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Judging His Little Girl

Judging His Little Girl Wildemina Wilde Weston is the bane of her grandparents existence Shunned by the residents of the small town in which they reside the eighteen year old would rather be drinking smoking cigars and ga

  • Title: Judging His Little Girl
  • Author: Breanna Hayse
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Wildemina Wilde Weston is the bane of her grandparents existence Shunned by the residents of the small town in which they reside, the eighteen year old would rather be drinking, smoking cigars, and gambling with the boys than fitting in Jude Weston and his wife love their granddaughter but see no other option the girl must be married off So when the reputable town jWildemina Wilde Weston is the bane of her grandparents existence Shunned by the residents of the small town in which they reside, the eighteen year old would rather be drinking, smoking cigars, and gambling with the boys than fitting in Jude Weston and his wife love their granddaughter but see no other option the girl must be married off So when the reputable town judge suggests a match between Wilde and his newly qualified magistrate grandson, Rostin Taylor, they accept Fully expecting a fight, they re dumbfounded when Wildemina readily agrees Truth be told, the news that Rostin is heading out West is all the information she needs anything to get out of Independence Her single condition is that the wedding be postponed until she s ready she will not give herself to any man until she wants to If that means that she and Rostin will be setting out on the trail unmarried, so be it their reputations be damned Rostin Taylor knows what kind of man his grandfather really is snide, corrupt and just plain mean He s also fully aware that the old judge decided to play matchmaker purely in order to make his grandson s life difficult by forcing him to wed that Weston girl What he doesn t expect, however, is how quickly and easily he falls for her Under Rostin s care, guidance, and firm hand, Wilde blossoms Even though the handsome young magistrate won t allow her to drink and gamble with the boys, he appreciates and supports the fact that she can throw knives, hunt and shoot with the best of them and he evokes feelings in her she d never before dared to imagine There s also something inordinately comforting about the way he calls her his Mina girl and the way he fulfils a role she s always craved but never had that of a real, loving Daddy Rostin comforts her during thunderstorms and gives her pleasure the likes of which she s never experienced before He also doesn t hesitate to put her over his knee for a sound paddling when she disobeys him Slowly, Wilde comes to adore the man she was assigned to marry It s hard, but she eventually finds the strength to trust him to be vulnerable for the first time in her life So when Rostin disappears after a fight, she is devastated Were his promises too good to be true Or have the dangers of the Oregon Trail in 1850 claimed yet another victim Find out in this a sizzling Western story written in typical Breanna Hayse fashion with heartfelt emotion, scorching spankings, suspense, explicit erotica, and a sweet dose of ageplay thrown in for good measure.

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    1. This story really worked for me. IT was kind of a slow setup, even after reading the first chapter online as a free sample, it seemed to take a while to get going. I found the main characters very likable, I enjoyed the interaction between them a lot. The light ageplay elements (I think that's how one would describe it) were great. My favorite thing was how much Rostin respected his wife, and her skills, while bringing her the sense of protection and trust that she needed. This made the transiti [...]

    2. ALL SHE NEEDS IS DISCIPLINE AND LOVEI loved this western with a page-turning story of mystery, suspense, an arranged marriage, a spunky heroine, a dominate hero, a bully causing trouble and lots of action. Wildemina aka Wilde aka Mina has a reputation between her wild ways, smoking, drinking, gambling, and shooting. Never knowing her father, losing her mother and raised by her grandparents, she is sent to finishing school in Pennsylvania, but they did not make a lady out of her. Leaving New York [...]

    3. Extraordinary readAge play has always fascinated me, because frankly I knew nothing about it. In fact it seemed sketchy. This book as written by a professional, there is a lot of junk out there. As I turned each page of this book - I realized I saw myself in this book. I saw layers and walls and mistrust- it was gut wrenching. Age play is all about trust and that is a hard lesson in a callous world. Opening one's heart takes courage.

    4. I loved this book! Wilde has such a strong spirit, she has not let the world drag her down! She has felt abandoned and unloved all her life. The townsfolk see her as the child of a fallen woman and treat her that way. Wilde has found ways to cope and none of them are conventional. Eventually her grandparents promise her to Rostin Taylor as a means to help her leave the community. Rostin is a man of his word and is strong and capable. Rostin has also felt alone in the world and he feels that a li [...]

    5. Rostin and WildeminaUsually I love westerns but I didn't love this one. The first one third was a lot of words that only enhanced the story's set up a little. And then the next sixty percent or so was where the story was actually. The characters I enjoyed but there was an overall feeling of not knowing the time period well or the wagon train environment well. The Indian interlude was actually so inaccurate, it was difficult to read. Wilde/mina spoke in a way she never would have. As did the Pawn [...]

    6. Bree, you've done it again. This was a wonderful page turner that had me laughing out loud, crying overs parts and thoroughly enjoying this wonderful story. It's a true love story with the deep feelings and emotions of the characters, especially Mina and Papa. Mina was a strong young lady, adapt at shooting, throwing knives, using bow and arrows and riding like she was born to the saddle. She felt isolated and insecure after many years of being told by various people that she was a bad person. W [...]

    7. A Good ReadThis book was a good read. Especially in the beginning, I did have some difficulty liking the female main character Wilde/Mina). I really liked the male main character, Rostin; he was kind, honorable and trustworthy.Breanna Hayes is a talented author. I didn't rate this as a 5-star book because I felt that there should have been "a little more." Although this book did contain some age play-- it was done 'lightly'. Rostin recognized that Mina needed unconditional love, boundaries & [...]

    8. This book is everything we love about Breanna Hayse. A strong woman and a strong man who find vulnerability and love in each other's arms. I love Rostin in this book, he is kind, sweet, and SEES Wilde. Doesn't every woman want to be seen? Her fears, needs, desires, and weaknesses. He sees her in all of her raw emotion and strives to make her stronger.I have only recently became a fan of westerns, thanks to Ms Hayse, and this is the best yet.

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