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Of all the people to find Francesca Upton hitchhiking down the highway it had to be him… Finley Tucker has always been the forbidden fruit, dangling just out of her reach. She thought she was over her silly infatuation, but from the moment Finn's hand connected with her daisy duke clad backside, Francesca's girlhood crush is reignited. But while Finn, bogged down by his oOf all the people to find Francesca Upton hitchhiking down the highway it had to be him… Finley Tucker has always been the forbidden fruit, dangling just out of her reach. She thought she was over her silly infatuation, but from the moment Finn's hand connected with her daisy duke clad backside, Francesca's girlhood crush is reignited. But while Finn, bogged down by his own insecurities, rejects every one of her romantic advances, he can't seem to stop himself from offering to administer the discipline and care she never got as a child. Will Francesca do what she always does and give up when she doesn't get exactly what she wants? OR will she dig in her heels and eventually change Finn's mind- and his heart? *This story was originally published on Bethany’s Woodshed as Falling for Finn* ...

Title : Catching Her Cowboy Daddy
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ISBN : 32800164
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 156 Pages
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Catching Her Cowboy Daddy Reviews

  • Jamie C
    2019-05-16 07:59

    2.5 rounded up to 3. Once again I've come across a book that I feel no connection to or between the characters. Although I didn't feel a connection I did like elements of the story

  • Theresa
    2019-05-02 05:16

    Really lame. Shallow characters. DNF at 25%.

  • Amber Fueston
    2019-05-13 09:57

    There were a lot of elements I really liked about this story. The characters themselves were very interesting. Both Francesca and Finley came across as very "real." They both had insecurities about what they wanted and how to go about it. I liked that once they decided on the direction that they wanted their relationship to take they jumped into it with both feet. The spanking scenes were good and descriptive without being cheesy.There were a few things I didn't like as much about the story too. With as cold and distant as her relationship with her parents were not seeing the transition into the loving ones was a bit jarring. Also when Finn freaked out of her after that one spanking was horrible and there is no real acknowledgment from him. Then undeservedly spanking her harder and longer just so she gives in first in very irresponsible. I think these things bother me so much because it just doesn't seem like something his character would do.

  • Tiffany Price
    2019-04-27 11:06

    Finley is the perfect man to discipline this wayward spoiled little rich girl. She challenges him time and time again and earns several warm bottoms for it. The sarcasm and sass will make you laugh out loud and yet having you cringe with each spank he delivers. Neither of them realized her coming home for the holiday would end up changing all of their lives including that of her parents. Finley is a man determined to keep his word and proves it time and again as her lessons continue and their love grows.Rayanna never fails to deliver. Her stories will make you laugh as well as make you glad you delve in between the pages of her tales just make sure it doesn't get your tail in trouble in the process, lots of laughs.

  • Charliegirl1
    2019-05-07 12:14

    The brat and the bullyThis book could have been titled The Brat and the Bully. She acts like a brat, and he decides to take it upon himself to set her right, outside of the context of a relationship, and before they've discussed it. He rejects her repeatedly and has no thought for her feelings, only for what his goals are as far as curbing and shaping her behavior. Some of the other characters seem to change personalities on a whim, whatever fits the storyline at the time. Just not done well.

  • Scarlet Fanning
    2019-05-05 13:11

    Francesa Upton is making her annual Thanksgiving trip home to Texas, but her father forgets to pick her up at the airport. She decides to hitchhike the 45 miles home. Mayor Finley Tucker sees her and stops to pick her up. But they have baggage -- she was rejected by him during her teenage crush. She refuses the ride and takes off running. He catches her, spanks her, then takes her to her family ranch. A relationship develops as their roles become Daddy and Little Girl. Both have to fight through personal doubts, but love wins. A sweet and enjoyable novel.

  • VoluptuousLovingIt
    2019-05-21 10:53

    Split decisionWhile the writing itself was good and the storyline had promise I could not get past the feeling it have me in the very beginning. The relationship started off with abuse and there is no way around it. Abuse of power and boys by Finley, the sheriff and her father. Not once was a password mentioned and while Fran was given an opportunity to call it off I found it hard to believe he would have let her. The whole DD\lg got a lot right the parts it got wrong left me feeling worried. All in all it was a fun read it just needs a disclaimer

  • Goldienut
    2019-05-24 07:54

    A fantastic story! The main characters are Francesca and Finley. The start of the book you see Francesca getting in trouble.Finley always seem to be around when Francesca starts acting out. The daddy/little girl exchange is precious. There is plentyof humorous as well as tragic issues. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

  • Tracey
    2019-05-22 13:17

    This was such a hot spicy book i really enjoyed the main characters and the connection they share great storyline i couldnt put the book down. Great book

  • Bre Heath
    2019-04-30 08:54

    I was a little disappointed with the writing.

