By Stephanie Laurens
Unique ebook: 2005
The males of the Bastion membership are robust, dependable, and never averse to overcoming probability in the event that they needs to. Now, after years of dependable provider to the Crown, they every one -- one after the other -- needs to face that maximum risk of all ...love.
The final of his line, Jack, Baron Warnefleet, has fled London after approximately being compromised into marrying a dreadful lady. Turning his again at the whole proposal of marriage, he rides domestic to the property he has no longer visible for years, made up our minds to set in movement another process action.
But then within the lane ahead of his gate, Jack rescues a startlingly appealing girl from a menacing, unmanageable horse. even if, whereas he starts by way of taking command, the woman maintains by means of taking it again. girl Clarice Altwood is not any meek and gentle pass over. She is the very antithesis of thewoolly-headed younger women Jack has rejected as no longer for him. Clarice is delectably appealing, past eligible, undeniably able, and entirely unforgettable. Why on the earth is she rusticating within the country?
That enigma is compounded by means of secret, and it's speedy transparent thatClarice is at risk. Jack needs to use each ounce of his crafty and wit to guard this hugely self sustaining and richly passionate girl ... who has so quick stolen his middle.
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1939. , or the later life ofLord Melbourne. 1954. See also (600). 531 Chenevix Trench, Charles Pocklington. Portrait of a patriot: a biography of John Wilkes. Edinburgh, 1962. See also (525) and (574). 532 Cole, George Douglas Howard. Life of William Cobbett. 1924; 3rd edn, 1947. Classic life. See also (570) and (579). 533 Cone, Carl B. Burke and the nature ofpolitics. Lexington, Ky, 1975-80, 2 vols. Most comprehensive life. See also (560). For other Burke references, see (382). 534 Conway, Moncure Daniel.
A Fine Passion (Bastion Club, Book 4) by Stephanie Laurens