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By Anna Randol

"**Sometimes the simplest resolution is located in bed...**

Lady Sophia Harding: appealing, blond, and...capable of homicide? That's what Lord Camden gray intends to determine. it truly is Camden's accountability to uphold the legislation of the land. His neighbor's light attractiveness and winsome grace don't make her the main most likely suspect, yet is the blameless and altogether beguiling glance in her eyes the reality, or is she secretly a scheming seductress?

Lord Camden gray is completely too distracting and too shrewdpermanent. Sophia is aware that to maintain her family's secrets and techniques, she needs to keep away from any entanglements with the strong and brutally good-looking guy. however the pull in their mutual wish is all-consuming. Can Sophia belief Camden with the reality while she understands it may well kill the affection that has grown among them?

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But that isn’t where the tale terminates. For fifty years Findloss lay buried, and the rocky waters nearby remained as shunned as the village’s shores, but on another Beltane Eve a half century later, a wind arose, this time from the east, and in the morning the village reappeared. Houses, the kirk and churchyard, a small dead orchard and fishing boats—all were unburied, if apparently lifeless. It was a town for ghosts. This was as disconcerting to the village’s neighbors as its disappearance had been.

Being a cat, he was fond of warm places. When possible I burn driftwood, but recently—in spite of the storms—it had become hard to come by. This meant using coal or peat. The fisherman’s words once again put me in mind of some of the wilder tales of Fergus Culbin, and I found myself again feeling reluctantly curious about the man I’d never met or even heard of until after his death. I had found no personal artifacts in the cottage beyond clothing that was old but of good quality, and the solicitor assured me that nothing had been removed from the premises.

Findloss had indeed disappeared in the night and been replaced with a desert wasteland where it would be found that almost nothing could grow. Of other survivors, if there were any, nothing was ever heard. This is fairly standard fare as tales of disappearing cities go, and if the story ended there, it would be a site worthy of a visit by any intrepid visitor interested in exploring auld haunted Scotland. But that isn’t where the tale terminates. For fifty years Findloss lay buried, and the rocky waters nearby remained as shunned as the village’s shores, but on another Beltane Eve a half century later, a wind arose, this time from the east, and in the morning the village reappeared.

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