The Question and Answer section for Lady Audley’s Secret is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Check out the link below. Scroll down to #3.
Miss. Lucy Graham was simply the picture of innocence and sweet to boot. She did not need "techniques." Everyone loved her.
People who observed this, accounted for it by saying that it was a part of her amiable and gentle nature always to be...
It was out of the way in a very pristine and prime setting:
"It lay down in a hollow, rich with fine old timber and luxuriant pastures; and you came upon it through an avenue of limes, bordered on either side by meadows, over the high hedges...