Lady Betty Across the Water
I don't know yet whether I'm pleased or not, but I do know that I'm excited more excited than I've ever been in my life, except perhaps when Miss Mackinstry, my last governess, had hysterics in the schoolroom and fainted among the tea things.
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This was a delightful romp. Lady Betty, an English noblewoman, is packed off to America while her plainer sister endeavors to get engaged. Lady Betty, you see, is just too beautiful! Too sweet! Too ... Read full review
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