By Anne Herries
Lord Pendleton’s Society spouse In her first season in London, nation lady Susannah Hampton is burdened by means of the attentions of the rushing Lord Pendleton. prosperous, yet undeniably smug, he's under no circumstances the type of husband she had in brain. even supposing she can’t aid yet locate him beautiful. quickly Susannah will get what she hopes for – a wedding concept! She might be an blameless kingdom omit, yet now Susannah is set to inflame her husband’s ardour – and soften the ice round his center… Debutantes benefit from the delights of A Season on the town
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She could have had nothing to smile about living in her brother’s house, for he was undoubtedly a bully. ‘Come and have tea,’ Amelia said and indicated that they should sit. ‘You must wish for some refreshment after your journey. I am sorry that I had to keep you waiting. My brother came unexpectedly to call…’ A look of anger and distress passed fleetingly across her face, but was gone so quickly that it might never have been there. Susannah glanced around the large, square room. The décor was all in varying shades of green and cream, soft muted colours that gave it a feeling of comfort and ease.
You see, Mama, exciting things do happen. ’ ‘Amelia is so generous,’ her mother said and dabbed at her eyes with a lace kerchief. The scent of her favourite lavender water wafted towards Susannah. ‘She has offered you a Season in town, dearest. She knows of Papa’s misfortune and she wants to help us. She will pay all our expenses and give you a dowry of five thousand pounds. Five thousand pounds, Susannah! Such a huge sum—and she makes it sound nothing! ’ Mrs Hampton was quite overcome. Her hand trembled as she touched Susannah’s arm.
Her smile was unconsciously wistful. Mrs Hampton shook her head sadly at her daughter’s flight of fancy. ‘You are very pretty, my darling, but things do not often hap pen that way. ’ Susannah pulled a face, for the Squire was past forty, a generous kind gentleman, who had buried two wives and had a brood of boisterous children. She appreciated his qualities, but found him rather large and a little too dull for her quick mind. She flicked her long, honey-coloured hair back out of her eyes. It was always escaping from its ribbons and curling in tendrils about her face.