By Elizabeth Boyle
"Femme Fatale . . .
Napoleon lusted for her fortune whereas Paris swooned at her toes. Adelaide de Chevenoy, claimant to the de Chevenoy fortune, captivated jaded Parisians together with her clean attractiveness and mysterious previous. not anyone suspected that the newly back heiress was once rather Lily D'Artiers Copeland, Adelaide's extraordinary double, despatched by way of the British executive to retrieve a cache of beneficial journals. At her aspect used to be the aristocratic adventurer who had lured her into spying, a guy she'd spent her complete existence attempting to not love. . . .
Gentleman secret agent . . .
Bold, speeding Webb Dryden remembered the reckless hoyden who'd pursued him as a baby. yet this Lily, remodeled right into a lady who stole his breath away--seemed frustratingly detached to his charms. Posing as her fiancé, Webb deliberate to paintings undercover, yet Lily's brazen methods commanded the eye of Napoleon's intrigue-filled courtroom. all of sudden Lily was once greater than Webb bargained for, a attractiveness who touched his middle and haunted his desires, inciting passions that imperiled their very lives. . . .
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She rested her forehead on her hands, closed her aching eyes and began to pray. “Dear God, please help me,” she whispered. ” Slowly Anne pushed to her feet. She stood very straight, taking deep breaths of the clean fall wind, waiting for the weakness to pass, then bent, hooked her hands under Cord’s upper arms, and began to pull. She dragged his body across the yard toward the house foot by foot. It was not as impossible as she had feared, almost but not quite beyond her. Her back felt as if it were breaking from the effort, the awkward position, and Samuels’ earlier attentions long before she got to the porch.
They all had fresh paint, the yard and corrals were in good repair, and the stock visible was in good shape. One man did not keep a place looking like this by lazing around. A dog hiding behind the barn barked shrilly at him. Noah slowed, drew his gun, and began to approach the house with care as he noticed the front door standing open.
Neither man went off his feet, and all four were now running for their horses. Cord began to slump down the door frame, and she hurried to ease his fall. ” So she did. The recoil frightened her but didn’t stop her. She emptied the rifle, then the pistol at the retreating figures, hoping they could not tell it was only her wild firing. The horses kept running. When she dropped the empty pistol, Cord was on the floor, unconscious, shivering and covered with gooseflesh from the cold fall air, bleeding from one nostril again.