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The Mistress' House by Leigh Michaels
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Mar 07, 11

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Read from February 28 to March 07, 2011

5 Upper Seymour Street becomes the address of three very willful women with strong desires to be taken seriously about who they are and what they want, irregardless of society's views of what they should become.
From the Earl of Hawthorne and Anne Keighley, to Lord Coulton and Felicity, to Marquis Julian and Georgianna, the house sees it's share of outrageous affairs.
All of the women in this novel are not willing to give in to society's demands of what they are expected to be. All are willing to give all that they can to be independent of what is considered to be the moral choices they should make.
The story is well-written and fun. These ladies are all great characters and the men are all chivalrous to a tee.


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