Something Wonderful - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Judith McNaught
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Chapter 15 Summary

The night to present Alexandra has finally arrived, and the dowager duchess is nervous extremely nervous. She did exceptionally well at the ball except for two big mistakes that made everyone question her ability to co-exist with them. The first incident was when she raised her voice slightly, but enough for everyone to hear, asking if Jordan had once enjoyed the ballet. The second mistake was when she openly admired the two most beautiful women at the ball. The first was a mistake because one of Jordan's most famous mistresses was a ballerina, and the second was a mistake because she was admiring two of his other famous paramours, one of whom was Lady Grangerfield.

Unbeknownst to everyone in London, Jordan was lying barely alive in a dungeon in France. He had been captured just before his ship sank. He lay there with...

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