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- Print Length: 741 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: April 15, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07Q6NKTGL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,818 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Pride and Punishment (Bridal Discipline Box Set Book 1) Kindle Edition
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1 - Philip's Rules
This one intrigued me. Philip's Rules absolutely has disciplinary spanking within the storyline. It also has a plot running through the storyline and characters you will love or love to hate. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting Cordelia and Philip. I'm not sure about Gabrielle but being as I've lived through the teenage years with my own, I'm reserving judgement hoping there's more to the story.
1.5 - Undisciplined
This one about broke my heart really. If you read Philip's Rules then you met Gabrielle, the step-daughter. This novella is from her point of view and the insights discovered are poignant. If you can put yourself into a teenage frame of mind with that sense of deductive reasoning and emotions, then this will absolutely bring all the feels you're looking for.
2 - Gabrielle's Discipline
Bless her heart. Gabrielle is a young woman of her time. Unfortunately, not all of it has been good. Since it's not really discussed, we gradually get the pieces of a much larger puzzle than first thought. Cordelia, Philip, Gabrielle and Felix including an entire cast of sub-characters with all the differing personalities makes this a book that will grab on and not let go until you finish.
This is a book set that once you start, you won't want to put down until you finish. It will grab your emotions, titillate your senses and gives you the feel of a mystery to be solved. Absolutely one I want to continue following and would recommend often
Cordelia married out of necessity, already a widow and a step-daughter very close to her own age. Phillip has much to teach Cordelia as she had no real relationship with her first husband. Scintillating, passionate and heart-warming tale of the growth of this relationship and the discipline found within.
***** Undisciplined – 5 stars
Felix is asked to “watch” the step-daughter Gabrielle, so Phillip can woo his wife Cordelia. This is a parallel story from the vantage point of the other characters. I’m so thrilled they are in this boxset together. Felix sees another side of the bratty young woman and becomes intrigued.
***** Gabrielle’s Discipline – 5 stars
Gabrielle is intelligent and sassy. She thrives under the approval of Felix’s parents once they are married and adores the more relaxed Felix at his country estate. When they return to London can this fragile relationship withstand the scrutiny of the ton?
Passionate, Steamy and containing relatable character, these stories are superb reading!!
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Philip's Rules starts the series off with a bang, and gives me a whole new crop of characters to fall in love with. Undisciplined was a perfect bridge between Cordelia’s and Gabrielle’s stories. Seeing Gabrielle through Cordelia’s eyes in "Philip's Rules" is seeing her as a petulant child who never seems to learn. In “Undisciplined”, you learn more of the motivation behind what she does, and having the opportunity to view events that have already occurred from a different perspective really help to see the whole picture. Finally, in "Gabrielle's Discipline", we are able to see the culmination of Gabrielle and Felix's relationship, and how they both grew. Neither character was perfect and they both made mistakes (some to the point of me smacking my forehead with my hand at how blind they both were), but they were real. The ability to also see how they other characters are doing helps to build the world they all exist within, and also creates anticipation for the next installment, which I wait for on pins and needles!