Saturday, December 5, 2015
Author: Katherine Deane
Publisher: Stormy Night Publications
Rating: 5 *'s
Description: Nineteen-year-old gymnast Wren Montgomery was America’s golden girl, but then it all came crashing down. As far as the media is concerned, it was a devastating ankle injury which began her downward spiral, but in her heart Wren knows better. The truth is that things started going wrong the day her beloved coach Jonathan Reilly not only rejected her romantic advances, but actually spanked her bare bottom as if she were a silly little girl when she tried to hide her heartbreak behind an angry outburst.
Now at twenty-two, after one poor decision after another Wren has become the “bad girl” of the gymnastics world. Desperate to break out of her slump and with nowhere else to turn, she decides to accept help from the best coach she ever had… the same man who spurned and then spanked her years ago.
Jonathan watched Wren’s fall from grace, and he fell with her. He still blames himself for leaving the team—and more importantly, leaving her—and now that he has the chance to help his little rebel get back on track, he isn’t going to let it slip through his fingers. This time he’ll be there for her no matter what, both when she needs a loving embrace and when she needs a firm hand applied to her bare bottom. Most important of all, if she still wants him to be more than just her coach, this time he won’t let anything keep him from claiming what is his.
Publisher’s Note: Wren’s Redemption is an erotic romance novel that includes spankings, sexual scenes, elements of BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.
My Review: Wren's Redemption reminds me of the stories I read when I first started reviewing books. It is a pure of heart romance about a young woman's fall from grace and the man that can save her. With raw emotions and a good spanking or two Deane brings us back to the core of what Spanking Romance is.
Wren has fallen from grace. After losing the one man who brought her together she has fallen from grace. She hasn't felt fully into her gymnastics and she knows that she must do something to muster her career or she'll fall off like many others have before her.
Jonathan watched her fall and it destroyed him. Coming back into her life to train her he hopes to not only see her career return but also her heart. With a stern hand a soft heart Jonathan has nothing to lose.
Deane never disappoints with her writing but this one is sure to be my favorite of hers. In such a simple story we are moved in ways we haven't been in a long time.