The Cattle Rustlers (Emma and the Marshal series)

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Emma's New Friend: With the ban on riding alone around the ranch estate lifted, the only restriction Emma suffers is on swimming alone. Travis catches her and she receives her first spanking for many months. But their loving is renewed. Also in love are Dan and the shop-keeper's feisty daughter Sara. But all does not go smoothly. Dan, the sherrif and best friend of Emma's husband Travis, is determined to marry Sara - but her father has never disciplined her and she has been allowed to get her own way in everything. She has her first taste of Dan's displeasure but dismisses it. He will not tolerate rudeness, however, and finds himself proposing after a spanking session. Sara is delighted when Dan proposes and she and Emma cannot wait to meet in town the next day to shop and make plans for the wedding. The two girls become best friends.

Emma amd the Cattle Rustlers: Emma is infuriating Travis at her impatience to see her best friend Sara again, now that she has married Dan. When the two couples do get together, the men talk only of pursuing cattle rustlers. Not wanting to be left out, Emma is clearly making her own plans and she rushes off on horseback. Considering the danger posed by the cattle rustlers, the men decide that their wives would be secure in the safe room at Travis' ranch. The girls put themselves in grave danger by swimming out in the open, where they are observed and attacked by the rustlers. The girls are later punished by their respective husbands. Having activated all the security systems, Travis shows the girls where they can hide in safety while he and Dan join the sheriffs and other ranchers. The girls see what is happening via the security cameras and are able to alert the men, who then round up the rustlers. When the cattle rustlers are safely behind bars, the friends plan to take a well-deserved break.

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