There was Miss Price, in her night gown, queerly holding a brush up to her mouth, bounding and twirling around the room, while singing most enthusiastically.
“I made it through the wilderness; somehow I made it thrrrrough…didn’t know how lost I was til I found you…” 10
“Oh you made me feel, ohhhhh you made me feel…shiny and newwww. Like a virgin…ohhhhh…touch for the very first time…”
Suppressing her giggles, she was excessively glad when her brother informed her the previous night that the wedding was being moved forward and he would be marrying Miss Price tomorrow. Even though she had only been at Pemberly for three weeks, Georgiana already felt like she was her beloved, elder sister.
She never met anyone like Miss Price before. She was astoundingly unique, fun spirited, and not in the least boring. There could be no doubt why her brother wanted her to be his life mate.
And when she disclosed to Mis...
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