Diana Forbes: Mistress Suffragette

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Within the structure of any society there are those who would map out the lives of their children to fit into the perfect mold that they foresee for them. Penelope Stanton’s parents have handled the suitors they deem worthy of her but yet Penelope falls prey to her own wiles and weaknesses. Not wanting to attend a specific ball to meet young men as potential suitors she gets tangled in a short but elicit romance with Edgar Deggars a married man who has other things on his mind and talking is not one of them. Cornering her after a dance and making his intensions known, a wife not far away Penelope learns just how far her parents will go in order to get her to do what they want even if it means moving in with this man and his wife and becoming his mistress. Strong minded yet innocent in…

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