By Mary Balogh
BONUS: This variation comprises an excerpt from Mary Balogh's the key Mistress.
On a excellent August afternoon Susanna Osbourne is brought to the main good-looking guy she has ever visible . . . and immediately feels the icy relax of popularity. Peter Edgeworth, Viscount Whitleaf, is totally charming—and probably unaware that they have met ahead of. along with his realizing smile and seductive gaze, Peter acts the rake; yet he stirs whatever in Susanna she hasn't ever felt sooner than, a craving that either frightens and dazzles her. immediately she is aware: this brash nobleman poses a possibility to her center . . . and to the secrets and techniques she guards so desperately.
From the instant they meet, Peter is attracted to Susanna’s independence, dazzled by means of her sharp wit—he easily should have her. however the extra he pursues, the extra Susanna withdraws . . . till a sensual online game of thrust-and-parry culminates in an excellent afternoon of ardour. Now extra decided than ever to maintain her through his aspect, Peter starts off to suspect that a sad heritage nonetheless haunts Susanna. And as he strikes in the direction of the reality, Peter is sure of 1 factor: he'll defy the mysteries of her prior for a destiny with this beautiful creature—all Susanna needs to do is belief him with the main beneficial mystery of all. . . .
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Her hopes of marriage may yet be doomed with the man she so clearly admires. I could not help but watch his progress down the street as he left me—oh, how many times will I have that pleasure left? I hastened on to Harriet’s, hoping that by some small chance, the report might have been a false one, only to have it confirmed and find my dear friend in a state betwixt excitement at the prospect of spending several weeks in Brighton and distress at leaving all her friends behind. She had the most wonderful idea to persuade papa to take a house for the summer and, although my mother and I have petitioned him with the details, he is adamant in his renouncement of any such plan.
It is always felicitous to meet with such handsome relations of one’s fellow officers, and indeed, the word handsome does you no credit. I had no idea Chamberlayne had such a beautiful sister. ” “It is too true, kind sir,” answered “Miss Lucy,” “I have, until recently, been much hidden away at home, but now I have come to Meryton I hope I shall be able to enjoy every society . . ” Denny simpered. ” “Lucy” cried, jumping up excitedly. “I could not wish for anything better; you may engage me for all of my dances,” she declared, forcing all observers to snigger behind hands and into handkerchiefs.
No sooner had we stepped through the French doors than the naughty man was begging to steal a kiss and, as I was thus constrained between a jagged wall and a rugged man, I was forced to surrender. Note to myself—will hereafter forbear kissing gentlemen with whiskers—they tickle too much! Mr Wooton is threatening to pay court and at the very least will call tomorrow. His eyes are too close together and he has damp palms, bad teeth, and breath reminiscent of a stableyard privy. No doubt he will bring Mr Blount for my poor sister, Kitty.
Simply Magic (Simply Quartet, Book 3) by Mary Balogh