Free Woman


A career woman finds that her selfish pursuit of success is costly.

From the back:

“Jon is not your son. You have no slightest claim to him, and never had.”

Free Woman is another name for Harriet Lansing, who knew what she wanted and rode roughshod over those who stood in her way. She charted her life to one all-important purpose: success. At the height of her success, disaster struck, and she as ruined. Behind the facade of a brilliant career, Harriet was finally broken — broken by the only man who could call her bluff and live to see her destroyed.


One thought on “Free Woman”

  1. That’s right, Cuthbert, all women are free today, along with a career – you made a good choice, I think. And – if you’re very very good – I’ll let you wear her pink gloves. They kind of go with your little red vest, don’t they!

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