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Their rooms in Dwomor were far more suitable for a honeymoon than the open country or ruined cottage had been.
In the morning he'd marry her with all due haste, then he'd hie her off to Brighton for a honeymoon by the sea.
Unlike a court ceremony, this was to have no niceties, no exchange of pleasantries, although Bothwell could not resist saying, "Well, Mr. Secretary Maitland, I see even a honeymoon does not keep you away from your necessary duties like planning assassinations."
Meggie was Mrs. Luke O’Neill, on her way to North Queensland and a honeymoon somewhat delayed by the time it would take getting there.
Willis gifted Laura not only an expensive wedding ring and precious gold lavalieres, but a honeymoon by train to Chicago, where Willis bought his new wife a dining room suite and a table service for twelve of pure white Haviland china.
They’d sacriï¬ced even then, forgoing a honeymoon to save money.