By Diane Gaston
Lady Wexin, as soon as the Ton's finest attractiveness, has been deserted by means of her friends and family, and collectors hound her. Her husband's scandalous dying has left her impoverished, and the gossip-mongering press is whipped right into a frenzy of hypothesis whilst it turns into transparent the widow is with baby. who's the daddy?
Only one guy is familiar with: Adrian Pomroy, Viscount Cavanley. He has cultivated the recognition of a rake, yet truthfully yearns for anything worthwhile to do. gentle good looks Lydia Wexin may well pose an intriguing—and stimulating—challenge….
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However, his purpose in calling upon her had not been to indulge in that pleasure again, to enjoy each other as they had done before, although Adrian could see no harm in it. Society rarely censured a widow for such conduct as long as she acted discreetly, and he could be very discreet. Of course, she was not just any widow. She was society‟s latest scandal. ” The sound of her name on his tongue felt as soft and smooth as her ivory skin. “I have no wish to see you harmed in any way. ” She laughed.
He glanced at the house, but there was nothing to see. Curtains covered the windows. “I‟m done for today,” he told the others. “Don‟t expect us to tell you if something happens,” one called to him. Reed walked down John Street, slowing his pace as he passed the garden entrance. He peered through a crack between the planks of the wooden gate. To his surprise, the rear door opened, though it was not Lady Wexin who emerged but her maid, shaking out table linen. Reed‟s stomach growled. It appeared that Lady Wexin had enjoyed a dinner.
And how is your father? ” Adrian responded, accustomed to people asking him about Tanner. In fact, in this situation, he‟d counted upon it. Mr Coutts scribbled the direction of Wexin‟s solicitor on a sheet of paper and handed it to Adrian. The solicitor‟s office was close by and Adrian quickly found the building and entered. A moment later he had been admitted to the man‟s office. The solicitor was a younger man, near Adrian‟s age, but obviously trusted with a great deal more responsibility. His desk was littered with papers that he hurriedly stacked into neat piles at Adrian‟s entrance.