Grover Town Discipline Book 5
by Yasmine Hyde
Historical Romance: Old West
October 7, 2020
Available in: e-Book
Isabel Carrie Reynolds is the oldest daughter of Grover Town’s richest landowner. Her father wants to see her settle down, but all she wants is to go east to school. Set to take matters into her own hands, she sneaks off to the train depot, where she meets a mysterious stranger. When her father catches her attempting to run away, he orders her not to leave the house and warns he will find her a husband. True to his word, he invites a tall, handsome, imposing man to dinner, who turns out to be the stranger from the train.
Two weeks later, the deal is done, and her hand is taken in exchange for a chunk of her father’s land. Always one to follow her own rules, she doesn’t let the fact that she’s become an instant wife and mother stop her. Her husband’s warning of discipline doesn’t curtail her, but soon she discovers he means business.
Cary Brown is a man who has lived his life divided, like his race, half white and half native. When he ends up with the responsibility of his brother’s two children, he’s set on working his own land and building a home for the little ones. But the land he wants comes with a price; take the man’s wayward daughter or no deal. However, his new wife refuses to be tied down, and he soon learns the young woman, who is determined to teach, needs some instruction of her own. When a situation happens in town that places his wife in jeopardy, he will fight against anyone to save the woman who taught him to love and gave him a home.
Publisher’s Note: This steamy western romance contains graphic scenes and a theme of power exchange.
Yasmine Hyde is the alter ego of Yvette Hines. Since I was sixteen and started reading romance, I found myself pulling out a tablet at the end of a book and writing an additional sex scene. Yes, even as a sixteen-year-old virgin I had naughty thoughts with pen and paper. Surprisingly, I never shocked my mother with the ‘questions’ I asked her to help fill out the story. She’d say, “It is how I know she’s not doing anything” She was right, but that desire to write passionate interludes never left me. I filled my diary up with romantic sex scenes I would dream about. Don’t judge me. LOL. I didn’t start writing until I was around twenty-six. However, something that I noticed was when I thought of a story the first thing in my mind was the sex scene. Now, years later, Yasmine allows me and my muse SHE to step out of the box again in another direction. The things Yasmine will write would make my 16 year old self blush to a deep burgundy. As a USA Today Bestseller I’m ready for the next road my writing will take me. So, naughty ones, take the journey with me… I dare you. If you enjoy Yvette Hines, give Yasmine a try.