When Janelle Prescott is thrown from her car as it careens off of a slippery road, she expects to wake up in a hospital. Instead, to her utter disbelief, she wakes up in a jail cell which looks like something from an old western movie set. It is there, hurt and alone, with no idea what happened or how she will get back home, that Janelle first meets Aaron Jackson. As she regains her wits, however, Janelle realizes that something is terribly amiss, and her worst fears are confirmed when she learns that Aaron is the marshal of Cheyenne County, Wyoming… and the year is 1878.
When an injured, apparently addle-headed woman falls into his lap, Aaron takes it upon himself to keep her safe and nurse her back to health. Truth be told, he is instantly attracted to her despite her sharp tongue and her bizarre story—a story which he is quickly forced by the evidence to accept as genuine. After Aaron takes her under his wing and into his family’s home, the two clash frequently, but Aaron is more than ready to lay down the law… even if that means a good, hard, bare-bottom spanking for this feisty brat from another era.
Having little choice, Janelle must learn how to live as a woman in 1878, including submitting to the firm-handed marshal who, in spite of everything, seems to have laid claim to her heart.
Publisher’s Note: Marshal’s Law is an erotic romance novel that contains graphic sexual scenes and spankings, including domestic discipline in a historical setting. If such material offends you, please don’t buy this book.
I’ve read a few of Taylor’s books before, and I liked them. When I seen that this one was on a 99 cent sale, I grabbed a copy of it. One, because it was one of Taylor’s books, and second because I liked the blurb of the book and was interested in how it would work.
I have to admit, with this being a time-travel book, I did enjoy it quite a bit. It was funny watching as Janelle was thrown into a time that she really didn’t know a lot about, and was trying to adapt to her surroundings. Granted, she still brought quite a bit with her back into the past, her different way of talking and the bits of the future that still snuck out of her.
Aaron was a fun character as well. With how crazy Janelle sounded, he was still willing to protect her and help her find her way and figure out what was going on.
The story itself was a good one. I really enjoyed it and haven’t read a lot of books like this before. This is an interesting series and I will be sure to read more into it in the future because I like the aspect of it, and it will be interesting to see how others react to Janelle’s ways.