By Julia London
From New York Times bestselling writer Julia London comes the second one novel in her irresistibly romantic determined Debutantes trilogy, within which 3 unexpectedly destitute aristocratic younger girls needs to lodge to determined ability to take care of appearances...and locate the husbands in their desires.
woman Greer Fairchild's simply wish of keeping off marriage to the 1st bidder lies in visiting into the untamed Welsh nation-state looking for an inheritance she's uncertain even exists -- one reportedly managed via Rhodrick Glendower, Earl of Radnor, sometimes called the Prince of Powys. Rumor has it that the prince is tough, ruthless -- even a assassin. yet Greer by no means imagined that the brute may refuse to permit her depart his distant citadel until eventually she has confirmed her identification. Or that she may locate herself powerfully drawn to this passionately virile guy whose gruff demeanor belies a proud and sensual nature. The extra Greer falls below his spell, the extra decided she turns into to solve the secrets and techniques of her Welsh historical past and the secret surrounding the darkish prince who dares her to turn into his spouse and princess.
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Extra resources for The Perils of Pursuing a Prince (Desperate Debutantes, Book 2)
It seemed to work. She seemed to forget all about the bloody prince for a moment. Greer did not, however, forget the prince for very long—how could she, holed up in some dreadful receiving room, waiting for Percy to return from his private discussion with him? She paced restlessly, crossing frequently to the window and staring out at the castle‟s gardens and the bright blue sky. When Percy did at last return, she could tell by his grim expression that things had not gone well. “He‟s unmoved,” he said simply as he led her to a settee and sat beside her.
Two of them instantly started toward them, and Mr. Percy quickly pushed Greer behind him. ” he demanded of the prince as the footmen advanced. “God in heaven,” the prince spat. ” he roared. “If you want to settle this like gentlemen—” Percy tried, but the footmen grabbed him. He began to struggle, ranting in Welsh at the prince, his face red with anger. Greer screamed as Percy fought mightily against them. One of the men managed to twist Percy‟s arms behind his back, which effectively entrapped him.
The prince said something in Welsh to which Percy returned a violent stream of what Greer was certain was the worst vitriol. It must have been, for whatever Percy said changed the prince‟s mien—he suddenly looked very dangerous. Lethal. She believed he could snap Percy‟s neck with only one of his large paws. But he surprised her—with a scathing look at the two of them, he pivoted about and strode out of the room. When the door closed behind him, Percy swiped angrily at an oil lamp and sent it crashing to the floor.
The Perils of Pursuing a Prince (Desperate Debutantes, Book 2) by Julia London