The Last Rogue by Deborah Simmons PDF
By Deborah Simmons
Raleigh Hadn't Gambled On discovering A Virgin In His Bed—
but whilst he aroused from sleep subsequent to Jane Trowbridge, he knew all bets for bachelorhood have been off. Now, rather than a love fit, he'd gotten a sparring partner.
Jane had by no means imagined herself anyone's lawfully wedded spouse, and now ironic destiny had sure her to a hedonistic viscount who used to be a Tulip of the Ton. nonetheless, may perhaps a guy who in basic terms pursued excitement locate any excitement pursuing her? and will she restrain her maidenly blushes lengthy sufficient to let him…?
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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.
The Last Rogue by Deborah Simmons