By Victoria Alexander
Exact twins, good Delia and mischievous Cassandra Effington have been the main scrumptious debutantes to ever waltz throughout a London ballroom. They seemed alike in each manner . . . yet not anyone ever anticipated Delia to be the only to get into difficulty . . . How did this younger lady's popularity develop into so questionable? as soon as she was once stunning, first rate omit Delia Effington, yet an impulsive decision—and next disaster—forces Delia to retire from society. till one evening, determined for diversion, she attends a ball as her dual sister and unearths herself dancing within the robust palms of the speeding Viscount St. Stephens. Delia believes she hasn't ever met this guy who arouses her passions, but he turns out someway established. For Delia does not be aware of that St. Stephens, an agent for the Crown, has been in her domestic, holding her below the cover of her butler. what's going to take place while this girl discovers the reality in regards to the guy she has come to like?
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Wasn’t he taking advantage of her plight for his own miserable purposes, no matter how legitimate they may be? Oh, he was indeed a scoundrel, a bounder, a nasty piece of work to be sure. The Efﬁngtons had nothing on him. He never imagined his opinion of her could change so dramatically and so quickly, never imagined he could have been so wrong and never dreamed he’d feel so wretched about deceiving her. In the days that Tony and Lady Wilmont had worked side by side sorting her husband’s papers, Tony had gained a much clearer picture of this woman his friend had married.
The lie rolled smoothly off his tongue. “Nor was he active in society. ” Particularly as Lord Marchant did not now exist, nor had he ever. ” She studied the paper. “This notes you are exceptionally good with ﬁgures and managed the household accounts when in his lordship’s employ. ” he said without thinking. Damn Pribble The Lady in Question 31 anyway. The man was a genius when it came to forging documents or producing facsimiles of important papers, but he had a nasty sense of humor. It was well known in the department that Tony had no head for numbers.
The Lady in Question 35 Mrs. Miller was one of those rare women who could become whatever she wished with a minimal amount of effort. She’d been with the department as long as Tony had, and when it came to altering her appearance, she was as good, possibly even better, than he. He’d seen her range from seductively stunning to plain and nondescript. For this assignment, she had the look of a woman who could blend into a crowd without notice, without attracting so much as a second glance, without anyone remembering her presence.
The Lady in Question (Effington Family, Book 7) by Victoria Alexander