By Christie Kelley
A bold Charade. . . For ten years, Anthony Westfield, Viscount Somerton, hasn't been in a position to disregard the lady with whom he spent one scandalous evening. while their paths pass back, he is stunned to find Victoria Seaton is an entire pickpocket. yet Somerton leads a double lifetime of his personal. engaged on an undercover project, he makes Victoria a proposition: fake to be his mistress or danger spoil. but quickly he is tempted to show their charade into reality--and quit to an explosive ardour. . . a vacation to recollect. . . Victoria cannot think the guy who virtually destroyed her existence a decade in the past is now threatening to solve her secrets and techniques. yet posing as his mistress at a vacation nation celebration is a video game she will be able to play good. for only one investigate Somerton's eyes nonetheless weakens her with lust. And with Christmas quick impending, each kiss they proportion below the mistletoe simply makes Victoria fall extra deeply in love. . . compliment for Christie Kelley and each Time We Kiss "Rollicking, horny. . .you'll get pleasure from this one!" --Kat Martin "Kelley is familiar with find out how to deliver an outstanding intensity of emotion right into a romance." –Romantic occasions e-book evaluate "Racy and romantic!" --Anna Campbell "A attractive Cinderella story--racy and romantic!" --Anna Campbell, writer of Captive of Sin
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Victoria stared at the floral design on the rug. ” “He only told me his name was Tony. And he was different then. Younger. His hair was longer and lighter. ” Sophie asked incredulously. “In my nine years of knowing him, I would never have called him that. He is one of the hardest men I have ever met. ” Sophie’s perception of Somerton didn’t match up with the young man Victoria remembered. He had been the only gentleman who actually said hello to her when she sold oranges. He would smile at her and not in a leering manner.
No one had come close enough to him to reach into his pocket. Besides, there was not a person at that party who needed the money the necklace could bring. ” Anthony turned toward Reese. ” He moved his attention back to the glass of whisky in his hand and slowly sipped it. There was no hole in his pocket and no one at the party who would have pinched the necklace from him. His mind returned to Miss Seaton. She reminded him slightly of the woman he searched for but, again, she was no orange seller.
I do not have any ideas just yet. ” Sophie straightened. ” Somerton walked toward the door. Hendricks opened the door, and Somerton started out. He turned as if to say one last thing to Sophie when he caught sight of her. Sophie glanced up and noticed her standing on the staircase. Her eyes rounded in surprise. He started to step back into the house, but Sophie was there with a hand to his chest. “Sophie,” he said in a low voice. “Not now. ” He stared up at her with cold eyes. ” Fear made her tremble.
Scandal of The Season by Christie Kelley