Then, she saw Henry DuBoise. The friendly picture of a handsome man with kind eyes caught her attention but his personal description kept her focused.
Henry DuBoise advertised in the Bulletin with one goal in mind. To find a wife strong enough to be by his side while he changed his life from sailing to farming. He expected his future to be a worthwhile struggled and needed a woman to help him.
When Sally responded to his advertisement, he thought his wish had been granted. Only, the beautiful and delicate woman stepping off of the train resembled a fashion plate far more than a sturdy farm wife.
Now, he doesn't want to marry and ruin her with a rough life. She doesn't want to go home to the Wigg School and Foundling Home in disgrace, unwanted and unloved again.
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