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By Christina Dodd

ISBN-10: 0061983837

ISBN-13: 9780061983832

Unique booklet: 1997

Prim, undeniable, desperately virtuous girl Mary Fairchild stared on the seductive gentleman and puzzled -- did he take into accout the weather of the evening they met? absolutely no longer. within the ten years when you consider that, she had deserted her younger impetuousness and remodeled herself right into a housekeeper -- disguising her good looks underneath a servant's dour garments made up our minds to beat the passions of the past.

But Sebastian Durant, Viscount Whitfield, did realize her as a Fairchild, one in all his family's sour enemies. while he demanded her aid getting better a stolen diary, she dared no longer refuse him. while he proposed they masquerade as a betrothed couple, loyalty compelled her to agree. And while the restraint among them shattered and delight turned an obsession, Mary needed to belief a robust guy who may possibly ship her to the gallows ... or love her via eternity.

 

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Ignore him, sir,” she petitioned Sir William. “He’s American—” “I’m British,” Alex amended. “—and an irritating fellow,” she enjoyed saying. ” She placed her gloved hand on his arm. Sir William’s hand left his sword hilt. His lips curled in smug satisfaction, as if he thought that at 50 / Cathy Maxwell last she had come to her senses. ” Leading her away from the group, he asked teasingly, “So you are one of those upstart Americans? ” Lady Overstreet skipped a step to catch up with them, obviously anxious to encourage the liaison.

She wished she was back on the ship reading the book she’d started that morning and not parading her breasts around. Her purpose could just as well be served if she had a bag over her head. A tingling went up her spine, an awareness of something other than herself. A breeze seemed to sweep along the wharf, its air fresh and uncomplicated by dueling colognes and pomades of her present companions. Something momentous was about to happen. Sir William was answering Lady Overstreet’s prying questions about his family in a loud voice intended to include everyone, while Mr.

Oliver asked. 32 / Cathy Maxwell Alex looked at him blankly, forgetting for a moment where he was. He brought himself back to the present. ” The past could stay where it was. He didn’t need her—had never needed her. Of course, Miranda appeared as if she hadn’t needed him, either. It had been ten years since they’d parted, and they appeared to have been prosperous ones for her. But then wasn’t that just the way women were? They were like cats, selfish and always landing on their feet. Certainly the Frenchwoman who had convinced his own father to desert his country and son and turn traitor had not thought of anyone but herself.

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