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    The Education of Madeline by Beth Williamson
    The Education of Madeline by Beth Williamson is out now at Loose ID

    {review soon...}

    The setting is Colorado 1872, which is always sqqquuueee worthy. And is a virgin on the make with a twist.


    here is the summary she has on her blog:
    Madeline Brewster is a lonely spinster. A lonely rich spinster that could also lay claim to the title of virgin. When Madeline runs across a man about to be hung by the incompetent sheriff and the drunk judge, she steps in as any good Samaritan would. She convinces the town to put the man into to her custody for one month until they could further investigate his claims of innocence. Reluctantly, they agree to her bullying. Madeline has a man. With some soap and water, and a bit of persuasion, she knows he could be the one to teach her. She is a willing and eager pupil. Madeline is going to be a virgin no more.

    Teague O’Neal thinks Madeline is crazy, but he reluctantly agrees to save his own neck. And so began the education of Madeline. What Madeline doesn’t know is that the judge and the sheriff are setting her up to fall. Hard. While Teague teaches Madeline the physical pleasures to be found together, they both discover that they had a lot to learn about love and lovemaking.

    Oblivious to the world’s scrutiny, Madeline is systematically destroyed by her enemies. When she discovers that Teague was hired to distract her so her ruin could be complete, she is heartbroken. She finds strength and courage she never knew she had to confront the men who hate her, the man who holds her heart yet betrayed her, and the town that never knew her.
    Sounds painful... I am a happy happy joy joy girlie myself... but very interesting twist there. There better be some fucking awesome grovel! LOL I will put it on the list to get. She has an excerpt up on her site.

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