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Pretence & Reality

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120 pages1 hour

Summary

Peggy Floyd gave up her high-powered city job as an Accounts Manager to return to her hometown of Coveroak to sit in the drawing room of Fordingham Manor pretending to be a simpering Georgian miss who spends her day embroidering or singing a sweet song whilst playing the pianoforte for coach loads of visitors who come to tour a Stately Home and find out about life in the seventeen hundreds.
In reality she is a modern young woman who prefers to wear jeans and a T-shirt and whose natural perceptiveness means she is not easily fooled by anyone purporting to be what they were not.
Therefore, when Nathan Watson is introduced as a Georgian Gardener her suspicions are aroused and she determines to find out the real reason for his arrival at the Manor.

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