Nola

Nola Fiery independent Nola Hughes fought valiantly for women s rights but never realized that her own were going to be considerably impinged upon by a father who practically sold her into marriage Worse

  • Title: Nola
  • Author: Carolyn Faulkner
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fiery, independent Nola Hughes fought valiantly for women s rights, but never realized that her own were going to be considerably impinged upon by a father who practically sold her into marriage Worse than that, her new bridegroom was an autocratic, domineering wretch of a man she d taken an instant disliking to the moment they d met.Brandon Sawyer had let his father andFiery, independent Nola Hughes fought valiantly for women s rights, but never realized that her own were going to be considerably impinged upon by a father who practically sold her into marriage Worse than that, her new bridegroom was an autocratic, domineering wretch of a man she d taken an instant disliking to the moment they d met.Brandon Sawyer had let his father and grandfather s obvious wishes for him to produce heirs to their vast family fortune go completely unfulfilled No woman had ever so much as rated a second glance from him until he saw that pale pink angel with the shockingly styled red hair at the Vanderbilts ball.Whether she knew it or not, whether she wanted it or not, the decidedly unconventional Miss Nola Hughes was going to become Mrs Brandon Sawyer.Not known for his tender feelings towards much of anyone, including those of the opposite sex, Brandon found himself in an awkward struggle with both himself and his wife as those delicate feelings towards her overwhelmed and angered him at times Yet she seemed to remain annoyingly untouched He came to want from her than he d ever wanted from anyone, and he would settle for nothing less than all of her.

    One thought on “Nola”

    1. This is a very good story probably not for everyone as the hero was not the nicest of men to start off with but soon his heart did open and he became a good husband. Thats not to say he did not spank just has hard when Nola needed it the most.

    2. A very sweet historical spanking romance. Interesting characters all around, most especially a fabulously fearless heroine. I enjoyed reading it very much, but it just didn't have that extra "umpf" for a five star rating - it was too sweet.

    3. I liked the story. Mostly the second part. The first part Brandon was a bit of a jerk. He was too controlling and insecure but it was nice to see his evolution. The plot was great and I loved the grandfather.

    4. I thoroughly enjoyed this historical novella from Carolyn Faulkner. The two main characters are well drawn, and Nola's husband's transformation from apparently uncaring beast, into a caring husband is believable. I liked both characters -- Nola with her women's suffrage positions and her complete embarrassment at enjoying sex and Brandon with his desire to have a wife who is not someone he can walk all over. Lots of fun and something I may return to.

    5. You never quite know what you are going to get with a Carolyn Faulkner book, a sweet love story or an intense non-con spank-fest or a complete disappointment as the characters don't click. This is more of the first, though others were more sweet. Set in olden tymes, the story starts with Nola already married and a set of flashbacks and current activities let us know how she came to be that way. Nothing noteworthy, nothing offensive really, just boring

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