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Almost Heaven Quotes

Judith McNaught
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"Fifteen servants wearing the traditional blue and silver livery of the Earl of Cameron left Havenhurst at dawn on the same day. All of them carried identical, urgent messages that Lady Elizabeth's uncle, Mr. Julius Cameron, had directed them to deliver at fifteen homes throughout England. The recipients of these messages all had only one thing in common: They had once offered for Lady Elizabeth's hand in marriage." Chapter 1, pg. 9

"For a year and a half there had been no visitors at Havenhurst, and so it was little wonder that Elizabeth felt an absurd burst of pleasure followed by confusion."
Chapter 2, pg. 21


"Two things hit Elizabeth at once: His piercing eyes were the strange color of gleaming amber, while his voice was richly textured and deep; the combination sent a peculiar warmth up her spine." Chapter 4, pg. 75

"Something in the somber way he was standing—added to the...

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