Portrait of a Lady
by Amanda Kelly
He flushed, and then smiled. “Writing and Arithmetic I can manage for myself. I need to be educated to be a Duke.” He paused, “I know that you are said to be the best-educated young woman in Society, and I am hoping that you might allow me to benefit from your knowledge. Could you teach me, Lady Trinity?”
She turned to her companion in bemusement. Miss Stevens was shaking her head, as though to forbid the connection, but Trinity looked back to the young man, standing with his hat in his hand like a supplicant begging for favours, and she extended her hand towards him.
“Your Grace, I would be honoured to help you in any way that I can.”
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