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Francis Seymour, the 5th Duke of Somerset, died unmarried and childless. To history he was a lonely man. But there was a moment of love in his life, when the vivacious and captivating Sarah Archer, a minor daughter of a minor family, came to Berry Pomeroy Castle one summer for the fayre. Francis, a eighteen-year-old Duke, was in a stupor. Depressed and bored, he decided to attend the fayre.
There he met Sarah. She was the most beautiful, elegant, intimidating woman he had ever seen. Four years his senior and yet unmarried, she carried herself with a grace which was unmatched in his courtly day-to-day dealings. Shockingly disregarding of class, she talked with common folk and lords and ladies alike, causing distress amongst some of her more conservative peers.
Francis thought he had the upper land, that Sarah Archer had not spied him. But he was wrong. Sarah Archer had seen the Duke a year prior in London, and had not stopped thinking of him since