2 March 1810 . . . Today, I fell in love. At the age of ten, Miranda Cheever showed no signs of Great Beauty. And even at ten, Miranda learned to accept the expectations society held for her—until the afternoon when Nigel Bevelstoke, the handsome and dashing Viscount Turner, solemnly... read more
“Unrequited love, she was discovering, was much worse when one actually saw the object of one's desire.”Miranda Cheever
“I suppose that's what makes something art. What can send one person into raptures may fail to move another even the tiniest bit.”Miranda Cheever
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Get yourself a dress and get yourself some flowers, because, sweetheart, you’re getting yourself a new name.”Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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