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Montana rancher Carter Answorth needed a wife, but in his area of rugged Montana, women were in scarce supply. So he advertised in the Eastern states for a bride.Cory Anne Winters had nothing but trouble in Boston. Her parents were dead, and herMoreMontana rancher Carter Answorth needed a wife, but in his area of rugged Montana, women were in scarce supply. So he advertised in the Eastern states for a bride.Cory Anne Winters had nothing but trouble in Boston. Her parents were dead, and her mercenary brother was determined to marry her off to the highest bidde. She was hiding out in a tiny room in the wrong section of town, under an assumed name, taking any jobs she could find, but finally decent work just wasnt to be had.Desperate, she accepted Carters ticket, promising to marry him before the New Year, knowing that unless he was an absolute toad, it would have to be better than what she had.Carter was hoping that Cory Anne was as pretty as the picture she sent to him. More importantly, he hoped she could tolerate the isolated Montana Territory winters when they could be snowed in for weeks at a time. His hopes high, he headed for town to meet the train.But a terrible accident, leading to a serious misunderstanding, as he traveled towards town threatened to end the relationship before it even started. Can Cory and Carter overcome the rocky start to their relationship? A rocky start which deepens when Cory finds out that Carter is an old-fashioned sort of husband who believes that disobedience should lead to spanking, even for grown women?A New Life, A New Wife, is a sweet old-fashioned Western romance with historical domestic discipline elements, including the spanking of grown women. If such elements offend you, please do not buy this title.