By Carola Dunn
Sarah Meade, the vicar's sister, thinks her formative years buddy Adam, Viscount Cheverell, is the crimson of excellent chivalry. Adam can continually be relied upon to rescue damsels in misery, whether or not they are his sisters with husband difficulty or the village's single mothers.
But Adam has one other lifestyles in London, the place he at the moment unearths himself with 3 mistresses on his arms. And whilst Adam returns to the rustic, all 3 stick to him, and descend upon the quiet vicarage.
Carola Dunn was once born in London and grew up within the little Buckinghamshire village of Jordans. She graduated with a BA from Manchester collage and proceeded to travel the realm. Her first publication was once released in 1979. She presently lives in Eugene, Oregon, with Willow, her Black lab/German Shepherd puppy.
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The path was well back from the unstable cliff, and wound through scrubby foliage so that she could not see far. Leaving him to enjoy his amusement, Laura looked around a great clump of gorse and a longer view of the path opened before her. She was caught by a kind of breathless laughter, for, some distance ahead, she discerned a familiar figure walking in her direction. ” He looked into her face and chuckled. ” she said and helped him to his feet, bending to retrieve his stick from the ground.
All alone! You will come with us, naturally,” said Elspeth. Laura walked about the room, while her brother and sister watched. She turned to them. “I must remain here. ” Elspeth’s eyes narrowed. “What you have yet to discover, Laura, is clear to everyone here,” she said. “Mr. ” Laura turned back to the window, breathless with anger that, for the first time, her sister stated her belief without disguise—and her brother did not contradict her! ” Her sister began to speak but Edward interrupted. “Mr.
She rose and walked about the room. The rosy light appearing at the window drew her to it and she peeked out at the clouds, darkish, edged with silver and pink. Was I deceived about him—I think not! She returned to her reading. Mrs. Gurdon gradually fell silent until she slept in her chair, and we talked on. I consulted my watch and was amazed that two hours had passed since we returned to the inn. “My sister will be concocting every variety of misadventure,” I said. Mr. ” I laughingly said that only the future can tell us that.
A Susceptible Gentleman (Harlequin Regency Romance Series 2, Book 25) by Carola Dunn