Betrothed

Betrothed Lady Cassandra is betrothed to the man she loves but she doesn t think it right that he will inherit her family s estate one day So with two friends she attends a Freedom for Women League rally Lady

  • Title: Betrothed
  • Author: Bethany Leigh
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lady Cassandra is betrothed to the man she loves but she doesn t think it right that he will inherit her family s estate one day So, with two friends, she attends a Freedom for Women League rally Lady Margia and the Freedom for Women League are fighting for the right of women to vote, own property, and not be subject to the discipline of their menfolk The campaign couLady Cassandra is betrothed to the man she loves but she doesn t think it right that he will inherit her family s estate one day So, with two friends, she attends a Freedom for Women League rally Lady Margia and the Freedom for Women League are fighting for the right of women to vote, own property, and not be subject to the discipline of their menfolk The campaign could change Lady Cassandra s future but when she gets caught attending the rally, it makes her present life a lot less comfortable Prequel to Freedom by Bethany Leigh, also available from Blushing Books

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    1. FOLLOWING TRADITIONSI enjoyed this novella that is the beginning of a series, and a set-up for the next book, Freedom. The plot kept me captivated and the pages turning in this Edwardian era erotic historical. I found the dialog entertaining and the characters charming. The traditions at the wedding are unusual. Women had no rights, and anything they may inherit, becomes their husband’s property, in reality, even the woman is the property of her father or husband. How far will some women go to [...]

    2. This is a short story and definitely a quick read. Edmund's arrogance that women's rights would improve without women pushing for equality really annoyed me. Why would the status quo change if men didn't feel any pressure to make it so. The other really did a hop, skip and jump over all that just landing on Cassandra deciding that anything Edmund thinks must be right.Other than that concern, it was an okay read but I really question how much research the author actually did before writing the st [...]

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