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I found a new pastime: audio books.. Now I know this is not new to many, but I’m one of those that still enjoy buying physical copies of a book, manually turning its pages, and marking it up however I feel. So using other technology for book reading is new to me.

Lately, I have been listening to books online. And not just any books, but the most feminine books I could find. What makes them so feminine, you ask? I’ve discovered similar themes in all these books that I qualify as feminine. They are:

🍬Very dreamy, idyllic, & ideal scenes
🍬 Girly values, behavior, & responses
🍬Full of love, emotion, & realistic physiologic reactions
🍬Intricate lives, complex people, & global experiences
🍬Happy stories, cheerful endings, & surprise turn of events
🍬Passionate actors for dynamic diverse characters
🍬Complex speeches, beautiful narration, & lofty sentiments
🍬Great diction, excellent vocabulary, & creative descriptions
🍬 Beautiful young innocent & prestigious heroines

The three best audio books for feminine women I found are:

1. The Benefactress by Elizabeth Von Arnim 1901

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https://archive.org/details/benefactress_1409_librivox?q=Femininity

2. The Fortunate Foundlings by Eliza Haywood 1755

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https://archive.org/details/fortunatefoundlings_1505_librivox

3. First Love by Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev 1818

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https://librivox.org/first-love-by-ivan-turgenev/

The great thing about these particular books is that they’re in the public domain! That means if you have a device connected to Wi-Fi, you can hear these books for free too. Enjoy!! 💝

Have you found any other public domain audio books you can share with me? Please include a link to the source, Thank you!

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