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Publisher's Summary

Earth was struggling with the effects of World War III when a sudden devastation occurred leaving only 1000 humans on the face of the earth. The people broke off into three groups and formed countries. One of those countries was Josiathan. It is believed on Josiathan that the devastation was caused by the hand of God as a result of women's sinful ways. Laws and traditions emerged keeping women at the mercy of men. Into this society Autumn Clare is born.
Autumn's questioning keeps her from being content with the destiny of wife and mother society has determined for her. She has taught herself to read despite the social taboos. The last thing she needs is for her father to find her a husband. Orion Louis is wealthy and educated yet unable to find a wife that suits him. One day while, visiting his uncle, Orion hears Autumn quoting a book.
At that moment he knows that he must have her as wife. It isn't hard to get Autumn's father to sell her to him. Making her fall in love with him is another matter entirely. Note to Readers: This book is not an erotica but it IS a romance. This book contains language and sexual content which may be offensive to some readers.
©2013 Jane B Night (P)2013 Jane B Night
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4 out of 5 stars
By DG on 01-01-14

What a unique and fascinating story!

Would you consider the audio edition of Educating Autumn to be better than the print version?

Yes - because I love to be read to!

What did you like best about this story?

It was different to anything I've ever read before. Really made you think about how different the world could be. Very sweet love story too.

Have you listened to any of Michaela James’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

No this is my first but I liked her voice very much.

Any additional comments?

Will be looking for more by this author and this narrator!

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