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By Mary Balogh

Pass over Clara Danford makes a decision that she has to be cautious approximately wasting her center to Frederick Sullivan, the devilishly good-looking rake whose greatest kisses and passionate wooing may well masks a unethical soul.

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Playing deep was strictly forbidden in Bath. Gaming was intended to be merely a pleasant social exercise there. And so his winnings in total would make scarcely a dent in the smallest of his debts. No, one did not come to Bath in order to recoup one's fortune at the tables. One came to Bath to look for a rich wife. The best place to do that, of course, was London during the Season. The great Marriage Mart. It seemed the obvious place at which Frederick should shop. But for two particular reasons he could not do so.

Tears had stood in Harriet's eyes and she had bitten her upper lip. "I am sorry," she had said. "I am so sorry, Clara. " "Whether I do or not," Clara had said, "he is to be my husband, Harriet. " "I shall look about me for another position," Harriet had said. "They are not difficult to come by in Bath. And Mama is here for me to live with while I wait. " Harriet should be the one marrying, Clara had thought suddenly. She was the beautiful one. It was just a lamentable fact that she was without fortune.

But she would be disappointed, she knew. Bitterly disappointed. For she had made up her mind, and with the decision had come the full knowledge of just how empty and lonely her life had been for years, especially since the death of her father. It had all come flooding out of her, just as if a dam had been released. She wanted him. Mr. Frederick Sullivan, that was. She wanted all that health and strength and beauty to belong to her. Almost as if she could make them her own, she thought wryly. Almost as if she could transform herself by marrying him.

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