In the past, I've seen Mary Wollstonecraft's name used to denote that some character usually an unlikely one has radical feminist ideas. But I didn't know much about Mary herself. I really enjoyed learning about her struggles to get started and the kindness of "Little Johnson" -- truly one of the good guys.
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Mary Hart Perry. The Tell-Tail Heart. Monica Shaughnessy. Dangerous Lord, Seductive Mistress. Mary Brendan. Ruining the Rake. Leigh Michaels. The Rival Queens.
Fortune's Slave. Perilous Alliance, A. Fiona Buckley. Barbara Cartland. A Place To Call Home. Her mother is dead, the males in her life have abandoned her, and her sisters are nagging her for money. She also credibly captures the manners, dress, and smells of those living both inside and out of the great homes. A full afterword is provided detailing the future lives of individuals portrayed in the story.