By Anne Herries
Lord Pendleton’s Society spouse In her first season in London, kingdom woman Susannah Hampton is pressured via the attentions of the rushing Lord Pendleton. prosperous, yet undeniably conceited, he's under no circumstances the type of husband she had in brain. even if she can’t support yet locate him beautiful. quickly Susannah will get what she hopes for – a wedding suggestion! She will be an blameless kingdom omit, yet now Susannah is decided 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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It was always escaping from its ribbons and curling in tendrils about her face. She presented a charming picture, for she was truly beautiful, but she seldom considered her looks, though she knew she was pretty because everyone told her so. However, it had not turned her head, and she was generally popular with both the gentlemen and the ladies she met. Unfortunately, situated as they were, she met very few gentlemen that either she or her mama considered a suitable match. ’ Susannah lived in the expectation of some thing exciting happening.
She is a good girl and has been a great comfort to me these past months. ’ ‘Yes, of course she has,’ Amelia said and laughed. ’ Susannah shook her head. She had always known she was pretty, of course, but with her hair styled differently she was beginning to feel like someone else—a young woman instead of a girl. ‘I hope that I shall meet someone I can like well enough to marry him,’ she said. ’ ‘I dare say you will be able to pick and choose when we are in town,’ Amelia told her. ‘I was thought pretty when I was your age.
Oh…’ Susannah laughed because she believed he was teasing her. ‘I fear that I must be un fashionable then, sir. I have not yet acquired town bronze and you must forgive my country manners—but I refuse to be bored when people have gone to so much trouble on my behalf. ’ ‘Then you will set a new fashion,’ he told her. ’ Susannah looked at him un certainly as their dance ended. She was not quite sure what to think of him, because he was very different from most of the young gentlemen she had danced with that evening.