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Dedication 5. Contents 6. Acknowledgments 7.

Chapter One 8. Chapter Two 9. Chapter Three Chapter Four Chapter Five Chapter Six Chapter Seven Chapter Eight Chapter Nine She, of course, lived at Bridbury year-round, and had for four years now, ever since the divorce and its attendant scandal.

But Jeremy and his wife spent most of their time in London. He said he had to talk it over with you first. She loved her brother, and owed him a great deal for what he had done for her over the past few years.

They had a pleasant relationship. But she could not imagine anything that he would want to discuss with her before he would discuss it with their grandmother. Angela was well aware that her position in the family was the least important of anyone's, except perhaps Miss Monkbury's.

Apparently this Mr. Pettigrew is to be a part of the discussion, also. He and Jeremy retired to the library. I have rarely been quite so astonished.

However, I find that the present generation is so often graceless. Angela stared at her. But why? You had best go to the library and ask him yourself. However, do, please, go up to your room and change into something a trifle more presentable first. She stood up, saying, "If you will excuse me, Grandmama.

Her grandmother gave Angela a peremptory nod. You cannot meet this American person looking like a zookeeper. Perhaps I should leave the dogs here. Angela walked down the long gallery that stretched across the front of the house and into the west wing, where the bedrooms lay.

She found her maid, Kate, waiting for her in her room. Kate already had one of Angela's better dresses, a dark green velvet, spread out on the bed, and a pair of slippers to match it waiting at the foot of the bed.

It did not surprise Angela that her personal maid was well aware that Angela was to join her brother and their surprise guest. In fact, she would not have been astonished if Kate knew why Jeremy had come to Bridbury.

There was nothing as swift or as efficient as the servants' grapevine. Kate, a woman much the same age as Angela, with laughing brown eyes, a wealth of chestnut hair and a buxom figure, jumped up from the chair when Angela entered and hurried over to her, clicking her tongue admonishingly. You look like half the county is clinging to your skirts. Out drawing them pictures again, eh?

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Simple and delicate. Besides, it gives me something to do. It gave her pin money, which saved her from having to depend on Jeremy for absolutely everything.

She had lost her inheritance, of course, when she left Dunstan; the dowry she had taken with her into the marriage had stayed with him. She did not regret losing it; she never would. But it was hard, having to live on another's kindness, even her brother's. Kate had been undoing the row of tiny buttons down Angela's back and helping her out of her dress as she talked.

Now she held out the green dress for Angela, still chattering away merrily. Kate was allowed far more liberties than the typical maid. She had taken on the job of Angela's personal maid when both of them were in their teens, and the two of them had been close from the start. Kate had gone with Angela when she married Lord Dunstan years ago, and their bond had been forged into hardened steel during the ordeal of those years.

It had been Kate who helped Angela find the courage to leave Dunstan and then accompanied her when she stole out of the house in the dead of night.

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For that brave loyalty, Angela loved Kate almost like a sister. Since the divorce, her other friends, even close ones like her cousin Cee-Cee, had absented themselves from her life. Kate was now Angela's only confidante, her most valued friend, and it was only at Kate's insistence that she continued to serve as Angela's personal maid. Angela had asked her to remain at Bridbury as her companion.Sign in to Comment.

A Winter Scandal by Candace Camp

Alexander has some doubts about her story but he is ready to help her. But it was hard, having to live on another's kindness, even her brother's. The scandalously unmarried Lady Margaret Sawford is looking for adventure—and is always up for a challenge. Pettigrew is to be a part of the discussion, also. To change this data, submit a Change of Address request, or contact your local library for assistance.

I'd sooner sweat and have my independence. Donate Now. In fact, she would not have been astonished if Kate knew why Jeremy had come to Bridbury. However, it was just as painful, if not more so, to see him struggling to keep up and always falling behind, and if they went far, he simply could not make it.

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