Almost Heaven - Study Guide Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

Judith McNaught
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Jake attempts to make breakfast, but because he has never cooked before he ends up burning everything. Lucinda decides that she and Jake should go to the village to hire a couple of servant girls to help out in the cottage. Elizabeth is unhappy with the idea because she does not want to left alone with Ian since Ian continues to be rude and to insist that Elizabeth invited him to the greenhouse. Before leaving, Lucinda pulls Ian aside and tells him that she knows he is the grandson of the Duke of Stanhope, and as such she expects him to act properly alone with Elizabeth. After Lucinda and Jake leave, Elizabeth asks Ian if they could possibly reach an understanding to perhaps ease the tension. Ian reluctantly agrees, but not before making a few comments about Elizabeth's lack of morals. Encouraged, Elizabeth sets about...

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