Mrs. Terrell's Letters

Catherine Taylor

The Code of the West just got a whole lot kinkier

When Beth McMahon boards a train to escape her stepfather’s plans to marry her off, she has no idea where she’s headed. She has less understanding of the mysterious Mrs. Terrell who has helped her get away. She soon learns Mrs. Terrell is no demure widow and is headed west to be married to three brothers. For such an innocent, young girl, Beth is soon getting an education in some very sexual and explicit intimacies including loving discipline, something which seems to set Beth’s heart aflutter... 

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