The Lion's Lady - Chapters 9, 10 and 11 Summary & Analysis

Julie Garwood
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Chapters 9, 10 and 11 Summary

The journal entry is dated September 7, 1795, and outlines Jessica's discovery that she carries Edward's child. She says that she first put the morning sickness down to the weather, having been aboard a ship bound for several days. She says that she begins to feel safe after several days at sea, feeling that she is beyond Edward's grasp. She ends with the statement, "God forgive me, Christina, but I prayed for your death."

Christina argues with Lyon's servants as they pack up her possessions. They are sympathetic but adamantly refuse to disobey Lyon's orders. People are indeed gossiping about the couple and Lyon has their engagement notice posted in the paper, an act that Colette, the lady's maid, believes ultimately romantic. When a visitor arrives at the townhouse, Christina goes downstairs. Expecting that it is Lyon, she begins yelling but discovers that...

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