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A Very Victorian Asylum Challenge - Prologue

A Very Victorian Asylum Challenge - Prologue

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Published by DiMeeeee
The prologue to my asylum challenge, also known as the Punishment of Marielle Hutchins
The prologue to my asylum challenge, also known as the Punishment of Marielle Hutchins

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Published by: DiMeeeee on Jun 05, 2010
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Hello and welcome to the first of two side projects I’m writing to go with my Victorian Legacy. I’m sure youhave all been wondering what the plan I had to stop Marielle gaining custody of Bertie and Stuart was,well this is it.This challenge is also known as the Punishment of Marielle Hutchins, so if you are new to my stories anddon’t know why Marielle needs to be punished I suggest you checkout my Legacy at Boolprop.com.Let’s get on shall we?
It was two mornings after I had dashed to Robert’s house, a planforming in my mind to stop Marielle fromgaining custody of her two children in her divorce. Although I had full confidence in Indy’s abilities as abarrister, I had wanted to guarantee that she would not take Bertie and Stuart away from their father,Eddie. Plus...well to tell the truth, I wanted to punish Marielle. Punish her for cuckolding my darlingEddie, for neglecting her children and for nearly destroying thehealth of my beloved Beth. I may not haveany direct control of the happenings in this world anymore, but I could still set things in motion.What I hadn’t counted on, was an attack of conscience or some new thoughts occurring to me as wepulled up in front of a very smart townhouse in a fashionable suburb of Simdon, and alighted from thehansom.“Miss Di, we have an appointment.” Said Robert, turning to me as the hansom pulled away.
“Hmm? Sorry Robert I was just thinking.” I replied.“Having second thoughts?” He asked.“You’ve known me too long.” I said, smiling, “I can’t help thinking that maybe this wasn’t a good ideaafter all. I mean there’s no guarantee that this is going to work is there? Then there is what it will meanfor the family reputation. Surely that has suffered enough, andI should not be making it worse?”

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