Dangerous in Diamonds by Madeline Hunter

By Madeline Hunter

While the outrageously filthy rich Duke of Castleford is bequeathed a small piece of estate that homes a modest flower store, he encounters its proprietor, the mysterious Daphne Joyes-a budding rose who quick turns into the article of his seduction.

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He still thought she had been Becksbridge’s mistress while in that house. Then again, perhaps he only wanted to believe it of the self-righteous ass. Well, he would know for certain once he visited the other little properties and saw if they also were now homes to other women like Mrs. Joyes. In the meantime . . He stood. “I thank you for the hospitality and for the pleasure of your company at this dinner, Mrs. Joyes. I see the rain is well gone, and I think that I will take a ride through the area and see the lay of the land while there is still some light.

Daphne looked over to see Katherine sitting upright, peering out the window behind Daphne’s sofa. Daphne turned around. ” Katherine stood and moved closer. She squinted at the tapestry of flowers and plants outside. “A man just walked through the garden, not fifty feet from this window. ” Daphne’s sight followed Katherine’s pointing finger. She glimpsed the movement of a dark form near the arbor. Just then their housekeeper, Mrs. Hill, entered the sitting room with a frown on her birdlike face.

That slipped out with a sigh. It was possibly the first uncalculated sentence she had uttered all evening. “Relieved for his sake? ” She hesitated, to calculate once again. “I remember him as capricious and untrustworthy. I do not care for him. ” Now, that was interesting. Almost everyone loved Latham. Vicars quoted his damned essays from the pulpit. The papers were currently full of irritating anticipation of him taking his father’s place and heralding his return to England as the salvation of the world.

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