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11 books of Amelia Smarts

Since the death of her husband in the Civil War, Nettie has been left to fend for herself, which is no small task for a woman in Montana in 1867. Desperate to escape the clutches of the local saloon owner, she flees into the woods, but living off the land proves much more difficult than she hoped. Seeing no other option, she resorts to stealing food from Jack Abrams, a gruff mountain man who lives in a cabin and earns a living as a trapper.
Jack doesn’t look kindly on being stolen from, and when she is caught red-­handed Nettie quickly finds herself lying naked over his knee for a long, hard spanking. To her surprise, however, after her punishment Jack offers her food and shelter in return for cooking, cleaning, and doing as she is told. But Nettie is determined to never rely on a man again, and she insists on trying once more to make it on her own. Though irritated by her stubbornness, Jack cannot help feeling protective of Nettie, and he takes it upon himself to keep her safe. . . .

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As soon as she
steps off the train into the hot western sun, Charlotte Rose wonders if she has
made a mistake. Leaving Boston to take a job as the schoolmarm of the small
town of Weston, Arizona had seemed like a good idea, but the man sent to fetch
her from the station almost changes her mind. The handsome but uncivilized
brute who introduces himself as Max Harrison not only calls Charlotte by her
first name, he even demands that she change her outfit.

Her humiliation is
complete when, after ignoring his advice to put on something more suitable for
the summer weather, she faints from the heat. To her utter shame, Charlotte is
forced to endure being undressed down to her underthings to cool down, and
worse still, Max warns her in no uncertain terms that any further foolishness
will earn her a sound spanking on her bare bottom. Yet somehow, despite his
threat to chastise her in such a barbaric fashion, Charlotte cannot deny that
being in Max’s presence sets her heart fluttering . . .

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For eighteen-­year-­old orphan Callie Broderick, going west as a mail-­order bride seems to be the only hope she has for a decent husband. But when she sets out for the gold-­mining town of Sacramento with nothing more than the clothes on her back and a stagecoach ticket, she quickly discovers that the trip will be quite a bit different than she expected.­As a former soldier and an experienced coachman, Jude Johnson is used to difficulties and dangers of all kinds during the arduous journey west, but he has never had to deal with trouble like Callie before. Not being the kind of man to kick a penniless orphan off his coach, he puts up with the sassy, disobedient girl for as long as he can, but when Callie’s antics put the lives of his passengers at risk Jude is forced to take matters into his own hands and spank her soundly.­The stern punishment leaves her thoroughly chastened and promising to behave, and Jude soon realizes that when she puts aside her foul-­mouthed, defiant façade, the . . .

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