By Stephanie Laurens
Unique book: 2001
New York occasions bestselling Australian writer Stephanie Laurens offers the most recent story within the immensely well known Cynster sequence. whilst Chillington is elected an ′honorary Cynster′ on the finish of All approximately Love, he is aware he wishes a spouse , and an inheritor. His objective; an easy marriage with no romance. He has the same opinion to marry a girl he believes to be pliant and quiet. regrettably for him, the lady he thinks is Francesca Rawling is de facto her cousin, Franni.Francesca herself is proud, passionate and opinionated in brief, the appropriate bride for a Cynster...
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My sister Jane, whom you thought not good enough for your friend, has never uttered an unkind word in her life, yet you disdain her. ” 41 Abigail Reynolds Darcy stared at her in savage disbelief. Surely she could not mean what she was saying? Could she have dissembled to him since their very ﬁrst day together? He could see the accusation in her eyes. Every inch of him screamed to deny it, but the truth was there before him. It was not that she liked his cousin better, but that she hated him. What a self-deluded fool he had been!
You have my apologies, sir. ” “I would like … ” He paused, apparently struggling for self-control. ” She inclined her head in agreement, thinking it best to say nothing. At least he had not forbidden her to walk out altogether, even though it had obviously cost him something not to do so. ” “As you wish,” he said. For a moment Elizabeth thought she saw the ﬂicker of his old look in his eyes, but then it was gone again and replaced by implacability. She thought about that look again as she sat in her bed in her nightdress, her arms wrapped around her knees.
Her voice was a little stronger this time as she claimed her truth. ” “I had done no such thing. ” His eyes narrowed. “You are splitting hairs. ” Elizabeth wished she could throw the truth in the face of his arrogance, but a wiser part of her prevailed, and she said nothing. Darcy swung to his feet and paced across the room. “So you would like to believe you would have refused me. ” He wore the haughty look she remembered so well from Hertfordshire. She felt too vulnerable, lying in bed looking up at his tall form, so she pushed herself to a sitting position, resting her back against the headboard.
All About Passion (Cynster, Book 7) by Stephanie Laurens