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    The Submissive Suffragette Kindle ✓ The Submissive take his wayward wife over his knee for a sound, bare bottom spankingCarter has always been content with the status quo and is frustrated with Nalin s constant defiance of all things considered ladylike To his way of thinking, it s his duty to lead and her duty to obey Nalin quickly discovers that his stubborn opinions about the natural order of things won t be easily changed, although he does come to believe that disciplining his recalcitrant wife is pointless Her reaction to his declaration, however, surprises them bothCarter and Nalin both want children but have so far suffered than one devastating loss They are both thrilled when Nalin becomes pregnant again However, in addition to having a child, she also wishes to attend the suffrage convention in Dallas Carter loves his wife, so despite his initial reservations, he agrees to see her safely to the convention and back 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 erotic scenes and disciplinary spanking of an adult woman If such material offends you, please do not purchase."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 162 pages
  • The Submissive Suffragette
  • Amelia Smarts
  • English
  • 14 March 2019

The Submissive Suffragette☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ The Submissive Suffragette By Amelia Smarts ✩ – Essayreview.co.uk It s the late s, the suffrage movement is gaining ground, and women are beginning to fight against the accepted roles of housewife and mother Nalin is one of these women She is a submissive wife to Ca It s the late s, the suffrage movement is gaining ground, and women are beginning to fight against the accepted roles of housewife and mother Nalin is one of these The Submissive PDF or women She is a submissive wife to Carter and desperately longs for motherhood, but she struggles to balance her personality and desires with her belief that women should have equal rights to men She begins defying all the normal conventions she wears pants instead of skirts to town, she cusses, and she talks back to her husband Carter s response is to take his wayward wife over his knee for a sound, bare bottom spankingCarter has always been content with the status quo and is frustrated with Nalin s constant defiance of all things considered ladylike To his way of thinking, it s his duty to lead and her duty to obey Nalin quickly discovers that his stubborn opinions about the natural order of things won t be easily changed, although he does come to believe that disciplining his recalcitrant wife is pointless Her reaction to his declaration, however, surprises them bothCarter and Nalin both want children but have so far suffered than one devastating loss They are both thrilled when Nalin becomes pregnant again However, in addition to having a child, she also wishes to attend the suffrage convention in Dallas Carter loves his wife, so despite his initial reservations, he agrees to see her safely to the convention and back 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 erotic scenes and disciplinary spanking of an adult woman If such material offends you, please do not purchase.


About the Author: Amelia Smarts

Amelia Smarts is a USA Today bestselling author of fast paced, steamy western romances with dominant cowboys, Dom sub discipline, and heartwarming HEAs Amelia holds graduate and undergraduate degrees in The Submissive PDF or creative writing and English She loves to read, which allows her writing to be influenced by many different genres in addition to romance, including mystery, adventure, history, and suspense To learn , sign up for her newsletter You ll get an alert whenever Amelia releases a new book and exclusive content like free excerpts and giveaways.


10 thoughts on “The Submissive Suffragette

  1. says:

    Review based on audible edition Let me start by discussing the biggest problem with this book or at least the audible version The narrator was terrible Not that he was unclear or poorly paced but this was an older man reading in an accent that was a pure slice of Americana I wouldn t mind hearing him tell me about all the things peppridge farm remembers but he was doing a crying woman s voice for far too many sections of this book.Speaking of crying women Nailin is the main character Review based on audible edition Let me start by discussing the biggest problem with this book or at least the audible version The narrator was terrible Not that he was unclear or poorly paced but this was an older man reading in an accent that was a pure slice of Americana I wouldn t mind hearing him tell me about all the things peppridge farm remembers but he was doing a crying woman s voice for far too many sections of this book.Speaking of crying women Nailin is the main character She s meant to be a wise cracking woman s rights advocate who s using activism to deal with the disappointments of failing to have a child The trouble is she s weak and entirely unlikable She seems to break into tears at the slightest provocation from her husband and constantly blubbers about being a failure She is essentially an overgrown child and that almost excuses my biggest problem with this storyher husband is beating her Now there are two types of spanking story There s the erotic spanking and the domestic discipline spanking but this is no game He beats her ass red when her behavior displeases him and then says he does it because he loves her I get time period considerations but my hackles rose during these scenes and when the gambling, no good father in law even comments on how it ain t right I was done This was a well researched novel with a coherent narrative but the narrator and the unlikable main characters really took me out of it Here s hoping Nailin womans up a bit in later stories

