By Anne Stuart
In case you dance with the satan, you carry palms with temptation . . . Christian Montcalm used to be a realistic guy, if a destitute scoundrel, yet his plan to mattress and wed the delectable leave out Hetty Chipple may look after that sticky wicket. despite the fact that, there has been a so much interesting trouble to his luck. Annelise Kempton wanted not anything greater than to return among this despicable rogue and the fortune (and advantage) of her younger cost. definitely, Annelise understood the desperation that comes from demanding occasions, yet Montcalm could fail -- she may in my opinion see to it. All that stood in her means used to be a guy whose rakish appeal might tempt a saint to sin, or consign a proven spinster to sleepless nights of longing . . . to offer the satan his due.
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Josiah was a man of his word—they arrived at Lady Bellwhite's town house at precisely ten o'clock in the evening. The street was already crowded with carriages, the noise and the music from the elegant little mansion spilled out into the streets, and Annelise groaned at the thought of another crowd. At least there'd be suitors, she told herself, already less than enamored of this particular visit. And she was right. By the time they reached the ballroom they'd passed by three rather weedy young men, four elderly widowers, an earl with a weak heart and a bad reputation, and a bevy of other possible contenders for Hetty's delicate hand.
It was always difficult for people to assess her position in their households. Sometimes she was put in one of the better guest rooms, other times she was put in a place little better than a maid's room. Having had a good look at the decor in Chippie House, she was rather hoping for the latter this time around. Mr. Chippie's propensity for bright colors would be hard to live with, and few people bothered to do more than was absolutely necessary with the rooms the servants inhabited. As long as she had her own room she would be content.
How would she look without her spectacles? How would she look without her clothes? She would have long legs to wrap around him, and he was connoisseur enough to see that despite her general skinniness she had a decent bosom. Yes, she'd strip quite nicely. As soon as he could talk her into it. But first things first. "We'll go play cards, Crosby," he said pleasantly. " "With the heiress? " Christian glanced down at him. Crosby was never the brightest of men, but every now and then he was surprisingly astute.
The Devil's Waltz (Mira Historical Romance) by Anne Stuart