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By Juliana Gray

"Impatient with the strictures of well mannered British society, leave out Abigail Harewood has determined to reside lifestyles on her personal terms—and first thing she calls for is a lover. while the commanding Duke of Wallingford arrives at the doorstep of her leased vacation citadel, she thinks she’s came across definitely the right candidate: good-looking, rushing, and skilled within the paintings of affection.

But tempting Wallingford into her mattress proves tougher than she imagined. stressed and upset along with his debauched existence in London, the previously rakish duke is decided to spend a yr chaste. yet as Abigail attempts her top to seduce him, Wallingford unearths his unravel crumbling within the face of her impossible to resist charm…and her eye-catching secrets.


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The point is,” he’d finally said, “I don’t want to deal with most of this. ” Now in terms of further diplomacy . . Fitz surveyed the bookshop’s bow windows filled with colorful volumes, then the glass-paned, canary yellow door with the hours clearly noted thereon. He slipped his watch from his waistcoat pocket and checked the time. Ten. He tried the door once again. Apparently, Mrs. St. Vincent wasn’t the punctual type. Ah, there, a woman was coming toward him from the back of the store. Mrs.

Vincent. ” He smiled. “I mentioned her husband’s death in uncivil terms for which I’ll eat humble pie and do penance. Then I’ll ply her with the usual bibelots women fancy and attempt to win her over with my”—he smiled again—“largesse. We shall employ your sticks and my carrots to a, hopefully, successful conclusion. ” Hutchinson wasn’t prone to gasp, but twenty thousand drew a rare gasp from him. ” His barrister’s mind wished complete clarity on such breathtaking moral rectitude. “Emphatically.

Sofia grinned. ” “Not as angry as I, believe me! If Mrs. Beecham hadn’t come in as he was leaving I would have screamed the heaven’s down around his insolent head! I am so completely disgusted with rich nobles who think they can have anything they want simply because they want it! It’s outrageous! ” Sofia had lived too long on her own resources to look askance at wealth of any kind, but she kindly said, “You see the world through your social consciousness, darling. I confess I don’t. Not that I don’t understand policy reforms would offer better lives for the poor.

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