, sparks fly and their magnetic connection grows.
The Juniper Bride by Maddie Taylor
Emmalee Gray watches in frustration as her fiancé boards a train west. Told to stay behind and prepare for their wedding, Em has other ideas. She doesn’t want to remain with home without him, especially with her witch of a step- mother and a papa, who barely knows she exists. She’d much rather risk Clint’s wrath and follow him. Her plan, to stay hidden until she gets far enough away from Boston he wouldn’t dare send her back alone. Then she can enjoy some private time and maybe a little adventure with her gorgeous fiancé, in advance of their nuptials. Clinton
To Have and to Scold by Mary Wehr
Annie’s sweet on her neighbor, Matthew Caine, but the stern rancher treats her like a bratty child instead of a woman. Each encounter always ends with a trip over his knee.?Matthew’s fed up with Annie’s childish behavior. Her latest prank ruined a brand new pair of boots! While he sets her britches on fire, he refers to her as a nuisance and warns her to leave him alone. For once in her life, Annie obeys.