Bastard’s New Baby by Raisa Greywood

Bastard’s New Baby by Raisa Greywood
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary
Length; Short story (102 pages)
Other: BDSM, M/F, Masturbation, Anal Play, Forced Seduction, Fetish, Toys, Spanking
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Dryas

Jackson: I need a wife. I’d much rather keep my string of submissives and the occasional lady I can take out in public, but my job — no, my very identity as Jackson McKenna, CEO of McKenna Logistics — is at risk if I don’t find some woman to marry. I wish I could find a woman who could do both. She would be intelligent, beautiful, of course, and be filthy enough to drop to her knees and service me in a parking lot before walking into a country club with perfect lipstick and manners. Nobody’s that lucky, though. That woman doesn’t exist.
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Siobhan: I need a husband. I’d much rather focus my attention on Andy, my nephew and the son of my deceased sister. Despite my sister and her husband’s wishes, his grandparents want his trust fund and threaten to take him from me. They call me a whore and say I’m not a good guardian because I’m not married. In this small Ohio town, their argument holds weight. But Siobhan Jane O’Malley doesn’t roll over for anyone, and they’re going to find out I fight dirty. And I’m going to have to get very dirty when Jackson McKenna makes me his wife.

Two people desperate to get married–but for two different reasons. Siobhan O’Malley is trying to remain her nephew’s legal guardian, but his grandparents are not letting him go because they want to have control of his trust fund. Jackson Mckenna is the intern CEO of Mckenna Logistics and he needs a wife to complete a major business deal with a Japanese company.

I loved the characters of Siobhan and Jackson. Both are strong-willed and have the confidence to navigate the business world. The relationship between them is complicated at first. Jackson lusts after her and she also finds him attractive although she can’t stand his ego and often cuts him down. She also lets him know that their relationship will not be consummated as this is just a marriage convenience. Things start to change when they move in together and Siobhan sees Jackson in a new light, especially the way he treats Andy. He keeps major information as to why he wanted her as his wife from her, which causes problems.

It was funny when she left Jackson to feed Andy for the first time–because it ended in a mess. I like how Jackson finds himself growing, learning to take responsibility for a family. The plot is well developed with no major deviations. The love scenes are hot but still tastefully done. The only thing I wish could have been done is is having it longer, to watch their relationship grow over time.

If you want to see two people growing together under strange circumstances and learning to become one, this is a great book to try. With funny moments and sad moments, I wasn’t able to put this down.

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