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By Jo Beverley

ISBN-10: 0451214234

ISBN-13: 9780451214232

The New York Times bestselling writer brings again the main loved relations in romance!

Damaris Myddleton by no means anticipated to inherit an unlimited fortune-but she's able to use it to shop for the main eligible name in England. In comes Mr. Fitzroger, the speeding yet penniless adventurer who first saves her from social catastrophe, after which saves her lifestyles. Now, trapped in secret, probability, and forbidden intimacy, Damaris fights to not give up her freedom and her center to a so much flawed man.

 

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Fitzroger opened the door, smiling—but at Maisie, not Damaris. “Return to the house behind the groom. ” “No, he won’t. ” Maisie, the traitor, scrambled toward the door. Damaris grabbed her skirt to stop her. Fitzroger chopped sharply at her hand, shocking it open, and pulled Maisie free. Damaris gaped at him, her hand still tingling. ” She reached for the door to slam it, but the man leaped into the coach and closed it himself. He took the seat opposite her and addressed the groom through the open window.

His eyes widened. Good. Before he could resist, she pushed him back against the side of the coach and kissed him as thoroughly as he’d kissed her. She’d never done such a thing before, but let instinct rule as she whirled with him back into the storm. When she broke the kiss to pant for breath, she realized she was straddling him. Her breasts ached, and she pressed them against him, returning stinging lips to his again and again and again— He twisted away. ” Then she heard what he’d heard. Gravel.

But he was touched by the obvious fondness between mistress and maid, and by this glimpse into Damaris’s earlier life. What a strange upbringing she’d had. ” Damaris turned to him, her hair neat again. “No, but he was a complete stranger, yet had command of my life, and he was brusque and cold. He moved me to his house in Sussex without a by-your-leave. I was happy to escape Birch House, but I had to fight to take Maisie. He wanted to hire what he called ‘a proper lady’s maid’ for me. ” She smiled back at the maid.

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