Lord Belden’s Baggage by Emma Woodhouse – Chapter Three

Chapter Three The tour—both inside and out—was wonderful. She’d had no idea, really, of the sheer size of the house, to say nothing of their vast lands, filled with fields and sheep and tenant farmers and pasture, as well as a large area of manicured grounds around the manor, itself. It would be a bit […]
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