By Tracie Peterson
Jillian struggles to fill the shoes--and identity-- of her exact dual sister amid the stern ideas and workouts of the Arizona Harvey apartment. while the neighborhood health care professional inadvertently discovers her ruse, he creates a plan of his personal. Westward Chronicles ebook three.
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The back stairs, Judith had explained, were down the hall from the front entrance and past the last of two parlors. Jillian hurried to make her way through the house. She knew her mother would disapprove of her unladylike conduct, but she supposed there would soon be much that her mother would disapprove. Juggling suitcase and skirts, she mounted the stairs quickly. Perhaps she would catch Kate in the process of changing her apron and then ask any questions that came to mind. But Kate was rushing out of the room just as Jillian topped the stairs.
This was to be true whether mounting stairs or visiting with guests. One showed poor manners when appearing pressed for time. When they reached Judith’s room, she quickly pulled Jillian inside and let out a laugh that could no doubt be heard throughout the house. “I thought I would die when she talked of Mr. Nelson. As if that bad tooth was the only reason his face was swollen. Why, the man must weigh three hundred pounds if he weighs an ounce. ” Jillian smiled and nodded, feeling her budding excitement override her previous apprehensions.
Would she miss it? Would she find the rustic nature of Judith’s tiny Arizona water stop to be an unbearable punishment? I’m twenty-three years old and I’ve never even contemplated living on my own, Jillian reasoned. And in truth, she hadn’t. For all of her mother’s meddling and continuous parade of suitors, Jillian had simply taken it in stride like a good daughter. She had been raised to be ornamental and lovely, gifted in singing and playing the piano, and graceful and elegant in dancing and formal entertainment.