Louisa and Lucille are becoming accustomed to life in Wintercrest Manor. Lucy has discovered that her sister is quite content living her life with her strict husband, Lord Edward. Lucy begins her own journey of self-discovery when Lord Edward, her guardian, agrees that she may be courted. Though he has serious doubts about the man, Edward decides to allow Lucy's former mathematics professor, Charles Lloyds, a chance to prove his worth.
Lord and Lady Huntington step off the train where they spent their honeymoon. Lucy is both excited and terrified as their carriage draws them ever closer to Hunter's Ridge, where she will finally meet Lucas' family. An accident on the road does nothing to soothe her shattered nerves until her husband promises that he will always be there, always protect her, and always love her. She has learned so much at his hands during their short marriage as he patiently teaches her what he expects both from his wife and from his special Little One.
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Leaving her twin sister Louisa and her husband Lord Edward Wintercrest behind, Lucy knows that while she is sad, it is only right that she follow her husband. Every aspect of traveling by train fascinates her.
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The Lord of Wintercrest Manor has married the love of his life in Louisa Furniss. She is slowly learning the rules of his household; rules she never thought she could obey, but her love and desire for her husband help her in her journey in submission as his child bride. Her lessons are suddenly halted when tragedy strikes. Her parents are killed in a carriage accident leaving her with only one living relative - her twin sister Lucy.
The sisters had always shared everything, including their birth. As identical twins, they had never before kept secrets from each other. Not, that is, until the day Louisa wed. Her husband, Lord Edward Wintercrest, wasn't the secret Louisa was terrified would be revealed. It was obvious to all who knew the couple that their marriage was one of deep abiding love for one another. What wasn't obvious was the lifestyle the new bride was being trained to assume.