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- Print Length: 234 pages
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- Publisher: Scarlet Rose Press (October 24, 2014)
- Publication Date: October 24, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00OJXC4AS
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The Earl of Warren and Lady Maitland must fulfill their roles in society and marry so their reputation is upheld.
Despite having to marry, the two were able to form a bound with each other. I loved watching Lady Maitland grow from a scared girl into a woman.
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The Lady Josephine Victoria Maitland is a 19 year old Baroness who is well traveled, timid.. but well spoken with an intelligent strength about her. She has bravely faced many perils alone in her young life. She's gorgeous with her thick deep auburn hair, green-amber slanted eyes and curvaceously soft petite figure. She's completely oblivious to her beauty. Lady Josephine is now alone in the world after the tragic loss of both parents, whom she pretends to mourn. She's no shrinking English miss and chooses not to ever marry. She refuses to be bullied into an unnecessary match however her "wishes" are never considered. After all, she's just a silly woman. Josephine is completely innocent and naive of the intimacies of the marital bed. She has no understanding of English propriety or honeymoons or what constitutes normal intimate behavior between men and women. She's never been taught. Living in England, Josephine lives in constant shame of her uncivilized past. She constantly feels shoddy and second-rate no matter how beautiful she looks to others. She has no self esteem.
I thought this was a great story of Josephine Maitland...raised her whole life as an outcast in India and Africa...and shunned by natives and her parents alike. Unprotected and unwanted and uncared for. And then her parents die and she's shipped back to England and forced into English society against her wishes...into a culture totally foreign to her and forced to adapt. Being born a female, she has no control over her life. Women of this century are powerless and treated much like children by overbearing fathers and husbands. And Josephine endures continued abuses by the man she's forced to marry. A man who completely misunderstands everything about her...from her behavior and actions to her introverted personality.
This is a fabulous story of Josephines' survival...of facing fears and conquering them. A great story of a pompous, arrogantly condescending man born to wealth and nobility, who eventually realizes the prize he's been given. Without realizing it, Josephine makes Lord Warren aware of his many failings and shortcomings. This is an astounding story of how Josephine indirectly teaches her husband the true priorities in his life. Brava Ms. Joseph!