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I will be on the hunt for more! I found there to be quite a few more sex scenes than I would normally read, but with the way she'd put other things happening Tessa Dare is a part-time librarian, full-time mother, and swing-shift writer. She makes her home in Southern California, where she shares a cozy, cluttered bungalow with her husband, their two children, and a dog. Tessa Dare.
Out of options, Rhys returns to his ancestral home on the Devonshire moors, battle-scarred and world-weary. But he is offered a chance at redemption in the arms of beautiful innkeeper, Meredith Maddox who dares him to face the demons of his past The second novel in Tessa Dare's delightful Stud Club trilogy.
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Back Sport Books. Log In. At Briarbank, he would surely return to his good-humored self. Young William would come on his break from school. Michael would still be at sea, of course, but Laurent and Winifred would join them, at least for a week or two. And Amelia would be the perfect hostess.
Just as Mama had always been. She would fill every room with great vases of snapdragons, arrange theatricals and parlor games, serve braised pheasant with blackberry glaze. She would make everyone happy, by sheer force of will. Or bribery, if she must. It was just settled this week. To strangers? Centuries , Jack. Why would we dream of leasing it out? What on earth can you mean? How much do you owe? To whom? Days ago now.
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I was holding my own until Faraday put his token in play. All ten tokens? The tokens are everything. One stud horse, ten brass tokens. And lost. And my cards. Amelia, I swear to you, they were unbeatable cards. If I had some other means of raising the funds, I would. God only knew what trouble would find Jack in the meantime.
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Ask Laurent for the money. Their eldest brother had married prudently, almost sacrificially. The family had been desperate for funds at the time, and Winifred had come with bags of money from her mining-magnate father. The old man would never authorize the use of four hundred pounds to pay off a gaming debt. Yes, she understood. He vaulted the low terrace rail. Rattling the coins in his palm, he backed away into the garden. I never was any good with lessons.
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What cruel turn of events was this? Briarbank, rented for the summer! All the happiness stored up in those cobbled floors and rustic hearths and bundles of lavender hanging from the rafters—wasted on strangers. All her elaborate menus and planned excursions, for naught.
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Her brother had nowhere to recover from his grief. And somehow more lowering than all this: She had no place of her own. Accepting spinsterhood had not been easy for Amelia. But she could resign herself to the loneliness and disappointment, she told herself, so long as she had summers at that drafty stone cottage. Those few months made the rest of the year tolerable. Whilst her friends collected lace and linens for their trousseaux, Amelia contented herself by embroidering seat covers for Briarbank. As they entertained callers, she entertained thoughts of begonias in the window box.
When she—an intelligent, thoughtful, well-bred lady—was thrown over nightly for her younger, prettier, lack-witted counterparts, she could fool herself into happiness by thinking of blackberry glaze. Lord, the irony. Alone on the terrace, she started to tremble. Destiny clanged against her hopes, beating them down one hollow ring at a time. Somewhere inside, a clock was tolling midnight.
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