Review: Marriage of Convenience by Sue Lyndon

September 16, 2016 2.5 stars, 2016 Review Challenge, Book Review, Boring Main Characters, contemporary, damsel in distress, domestic discipline, ebook, Erotic Romance, Historical, Kindle Unlimited 2016, Meh, Romance, self published, short story/Vignette, Unlimited 0 ★★½

Review: Marriage of Convenience by Sue Lyndon two-half-stars
Marriage of Convenience by Sue Lyndon
Published by Sweet Savage Press on May 31, 2016
Pages: 70
Format: eBook
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From a USA Today bestselling author comes this sweet and naughty 1950s romance...

When Betty is sent to her college advisor on a disciplinary matter, she doesn't expect Dr. David Bauer to scold her, make her stand in the corner, and propose marriage all within the hour. Yet that's exactly what happens, and out of desperation to escape her family's influence, the young coed finds herself saying yes to the handsome widower.

David is a strict man who has no compunction about baring his wife's bottom for a sound spanking, but he's also patient and caring. Betty feels blessed to be his wife, but she worries he views their union as nothing more than a marriage of convenience. Will he ever truly love her, and how will he react to the shameful secret she's been keeping about her past?

Publisher's Note: Marriage of Convenience was previously published in the Correcting the Coeds 1950s spanking romance box set under the title A Husband for Betty.

Marriage of Convenience really didn’t do it for me. At all. There’s isn’t enough spanking/impact play, discipline, or erotica for me in this one.

I hate to say it but this one was incredibly boring to be so short! I could barely remember the hero/ine’s names…and I ended up skimming trying to find something interesting to read.


All the “Mehs.”

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