  • Rene
    2019-05-20 04:54

    3 Teacups / 4 Handcuffs

  • Amaryllis Turman
    2019-04-28 08:09

    I did not expect all the spanking. I thought he was "daddy" because of a surprise pregnancy or that there was a child involved. I tried to stick with it, but could not. DNF at 30%

  • Hot Reading Mom
    2019-05-13 13:00

    Lots of spanking minimum sex

  • Kathy Heare Watts
    2019-04-29 07:14

    THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOMEThe story is full of emotions, secrets, angst, desires, and acceptance. Francesca Upton has left Masonville, Texas far behind and lives in Oregon and only comes home once a year for four days during Thanksgiving. She dreads it but with her parent’s money still helping her out financial, even at twenty-five, she comes home, does the family thing and then she is gone until the next year.Life does not always go according to the plan you have in place. When no one shows up for her at the airport, her cell phone is dead, and she decides to start walking, over fifty miles. Mayor Finley Tucker is shocked to see Francesca walking, make that hitchhiking and stops and makes her get in his truck. He was heading to the Upton ranch anyway. There is so much angst between Franny and Finn, and part of it has to do with a crush when she was younger, a difference in social standings and a lot to due to stubbornness.The plot includes facing some truths, dealing with some hurts, accepting some reality, realigning some beliefs, acknowledging some desires, and facing some new dynamics head on. Francesca will have to deal with her father’s health, her feelings for Finn, and life and death circumstances that will keep her in town longer than planned. Finn will face feelings that he doesn’t believe can happen, a near death experience, and blessings to start a relationship that he didn’t think was possible. When busy-bodied people make nasty comments and accusations, it will send a scared girl running away, thinking she is protecting the one good thing in her life. But Daddies don’t like it when their little girls don’t trust them and do dangerous things. The story brings into play a couple who have long-standing feelings, finally accepting them and together discuss an age-play dynamic for their relationship. It includes many many spankings, including several serious and harsh ones, when she does something dangerous, all in a consensual relationship.

  • Anna
    2019-04-30 07:15

    I've been waiting for this book since seeing the previews. And while it wasn't exactly what I was expecting I certainly wasn't disappointed! Ms. Jamison stated in a post that each of her books get hotter, and I have to agree. I loved Collared and I loved this book too. In this book you have an alpha male whose insecurities in the beginning do not stop him from delivering some pretty hot spankings to Franny. What we know from the beginning is that Franny only returns once a year having left this small town behind years ago. She is not close to her parents and she does not have a close connection to the town, and the reason given is a lack of discipline from her parents. Her parents seem nice enough, perhaps a little distant. But Franny is out of control and irresponsible. She does not fully support herself. Finn is the ranch hand that used to live on their land and has worked his way up to mayor. Over the years he has become close with Franny's father. Some things I really liked about this book is that I think it showed their relationship developing in a realistic manner. She calls him "daddy," but she feels uncomfortable the first time. There is a very natural progression with their relationship. While I felt it ended a little too abruptly for me, I still give it 5 stars because the story was so good. Some things to note for some readers: there is much more spanking and discipline than sex in this book and they have a DD/lg dynamic so please take that into account when deciding whether to buy this book. *I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

  • emlv
    2019-05-23 05:58

    Francesca Upton marched to the beat of her own drum, the child of wealthy parents that financed her life. She’d only visit once a year for four days, dreading the trip and anxious to get back home. She felt neglected by them growing up, raised more by the hired help than her folks. But this trip, her father forgot to pick her up at the airport, and being Francesca, she decided to hitchhike home. Who stops but Finn. She had a crush on him growing up, but had long since changed her mind. So she thought. But refusing to get in his truck, running the opposite way, only earned her a spanking. Things really got heated from there. This was a good story, full of moments that I had to laugh at her language, and felt sorry for her and for Finn in turns. Without giving the plot away, I’ll say it has a HEA ending and is well worth the read. I voluntarily reviewed and advance reader copy of this book.

  • Firefly
    2019-05-10 12:07

    This is a lovely story, Francesca did most of the running initially. She lived a somewhat aimless life supported by her parents but that appears to be the extent of the spoilt little rich girl persona. Her parents are somewhat distant towards her but care about her and each other. Although they were portrayed to be rich snobs, it turns out that her father started from nothing and eventually came to own the largest ranch in Texas(!) and also trusted Finn, their employee's nephew, enough to let him deal with their accounts and later supported his bid for mayor. So the parents are not as snobbish as first thought and Francesca is not as spoilt and brattish as first thought. Francesca quickly realised that she needs what Finn can give out and has her work cut out persuading him. Quite entertaining. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

