Wynter's Waif

South Dakota Dreams Book 3

"Wynter’s Waif" is an emotionally challenging read. The effects of a divorce on caring parents is explored. Lily resents and despises her ex’s lawyer. The author conveys that loathing so clearly. When she has to deal with him during her friend’s wedding, sparks fly. Sam feels bad for Lily but believes he was just doing his job. He definitely doesn’t hate her. In fact, after spending time with her, he's a goner. The journey that follows is difficult and very emotional. Lily and Sam have fantastic chemistry. This is a domestic discipline story so be aware that there are adult spankings, but the spankings are relatively mild. I really enjoyed this story and was hooked until the very end.

The Story: When Lily and her husband were divorced, an expert custody lawyer won very liberal visitation for her ex. She is forced to spend the holidays without her son. Luckily her best friend was getting married so she would be busy. Unfortunately the best man was none other than ‘horrible’ lawyer who cost her her son’s time.

Book Blurb for Wynter's Waif


There he sits, my ex-husband's lawyer. My son is spending Christmas in California, which is a long way from Blizzard, while the scheming man sits there as if he hadn't shattered my life. I never want to see him again. Yet he's the best man in my best friend's wedding. We'll be together a lot over the next few weeks. Control myself? Be nice? Not happening.


Her green eyes drew me in from the moment I saw her. I do my job well, and she hates me for it. I've got to change that; hate is not what I feel for her. She needs to learn I really do know what is best, and I know how to teach her that lesson. Luckily, we will be together a lot over the holidays. I'll have time.

Publisher’s Note: This sweet romance is intended for adults only. It contains explicit scenes and domestic discipline. If any of these offend you, please do not purchase.

Night Owl Reviews Dec, 2017 4.50