Arabella Dempsey’s dear friend Jane Austen warned her against teaching. But Miss Climpson’s Select Seminary for Young Ladies seems the perfect place for Arabella to claim her independence while keeping an eye on her younger sisters nearby. Just before Christmas, she accepts a position at the... read more
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“When Turnip spotted Arabella Dempsey, he did the sensible, mature thing. He began sawing at a tree with the wrong side of his ax.”
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