A Perfect Likeness (1985)

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Word to this effect was sent back to Polwithiel, leaving the duchess in some difficulties, as she had been counting upon Sebastian ending the match with Bryony before Felix returned. Now this seemed ...unlikely to come about in time, and Felix was not going to be at all pleased when he found out that his mother had deliberately gone against his orders concerning meddling in his cousin’s marriage affairs.
Still confined to her rooms, the duchess not knowing quite what to do with her, Bryony spent a great deal of time in the window seat, gazing out at the view over the estuary. She felt strangely empty now that all thought of marrying Sebastian must be at an end. She tried to tell herself that soon she would be far away from him and from the pain of her unrequited love, but the prospect made her feel more empty than ever.
Common sense and pride told her to deny the duchess the satisfaction of throwing her out; but Bryony simply could not bring herself to leave. It was as if by staying she remained Sebastian Sheringham’s intended wife.
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