By Patricia Cabot
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Unique booklet: 1999
English orphan pass over Evangeline Scoffield has spent her lifestyles contenting herself with desires. yet with an unforseen inheritance, she will be able to come up with the money for one ideal summer--a summer time she is going to spend the remainder of her lifestyles remembering. She buys herself dear outfits, travels overseas, and offers herself as a woman of mystery.
But she quick discovers her mistake, for a darkly good-looking guy appears to be like at her bed room door, claiming to be a Crown Prince--and her fiance.
Or the Ever After of Her Dreams?
One check out her eyes, and the prince acknowledges her. She is his betrothed, the runaway Princess of Serephinia. All her denials can't swap that, or regulate the eagerness that burgeons among them. To fullfil their destinies, the prince will do anything--abduct her, coerce her, or, better of all seduce his reluctant bride into his royal international of peril, promise and keenness.
Angelica Millikin has little time to mourn her spinster’s destiny, for she needs to try and curtail the follies of her extra attractive siblings. wonderful as they're to seem upon, Rosemary, Fennel and Lily threaten to show even the main useful of sisters right into a raving Bedlamite. yet then an enthralling, green-eyed rogue occurs to appear Angelica’s approach… Regency Romance by means of Maggie MacKeever; initially released via Fawcett Coventry
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It certainly hadn't looked to her as if Drake had much appreciated it. At least, his face, when Miss Whitby had uttered her “dearests” and “my loves,” hadn't changed a bit, except maybe to get a little harder and more stern-looking. Then again, Ross never locked any different when Georgiana called him dear. But that was probably because his wife only called him dear when he was doing something of which she disapproved. Payton rather suspected that behind closed doors, Ross and Georgiana were quite different with one another—definitely different with one another, since she'd once walked into the parlor unannounced and overheard Ross calling Georgiana his little monkey, a pet name to which Payton would have had definite objections, had anyone—even Captain Drake—ever used it on her.
When she was done, the comb ended up sticking out rather comically from the side of her head. Rolling her eyes, she turned away from the mirror in disgust. Really, Payton thought to herself. Her hair was the least of er problems. Even with her freckled and sunburned nose, her mall stature and relative lack of besom, she knew she was not, as Raleigh had so diplomatically put it, ugly. If she'd been truly ugly, her brothers would not have been so cavalier as to spoke about it. But she also knew perfectly well that she locked nothing like other girls her age.
That's quite—It's very kind of you to stop by, personally, to let us know—” “It was my pleasure, Mrs. Dixon. I'm delighted to have you all here at Daring Park. ” “Oh,” Georgiana said. “Very. The house is charming, simply charming. “ Georgiana seemed quite anxious to get out from beneath the captain's penetrating gaze. Payton could understand the inclination. She'd been the recipient of that cool, calculating gaze more times than she liked to remember. “Come along, Payton,” Georgiana continued nervously.