By Julia Quinn
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But Benedict nodded all the same. "One of these days I'm going to have to give Sophie the boot," the countess said with a sniff. " Benedict felt a vague pang of pity for the poor, unseen Sophie. " Lady Penwood looked up and smiled. " As she prepared his cup, Benedict heard the clatter of feet coming down the stairs, and his heart began to race with excitement. Any minute now the countess's daughters would slip through the door, and surely one of them would be the woman he'd met the night before.
Lord Penwood and I were not blessed with children. " Benedict could not help but notice that the countess looked more irritated than saddened by her lack of Penwood progeny. " he asked. Maybe his mystery lady was a Gunningworth cousin. The countess shot him a suspicious look, which, Benedict had to admit, was well deserved, considering that his questions were not at all the usual fare for an afternoon call. " Rosamund and Posy were watching the exchange with great interest, their heads bobbing back and forth like balls at a tennis match.
The corners of her lips turned down in a most unattractive manner, and Benedict noticed that her frown lines were deep indeed. " he asked politely. She shook her head and waved her hand dismissively. "Merely that it is so difficult to find good help. " His mother never said any such thing, but that was probably because all of the Bridgerton servants were treated very well and thus were utterly devoted to the family. But Benedict nodded all the same. "One of these days I'm going to have to give Sophie the boot," the countess said with a sniff.
An Offer from a Gentleman (Bridgerton Series Book 03) by Julia Quinn