The Invitation: An Art and Discipline Short Story (Art and Discipline Book 1.5)

The Invitation: An Art and Discipline Short Story (Art and Discipline Book 1.5)

by Regina Kammer

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In Victorian London, a lovelorn fifty-three-year-old widow discovers she is the muse for a young artist.

Widowed, middle-class, and past her prime, Leonora Aldbury is unwelcome amongst Victorian England's upper crust and denied the opportunities society can bring — including romantic attachments. She aches for sensual fulfillment, and fantasizes about a young artist who sketches in London's National Gallery. At a chance meeting, the artist offers Leonora an intriguing invitation. Will she risk respectability for a chance at love?

"The Invitation" is a short story of 3,946 words.

"The Invitation" is set in the same Victorian world as Regina's Art & Discipline series. The characters in "The Invitation", Leonora Aldbury and the artist Jasper Dawson, will be integrated into future Art & Discipline books.

Art & Discipline
Beneath prim and proper Victorian society lies a world of unconventional artistic endeavors and sensual pursuits.
Book 1: The Westerman Affair
Short story: "The Invitation"

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162842354
Publisher: Viridium Press
Publication date: 09/08/2020
Series: Art and Discipline
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 104,910
File size: 393 KB

About the Author

Regina Kammer is a librarian, an art historian, and an award-winning, best-selling, multi-published writer of provocative historical romance and contemporary romance with a touch of history. Her short stories and novels make history sexier, whether the era is Roman, Byzantine, Viking, American Revolution, or Victorian. She’s even sexed up contemporary settings, Steampunk, and Greco-Roman mythology. She has been published by Cleis Press, Go Deeper Press, Ellora’s Cave, House of Erotica, Story Ink, Loose Id, The Naughty Literati, and her own imprint, Viridium Press. She began writing historical fiction with romantic elements during National Novel Writing Month 2006, switching to erotica when all her characters suddenly demanded to have sex.

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