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By Amy Corwin

"A forty-year-old secret may perhaps deliver lonely humans jointly or tear them aside, ceaselessly.

When the Earl of Wraysbury rescues a tender lady from a carriage coincidence, he can't face up to her giggling eyes and wry humorousness, even supposing their households were locked in a feud for generations.

Anemone could be achingly lonely yet she's dependable to her kinfolk. whilst she wakes up after an coincidence within the powerful hands of a good-looking stranger, she's instantly interested in him, and appalled  when  she discovers he's her family's sworn enemy, the Earl of Wraysbury.

Neither Anemone nor the earl is ready for the flaring allure they consider, or for the escalation of the conflict among their households whilst a 40-year-old secret triggers accusations of homicide. Loyalty and the specter of a perilous duel are destined to rip the lonely fanatics aside until they're keen to defy their households and take an opportunity on love.

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Finally she broke the kiss and made herself focus on Peregrine's dark, craggy face. His green eyes were misty with passion, and this time there was nothing enigmatic about him. He wanted her. And, heaven help her, she wanted him… Flames of Passion DEARLY BELOVED by Mary Jo Putney. " —Romantic Times UNCOMMON VOWS by Mary Jo Putney. In one irrevocable move of fate, Adrian, Earl of Shropshire, had ordered the beautiful Lady Meriel de Vere to be locked in his castle's tower, swearing to entice her into surrendering her kisses with lips as hungry as his own.

The lawyer nodded, still stunned. " Peregrine sipped his tea, satisfied. A vital thread was about to be spun in the web forming around Sir Charles Weldon. The unpredictable English weather had cooperated to make Lady Sara's party a success, and the colorful dresses of the female guests were like flowers strewn across the sunlit garden of Haddonfield House. Food, drink, and conversation, mankind's basic entertainment, were all plentiful. As voices and laughter rang through the summer-scented air, footmen circulated among the guests with trays of drinks and gentle strains of music emanated from an invisible chamber quartet.

They had always brought their secrets and sorrows to each other, shared their dreams, and gotten into trouble together. More often than their mothers realized, it was one of Sara's mischievous ideas that got the cousins into trouble, though Ross always insisted that it was his duty as the male and the elder to take the more severe punishments for their crimes. In a world that thought Lady Sara St. James was a consummate lady—boringly so—Ross was the only one permitted to see her more unruly impulses.

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