The Mysterious Mrs. Pennybaker

· Decadent Publishing
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About this ebook

In the Roaring Twenties…

A Hello Girl during WWI, widowed Ariel Pennybaker served her country proudly. She now carries on her late husband’s legacy…a home for the many returning injured soldiers.

With her year of mourning nearly at an end, she’s had enough of her self-imposed celibacy. It’s time to get back in the game.

A chance meeting with a handsome WWI aviator fills her imagination with thoroughly naughty thoughts. When a second man walks into her life, her naughty thoughts turn downright decadent. What better way to fulfill her fantasies than by sharing both men’s beds.

As tempting as the idea is, Ariel has a huge secret, one she must protect at all costs. And it’s possible one or both of her lovers is not what he seems.


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Ariel Pennybaker was a Hello Girl during WWI. She did translations for the army and has continued to do so after the war. Her husband has died and she is keeping on with his work of providing a place ...

About the author

Dear Reader,

Thank you so much for your interest in The Mysterious Mrs. Pennybaker. As an author, it both humbles and encourages me that a perfect stranger wants to read what I write.

I absolutely love the Roaring Twenties era … with its decadent lifestyles and rich history. I also wanted to showcase those who served with our forces during the first World War. I found the history of the “Hello Girls” most fascinating and knew I wanted to tell a small part of their story.

I would love to hear your thoughts on my work, either by email at, or in the form of an honest review.

Happy reading,


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