Word usage examples
The first time Blythe had made Varya choke on her tea had been only shortly after Miles met his wife-to-be.
Blythe had liked her, so when Varya came to call at Wynter Lane one day, Blythe offered her tea.
It had been hilarious, even though Blythe had had the good sense not to laugh.
After Varya and Miles married, Blythe never refused the chance to shock her sister-in-law into such unladylike behavior.
In a little under two months, Blythe would have her inheritance, left to her by her father.
Dobson was infatuated with her, and to be frank, Blythe was flattered.
God forbid, London, Blythe appreciated the quiet of Devon and Brixleigh.
Lady Blythe had looked good in trousers and boots, she was even more stunning in a shimmering gown of gold silk that matched the room around them.
It was shocking enough that Lady Blythe asked for the name of his tailor, and even more shocking that she spoke of admiring his trousers!
Lady Blythe looked at him with something that seemed very much like uncertainty in her gaze.