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

by Regina Kammer


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The Invitation: An Art and Discipline Short Story by Regina Kammer
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” takes place 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”


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The Invitation: An Art and Discipline Short Story by Regina Kammer