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Almost Heaven Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 1-3 Summary

Judith McNaught
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Chapters 1-3 Summary

Almost Heaven is a novel by Judith McNaught. The novel centers on Elizabeth, a young aristocrat whose uncle has decided it is time for her to be married despite the disastrous debut that ruined her reputation in society. Elizabeth resists the idea of a loveless marriage, especially when she learns that one of the men who has accepted her uncle's offer of her hand in marriage is the very man who ruined her reputation in the first place. Almost Heaven is an often amusing romance full of misdirection and the sensuality that fans of Judith McNaught have come to expect.

Nearly two years ago, Elizabeth Cameron debuted and received more than a dozen marriage proposals. Elizabeth's brother Robert had accepted one of these proposals when Elizabeth attended a disastrous weekend party that would change her life forever. At this party, Elizabeth met Ian Thornton, an...

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