By Grace Burrowes
Gwen Hollister, cousin to the Marquis of Heathgate, has formed a lifestyles as a bad relation, elevating her daughter Rose in rural obscurity and focusing all of her enormous ardour and mind on stewarding the property they live to tell the tale. Douglas Allen, Viscount Amery, is distributed to Gwen through their mutual kinfolk for classes in husbandry of the land. simply simply because Douglas rescues Gwen’s daughter from definite peril, does Gwen settle for the duty. As Douglas and Gwen locate universal floor, after which mutual excitement, Gwen’s earlier rises up within the individual of the robust Duke of Moreland, who’s bent on wresting keep an eye on of Rose from her mom, whether it potential Gwen needs to marry the Moreland inheritor.
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Harrison and I would wait--weeks, even months--before we went in there. They wouldn't have any reason to connect it with you. " "Aye, and that one's rich. " Betsy added. " Marianne protested. " "Why, sure you can," Da assured. "Ye shouldn't be so hard on yerself, girl. Nobody'd ever know you weren't a lady. " "Maybe not, but he won't be the only one there. There will be lots of others, and I will have to talk to them at length. They will talk about things I don't know and people I have never met.
Mmm. No doubt. " Lambeth took the chair beside her instead. " she asked bluntly. " He smiled. "I knew that if you saw me you would flee immediately. " "I didn't spot him. " His voice sounded sincere, and Marianne felt unwillingly warmed by it. "I wanted very much to see you again--that is my only excuse for such behavior. You say that I got the wrong impression of you the other night at Lord Batterslee's. " He was leaning closer to her, his dark-lashed eyes gazing into hers. Marianne's breath caught in her throat, and her eyes went involuntarily to his mouth.
Not much, madam. " Marianne looked from the maid to Winny, who stared back at her in consternation. Delia looked back and forth between the two of them, confused. "What is it, dear? Who is this man? " She glanced down at her daughter, who was looking at her worriedly. " she asked. "Well, you should not engage in conversation with strange men in the park, even when Nettie is with you. " She smiled at Rosalind lovingly. "Why don't you ran up and wash your hands and comb your hair? " Rosalind smiled and tore off up the stairs, Nettie following her more slowly.
Douglas: Lord of Heartache (Lonely Lords, Book 8) by Grace Burrowes