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|Is there more to Henry's teasing and quizzing of Catherine?
Written by jeffrey
(4/18/2012 9:13 a.m.)
The incurable romantic in me may read clues into Henry's behavior that simply aren't there but I foolishly press on nevertheless....
Is perhaps Henry's good-natured teasing of Catherine and his drawing out of her opinions actually him measuring her up as marriage material?
It is fairly obvious by the middle of the book that there is more going on than mere friendship and maybe, just maybe, he has been slowly evaluating Catherine as a possible marriage partner?
And how specifically is Henry attracted to Catherine? I think he loves her artless transparency and honesty. Nothing is veiled or disguised in her opinions and this is novel for him.
Again, just throwing this out there. It will probably come back in my face but I love the romantic idea of it!
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