The Spinster's Thimble
by Amanda Kelly
Mr Swales had never commented on her idea, and in fact she had not proposed it, because what would be the point of asking an untitled man to pass the peerage onto his second son without touching it himself? She regretted not considering his proposal more carefully, not least because he was the most appealing of all the gentleman she had met in London. Handsome, with bright eyes that glittered when he laughed, and an engaging wit that she thought better than most of the titled gentleman that she had met. It had not been a question of lack of attraction, it had been only his lack of title and good birth that had made her reject him. What a fool she seemed now!
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