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Published: 2018-06-10T16:00:00+00:00

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The Fairy Stepmother Inc. by Maggie Hoyt

CHAPTER FIVE

THE NEXT DAY, Mina came bouncing into my study. “There’s three cards today!” she exclaimed.

I almost wept. “Thank you, Mina.”

 

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The Fairy Stepmother Inc. by Maggie Hoyt

Author:Maggie Hoyt , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Maggie Hoyt

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Inkshares

Published: 2018-06-10T16:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER FIVE

THE NEXT DAY, Mina came bouncing into my study. “There’s three cards today!” she exclaimed.

I almost wept. “Thank you, Mina.”

Three visitors? You couldn’t have them all at once, could you? Not if they were all mothers and sons, I was pretty sure. You’d have to have some other girls, and I certainly didn’t want to host a whole luncheon. I’d have to reschedule two of them. That was all right, wasn’t it? I briefly considered asking Roompilda, and then laughed at myself for thinking of it.

I leafed through the cards. A Lady Corbyn and her son. Never heard of them. You probably won’t have heard of any of them, I thought. I’ll have to pick randomly. Close my eyes and point. Or throw darts. Did I have darts somewhere?

I looked at the next card. Oh, forget randomness. Lady Francesca Kingsley and Ethan? Absolutely. The Corbyns were a no. They could come at the beginning of next week. And this last card … I stopped suddenly as I read the name. Hugo Piminder.

Why did he want to visit me? Men didn’t do visits. I could tell him I had to entertain Fan’s visitors, at least. I turned the card over.

Perhaps you would like to join me for dinner tonight? it read.

Dinner. No, no, I wouldn’t like to. I didn’t like him at all. He shared at least one trait with Husband #1: he was sweetly charming to anyone he wanted something from, and utterly awful to those who didn’t matter. I didn’t have to like him just because he was nice to me, not when he’d been so cruel to Clarrie. After all, as I’d learned from Husband #1, as soon as you weren’t useful anymore, you could change categories quite quickly.

I did need to talk to him, however. I had to know how much the Babcocks’ debt was, and most importantly, I needed him to make this a bigger deal. I needed all of Strachey to anticipate the day Clarrie Babcock would spin straw into gold. And the only way I could get him to set parameters would be to speak to him, despite how badly I wanted to ignore him.

I took a deep breath and wrote my responses on the cards. Then I gave them to Mina to deliver and prayed they’d all arrive at the correct destination. Fan should be happy Ethan’s coming today, I thought. Surely, she would have an easier time being “proper” around someone she liked.

I walked by the drawing room where she was having her lesson and put my ear to the door.

“Your spine should be perfectly straight. Imagine a string attached to the top of your head. If someone tugs on it, it will pull you upright. No, that is not straight. If you arch your back, you are simply making your rump look even larger.” I heard Roompilda sigh.

“Now suck in your stomach,” she said.

“Ow. I can’t stand like this.”

“You’ve practiced your atrocious posture for too long. You’ll build up the strength eventually.

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