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Chapter 206 Parliament

  • With the tumultuous events unfolding, I found Paul's decision to impose house arrest on me to be a prudent move. A pervasive fear for my safety had settled in, dissuading me from even the simple pleasures of strolling in the garden. The invitation extended by Mrs Ingram for a dinner gathering at their residence invoked an unusual apprehension in me, marking the first instance where I hesitated to accept.
  • Contrary to my concerns, Paul saw it as an opportunity, a welcome distraction for me amid our challenging circumstances. Anne's commitment to attend with her husband and child added a familial dimension to the dinner, almost as if she meant I could not refute.
  • In the thick of the taxing effects of pregnancy and the relentless demands of Paul's business, I found myself navigating through a sense of detachment from my usual self.
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