Take a trip to Virtue, Arizona with Patricia Green's The Doctor's Daughter.
What a delightful book. Really. I don't use delightful often.
In Virtue, Arizona the town doctor has a houseful of daughters all named for various virtues. The heroine of The Doctor's Daughter is Verity. For those who aren't familiar with this virtue, verity means truth. As in verify...when you confirm that something is accurate.
Verity does not live up to her name. If her name was Stubborn, Sassy or Naughty, she would live up to her name, but Verity is not known for her honesty. In fact, she's prone to tell tall tales, sometimes for no other reason than to shock or entertain.
Verity assists her father, the doctor, in providing medical services for the people of the town. While her father is away, an unconscious (and very naked except for a single sock) man is brought in to be treated. When the one-sock wonder regains consciousness, he has no recollection of who he is, where his clothes are or how he became injured.
One thing that doesn't disappear with his memory is his libido. Eventually, the man who is referred to as Mr. Smith, and Verity engage in naughty, naughty boom boom. Mr. Smith also retains his desire to discipline a misbehaving bottom with a well deserved spanking.
At the same time that the mysterious Mr. Smith arrives in town, there's a hunt on for an outlaw. Is Mr. Smith a good guy or a bad guy? Is he married?
Patricia Green has crafted a well-written story with interesting characters and a plot that doesn't just move from sex scene to spanking scene to sex scene. There's mystery, scandal and even a dramatic courtroom scene.
To find out what happens, you'll have to get your own copy.
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