She raced onto the green, desperate to stop a duel. In the melee, Jocelyn Dudley, Duke of Tresham, was shot. To his astonishment, Tresham found himself hiring the servant as his nurse. Jane Ingleby was far too bold for her own good. Her blue eyes were the sort a man could drown in–were it... read more
“"Some people -- most people, in fact," she said, "are content with a relationship with God in which they have Him pinned down with words and in which they address Him in words. It is inevitable that all of us do it to a certain extent, of course. Words are what humans work with. But a few people discover that God is far vaster than all the owrds in every language and religion of the world combined. They discover tantalizing near glimpses of God only in silence -- in total nothingness. They communicate with God only by giving up all effort to do so."”Jane Ingleby (Lady Sara Illingsworth)
Followed by No Man's Mistress.
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