Olivia had never known love before. Her ne'er-do-well brothers had little affection, and less interest, in her. She could not remember ever having been kissed — her mother and father had been gone so many years. So when Sir Noah married her — not for love — but to save her good name, she scarcely dared to admit that she loved him — or to dream that he loved her.
Of one thing she was certain, however, she was an Earl's daughter. She knew how to use dignity and discretion to disguise her doubts about her husband's fidelity. Loved, or unloved, she knew how to be . . . A Baronet’s Wife
Sir Noah Lawrence and Olivia, Lady Lawrence
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