The Lion's Lady - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

Julie Garwood
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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

The journal entry dated August 10, 1795, is Jessica's account of Edward's first kindness to her father. They remain in England "longer than Edward really wished" so that Jessica's father could share her birthday celebration. The day after she turned seventeen, she and her husband leave for their new life. While she hates leaving her father, she begins to be excited about her future.

The conversation between Christina and Patricia in the coach on the way to the next party involves Lyon, and Patricia says that Lyon "won't do" as a potential husband for Christina because he's "too shrewd." Christina assures her aunt that she will not fail in her quest. At the Baker townhouse, Christina slips away for a moment alone and encounters Lyon on the way back to the dining room. Lyon continues to be confused by Christina's use of some...

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