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Lord Belden’s Baggage by Emma Woodhouse – Chapter Six

Chapter Six Having secured the bride’s vows, the archbishop turned his attention to the groom, whom he had helped baptize over thirty years ago. “Do you—” “Wait, wait—just a second, please?” Bram asked, holding up his hand. The small group of people—less than fifty—when there might have been nearly five hundred—held their collective breaths, as […]

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Lord Belden’s Baggage by Emma Woodhouse – Chapter Five

Chapter Five The next morning, after breakfast, David excused himself from the library as soon as Charlotte appeared with Bram. Alisa, too, rose to leave, but Charlotte asked her to sit back down, so she did. She appeared quite uncomfortable, being in this room with Bram again, and almost everyone there knew exactly why that […]

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Lord Belden’s Baggage by Emma Woodhouse – Chapter Four

Chapter Four Alisa hadn’t gotten so much as a wink of sleep—various parts of her body that all resided in the same general area wouldn’t let her—so she was already awake when Evie appeared, the next morning. “Do you think I might have a tray in my room rather than going down? I’m not feeling […]

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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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Lord Belden’s Baggage by Emma Woodhouse – Chapter Two

Chapter Two “He most certainly will not!” Bram’s voice was the loudest of anyone’s, to her amazement, but everyone seemed to be in agreement that it was a patently ridiculous request, including the servants, who looked more horrified than their employers. Alisa backed down quickly. “I didn’t mean to offend anyone, but I want to […]

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Lord Belden’s Baggage by Emma Woodhouse – Chapter One

Chapter One c. 1888 “You have to find someone, son. It’s rapidly getting to the point where people are going to start to talk…” Lord Littlefield gave his son a worried look. The son in question took another sip of his drink, a small smile forming on his lips at his father’s agitated tone, which […]

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