By Grace Burrowes
Nicholas Haddonfield has whatever to hide...
After a wild adolescence, Nicholas Haddonfield, Viscount Reston, has promised his in poor health father he'll ultimately take a bride, although doing so will strength Nick to make very unlikely offerings and face previous, painful wounds.
Leah Lindsey is comfortable to discover shelter from her personal determined scenario in a wedding of comfort with the gallant viscount. yet quickly comfort isn't adequate, and Leah can't comprehend why Nick continues to be so far away. what's he hiding, and may he ever let her into his heart?
An striking and passionate story of braveness proven and fears triumph over. when you input the plush Regency global of award-winning New York Times and USA Today bestselling writer Grace Burrowes, you'll by no means are looking to depart.
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Ria chided herself for not offering up mat most simple explanation. She just hadn't thought of it. The truth was that while he had not been aware of her for two decades past, it could not be said that she was in ignorance of Mm. She did not tell him this, however. Instead she said, "Mr. " Ria watched West mull this over. As a lie it was a good one, she realized, for he was prepared to believe he might be betrayed for some coin. It also explained her earlier dissembling as an attempt to protect the footman from retaliation.
She was too startled to deny any or all of those things. "No," he said, answering for her. " For once Ria was glad that her thoughts were so clearly expressed on her face. "It is too late to impose your presence on any of the suitable females of my acquaintance, therefore I will escort you to suitable lodgings not far from here. " West paused long enough to allow Ria to put forth an argument. He hoped it was good sense rattier than exhaustion that kept her from doing so. Rising to his feet, he said, "Wait here.
West thought Ria made this recitation with some effort to detach herself from it. He understood and appreciated what it cost her to do so. "Us? " he asked, prompting her gently to continue. "Who is us? " "My great-grandfather. I was living with him when word came. " It was precisely this sort of revelation that made his head hurt. " Ria regarded him from under the raised sweep of her perfectly arched brows. "I thought I did," she said. "Shall I draw the tree for you? Connect the—" He held up one hand, palm out.