Julie Anne Long's How the Marquess Was Won (Pennyroyal Green, Book 6) PDF
By Julie Anne Long
"The Scandal Sheets name him Lord Ice.
Ruthless, chilly, particular, Julian Spenser, Marquess Dryden, tolerates purely the finest-- in outfits, in horseflesh, in mistresses. And now he's came upon the suitable bride, the only whose dowry will repair his family's shattered legacy and produce him peace finally: the beautiful heiress Lisbeth Redmond.
She's approximately to play with fire...
But one unforgettable come upon with Lisbeth's paid significant other, Phoebe Vale, and the Marquess is undone. This quiet lady with the depraved smile and a wit to compare is the 1st individual to determine throughout the icy facade to the fiery guy underneath. yet their impossible to resist charm is a torment as candy because it is harmful, for surrendering to their hope might suggest wasting every little thing else they ever wanted.
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Additional resources for How the Marquess Was Won (Pennyroyal Green, Book 6)
No one had ever called her precious before. That involuntary flutter started deep inside her again, sending a flurry of Shockwaves rippling through her most private regions. She shifted uneasily in the chair in a vain attempt to quell the feeling. When she braved a glance in his direction, his warm smile broadened. He looked like a little boy who had just been caught with his hand in the biscuit tin. Embarrassed through she was, her heart threatened to melt. "O-oh," she murmured, swallowing a dry gulp.
That was obvious. It seemed almost sacred, the way Nature seemed to bow in awe. Not even the woodland creatures spoke. All was still, until a twig snapped beneath her feet. Becca stood stock still as Klaus stopped and turned, his head cocked, his ears pricked to the sound, affording her an unexpected and alarming view of his manhood. She checked a gasp. How magnificent he was! Even in a flaccid state, and at such a distance. She held her breath and didn't draw another until he turned back and moved on again.
She hadn't wanted to admit it before, but there was an endearing quality about him that was hard to resist — especially for one such as she, who had virtually no experience with members of the opposite sex. Perhaps it was his foreign charm, or that he was the first man to treat her with such gallantry. Or was it the elusive sadness that she'd glimpsed in those penetrating eyes? Whatever it was, something shocking throbbed deep inside her whenever he spoke, whenever she met his riveting gaze. He was having a dangerous effect upon her, and she made a bold attempt to steel herself against the lure of his charm.
How the Marquess Was Won (Pennyroyal Green, Book 6) by Julie Anne Long