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Have you ever wondered what happened to your favorite characters after you closed the final page? Wanted just a little bit more of a favorite novel? For those of you who have not read the Bridgerton novels, I would caution you that some of these 2nd epilogues might not make much sense without having read the accompanying novel.

For those of you who have read the Bridgerton novels, I hope you enjoy reading these short stories as much as I have enjoyed writing them.

Midway through The Duke and I, Simon refuses to accept a bundle of letters written to him by his late estranged father. Daphne, anticipating that he might someday change his mind, takes the letters and hides them, but when she offers them to Simon at the end of the book, he decides not to open them.

Readers wanted to know what was in the letters, but I must confess: I did not. What interested me was what it would take to make Simon want to read them. She sat down slowly, trying to recall the events of the past six weeks.

She counted again, physically this time, poking each square on the calendar with her index finger. She was forty-one years old. Seventeen years of rather delightful relations with her husband during which time they had done nothing—absolutely nothing—to block conception. Daphne had assumed she was simply done being fertile.

She had been surprised when she realized that her youngest had reached his first birthday, and she was not pregnant again. And then he was two, then three, and her belly remained flat, and Daphne looked at her brood—Amelia, Belinda, Caroline, and David—and decided she had been blessed beyond measure. Besides, Daphne did not particularly enjoy being pregnant. Her ankles swelled and her cheeks got puffy, and her digestive tract did things that she absolutely did not wish to experience again.

She thought of her sister-in-law Lucy, who positively glowed throughout pregnancy—which was a good thing, as Lucy was currently fourteen months pregnant with her fifth child. Or nine months, as the case might be. But Daphne had seen her just a few days earlier, and she looked as if she were fourteen months along. Maybe she was going through the change. Maybe lots of women stopped their monthly courses at forty-one. She heard footsteps coming toward her in the hallway, and she quickly slid a book on top of the calendar, although what she thought she might be hiding she had no idea.

It was. Dear Reader— Have you ever wondered what happened to your favorite characters after you closed the final page? Forty-three days. She was pregnant. Staggeringly huge. But still glowing, and with astonishingly dainty ankles.

She should be happy. Really, bleeding was such a bother.

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Have you ever wondered what happened to your favorite characters after you closed the final page? Wanted just a little bit more of a favorite novel? For those of you who have not read the Bridgerton novels, I would caution you that some of these 2nd epilogues might not make much sense without having read the accompanying novel. For those of you who have read the Bridgerton novels, I hope you enjoy reading these short stories as much as I have enjoyed writing them. Midway through The Duke and I, Simon refuses to accept a bundle of letters written to him by his late estranged father.

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