The Submissive Suffragette by Amelia Smarts

The Submissive Suffragette

byAmelia Smarts

Kobo ebook | May 8, 2016

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It’s the late 1800s and women are beginning to fight against the accepted roles of submissive housewife and mother. The suffragette movement is gaining ground. Nalin is one of these women. She is a devoted wife to Carter, and desperately longs for motherhood. But she is struggling to balance those desires with her belief that women need to be equal to men, and this starts, to her way of thinking, with the right to vote. She begins defying all the normal conventions – she wears pants instead of skirts to town, she cusses, she talks back to her husband. The consequences of her actions are that Carter takes a firm hand to her backside.

Carter, on the other hand, has always been quite happy with the status quo and is becoming more and more frustrated with Nalin’s constant defiance of all things considered lady-like. He has even come to believe that disciplining his recalcitrant wife is pointless. But her reaction to this declaration confuses them both. 

Carter and Nalin both want children, but have so far suffered more than one devastating loss. They are both thrilled when Nalin again becomes pregnant. However, now she’s demanding to attend the suffragette convention in Dallas. Carter loves his wife, so despite his initial reservations, he agrees to see her safely to the convention and back again. 

Their adventure takes a few twists and turns along the way. Will this couple safely and successfully navigate their way through these turbulent times and find the happily ever after they both deserve?

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit erotic and spanking scenes. If such material offends you, please do not purchase.

Title:The Submissive SuffragetteFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 8, 2016Publisher:Blushing Books PublicationsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1682595722

ISBN - 13:9781682595725

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