Can You Forgive Her?
Kate Vavasor remained only three days in London before she started for Yarmouth; and during those three days she was not much with her cousin. "I'm my aunt's, body and soul, for the next six weeks," she said to Alice, when she did come to Queen Anne Street on the morning after her arrival. "And she is exigeant in a manner I can't at all explain to you. You mustn't be surprised if I don't even write a line. I've escaped by stealth now.
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Review: Can You Forgive Her? (Palliser #1)User Review - Andrea Lundgren - Goodreads
I greatly enjoyed this book. I didn't find it quite as humorous as "He Knew He was Right" but I felt it was a very honest depiction of independent women during Victorian. However, the character who is ... Read full review
Review: Can You Forgive Her? (Palliser #1)User Review - Heike Lttrr - Goodreads
This is the oldest novel of the modern form that I've ever read (published in 1864), and it's a great example of what back then was the most common form for the novel: serialized chapters in ... Read full review