  • AmyS
    2019-05-01 13:03

    I have to admit that I have mixed feelings about this book. There are aspects of this book that I absolutely adored reading and visualizing and was thoroughly entertained. But there were also a few times when reading that book that I found myself bored and almost didn’t continue reading it. I am really glad that I didn’t stop reading during these parts because for the majority of it, I did enjoy the book. Finn and Francesca, once they hit their stride, is a couple that have an age-play relationship that is based on love and discipline and it works for them. It isn’t a relationship that I would want to find myself a part of – but the author provides one that fulfills what they both need to be happy and complete – that’s really all anyone can ask. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

  • Lynn
    2019-05-19 06:55

    I enjoyed reading this story both of the characters were very entertaining. Right from the beginning we are thrown into the relationship between Finn and Franny and I was rooting for them. I didn't like how they both thought they weren't good enough for each other which leads to running away and fighting feelings, it just wasn't necessary. Once their relationship bloomed, I did like how Finn handled it by making her do research and not spanking her for every little thing, he was very understanding. As far as the age play I'm not sure if I really believed it, sometimes it seemed awkward and just thrown in. She called him daddy but I don't think the dynamic was fleshed out as well as it could have been, though I would love to read more about this couple. I voluntarily reviewed and Advanced reader copy of this book

  • Sunny Summers
    2019-05-12 05:09

    Loved It!!!Not having doting, loving parents while growing up had a huge adverse affect on Francesca Upton. She couldn't seem to find her way in life as an adult and in her mid twenties, still relied on her parent's support to survive in the life she made for herself five states away from them. Coming home for the holidays, her annual four day visit at which time she is given her "allowance" changed her life this time-or I should say, Mayor Finley Silas Tucker changed her life. Francesca is in dire need of discipline and a full time daddy, never having received any attention from her father while growing up, and Finn is the man for the job. This is a delightful and often funny story that is guaranteed to entertain.

  • Lisa
    2019-04-30 10:17

    I've never read anything by this author before but I actually really liked this story.  Fran is a girl who comes from a privileged upbringing but in fact prefers the more basic way of life.  Finley grew up working at her family's ranch and when the two meet back up as adults he knows just what the sassy girl needs.  This is a love story with strong characters and a sweet and well written age play element to it.  I will definitely be reading more books by this author. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

  • Joanie M
    2019-05-14 12:51

    I loved this book. The characters are deep and real with plenty of inner conflict. I was rooting for Franny and Finn from the beginning. The plot is interesting with unexpected twists. In spite of the title, the age play element is minimal; domestic discipline fans will like this book. In a scene that I loved, at Finn's request Franny researched the different power exchange dynamics so she could decide which would work best for her. The story was compelling from start to finish. I highly recommend this well-written book.

  • Lori
    2019-05-04 11:00

    I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book. Finley and Francesca were raised by the same woman a few years apart. She the rich girl and he the poor farm boy. Now he's the mayor and she's there for her yearly visit to her parents. While there, Finley offers to help her with her discipline problems - and there are many. She only agrees, because she wants Finn so badly. This is a dd/lg story and the ageplay comes on quickly. I really enjoyed it and read it straight through.

  • Penny Gwen
    2019-05-11 08:13

    I really enjoyed this story. Franny is insecure about going home because she feels she is judged by everyone due to her father being a wealthy rancher. Finn Tucker is the new mayor and grew up working the Upton family lands. Finn sees passed the doubt to the little girl who wants to feel loved. He decides to show her that love with his hand applied to the seat of her pants... and her calling him Daddy just makes it that much sweeter. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.

  • Laurel
    2019-05-15 05:01

    I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. Wow, this was a delightful book with a sassy spoiled young lady and a hard working young man who is the mayor of the small town. Her parents never set limits or discipline so she did whatever she wanted. Things change when her crush of many years steps in as her daddy. Lots of spanking, growing up, romance and a good storyline. I enjoyed this book very much. Some mild elements of Age Play.

  • Diana's
    2019-05-09 11:15

    Don't let this hot cover fool you!! When I grabbed it I was looking for a uuuhhhmmm how should I put it? Raunchy-er read? Smut? DD/LG? I was in one of those moods! This was nothing like that But I did enjoy it thankfully.. Really enjoyed it actually.. it was cute, a little steamy and super sweet! yes even through all the spankings..

  • Suzie
    2019-05-11 04:59

    I love this author, and this book is an excellent example of her awesome work and brilliant imagination. Her characters breathe life into the story, and she never misses an opportunity to incorporate lots of OTK action.

  • Amanda Griffith
    2019-04-26 07:05

    Let the punishment fit the crime in this age play bookFrancesca comes home to find her childhood crush as the new mayor. Fran has a run away moth that keeps getting her into trouble. Finley is more than happens to correct her through corporal punishment.

  • Lisa Kader
    2019-05-13 10:11

    It well written and very good book. Rayanna Jamison grabs a hold of your attention from the start and keeps your attention all the way through the book. I had trouble putting this book down. I recommended to anyone who loves to read to get this one.

  • Ruby Caine
    2019-05-07 06:00

    Finn thought he was saving her, but she saved him in the end.