By Julie Anne Long
A rescued rogue . . .
Scandal has rocked town of London. Colin Eversea, a good-looking, reckless unapologetic rogue is sentenced to hold for homicide and, inconveniently for him, the one witness to the crime disappears. nevertheless, all through background, the Everseas have regularly controlled to cheat destiny fashionable: Colin is snatched from the gallows through a gorgeous, shrewdpermanent mercenary.
A beautiful captor. . .
Cool-headed, bold Madeleine Greenway is resistant to Colin's vaunted attraction. Her undertaking isn't to rescue Colin yet to kidnap him, and to be paid handsomely for it. but if it turns into transparent that whoever wishes Colin alive wishes Madeline useless, the 2 develop into uneasy allies in a dangerous race for fact. jointly, they'll face nice danger—and a keenness neither can face up to.
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So. Thomasin was quick-witted, at least as long as the wit was turned against her stepmother. When the coughing had subsided, Lady Tabard turned Thomasin's face toward her own and, while Thomasin sat docilely, pinched the girl's cheeks until they glowed. "It looks as if we're the first ones here, Thomasin, so cast off that eternal melancholy and capture Mr. " As they stepped out of the coach, the rough men from the inn were very much in evidence, holding the horses' heads, removing the luggage from the back, and looking rather more threatening than most servants Madeline had ever seen.
It looks as if we're the first ones here, Thomasin, so cast off that eternal melancholy and capture Mr. " As they stepped out of the coach, the rough men from the inn were very much in evidence, holding the horses' heads, removing the luggage from the back, and looking rather more threatening than most servants Madeline had ever seen. She stared at the man who directed the operations, memorizing his features. Dark, greasy hair hung lankly about his narrow face, his nose was blunt and red, as if he'd run into too many walls and smashed the end.
Not that, four years ago, she'd been fooled by such a gentlemanly facade. No, she had been fooled by something much more primal. Gabriel had been neither handsome nor charming, but rather a dark, scruffy man-beast who cared nothing for appearance and little for courtesy. Yet he had captured her interest from the first moment she'd laid eyes on him. La! He had captured every woman's interest. He had an air about him that claimed a woman's attention, a scent that made her move closer, changeable green eyes that seized a woman's gaze and held it until he chose to release it.