Mr Cavendish, I Presume by Julia Quinn
  • A presence of a supposed long-lost cousin, and I'm not going to tell whether his existence is fake or original
  • I find that bit of the plot truly ironical and applaud the author for having such an awesome idea to write a book as wonderful as this

    • by eryana09
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      This story, Mr Cavendish, I Presume by Julia Quinn is actually like a feel-good for me for all men out there who just love to take things or rather, ladies, fiancee and girlfriends for granted, and finding out that actually he does really love that particular person in the end!

      That’s what happens to the character of


      Thomas Cavendish, or also known as the upcoming Duke of Wyndham, whom had been engaged to Amelia Willoughby since they were like babies. And Amelia starts to have the sense that perhaps Thomas doesn’t really love her after all, and is very comfortable to the idea of being engaged. So she just carries on with her ...

      • life and continues to study her. And the turn-event of the story? A presence of a supposed long-lost cousin, and I’m not going to tell whether his existence is fake or original.

        He actually claims that he is the real Duke of Wyndham, whom has been lost or something. And it really jeopardizes the

        position of Thomas, because if not for the title, he wouldn’t be able to marry Amelia after all, because then, he won’t be the future Duke of Wyndham, which Amelia is supposed to marry.

        I find that bit of the plot truly ironical and applaud the author for having such an awesome idea to write a book as wonderful as this.

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