By Grace Burrowes
David, Viscount quite, has imperiled his honor...
Letty Banks is a reluctant courtesan, retaining a bad mystery that introduced her, a vicar's daughter, to a lifetime of vice. whereas changing into madam of Viscount Fairly's high-class brothel is an absolute monetary necessity, Letty refuses to develop into David's mistress-though their appeal turns into more durable to withstand the extra she learns in regards to the man...
Perhaps a fallen lady can redeem it.
David is smitten not just with Letty's attractiveness, but in addition together with her calm, her kindness, her quiet. David is decided to place respectability again in her grab, whether that implies uncovering the secrets and techniques Letty works so demanding to maintain hidden-secrets which can take her clear of him forever...
Award-winning big apple occasions and united states at the present time bestselling writer Grace Burrowes's awesome writing will immerse you in a Regency international not like any you've skilled.
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You couldn‟t have bought the mine or factory without me. And you‟ve made me a very wealthy man. ” ~ 49 ~ Ash inhaled sharply. “What of me? ” The wild idea seized him, and he could not shake it loose. If marrying one of Jack‟s daughters helped him secure even a slight hold on the empire he‟d built, then so be it. True, he‟d still have two other daughters and their dandy husbands to contend with, but he‟d cope—and all the better if he was married to a direct heir. One third of Jack‟s share would be his.
You‟re one of his daughters,” the deep voice rumbled low. A statement, not a question. She bit back the denial. His inside source, the maid, had him quite convinced of that truth, so there was no sense denying it. “Scarcely so. I‟ve never even met the man. I only called upon him today after receiving his summons to meet my half sisters. I was leaving, never to return—” “Like I said, Jack Hadley is your father. ” She felt the tension in him as he uttered this, in the hard body holding her, so strong, so big, so … male.
She leaned forward on the seat and asked the question that she was almost too afraid to ask. ” They were nothing. Strangers. Predator and prey. He inhaled, the soft sound deep and contemplative to her ears. ” Wife. She jerked from the word, feeling it on a visceral level, a punch to her belly. Heat swelled over her face, making her skin itch. She fought to swallow the impossibly thick lump rising in her throat. Madame Foster‟s voice was there again, a rushed whisper in her head, full of ominous warning.
David: Lord of Honor (Lonely Lords, Book 9) by Grace Burrowes