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By Mia Marlowe
"**A Reluctant Lord... A Resistant Lady... A Superfluous Fiancée
And a Devastating family members Secret...**
When Richard Barrett, Lord Hartley, is without warning known as domestic to take the reins of the property, he discovers the level of the family's monetary straits. The therapy: marry the heiress their households have picked out for him. regrettably, he's already deliberate to marry anyone else.
Miss Sophie Goodnight isn't too partial to turning into his handbag with feet...and she sabotages all makes an attempt to woo her. but if Lord Hartley discovers the shenanigans in his father's prior, he realizes that figuring out among appealing girls is the least of his problems.
""Absolutely fantastic! experience and warmth and every thing i would like in a superb story."" -Victoria Alexander, no 1 **New York Times** bestseller, on **Touch of a Thief **
""This hot story of seduction, suspense, and experience is what readers anticipate from Marlowe."" -**RT publication Reviews** on **Touch of a Scoundrel**
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I know I should have. But I did not. If you must have it, I saved you from Lulach because I wanted you for myself. ” The unexpected admission deprived her of words. Such raw desire in his voice, it grated on her skin. The memory of their kiss lay between them, simmering, seductive. ” Struan let his palm follow the river of copper down her neck, the curve of her back, to the base of her spine. “You are not in any way like any Faol woman. ” She couldn’t move. His touch kindled a fire in her belly.
The sound had barely formed in her throat when the beast pounced. She seemed to be moving. The air had a distinct feral tang to it. She was on the back of something large, her arms around its neck. Fur brushed her cheek. Not a horse then. The animal, whatever it was, moved with a powerful loping stride. Her heart was pounding in time to the beast’s sinuous, rhythmic movement. She could see the steam of its breath bloom in the cold air. It was exhilarating, the sheer speed at which they were travelling, effortlessly leaping the criss-cross of streams swollen with the melting of the first snow, which had fallen unseasonably early.
The same aura of danger and excitement clung to him. He was younger than Struan, but he was nonetheless a man who commanded attention. “On behalf of your people, I thank you, Prince Struan,” he said, bowing low. “You have served us well, as ever. ” He fixed Struan with a smile. “Welcome back, brother,” he whispered. Iona shrank against Struan as the other man made to take her by the arm. Instinctively, Struan shielded her from his brother’s grasp. ” “Lulach,” Eoin replied, giving him a puzzled look.