By Anne Gracie
Society rogue Sebastian Reyne's look for a realistic spouse involves a crashing halt while he dances with the bubbling desire Merridew--and is seduced right into a scrumptious intrigue of sensuality and wish.
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Lady Elinore Whitelaw was one of them, Sebastian saw, dressed in unrelieved gray twill. "Lady Thorn, I would prefer to sit there with—" "Nonsense! You can rejoin Giles after the concert. The ladies will not eat you, and waste a man I will not! Besides, every man in the room wishes to sit where I am going to seat you. The poor dears will be furious. " Lady Thorn towed Sebas-tian deftly through the dense feminine throng. "Are you enjoying your visit to London, Mr. Reyne? Excellent! Ah, here we are.
There were some days when the hollow, aching, emptiness inside her was almost too painful to bear. It wasn't as if she hadn't tried to fall in love. She'd tried so hard. In the last two seasons she'd danced with hundreds of men, given them smiles and encouragement and listened to their tales and their woes. They'd paid her compliments and brought her flowers and small gifts. Several had asked her to marry them. They'd kissed her hand, and even her lips once or twice, but none of them, not one, had moved her in the slightest.
Dorie watched the world with wary suspicion and had not uttered a sound in the four months since he'd recovered them. And Cassie carried a knife strapped to her thigh. A child of fourteen. Those facts alone spoke volumes. His sisters had experienced horrors of which a laughing sprite like Hope Merridew would know nothing. And it was Sebastian's fault they had. Sebastian had to atone. And if marrying Lady Elinore was what it took, he would marry her gladly. "I was right, Hope. " Hope raised an eyebrow.
The Perfect Waltz (Merridew Series) by Anne Gracie