Calming Cotswolds

“No matter how troubled the nights were, however, the days were extraordinary… pleasure filled, serene, imparting a sense of well-being that Christopher hadn’t felt in years. There was something about

“No matter how troubled the nights were, however, the days were extraordinary… pleasure filled, serene, imparting a sense of well-being that Christopher hadn’t felt in years. There was something about the light in the Cotswolds, a smooth opalescence that covered the hills and farmland in a soft binding. The morning usually began with sun, the sky gradually thickening to clouds in the afternoon. Later in the day, rain fell on the brilliant autumn leaves and gave them a boiled-sugar glaze, and drew out a dark, fresh scent from the loam and clay.”
― Lisa Kleypas, Love in the Afternoon

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