By Grace Burrowes
HONOR OR HAPPINESS--HE CAN'T HAVE either
Tiberius Flynn can be each inch an English lord, yet clever, headstrong good looks Hester Daniels has no need for his high-handed ways--no topic how good-looking, captivating, or beguiling he's. they simply see eye to eye in worrying in regards to the feisty little lady who's less than their protection.
Tiberius's haughty insistence that his prosperous property in England is a greater position for the kid than her loved, rundown Scotland domestic sparks Hester's fierce protectiveness, and the conflict strains are drawn...
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No, he wouldn’t tell her. The best thing he could do for her was forget they’d ever met. Chapter Eleven There was no more to be said. No more to be done. She had failed. Failed Oliver. Her mother. Her father. Failed in her search to avenge Oliver’s death. With nothing to keep her in London, she fled home to Wildewood. Yet reminders of her visit to London were impossible to forget. He was impossible to forget. Gray. All she wanted was to be rid of him forever. At night when she closed her eyes, she relived afresh the sweet pressure of his mouth on hers.
His tone jabbed at her, rapier sharp. “Four months,” she said at last. “And this is what you want, Claire? ” “What! ” The question was fairly hurled at him. “That you will take care of him as a father should? You, a husband? What is this newfound morality? These newfound principles? ” “You doubt my morals? ” “Morals! You have none. You proved that when you murdered my brother! ” Tears scalded her throat. The piercing score of his gaze was like a knife thrust deep in her breast. “This child is mine,” Gray said fiercely.
She must make the best of it. But she couldn’t stop her knees from knocking. For one perilous moment her legs threatened to betray her. Sheer will kept her upright. Sheer will—and Gray’s fingers cutting into the flesh of her waist. When it was time for her and Gray to confirm their role as godmother and godfather to Merry, she managed to speak them, if not loudly, then at least evenly. A final blessing—and it was over. Hugs were exchanged all around. Except for the two new godparents. The reception was due to begin immediately after the ceremony.
Once Upon a Tartan (MacGregors, Book 2) by Grace Burrowes