By Mary Balogh
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And he had had the unmitigated gall to purchase the estate adjoining Papa’s when it was for sale many years ago. He had pulled down the old house and built an expensively vulgar mansion in its place and had set out to be amiable, to be accepted as an equal by no less a person than the Earl of Havercroft. He was an upstart—a dreadful thing to be if one’s family happened to have been of the nobility for countless generations back. Probably as far back as the Conquest. Mr. Mason had been Papa’s mortal enemy for as long as Annabelle could recall.
He seemed very large and . . virile.
He was also, if her father was to be believed, enormously vulgar, uncouth, and any number of other unsavory, low things. In other words, he was not one of them. He was not a gentleman. He had made his fortune in coal and still had coal dust encrusted beneath his fingernails—according to Papa. And he had had the unmitigated gall to purchase the estate adjoining Papa’s when it was for sale many years ago. He had pulled down the old house and built an expensively vulgar mansion in its place and had set out to be amiable, to be accepted as an equal by no less a person than the Earl of Havercroft.
A Matter of Class by Mary Balogh