By Jo Beverley
The New York Times bestselling writer brings again the main loved relations in romance!
Damaris Myddleton by no means anticipated to inherit an enormous fortune-but she's able to use it to shop for the main eligible identify in England. In comes Mr. Fitzroger, the rushing yet penniless adventurer who first saves her from social catastrophe, after which saves her existence. Now, trapped in secret, risk, and forbidden intimacy, Damaris fights to not give up her freedom and her center to a so much flawed man.
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My father invested in properties here, and there’s enough income from those to get by. ” She began to count on her fingers. ” The “enough to get by” had clearly been ironic. Fitz felt stunned. Perhaps her trustees had held back the full extent of her wealth, for he didn’t remember such details in Ashart’s dossier on her. But this slender young woman with the sharp mind, bold spirit, and disastrous lack of worldly experience possessed extraordinary wealth. It was astonishing that she hadn’t been snatched, seduced, or at least kidnapped for ransom.
Hoping he wasn’t blushing for it, he hurried away to repair his appearance. He entered the bedchamber quietly, but found Ash up and dressed, and being fluttered around by his valet, Henri. “It must be love,” Fitz commented dryly. Ash threw the hairbrush at him. Fitz caught it, smiling. Despite the problems caused by Ash’s betrothal, he delighted to see his friend facing a day brightly. Ash was not by nature dismal or violent, but he’d been raised under gloomy burdens and had moods as dark as his hair and eyes.
That clearly meant now, for the man stood ready to escort her. Fitz saw her surreptitiously wipe sweating hands on her skirts, and he wanted to take her into his arms. He wanted to go with her, even speak for her. It wouldn’t help—this she must do for herself—but he could escort her there. ” She gave him a pale-faced, gallant smile and accepted the warm shawl the maid offered. Rothgar Abbey was luxuriously maintained, but no house could keep corridors warm in winter. They left the room and followed the footman toward the center of the house.
A Most Unsuitable Man (Signet Historical Romance) by Jo Beverley