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Almost Heaven Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 26-28 Summary

Judith McNaught
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Chapters 26-28 Summary

Elizabeth is shocked when she arrives at Montmayne, Ian's home, and discovers it is no less than an imposing mansion. Elizabeth chastises Ian for not telling her about his obvious wealth, but Ian is pleased with her reaction because it proves that she is not marrying him for his wealth. Now Ian gives Elizabeth the betrothal ring. At the same time, Elizabeth criticizes Ian's habit of spending too much money, promising to teach him how to bargain. At a ball a few nights later, Elizabeth's dance card is full. It is as though the last two years never happened. Elizabeth and Ian play the game, pretending to not know each other well in order to make it appear their courtship has just begun. Belhaven is present and tries to monopolize Elizabeth's time until Ian insults him, scaring him away. Lord Marchman is there as well...

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