Enter Lavinia, the Romanian facial goddess, working at Paul Labrecque Salon.
Lavinia stopped and began to look at me through narrowed lids much as she had done in the library the evening before.
He was Aunt Lavinia's second cousin, or something like that, but she was only your aunt by marriage.
Edwin wants me to marry him; I told Lavinia, and she absolutely forbids it, saying I should rush upon misery.
So Lavinia gave her a free translation which convulsed Amanda behind her paper.
Why she's that jealous of Lavinia she could bite the girl's head off.
Lavinia's reply was, "Don't—go away—don't tease, Horace," and so forth.
Turnus being slain, Æneas married Lavinia, and ere long succeeded his father-in-law on the throne.
So far I had managed to conceal this affliction from Lavinia.
Lavinia wept on, longing to feel his arms about her, ready to consent to anything if only he would show that he loved her.