By Loretta Chase
Liked writer Loretta Chase deals her long-awaited new novel-the story of a bluestocking and a reformed rake who conflict over a question of industrial, and shortly locate themselves dealing with a wholly varied, and scrumptious, kind of pressure.
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If only… Cautiously, she lifted her head and looked at him… and found him looking back at her. His eyes were open. Mirabel swallowed. "Bad dream," she said. " Mr. Carsington asked. " —Library Journal This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events, or locales is entirely coincidental. MISS WONDERFUL A Berkley Sensation Book / published by arrangement with the author PRINTING HISTORY Berkley Sensation edition / March 2004 Copyright © 2004 by Loretta Chekani.
No theater, no opera, no clubs. " In mid-February the area lacked even that degree of animation. The landscape was bleak shades of brown and grey, the weather bitterly cold and wet. But Gordmor's—and thus Alistair's—problem lay here, and could not wait until summer to be solved. Oldridge Hall was a handsome enough old manor house, greatly enlarged over the years. It was, however, most inconveniently situated at the end of a long stretch of what was humorously called "road" hereabouts: a narrow, rutted track where dust prevailed in dry weather and mud in wet.
Why did the scene remain shrouded, out of his reach? He turned his back to the window and regarded the man who'd not only saved his life but made sure he kept all his limbs. "You lacked my training, Gordy," he said. " "My sister finds other ways to torment me," Gordmor said. He shrugged into his coat and gave his reflection a final scrutiny. He was fair-haired, slightly shorter than Al-istair's six-plus feet, and a degree burlier in build. "My tailor does his best with the material at hand," Gordmor said.
Miss Wonderful (Carsington Family Series) by Loretta Chase