By Stephanie Laurens
Unique book: 1998
He vowed he′d by no means marry.
To Vane Cynster, Bellamy corridor feels like the fitting position to quickly disguise from London′s husband hunters. but if he encounters impossible to resist endurance Debbington, Vane realises he′s met his fit ...
She vowed no guy might trap her.
Patience isn′t approximately to succumb to Vane′s sensuous propositions. convinced, his kisses go away her dizzy and his caresses made her soften; yet endurance has promised herself she′ll by no means develop into at risk of a damaged middle. is that this one vow that used to be intended to be damaged?
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From the Paperback variation.
Unique booklet: 1996
Jack Lester has to discover a bride. ..
But the place can he locate the ideal lady? She needs to be appealing, style, a great conversationalist. .. and most crucial, she has to just accept him as he's: devilishly good-looking, fascinating and, so far as someone is familiar with, negative as a church mouse! If London society discovers his hidden wealth, he'll by no means locate definitely the right wife.
Jack's center races whilst he first lays eyes on Sophie Winterton. She is every thing he desires--and more--but he's stuck in his personal catch. Believing that Jack must marry into wealth, Sophie rejects all his advances, definite he could by no means marry a bad lady like her. As they play out a video game of cat and mouse, can Jack persuade her that she is the lady he wants--and that he's the husband she merits?
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Additional resources for A Rake's Vow (Cynster, Book 2)
But this …” “That is why Sir Royce could have helped us,” Rose pointed out. ” Mary grimaced. ” Rose looked at her sister with raised brows. ” Mary felt a flush rising in her cheeks. She wasn’t about to tell her sisters about the incident in the hall. “Well, perhaps not a rake. But he certainly isn’t anyone we know. I have no desire to go about telling everyone our life story. ” She paused, then went on, “I think that I should go by myself tomorrow morning to find him. ” Lily protested. “You will meet him.
But she had given her word to her dying mother—and she knew her mother was right. They could not remain with Cosmo. He had never been a good man, but after his wife’s death, he had grown worse. He took to drinking more heavily and at all hours of the day. He had turned his leering gaze on all the Bascombe girls and seized every opportunity to brush up against them, so that the sisters made sure never to be in his presence alone. He was apt to fly into a rage about the slightest thing—and sometimes about nothing at all.
Their mother, Flora, having been raised an aristocrat, had had little idea how to cook or keep house, much less manage a budget. As a result, their lives were often chaotic, to say the least. But Miles and Flora had been fun-loving, kind, and terribly in love with each other. They had given their children warmth and love. If the Bascombes had not had much, at least they had not starved, and they had enjoyed life. Their father’s last venture had been a tavern in a small town on the road to Philadelphia.
A Rake's Vow (Cynster, Book 2) by Stephanie Laurens