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Oh, why does this have to happen to me?
Rose de Roche, the daughter of a French noble family, moves to England to meet her fiance for the first time. Her father accompanies her, but soon gets carried away in his conversation with his daughter's fiance. She's unhappy with the marriage that is to be.
Oh, I've heard of your family. What are you doing so far away from France?
My fiance is here.
Rose decides to leave the two to their own devices and starts to wander around the house. She finds herself in an empty ball room, where she begins to hum a small tune that her mother taught her.
A young servant cleaning in one of the vast corridors hears her singing, and he decides to follow her voice. His name is Elliot.
Elliot decides to approach the noblewoman once she finishes her song. Rose is startled by the servant's sudden appearance, but she didn't yell at him for abandoning his job or tell him to go away. However, she was embarrassed that Elliot had discovered her. The servant apologized a lot which, after a while, faded into a conversation with Rose.
After a long time spent talking to Ellis, rose began to realize how nice this was. He seemed too nice and proper to be in the serving class. Thier conversation seemed to flow so well, which surprised both of them.
After a few days in each other's company, Elliot and Rose realized that they were in love. Even though they had no money and would be a disgrace to their families, the two eloped together. Despite the hardships they faced, they lived the rest of their lives in peace.
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