By Grace Burrowes
Archer Portmaine is investigating a plot opposed to the Crown while he meets Morgan James, a tender woman who suffered deafness for numerous years, notwithstanding her listening to is essentially restored whilst Archer meets her. Morgan believes her listening to difficulty makes her a bad candidate for marriage, even though her incapacity presents the most important to unraveling Archer’s secret, and to taking pictures his middle.
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The polished brass handle moved smoothly under his fingers. With his fingertip, he nudged the oak door open. He hesitated on the threshold of a chamber as familiar as his own. Nothing here had changed, he realized with a savage sadness. Even the air clung to her memory with a faint trace of Attar of Roses. Had his father intended it as a shrine to its last inhabitant? It seemed unlikely. Or had he simply never set foot in here again? At least Father had the sense to never remarry. No. He had imposed that unpleasant duty on his son.
If Brown was telling the truth about the desperate state of affairs, and he had no reason to lie, then he had been right to lease the Dower House. “Very well. ” Brown blinked. ” “However, please inform Mrs. ” The tension in Brown’s shoulders dissipated. A cautious smile broke out on his face. “I will make your wishes known, my lord. ” One less regret would not make a ha’porth of difference. “I am sure she will be grateful for your powers of persuasion, Mr. Brown. qxd:Lady Flees Her Lord The Lady Flees Her Lord 8/1/08 53 of his desk.
The boy’s eyes popped open as he took in his visitors. Sophia ducked behind Lucinda’s skirts. “Is Mrs. ” Lucinda asked. “Aye,” the boy said. “Good,” Lucinda replied. “I am Mrs. Graham. The vicar asked me to call to see how your mother does. ” a tremulous voice called from inside. “Some lady from the vicar,” the boy called back, seemingly reluctant to open the door any wider. ” It wouldn’t take much strength to push past the boy, who had arms and legs the circumference of willow twigs and a painfully thin chest.
Morgan and Archer (Windham, Book 8.5) by Grace Burrowes