REGENCY ROMANCE: LIZZY IN PARIS (Regency Historical Romance Collection) (Rogue Hearts)


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Ever since I married Mr. Darcy I have shown an active interest in his work as any wife would. I am of the firm belief that a marriage is not just for the purposes of procreation but that it is a partnership, where what one does either in the home or out in the world greatly effects both husband and wife equally. So as a general rule, I have Mr. Darcy take an active role in the raising of our children; he feeds them, dresses them, helps change their diapers, and gets up with them in the middle of the night when they have a nightmare or are in need of having their diaper changed.

At first, Mr. Darcy was a bot resistant to the idea as he had been raised in a household where the man was responsible for keep a roof over the heads of his family and the woman's job was to attend to the children and home. I was also raised in similar circumstances, but the main difference was that my father was the only man in a household of women, and even me though he was expected to keep a roof over mine and my sister’s heads, he was also expected to teach us what a real man was. Was a man only a worker, removed entirely from his family except when they sat down to eat? Or was a man someone who not only provided but also gave freely of his love and was not just financially supportive but was emotionally supportive as well.

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