By Sherry Thomas
Well-known in Paris, notorious in London, Verity Durant is as recognized for her mouthwatering food as for her scandalous love lifestyles. yet that’s the least of the surprises anticipating her new supplier whilst he arrives on the property of Fairleigh Park following the unforeseen dying of his brother.
To emerging political celebrity Stuart Somerset, Verity Durant is simply a reputation and foodstuff is simply foodstuff, until eventually her first dish touches his lips. just one different time had he felt such natural arousal–a harmful evening of ardour with a stranger, who disappeared at sunrise. Ten years is decades to attend for the most path, but if Verity Durant arrives at his desk, there’s just one factor that would fulfill Stuart’s urge for food for extra. yet is his starvation for lust, revenge–or that rarest of cuisine, love? For Verity’s previous has a mystery which may consume them either whilst they succeed in for the main scrumptious fruit of all.…
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She’s such a biddable girl too—delightfully accommodating. I only wish I had a daughter of my own. Such fun it would be to match her up. After all, there’s young Carrisbrooke, right here in the neighborhood. He’s not reached marriageable age, of course, but in another year or two, when he reaches his majority—” “And his estate is even closer—and larger—than Lady Flavia’s,” Miranda put in acidly before her common sense kicked in. “Yes, just three miles away… and an abbey. It would be so convenient to have my daughter right at hand and to have her be a countess as well.
Who would run her employer’s errands, not shop for herself. He let his hand drop to his side and stepped back from the young lady—quickly enough, he hoped, that Lady Stone wouldn’t begin to think her companion was at fault and blame the poor girl. Portia, Lady Stone had called her. It suited her somehow. But now was not the time to be thinking of that. Accosting my companion… Lady Stone had sounded almost angry. Was an accident with a bunch of violets about to cause him to lose his one real hope of bettering himself?
Winston, I mean. Perhaps… Oh, it’s a silly idea, I suppose, only I might not get the chance again. ” The groom looked at her askance, but he obviously knew better than to comment. Miranda felt herself color. It simply wasn’t done, of course, for a woman to call on a man socially—even a man she had known from her youth. Only if she had business to take up with him or professional dealings might it perhaps be forgiven. Otherwise she paid her formal calls on a gentleman’s wife or mother or sister or hostess, but never directly to a gentleman himself.
Delicious (The Marsdens, Book 1) by Sherry Thomas