Nell’s wedding had been riotous. The celebrations went on until 4am, with all the guests taking advantage of the free bar. She’d been warned about the Scots.
She’d managed to speak to everyone on the night. Friends, family and colleagues seemed overjoyed to be there, their congratulations effusive and their wishes for the couple’s future joyful.
Which was why Mary’s gift seemed strange. She’d promised a generous gift, but her cheque was only £10.
Nell mulled it over. It was probably worth raising the point.