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She thought I would keep you safe. " "If it's all right with you, I shall take a nap," Tobias said, closing his eyes. " What did that mean, Toushay? Chapter Eight Knole House, country residence of the Duke of Gilner Late afternoon June 17, 1784 The Duke of Gilner's estate lay deep in the green hills of Kent. It was a square house with aggressively symmetrical wings, the whole of it arranged with every bit of mathematical rigor that could be summoned to the task. Windows marched around the wings like soldiers on parade.

She and Villiers had a laugh about Oyster at the benefit the other night. He's a joke between them, you see. " "Nothing could make Oyster look fashionable," Eleanor said flatly. "I'll pin one of my ostrich feathers into his collar. Queen Charlotte herself adorned her dog with ostrich feathers. Or was it peacock feathers? This will show Villiers that you are truly a la mode. " "But I am not a la mode," Eleanor began. " "Part of him is a pug," Anne said, patting the dog. " She was wearing a wildly fashionable chip hat lined with sarcenet, with a cluster of white feathers on one side.

He shuddered. "I arrived here from the household of the Marquess of Pestle. " "Of course not," Eleanor said soothingly. She had a sudden thought. "I do believe that the Duke of Villiers may pay Lady Lisette a visit today or tomorrow, Mr. " He turned even paler, if that were possible. "And her aunt's gone visiting! " "Likely a good idea," Eleanor agreed. "Would you mind having my dog brought to my chamber, Mr. " He starting wringing his hands again. "A dog? " "Yes," she said. "My dog. He's a small pug, cream-colored with a black muzzle.

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