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By Loretta Chase
On the spinster age of 26, the autonomous, prosperous and imminently good Isabella Latham had forgotten approximately marriage hopes some time past. Ever conscious of accountability, Isabella accompanies her younger cousins to supervise their debut in London...only to discover that it's Isabella who's attracting all of the suitors...all of whom do appear to have relatively an way over creditors.
There's the sinfully attractive Basil Trevelyan, a rake via and during - the type of rake that even good Isabella can slightly withstand. after which there's his maddeningly good-looking cousin, the Earl of Hartleigh, who makes her middle approximately jump out of her chest, with only a look of his eye.
Poor, bad Isabella. What's a woman to do? yet extra importantly...who's a lady to choose?
Never did prim and correct Isabella imagine that having rakish suitors might reason a scandal so earth shattering that it will rattle all her relations skeletons, get one over on all these vile gossip mongers and --- land her an amazing husband
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Her voice had taken on a strident tone. “I don’t,” he gruffly returned. ” If I always got whatever I wanted, I would have had a different father and a different childhood. A normal one. ” “It’s incomprehensible that you’d cut off your nose to spite your face,” he coldly rebuked. ” “We disagree on what it’s worth,” she answered as coldly. ” he said very, very softly. The woman had the instincts of a highwayman. ” How dare he speak to her in that accusing tone. “In fact, the things that truly matter are never about money!
Their financial resources were always stretched thin. But she’d never long succumbed to desolation—a testament perhaps to her father’s hearty spirits and her mother’s optimistic nature, which she’d inherited. Her mother had served as helpmate and inspiration to her father, who had spent a life engaged in scientific research. Eschewing fame and monetary recompense, he’d been intent on the pure joy of discovery. So she’d fully understood Edward’s passion for poetry; she’d even sympathized with his fascination for gambling.
She is unspeakably ill-natured and blind to all reason,” Fitz brusquely retorted. ” Holding up a finger, he smiled thinly. “Let me rephrase that. I want her gone. ” The barrister suppressed his astonishment; Groveland was not a vindictive man. ” “Yes, yes, I understand,” Fitz murmured, dismissing Hutchinson’s reservations. “Naturally, she must be dealt with lawfully. ” “To a point, Your Grace. ” Fitz’s dark brows rose. “That definitive point is what I pay you for, Hutchinson. ” He blew out a breath.
Isabella (Trevelyan Family, Book 1) by Loretta Chase