  2. says:

    Nalin was just way to whiny for me to like and constantly allowed her actions to be dictated by whomever was around her so she never takes real responsibility for anything that happens For example, her alcoholic father comes to visit and he convinces her to give him all the food she planned to feed her husband how did she not notice that he ate everything She was in the same room with him at the time , tons of money frankly it is impossible to me that anyone at that time would not know th Nalin was just way to whiny for me to like and constantly allowed her actions to be dictated by whomever was around her so she never takes real responsibility for anything that happens For example, her alcoholic father comes to visit and he convinces her to give him all the food she planned to feed her husband how did she not notice that he ate everything She was in the same room with him at the time , tons of money frankly it is impossible to me that anyone at that time would not know that 300 was a ton of money Just being with Carter when he got supplies she would see the prices he paid for the food she got Is she so dimwitted that she can t realize that she and Carter could live for months possibly a year on that amount of money For heavens sake, in 1919 somewhere between 20 40 years later than this book was set, a family of four could live on around 700 a year , and shots of whiskey WHISKEY for a man she knows to be an ALCOHOLIC When her husband comes home and finds her tipsy, all their money gone and no food for him to eat, she is all oh I m sorry, I don t know what happened, I didn t know.blah blah blah And she certainly takes credit that isn t really hers when the opportunity arises For example when Carter changes his mind about women s voting Now it appeared that he started reconsidering women s rights when he helped providing the that jailed suffragettes with water and cleaning out the chamber pots that were in the over crowded cells But what really made him change his mind was his still born daughter NOT NALIN But the implication is that Carter changed for her, not because his thoughts evolved based on the circumstances that happened around them both basically I think she took credit where credit wasn t due.And the last thing that totally ticked me off was her wailing and bemoaning not being able to carry a baby for 9 months and how that made her a failure as a woman Give me a fricking break I realize that miscarrying children is heartbreaking but even in those days, that was not the complete encompassing of what makes for a valued woman This is especially true when Carter was constantly reassuring her that she matteredto him than as simply a uterus and a bunch of eggs okay, my terms but really if you see yourself as only valuable if you give birth then pretty much the only thing in you that has value is your ovaries and uterus, right Her over the top, poor me ing just made me want to throw my ereader against the wall.Long suffering Carter certainly did deserve better than he got in Nalin

  3. says:

    To some people the title of this book, The Submissive Suffragette, must sound like an oxymoron incongruous and seemingly contradictory It s not.It depicts the dilemma of intelligent, strong willed Nalin and her loving, protective, but stern husband Carter Nalin has figured out that women s rights are human rights and she wants this to be recognized in the law Carter, on the other hand, believes his position as head of the house is right and natural.At first he s actually glad Nalin has fou To some people the title of this book, The Submissive Suffragette, must sound like an oxymoron incongruous and seemingly contradictory It s not.It depicts the dilemma of intelligent, strong willed Nalin and her loving, protective, but stern husband Carter Nalin has figured out that women s rights are human rights and she wants this to be recognized in the law Carter, on the other hand, believes his position as head of the house is right and natural.At first he s actually glad Nalin has found something to turn her attention to because she has suffered a series of miscarriages that have crushed her broken heart and given her a sense of having failed as a wife Carter wants to console her but he doesn t know where to start, so he does his best to love and protect her.After Nalin wears trousers and cusses at Carter, he takes her in hand but it s not long before she acts up again Finally he decides that maybe he needs to fit into his wife s world view so instead of spanking her when she goes to town in pants, he lets her misbehavior slide He heads off to fix a fence, telling her, I m done trying to make you listen Nalin hears I m done with you Her heart breaks again He s always told her the he punishes her because he cares for her what am I to think when you don t And so the story starts to unfold, with all the complexities and complications that arise when one woman submits to one man but doesn t think her choice should be the rule for every member of her gender The characters are complex and a delight to spend time with The cameo appearances by the early suffragettes gives the story great depth Smarts writing is as strong as ever with plot twists and surprises that keep the pages turning It s all over too soon

  4. says:

