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The Submissive Suffragette: Lone Star Love, Book One

By: Amelia Smarts
Published By: Blushing Press
Copyright: ©2016 by Blushing Books® and Amelia Smarts
11 Chapters 33,700 Words
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Marybeth Renn on 06/06/2016 07:58pm
This is the first book in the Lone Star Love series. We learn about Nalin and Carter. Nalin feels she has nothing but her fight for the women’s vote. She cannot carry a baby to term and feels less than a woman. Carter loves her and wants her, no matter if she gives him children. Of course, Carter is a man of his time and he spanks Nalin when she misbehaves. I really loved this book and I feel sad that Nalin and Carter’s love story ends so soon. I give this 5 stars.
Marybeth Renn on 06/06/2016 07:58pm
This is the first book in the Lone Star Love series. We learn about Nalin and Carter. Nalin feels she has nothing but her fight for the women۪s vote. She cannot carry a baby to term and feels less than a woman. Carter loves her and wants her, no matter if she gives him children. Of course, Carter is a man of his time and he spanks Nalin when she misbehaves. I really loved this book and I feel sad that Nalin and Carter۪s love story ends so soon. I give this 5 stars.
Laurel Lasky on 05/25/2016 09:57pm
This was a fascinating intense read. Nalin was a suffragette who was also submissive to her husband. There were heartbreaking scenes, humor with laughter, witty dialogue, many spankings, Carter ended up fully supporting he's wife but was adement about keeping his wife out of harms way. This was an awesome read.
Laurel Lasky on 05/25/2016 09:57pm
This was a fascinating intense read. Nalin was a suffragette who was also submissive to her husband. There were heartbreaking scenes, humor with laughter, witty dialogue, many spankings, Carter ended up fully supporting he's wife but was adement about keeping his wife out of harms way. This was an awesome read.
Rjr on 05/23/2016 08:51pm
A great love story full of happiness, tragedy and domestic discipline. In addition, the suffrage movement is central to the story. The heroine, Nalin, is an intelligent, educated women driven to participate in the fight for women's rights. Her husband, Carter is a conservative, man of his time who believes he should lead his family. He also deeply loves his smart wife. He seems to only want her to participate in the suffrage movement in a small way that will not affect his family. However, as two intelligent people they both grow as they are exposed to the movement up close. Each must deal with their changing opinions. Nalin also must come to terms with the her need to participate in the suffrage movement while acknowledging her need to submit to her husband. The story also includes a plot line about Nalin's inability to carry a baby to term. There is laughter, banter and deep love. A really wonderful read!
Rjr on 05/23/2016 08:51pm
A great love story full of happiness, tragedy and domestic discipline. In addition, the suffrage movement is central to the story. The heroine, Nalin, is an intelligent, educated women driven to participate in the fight for women's rights. Her husband, Carter is a conservative, man of his time who believes he should lead his family. He also deeply loves his smart wife. He seems to only want her to participate in the suffrage movement in a small way that will not affect his family. However, as two intelligent people they both grow as they are exposed to the movement up close. Each must deal with their changing opinions. Nalin also must come to terms with the her need to participate in the suffrage movement while acknowledging her need to submit to her husband. The story also includes a plot line about Nalin's inability to carry a baby to term. There is laughter, banter and deep love. A really wonderful read!
D.S. Taylor on 05/23/2016 10:26am
This was an amazing story about a loving but stern husband and his feisty, passionate wife. Terrific characterization and a strong story line with many heartbreaking/touching moments, laughs and plenty of heat. So well-written you will be swept back in time when women had few choices and men had all the control. Put this on your MUST READ list!
D.S. Taylor on 05/23/2016 10:26am
This was an amazing story about a loving but stern husband and his feisty, passionate wife. Terrific characterization and a strong story line with many heartbreaking/touching moments, laughs and plenty of heat. So well-written you will be swept back in time when women had few choices and men had all the control. Put this on your MUST READ list!
Stats23 on 05/17/2016 06:23am
This is an entertaining short story written as historical fiction, with a few spankings woven into the plot. It is a compelling suffragette story bringing in factual characters such as Susan B. Anthony. The political and social aspects of the right to vote movement are well presented from both male and female points of view. The spankings are of the DD variety and not overly harsh. No erotic spankings and limited sex scenes. Enjoy the story, it is well worth the read.
Stats23 on 05/17/2016 06:23am
This is an entertaining short story written as historical fiction, with a few spankings woven into the plot. It is a compelling suffragette story bringing in factual characters such as Susan B. Anthony. The political and social aspects of the right to vote movement are well presented from both male and female points of view. The spankings are of the DD variety and not overly harsh. No erotic spankings and limited sex scenes. Enjoy the story, it is well worth the read.
