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Judith McNaught
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"Whitney was so astonished to discover that she wasn't the only female in all of England who didn't devour the insipid things, that she instantly forgot her resolution to speak only in monosyllables." Part 1, England 1816: Chapter 1, pg. 14

"The Channel seemed to smooth out as she marched across the deck to stare in the direction of France. And her future." Part 1, England 1816: Chapter 2, pg. 22

"Whitney Stone, on the other hand, was a veritable treasure of contrasts, sparkling like rich, red burgundy with the promise of hidden and tantalizing things to come."
Part 2, France 1816-1820: Chapter 4, pg. 35

"'Without the cane, the gout, and the wheezing and snorting, you cannot possibly hope to convince anyone that you are a duke. Couldn't you choose some other title to which to aspire? You might be able to pass yourself off as an Earl if you had a bit of a squint and a...

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