    Carter and Nalin married young and had a passionate relationship She was the daughter of an Apache woman and the town drunk Nalin had a hard childhood, since her father basically abandoned his family Her mother worked hard to put her bright daughter in boarding school Carter fell in love with petite Nalin at first sight He courted her by repairing her mother s home They married and lived on Carter s ranch As intelligent as Nalin was, she had little knowledge of money, so when her father c Carter and Nalin married young and had a passionate relationship She was the daughter of an Apache woman and the town drunk Nalin had a hard childhood, since her father basically abandoned his family Her mother worked hard to put her bright daughter in boarding school Carter fell in love with petite Nalin at first sight He courted her by repairing her mother s home They married and lived on Carter s ranch As intelligent as Nalin was, she had little knowledge of money, so when her father came with hard luck stories, she gave him money too much money Carter discovered that she had given the money he was holding to pay employees and for supplies Nalin soon received a hard punishment Nalin felt like a failure She wanted to be a suffragette, but felt she wasn t doing enough for the cause She felt like a failure as a wife, because she had several miscarriages and never produced a child for Carter Her husband was angry when she put herself down To him, so was the love of his life, a challenge and the smartest woman he knew She wanted to go to Dallas for a Suffrage convention, but was in the early days of her latest pregnancy Should she risk the child or miss the convention Carter took the choice out of her hands He would take her to Dallas and go to the convention with her But she had to obey him, if he said she needed rest or it got dangerous A touching adventure as Nalin discovers her husband is a Suffrage hero Get tissue for heartache and joy

  5. says:

    This book is a quick listen, but is so good Amelia Smarts gives the perfect western romance with historical facts of the time Nalin, a strong willed woman is unable to carry a child for the love of her life Carter She is looking to fill her life with meaning and becomes involved in the suffrage movement As you can well imagine, Carter is not happy with this, there is a place for women, and it s not voting I smile a couple of times when it was mentioned that men are physically stronger than This book is a quick listen, but is so good Amelia Smarts gives the perfect western romance with historical facts of the time Nalin, a strong willed woman is unable to carry a child for the love of her life Carter She is looking to fill her life with meaning and becomes involved in the suffrage movement As you can well imagine, Carter is not happy with this, there is a place for women, and it s not voting I smile a couple of times when it was mentioned that men are physically stronger than women, like that would be the deciding factor of what differences there are between the sexes, but Amelia Smarts is able to weave this all into the storyline Carter uses spanking as his way of showing Nalin his love, disciplining her and keeping her to his way She responds to this and has trouble in her own thoughts of why she would want this from her husband, but is also wanting equal rights for women This ongoing conflict is well managed and their relationship is you can fall into and watch flourish.I really enjoyed this book, from beginning to end, the evolution of both Carter and Nalin was fun to listen to with Elliot Daniels giving a beautiful performance His baritone voice is perfect for the western historical and gives a sense of romance and raw emotion

  6. says:

    TO ASK FOR FREEDOM IS NOT A CRIMEI 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 ASK FOR FREEDOM IS NOT A CRIMEI 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 coversthat 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 tobooks in this series We wish nothan men, but no less than them either These are the most basic principles of equality

  7. says:

    I loved this story This was my first time reading Amelia Smarts, and I was a bit nervous because of the subject matter.A Native American woman, fighting for women s right to vote I knew going in there were possibly going to be some realistic scenes regarding the suffragette movement.Actually, I was pleasantly surprised Susan B Anthony made an appearance, and the scenes showing the hatred toward women, was done quite well vividly described without taking me out of the story.Carter, Nalin s hus I loved this story This was my first time reading Amelia Smarts, and I was a bit nervous because of the subject matter.A Native American woman, fighting for women s right to vote I knew going in there were possibly going to be some realistic scenes regarding the suffragette movement.Actually, I was pleasantly surprised Susan B Anthony made an appearance, and the scenes showing the hatred toward women, was done quite well vividly described without taking me out of the story.Carter, Nalin s husband, went through a huge amount of growth in the story I wasn t sure if I liked him at first, but had to remind myself, he was authentic for the time period But he grew on me And he turned out to be a wonderful, caring man who was just protecting his wife I grew to love him.The story was fantastic well written, wonderful romance, great characters, and realism in the setting of women s rights without being too realistic.I really enjoyed this, and can t wait to read another book from Amelia Smarts.And I loved the ending I definitely shed a few tears

  8. says:

    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.

  9. says:

    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

  10. says:

    This about our heroine finding purpose in her life She felt useful and ashamed She goes after a cause that brings her enjoyment, but not true happiness Her who doesn t quite understand why she is admit for this causes, because he was one of a kind of husband that but his wife s needs first Even being in a dd relationship It was well worth reading I was give for a honest review.

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