Forbidden Love Breaks the Rules of Cass and Culture in New Book

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Shauna Springs pens novel to illuminate elitism and question societal norms

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The story is set in 1902, and it teaches that some things never change. There are still issues of racism, classism and women’s rights.

Love between two individuals is a hotly-debated topic in modern society, but history shows that there has always been someone pushing to break free from cultural norms.

“A Forbidden Boundary” by Shauna Springs is a historical drama following the life of wealthy Mary Anne Winters as she pushes social boundaries to be with the man she loves.

The romance between Romeo and Juliet has captivated audiences for generations. “A Forbidden Boundary” is reminiscent of the old play, bringing new life and social issues to modern readers. There are many boundaries labeled as forbidden that are being pushed today, shaping the culture in which we all live.

“The story is set in 1902, and it teaches that some things never change. There are still issues of racism, classism and women’s rights,” Springs says.

Many young women face fear and uncertainty when trying to determine their life paths. The main character of the book, Mary Anne, is an example of open-mindedness, love and courage to overcome societal boundaries that can inspire readers during this essential time.

“Sometimes, you have to sacrifice everything, including family, to be with the one you love,” Springs says.

For more information, visit BalboaPress.

A Forbidden Boundary
By Shauna Springs
ISBN: 978-1-45252-300-2
Available in softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and BalboaPress

About the author
After graduating high school, Shauna Springs immediately began working to support herself. She wants to promote the idea that, regardless of socioeconomic status, people can find happiness. “A Forbidden Boundary” is her first book. Springs currently lives in Marysville, Washington, where she enjoys studying history and writing.

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