By Amelia Grey
What is a roguish younger nobleman purported to do with a shockingly stunning younger ward?
The Duke of Blakewell believes he'd higher marry her off as quickly as attainable, prior to he offers in to temptation himself...
But Henrietta does not need a husband— she desires her independence...
definite that she contains a curse that killed her past guardians, Henrietta simply desires the duke to signal over her inheritance ahead of anything poor befalls him...
In a second of ardour, they develop into scandalously entangled, and unexpectedly the duke needs to take Henrietta's curse heavily, and she or he needs to take drastic measures to avoid wasting the single guy she might love...
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She couldn’t resist turning up the lamp so she could get a better look at the contents of the room. One side of the room held floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, completely filled. She ran her hand over first one and then another of the thick, handsome, leather-bound volumes of science, history, and poetry. Suddenly she stopped and smiled. The duke even had copies of her favourite books: thin, cheaply bound, horrid novels. It was the largest collection she’d ever seen. She couldn’t help but wonder if the duke had read them all.
It was unsettling that sometimes when he looked at her, she felt these strange sensations: a tightening in her breasts, an unusual warmth low in her stomach, and a shortness of breath. ” “Yes,” she answered, trying not to sound too eager or too hopeful. “If you did that, I would never have to cross your mind again and—” She deliberately hesitated. ” “The supposed curse is the least of my worries, Miss Tweed. And, since I don’t even know for sure that I am your guardian, as I said before, signing anything is completely out of the question and need not be mentioned again.
Little less than half an hour later, Henrietta’s packed trunks lay open on the floor of her elegantly furnished bedroom. The décor was soothing in a pale shade of green that reminded her of spring’s first blades of grass. Her maid shook out the folds of a green velvet dress while Henrietta splashed cool water from the basin on her face. When Henrietta was twelve, Peggy, who was more than twice Henrietta’s age, had been hired to be her maid, and they had been together ever since. The short Irish woman had no trouble taking orders from the younger Henrietta.