By Katherine Givens
Originally published in the Daily Love.
June 17, 1810
How dare you come to feel for another? My sister is negligent, but you are still her fiancé! The rings have not been exchanged and you have already committed an infidelity with some Spanish doxy. I refuse to relay your grievances to her. Compose a letter to her immediately, either expressing the entire situation and begging for her forgiveness or breaking your engagement.