Dead White World
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In the quiet Cotswolds, you write romantic novels. Over the years, you have built a fan base, and your work involves writing to the formula they like. You watch sheep in the neighbouring fields, while writing tales of young love.
It is not a love that you have experienced yourself. Your love for your husband is built, not on passion, but practicality: he is amiable, useful and your daily routines fit well together. Sometimes, friends ask you whether your novels are an outlet for a hidden passion, but they are not. You are perfectly content.
In your marriage, you are the practical one. You find physical labour a useful break from your writing and enjoy making minor repairs about the house. Recently, you even built a small outhouse, teaching yourself bricklaying. Richard, on the other hand, is happiest in the kitchen and enjoys cooking your meals.
Thus, you fit together rather well. Today, you are travelling to the wedding of a less well-fitting couple. Jackie Golightly, a flighty girl, is marrying Frederick Grant, a pleasant
boy from a family you know. Your father, Major Bartlett, knows the boy from the army and is also invited.