How does a snippet from a sweet spanking romance sound? Bree Cariad’s Worth the Wait takes place in a community that might be contemporary but it feels very old fashioned. Delynn was passed over in her courting year and decided to go to college when there were no offers for her hand. Oddly enough, the reverend at the college has shown her more interest than anyone in her hometown. And now that Zachary lives in Hyacinth, who knows what magic could happen.
In this snippet, they are all at the tree-lighting ceremony in Hyacinth. Delynn & Zachary are talking to Delynn’s best friend and her husband.
A boom filled the air and both DeLynn and Deeka started to giggle when the sounds of the high school band started up. “I see they haven’t gotten any better since we were there,” Deeka snickered.
“I think Hyacinth Academy is proud of its really bad band,” DeLynn said and they both laughed. Curtis and Zachary soon joined them as whatever song the band was playing just seemed to get worse.
“Is that I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas?” Curtis finally asked, cocking his head to the side.
“How can you tell?” Deeka asked, looking at him.
“I can’t. It kind of sounds like a funeral dirge.”
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With her courting year over and no men on the horizon, DeLynn Straynar decides to do something different with her life and signs up to attend college. Her first day there, she runs into Zachary Styles, the school’s chaplain and feels attracted, but quickly tries to convince herself she feels nothing for him. Until they meet again and again. With school taking up so much of her attention, she tries to focus on it, but ignoring the gorgeous brown-eyed man is difficult and she’s not sure she wants to.
Zachary is working toward his doctorate. While aware of loving discipline, he never imagined he would physically discipline anyone, until falling for DeLynn. She thinks getting courted will be the hardest part, but their courting year turns out to be fraught with trouble. When her anxiety goes through the roof and she finds herself in a manic mode she cannot stop, it doesn’t take long before she realizes that while sometimes she needs to figure things out on her own, there are also times she needs to hand the reins over to someone else.
Warning: This book includes a formally structured society & scenes of loving discipline.
This is a rerelease of the book Courted by Time.
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