By Caroline Linden
"Lady Emma Bowen loves her comfy little condominium in London. Captain Phineas Quentin hates his—except that it's close to hers. simply because he feels ever a lot more than neighborly towards the beautiful widow subsequent door…
This brief tale (10,000 phrases) initially seemed within the immense ebook of Regency Romance.
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Let her recall those two days of fear when she’d been abandoned, terrified, and with child in Edinburgh. The earl hesitated, and for a moment she wondered if he was going to remain in the room and listen to Dr. Fenton’s words. But then he simply closed the door behind him, leaving her feeling relieved. The minute they were alone, Gillian turned her attention to her employer. She pressed her hands together and willed herself not to betray any emotion. No annoyance, irritation, or anger would show on her features.
Fenton bowed slightly. “Of course, Your Lordship. I shall send letters to only those who can hold their tongue. But I had thought you resigned yourself to the illness of your brothers. ” “Are you speaking of your daughter, Dr. ” The older man nodded. “I didn’t choose to wed because of a blood disease. I decided to marry because I was concerned someone might achieve their aim to kill me. ” Dr. Fenton looked shocked. ” “Absolutely nothing,” Grant said. ” Dr. Fenton nodded. “Then I shall correspond with some of my colleagues in Edinburgh, Your Lordship.
Would she have to be concerned about pleasing everyone? The Earl of Straithern loaded two biscuits and a small piece of cake on a plate and stood, delivering it to her himself. ” he asked. ” His gray eyes were alight with an emotion she couldn’t decipher. Humor? Did she amuse him? Or was he daring her to be rude in the face of Dr. Fenton’s obvious displeasure? She took the plate from him, their fingers brushing. She glanced up to find him looking at her again. “Please do not,” she said in a low enough tone that Dr.
Like None Other by Caroline Linden