Something Wonderful - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Judith McNaught
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Chapter 2 Summary

Nine years later, Jordan wounds a man in a duel over the man' wife's honor—Elizabeth Grangerfield, with whom Jordan had just slept. Jordan is tired of having to fight jealous husbands over their wives and decides that he won't sleep with married women anymore.

At the Bildrup's, preparations were in place for the grand night. Miss Leticia Bildrup tells her entourage about how disgraceful Elizabeth is for still chasing after Jordan, even though he had just wounded her husband earlier that day. Sir Roderick Carstairs agrees that Elizabeth is behaving badly and perhaps should only pursue Hawthorne in private, the way Leticia did. .

Elizabeth was married off to Lord Grangerfield after Jordan went to war in Spain. Jordan had thought about asking for her hand in marriage but didn't really want a wife then, or now. When Jordan arrived back in...

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