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By Samantha James
Can an ideal scoundrel be the right hero? due to the fact that she used to be cruelly left on the altar on the age of 22, woman Julianna Sterling has resolved to don't have anything to do with males. So she is surprised to find she has unwelcome emotions for the very worst of the breed -- a deadly, unbearably good-looking highwayman who has set upon her trainer within the geographical region and brought her captive. Worse nonetheless, her righteous ire turns fast to unhappiness while the impossible to resist outlaw units her loose. Viscount Dane Granville is familiar with he do not need printed his face to the spell binding woman Julianna -- for he has compromised the key undertaking he has undertaken for the Crown within the guise of the infamous Magpie. Now their paths are crossing once again, and Dane aches to flavor back the wonder of her kiss. yet he needs to withstand what his center calls for, for his or her ardour can basically result in perils past imagining ...
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Alas, she could discern nothing but the sharp blade of his nose, the broad sweep of his brow. There was a nightmarish cast to the room, to him. Her mind seemed capable of registering only darkness and shadows, shadows that seemed to undulate and shift from every corner, surrounding him, as if to shield him. Indeed, it was like a hazy mist clung to his form, dark and impenetrable. He turned then, facing her fully. Beneath thick black brows his eyes were aglow in the dark, golden and 32 Samantha James burning .
He shot off questions, one after the other, like a firing squad. “My husband,” she said quickly. A Perfect Hero 39 His eyes narrowed. Before she could stop him, he snatched up her hand and held it high. “You wear no ring nor have you ever,” he stated flatly. ” Dismay shot through her. And yet he was wrong, she decided wildly. She’d once worn Thomas’s betrothal ring . . “I will ask you once more. ” Panic raced through her. Julianna tried to disguise it. “I told you, my husb—” “My dear lady,” he stated very deliberately, “I am a man of instinct.
Not as a womanizer, but as a robber. For if Dane had learned anything throughout his adult life, it was this . . Fear could be a good thing. It kept one’s senses sharp and alert. Ah, yes, fear was good as long as it did not develop into a malignancy that obliterated all else and kept one from living. . Death—and dying—was the one inevitability in life. He had come to that realization on the battlefield at Waterloo, with bodies littered all around—a day that haunted him still. A day that would haunt him forever.