A Country Miss in Hanover Square by Anne Herries

By Anne Herries

Lord Pendleton’s Society spouse In her first season in London, nation woman Susannah Hampton is harassed via the attentions of the speeding Lord Pendleton. filthy rich, yet undeniably conceited, he's by no means the type of husband she had in brain. even though she can’t support yet locate him beautiful. quickly Susannah will get what she hopes for – a wedding notion! She should be an blameless kingdom leave out, yet now Susannah is decided to inflame her husband’s ardour – and soften the ice round his center… Debutantes benefit from the delights of A Season on the town

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They knew we were coming. ’ Harry stood up and walked over to take a look at Max. ‘Some how they must have got wind that we planned a surprise raid to take prisoners…’ ‘One of the servants,’ Gerard replied and shrugged. ’ ‘I wouldn’t trust their generals as far as I could throw them,’ Harry growled. He looked at the blood trick ling down Gerard’s face. They had wrapped a kerchief round his head, but it wasn’t doing much good. ‘Your wound is still bleeding. ’ ‘You saved my life once today,’ Gerard said and grinned at him.

None of this would have occurred. ’ ‘If Aunt Agatha had wished to leave her money to you, she would have done so,’ Amelia replied, her voice calm but with an underlying anger. ‘She told me that she had done all she intended to do for you or your sons. ’ ‘I dare say, but Agatha was Father’s aunt and I am as entitled as you, Amelia. I did not fight the will; it would cause a scandal, and I dislike that of all things, as you know. However, you could have put things right. ’ ‘I may do so in time if I feel they deserve it,’ Amelia said.

You speak as if you were past your youth,’ Margaret Hampton said and shook her head. ’ ‘Yes, perhaps I am, if anyone wished to dance with me,’ Amelia agreed, and her eyes reflected amusement. She looked at Susannah. ‘Please, my dear, you must call me Amelia, at least in private. ’ ‘Oh…thank you,’ Susannah said, a faint colour still in her cheeks. Had Miss Royston suspected her of overhearing her argument with her brother? ’ ‘Good. ’ Amelia assured her. ’ ‘This will be my first visit to London.

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