By Stephanie Laurens
Unique e-book: 2003
The Season has but to start, and Bastion membership member Anthony Blake, Viscount Torrington, is already a aim for each matchmaking mama in London. yet there's just one girl who sparks his interest...
Desperate and penniless, yet decided, Alicia will make a unbelievable fit for her ravishing more youthful sister! Masquerading because the widowed "Mrs. Carrington"—the excellent society chaperone—Alicia intends to boldly release her sibling into the ton. yet one moonlit evening walk may perhaps turn out her undoing whilst it ends up in an accusation of murder.
Every intuition Tony Blake possesses tells him that Alicia—the beautiful, distraught good looks he discovers status over a useless physique in his godmother's garden—is blameless of great wrongdoing. His connections will let him to take keep an eye on of the investigation,, his social prominence will surely offer her public support.
But it truly is greater than honor by myself that compels Tony to guard his awesome, imperiled beauty—and he'll do every little thing in his seductive strength to make Alicia his.
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Extra resources for A Gentleman's Honor (Bastion Club, Book 2)
No, not a nag. One rides a nag,” she said, patting the covers at his shoulders. He stared at her. ” He realized she had no idea what he was talking about and snorted at her. ” “All right. Forgive me, Colin. ” She turned at the door. ” She cocked her head to one side in question, and when he just continued to look sour, she smiled and left him. Colin lay back and closed his eyes. He was worried, very worried, and so angry he wanted to spit. MacDuff had come to tell him that the MacPhersons were moving on Kinross lands.
Html still sleeping soundly. He hadn’t moved, but then neither had she. She realized then that the covers weren’t tucked up about his neck, where they were supposed to be. Slowly, knowing she shouldn’t but unable not to, she turned and looked at him. He’d kicked the covers off and they were tangled around his feet. As for the rest of him, he was there in the bright sunlight for her to see. She’d never before seen a naked man, and she found him as beautiful as she thought she would. But too thin.
He was hot to the touch. “I can’t be your love,” he said. “It’s much too soon. Damnation, I’m tired or something, and weak as a day-old pup. Why are you pretending to be a boy? It’s silly. ” It was an interesting avenue of conversation, but Sinjun was too scared to be sidetracked. html fever. ” He shook his head, then closed his eyes. ” “Two days now. ” “Why didn’t you send for a doctor? ” “I don’t need anyone. It’s just a passing fever, nothing more. I was out in the rain, at a boxing match on Tyburn Hill.
A Gentleman's Honor (Bastion Club, Book 2) by Stephanie Laurens