DB on 05/13/2016 08:45pm
My what a book!!! This book had quite a story. The story takes place over a couple of years so you see how Nalin and Carter live in their marriage for longer than a week or so. You would think the book would be mostly about the suffragette movement but it is more. You read about the struggles Nalin and Carter have trying to start a family and how Nalin struggles with all of her insecurities about her being a wife and a woman. Fun bantering between Nalin and Carter, spankings, lots of dialogue and a great amount of love. Great book! 5 stars
DB on 05/13/2016 08:45pm
My what a book!!! This book had quite a story. The story takes place over a couple of years so you see how Nalin and Carter live in their marriage for longer than a week or so. You would think the book would be mostly about the suffragette movement but it is more. You read about the struggles Nalin and Carter have trying to start a family and how Nalin struggles with all of her insecurities about her being a wife and a woman. Fun bantering between Nalin and Carter, spankings, lots of dialogue and a great amount of love. Great book! 5 stars
SH on 05/13/2016 06:12am
What a sweet romance! Nalin is a strong woman and her desire for a child tugged on my heart. Her loss brought tears to my eyes. Carter was strong enough for both of them which made him very special. Great book!
SH on 05/13/2016 06:12am
What a sweet romance! Nalin is a strong woman and her desire for a child tugged on my heart. Her loss brought tears to my eyes. Carter was strong enough for both of them which made him very special. Great book!
Jaycee on 05/10/2016 01:48pm
I honestly didn't think I would enjoy this story because I knew that Nalin is only a memory in The Unbraiding of Anna Brown. I was so wrong! This story was so much better - the best of the series in fact! It was touching, very emotional, humorous, and you couldn't help but cheer for Nalin when she went toe to toe with Carter! I do wish he would have been more open-minded about women's rights instead of his stand-by "men are meant to lead" but I loved how he came around and still supported Nalin even though he didn't agree with her. Parts of the story were heart-breaking, others up-lifting. Anna never felt like the perfect wife for Carter, but Nalin did. Part of me wishes that the author had written this one first, and found someone else for Anna.
Jaycee on 05/10/2016 01:48pm
"I honestly didn't think I would enjoy this story because I knew that Nalin is only a memory in The Unbraiding of Anna Brown. I was so wrong! This story was so much better - the best of the series in fact! It was touching, very emotional, humorous, and you couldn't help but cheer for Nalin when she went toe to toe with Carter! I do wish he would have been more open-minded about women's rights instead of his stand-by ""men are meant to lead"" but I loved how he came around and still supported Nalin even though he didn't agree with her. Parts of the story were heart-breaking, others up-lifting. Anna never felt like the perfect wife for Carter, but Nalin did. Part of me wishes that the author had written this one first, and found someone else for Anna. "
Redrabbitt on 05/09/2016 12:05pm
I found this story to be a fascinating read where the author took artistic liberties and blended a story with historical facts. Women’s right to vote, own property and have a say was fought by brave women like Susan B. Anthony. Nalin Barnes is an educated woman, follows politics and believes in woman’s rights and considers herself a suffragette. Her husband Carter has issues with part of it, like her wearing men’s pants in town, but respects her opinions, enough to take her to Dallas, a two-day trip away, to hear Susan B. Anthony speaks at a Suffragette rally. The story covers more that woman’s rights, it deals with a woman who wants a baby so bad, but her body just can’t seem to carry one to term and how she feels like a failure. The plot kept me captivated and the pages turning as we witness so many emotions of heartache, determination, passion and love, the love Carter has for Nalin and how far he goes to show her his love and support. The dialog is heartwarming and even at times painful during the loss of another baby. This is the first book in the Lone Star Love series, and I look forward to more books in this series. “We wish no more than men, but no less than them either. These are the most basic principles of equality.”
Redrabbitt on 05/09/2016 12:05pm
I found this story to be a fascinating read where the author took artistic liberties and blended a story with historical facts. Women۪s right to vote, own property and have a say was fought by brave women like Susan B. Anthony. Nalin Barnes is an educated woman, follows politics and believes in woman۪s rights and considers herself a suffragette. Her husband Carter has issues with part of it, like her wearing men۪s pants in town, but respects her opinions, enough to take her to Dallas, a two-day trip away, to hear Susan B. Anthony speaks at a Suffragette rally. The story covers more that woman۪s rights, it deals with a woman who wants a baby so bad, but her body just can۪t seem to carry one to term and how she feels like a failure. The plot kept me captivated and the pages turning as we witness so many emotions of heartache, determination, passion and love, the love Carter has for Nalin and how far he goes to show her his love and support. The dialog is heartwarming and even at times painful during the loss of another baby. This is the first book in the Lone Star Love series, and I look forward to more books in this series. We wish no more than men, but no less than them either. These are the most basic principles of equality.۝

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