Something Wonderful - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Judith McNaught
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Chapter 14 Summary

The following day everyone arrived at Hawthorne. It was the most beautiful and impressive estate Alexandra had ever seen. When they get inside, Alexandra asks if she can see Jordan's bedchambers, so she can get to know what he was like. During the next few days, she quickly studies everything she can about society and etiquette. The only complaint the duchess has is that Alexandra talks with the servants, and Filbert and Penrose are more of a nuisance than anything. But she couldn't say anything about it to Alexandra because she didn't want to dampen her spirits when the dowager duchess knew Alexandra was trying so hard to make her happy.

Whenever Alexandra thought about Jordan, she was sure they were in love. As the season passed, and she did her best to prepare for her coming out into society, nature took its...

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