A Lie Uraveled by Constance Masters

Destiny Bridges moves back to her old family home with her nine-year-old daughter Sophia. Sophia doesn’t fit in at school and Destiny pulls her out, deciding to homeschool the wayward child. Her world spins on it’s axis though when she opens the door to find the new principal and Sophia’s secret daddy standing there. He…

Destiny Bridges moves back to her old family home with her nine-year-old daughter Sophia. Sophia doesn’t fit in at school and Destiny pulls her out, deciding to homeschool the wayward child. Her world spins on it’s axis though when she opens the door to find the new principal and Sophia’s secret daddy standing there. He tells her in no uncertain terms that she needs to properly sort out the homeschooling or get her daughter back to school.

Justin Alexander moves back to the same home town with his daughter Lily-Grace. He has raised his sweet daughter by himself since his wife’s death more than five years earlier. He comes back home to be closer to his mother and to take up the new position of principal at Benton East Elementary. When Justin does some digging to find out why Sophia has had so much trouble fitting in at school, he uncovers what seems to be a huge lie. When he finds out that Destiny has kept his daughter from him for years, he is furious and he wastes no time in exacting that revenge on Destiny’s behind.

Can two estranged lovers reconnect and blend their families into one? Probably not without some order that Justin is determined to bring to their lives.

DISCLAIMER: This book contains the spanking of adult women and other sexual content. If this offends you, please do not purchase this book.
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Excellent book….highly recommended”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Joanie M

I really enjoyed this book about Destiny and Justin and their daughters. Destiny is a pushover as a single mom and it’s not doing her daughter Sophia any favors. At nine years old, Sophia has no limits and manipulates her mother. As a result, she can’t succeed in school and has no friends. While Destiny is clearly not doing her job as a parent, I could empathize with her desire for her daughter to be happy. It’s often difficult to know when to be firm and when to be flexible as a parent and Destiny represents the uncertainty in all of us. Justin, on the other hand, represents the parent we all strive to be. He’s very confident and always does what is best for his daughters, no matter how hard it is. He also happens to be a dominant man who believes in domestic discipline. That doesn’t bode well for Destiny’s bottom as they rekindle their relationship. The plot was creative and revolved around both the romance and the family dynamics with Justin helping Destiny become a better parent. With well developed characters any parent could relate to, an interesting plot, and amusing interactions, this book is highly recommended.

I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

About the Author

Constance Masters is a wife, mother, grandmother, friend and author.

She writes romantic spanking fiction with the main emphasis on romance.

Constance has always been a sucker for reading romance and that reflects in her writing but she also likes to laugh. Her stories are full of love, laughter and family comedy. It’s a lot like her life.

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