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Author: Quinn Julia. 29 downloads Views Splendid (Blydon Series 01) · Read more · Splendid Read more · A Thousand Splendid Suns. Read more. Based on the phenomenal growth of Quinn′s popularity, and her four-week stint on the New York Times bestseller list with Romancing Mr Bridgerton, it′s the perfect time to revisit Ms Quinn′s ′splendid′ storytelling. American heiress Emma Dunster has always been fun-loving. Get Instant Access to PDF File: Read. D0wnl0ad Online Free Now eBook Splendid. Blydon Book 1 By Julia Quinn PDF EBOOK. EPUB KINDLE. Read D0wnl0ad.
And two, he has no plans to marry anytime soon…. But true love tends to blossom just when one least expects it, and passion can melt even the most stubborn of hearts. John Dunster shifted uncomfortably in his chair. Henry and Caroline love you like their own, and you told me yourself that you like Belle and Ned better than any of your friends in Boston. John crossed his arms.
Emma quickly tried to remedy the situation. Cook threw up her arms and shrieked, sending clouds of flour billowing through the air. One of the kitchen maids stopped kneading dough for a moment and ventured a question. Now off with you before I call the countess. Belle quaked at the mention of her mother. Emma smiled to herself, silently agreeing with her cousin. She and Belle had gotten into nonstop mischief since they had arrived three weeks earlier.
It was just that there seemed so little to do in London. Back home she kept busy with her work for Dunster Shipping. But in London, bookkeeping was not deemed an appropriate pastime for women, and it seemed that proper young English ladies had no other duties besides getting fitted for gowns and learning how to dance. Not that she was unhappy. As much as she missed her father, she rather liked being a part of a larger family.
She and Belle had started to go to great lengths to entertain themselves. Emma smiled guiltily at their exploits. There was really no way they could they have guessed that the entire first floor of the Blydon mansion would have to be aired out.
Her relatives really ought to have thanked her. During the week they were getting rid of the fleas, the entire family quit London and had a marvelous holiday in the country, riding, fishing, and staying up all night playing cards.
Emma taught her relatives how to play poker, a game she had bribed her neighbor into teaching her back in Boston. Caroline had shaken her head and sighed that Emma was a bad influence.
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Now she was a bluestocking and a hoyden. Even though she knew that Emma ought to return to her father in Boston, she secretly hoped Emma would fall in love with an Englishman and settle down in London. So Caroline had arranged a huge ball to introduce Emma to London society. It was to be held that night, and Emma and Belle had fled belowstairs, not wanting to get trapped into taking care of all the last minute arrangements for the party.
Cook was having none of it, however, telling the young women over and over again that they would only get in her way. It was true. Belle and Emma did cheer up the kitchen staff with their crazy antics.
Goes against my good judgment, this does. You need to be getting ready abovestairs, not dancing around my kitchen. And two cups of sugar. Cook sighed and started to head back to the pantry. Emma chuckled as she easily carried the sack of flour back over to where Belle was measuring out sugar. Belle laughed, too. Emma nodded. In all honesty, she was quite excited about her first London ball. She was eager to put all those fitting sessions and dancing lessons to use.
But Lady Caroline was nothing if not a perfectionist, and she was issuing orders like an army general.
After weeks of gowns, flowers, and music selections, neither Emma nor Belle wanted to be found anywhere near the ballroom while Lady Caroline was getting everything ready. The kitchen was the last place Caroline would look for them.
Once they started their measuring, Belle turned to Emma, her blue eyes serious. You English can be a little daunting, you know, with all of your rules and etiquette.
Belle smiled sympathetically, pushing a lock of her wavy blond hair out of her eyes. It will be the death of me.
She would never make me get married just for the sake of getting married. He told me not to worry, however, that he was certain he could break me of the habit once we were married. Emma shot her a sideways glance. Belle pondered the question for a few moments before answering. Ned had once called her a chameleon, pointing out that her hair seemed to change color with each shake of her head.
One glimmer of light set her locks aflame. And her eyes, normally a clear violet, smoldered and darkened to dangerous black when she was in a temper. Emma scooped some flour into the last bowl and wiped her hands on her apron. I want three in each bowl. And no shells, you hear me? I knew you two would have no cooking sense. Cook scanned the room, her gaze finally resting on a young maid who was hunched over a pile of berries.
Mary wiped her wet hands on her apron. Emma looked around. There were at least a dozen people in the kitchen, and all of them looked terribly busy. And no spare hands to go fetch more.
Emma rolled her eyes. Besides, I could use a little fresh air. Although you certainly cannot accompany me. She smelled victory. This is highly irregular, letting you go out by yourself. Emma let out an exasperated sigh.
And maybe smear a little on my cheek. Does everyone understand? Emma took a deep breath of the crisp spring air when she reached the street. Dressed as a maid, she could walk along unnoticed. Emma turned the final corner on the way to the market.
She took her time as she ambled down the sidewalk, stopping to glance in every store window.
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Emma hummed cheerfully as she entered the bustling market and purchased several dozen eggs. They were a little awkward to carry, but she was careful not to grimace. A kitchen maid would be used to carrying such burdens, and Emma did not want to spoil her disguise. Besides, she was fairly strong, and it was only five short blocks home. He returned her grin. You sound as if you hail from the Colonies. Emma groaned inwardly. The grocer seemed ready for a long, engaging conversation, and she really needed to get back home before Belle started worrying about her.
She started backing out the door, smiling all the way. She walked slowly, eager to prolong her little adventure. Description eBook Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! The Bridgertons: Book 8. An Offer From a Gentleman: With 2nd Epilogue The Bridgerton Series: Book 3. The Viscount Who Loved Me: Book 2. The Duke and I: Book 1. Brighter Than the Sun Lyndon Sisters: Everything and the Moon Lyndon Sisters: Minx Blydon: Dancing at Midnight Blydon Series: Item Added: View Wishlist.
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