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By Lisa Kleypas

"**She gave him her innocence…**

Lady Aline Marsden was once mentioned for one cause: to make an positive marriage to a member of her personal category. as a substitute, she willingly gave her innocence to John McKenna, a servant on her father's property. Their passionate transgression was once unforgivable—John used to be despatched away, and Aline used to be left to stay within the countryside…an exile from London society.

**…and he took her love.**

Now McKenna has made his fortune, and he has returned—more boldly good-looking and extra spell binding than prior to. His ruthless plan is to take revenge at the girl who shattered his goals of affection. however the magic among them burns as brilliant as ever. And now he needs to come to a decision even if to allow vengeance take its toll…or hazard every thing for his first, and merely, love.
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Schleppte er sie zum Arzt? Befahl er ihr, auf ihre Gesundheit zu achten, sich zusammenzuneh­ men, aus ihrem Zimmer zu kommen und auf die mit Synthol getränkten Waschlappen zu verzich­ ten, auszugehen und sich mit anderen Menschen zu treffen, »Aktivitäten« zu entwickeln, ins Kino zu gehen oder sich zu einem Töpfer-, Zeichen-, Patchwork- oder Seidenmalereikurs anzumelden, wie sie im Gemeindezentrum angeboten und auf den Plakaten beworben wurden, die an die hölzernen Telegrafenmasten mit den auf den Leitungen 42 Klippen hockenden Vögeln geheftet waren, zu deren Füßen sich vom Regen aufgeweichte alte Papierschnipsel häuften?

An den Onkel, der, von seiner entrüste­ ten kleinen Familie gefolgt, zu seinem Renault 18 60 Klippen ging. Wir betraten die Kirche, und während wir schweigend auf den unbequemen Bänken saßen und auf unsere eiskalten Hände bliesen, warteten wir, dass der Sarg zu den Klängen einer piepsigen Orgel hereingetragen wurde. An mir tropfte alles ab wie Regen an einer Fens­ terscheibe. Ich war nicht dort, wusste nicht, wovon die Rede war, fragte mich, wo meine Mutter sein mochte, was diese längliche Kiste aus lackiertem Holz enthielt, wann sie wiederkam, wann das alles hier vorbei war, dieser böse Traum, dieser üble Scherz.

Und plötzlich sackte er schlaff wie ein Lumpen zusammen. Sein Kör­ per hatte sich im Innern lautlos aufgelöst und nur eine dünne Hülle ohne stützendes Gerüst zurück­ gelassen. Von seinem Gewicht mitgerissen, stürzte auch ich. Der Pfarrer unterbrach seine Ansprache. 61 Olivier Adam Eine Welle des Raunens schluckte mich. Die Leute sahen uns an, ich lag verständnislos am Boden, mein Bruder mit geschlossenen Augen bewusst­ los neben mir. Mein Vater beugte sich über uns, und noch heute sehe ich deutlich den Ausdruck auf seinem Gesicht, sehe ich die Wut, die daraus sprach, als hätten wir uns einen dummen Streich erlaubt.

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