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DEFINING MOMENT 4 – FOR RICHER, NOT POORER Bite-sized Extract #read #fiction #enjoy #like

In this bite-size piece of my first novel, Defining Moments, Elizabeth gets closer to finding herself a lawful wedded bank account. London’s bush telegraph had been rife about the demise of Fergus’s father and his untimely death on the hunting field.  A higher frequency buzz was also being circulated at certain social gatherings reporting that despite the Grant's of Silkwoods not being listed in either Burkes or Debrett’s, Fergus was one of the most eligible bachelors around.

DEFINING MOMENT 3 – FERGUS Bite-sized Extract #read #fiction #enjoy #like

Fellow members of the equally ecstatic audience leaving the theatre behind him applauded when his feet touched the ground.  He laughed, turned for a few seconds, bowed to the assembled crowd then bounded off in the direction of Shaftesbury Avenue singing, ‘Just you wait, ‘enry ‘iggins, just you wait!’

DEFINING MOMENT 2 – ELIZABETH Bite-sized Extract #read #fiction #enjoy #like

She bent her head, to place her smooth cheek against the dry, wrinkled jowls of her Great-Aunt Sarah. The first and last time they made physical contact.  Elizabeth snatched her head away; she hated the woman with a vengeance.  The feeling was mutual.

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