The Marrying Season

  • interior
  • Xerxes
  • Staffords' drawing room
  • library
  • river
  • Genevieve's bedroom
  • Thorwood London house
  • white's
  • horse drawn omnibus
  • fair ride
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   The interior of St. Margaret's church, where Genevieve contemplates her future.

 



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Xerxes, Genevieve's Angora (Persian) cat, made his appearance in A Summer Seduction.  I found this photo of a cat that was just the way  I pictured the blue-eyed fluffy white cat that Lord Rawdon once called 'the scourge of the household.'

photo credit: Konstik



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This elegant drawing room looked exactly like it had been decorated by the Countess, Genevieve's grandmother, so I thought it was perfect for the Staffords' London home.



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The library where Genevieve gets embroiled in a scandal.



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The cottage where Myles and Genevieve spent their honeymoon was nestled in a lush green landscape beside a clear river.



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The blue bedroom which the Countess declares perfect for Genevieve---and which sets off an argument between Myles and his bride.



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The Thorwood London house could have been part of this elegant row of townhouses.



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Brooks, like White's and Boodles, was a club in the St. James area frequented by the gentlemen of the ton.



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This is an omnibus like the one Hattie takes when she leaves the print shop.



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A larger version of this fair ride is where Genevieve finds Nell at Bartholomew Fair.



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