Senior Chief wrote:My question is; where is Elizabeth Lytle. Did she get left behind in London because I did not read where she was on the ocean bound barge or the boat going in the opposite direction. Not sure she would leave Anthony Leebrick unless her love of London was greather than her love of Anthony. So where is she?
Spoiler from Passel of Rogues eARC should answer your question Senior Chief:
Leebrick cleared his throat. “While I should like to come to Edinburgh, and I won’t speak for the other two, I’m keen to get me over to Germany. I’ve Libby to support, and I’m not doing it here. The poor girl left all her livelihood behind when she left London, and the money she had of me won’t last forever. I could go with Robert, here, help him with the guarding of the littl’uns in Grantville?”
I put mine in word.doc and inserted page number this quote was on the top page 169 of 381 Which iswhere I am reading, good so far I must say, some of the politics dragged a little and the Scotts and Irish accents get a tad thick and hard to follow for my taste in parts, to each his own.