By Mary Balogh
BONUS: This version comprises an excerpt from Mary Balogh's The mystery Mistress.
Step right into a global of scandal, intrigue, and spell binding ardour as manhattan instances bestselling writer Mary Balogh sweeps us into the lives of a unprecedented family members: the Huxtables. Margaret, the eldest, embarks at the so much risqué experience of her existence and is of the same opinion to marry the main infamous guy in London.…
Only desperation may perhaps convey Duncan Pennethorne, the notorious Earl of Sheringford, again domestic after the miraculous scandal that had stunned even the jaded ton. pressured to wed in fifteen days or be bring to an end with out a penny, Duncan chooses the only girl in London in frantic want of a husband. A deceive an past love forces Margaret Huxtable to just accept the impossible to resist stranger’s supply. yet as soon as she discovers who he relatively is, it’s too late—she’s already betrothed to the wickedly sensual rakehell. speedy she matters an ultimatum: If Duncan wishes her, he needs to woo her. And as ardour slowly ignites, humans marrying for all of the incorrect purposes are getting to know the fun of seduction—and looking ahead to the beautiful excitement of what comes after….
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Extra resources for At Last Comes Love (Huxtable Quintet, Book 3)
There was a look very like merriment in her eyes. But he merely waited for her to take his arm. The Duke ofWithingsby's family had moved directly to the drawing room from the hall. Although the fine weather might have tempted some of them out-of-doors to stroll until it was time for tea, they all felt an unexpressed need to remain together and to be out of the earshot of servants. "One might have guessed," Lord WilliamEarheart said, the first to speak after the door had been closed, "that when he so meekly agreed to return to Enfield scarcely more than a week after his grace wrote to him, Staunton would have a trick or two up his sleeve.
True, she had been innocent and ignorant and awkward and virgin. She had also been a powder keg of passion just waiting to be ignited. And had heedlessly spilled his seed in her. Very wrong. He had known women come to sexual climax. It happened routinely with all his mistresses. But he had understood last night with humiliating claritythat women faked climax just as they faked delight in the whole process, knowing that for a conceited man it was important not only to receive pleasure in bed but also to believe that he gave it.
A man ought not to be allowed to get away with being such a despot, Charity thought—but it was a thought she must certainly learn to keep to herself. "Now that it has pleasedStaunton to favor us with his company," his grace said at last, "we may have the tea tray brought in. Marianne? You will ring for it, if you please. Her? But of course, she realized in some shock. As the wife of themarquess she was the most senior lady present. She became even more aware of her sprigged muslin. "Tony, do come and sit beside me and tell me why you never answer my letters," Marianne said, having got to her feet to pull the bell rope.