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By Sherry Thomas
Recognized in Paris, notorious in London, Verity Durant is as famous for her mouthwatering delicacies as for her scandalous love existence. yet that’s the least of the surprises watching for her new agency while he arrives on the property of Fairleigh Park following the unforeseen loss of life of his brother.
To emerging political megastar Stuart Somerset, Verity Durant is simply a reputation and foodstuff is simply nutrition, until eventually her first dish touches his lips. just one different time had he felt such natural arousal–a harmful evening of ardour with a stranger, who disappeared at sunrise. Ten years is many years to attend for the most direction, but if Verity Durant arrives at his desk, there’s just one factor that may fulfill Stuart’s urge for food for extra. yet is his starvation for lust, revenge–or that rarest of cuisine, love? For Verity’s earlier has a mystery that can eat them either while they succeed in for the main scrumptious fruit of all.…
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Extra resources for Delicious (The Marsdens, Book 1)
Charles? Yes, Charles—that’s it! Thank you. It wasn’t until I read about our engagement in the Times that I realized dearest Charles was a duke. I just knew that he was the lovely young man with the red eyebrows and the black star stuck to his left cheek, although I never told him, of course. ” That did it. Lord Edward choked out something about hurrying Lord Henry along with the refreshments and escaped before his sense of humor caused him to fall into public disgrace. He had planned to ingratiate himself with the duchess, who was an integral player in his plan, but it was more than obvious that buttering up Old Horry was naught but an exercise in futility.
Watching this little interchange, Lord Edward concluded that it wasn’t necessary to clear up Lord Delbert’s misconception about exactly which of the Chilworth women he had supposedly planned to wed. It came to him next to discuss the dreaded “Incident on the Balcony” with his friend, and it only served to highlight the extreme distress in which Lord Edward found himself this morning that he even considered entering into such a delicate matter with the affable but vague redhead. “I kissed Miss Howland last night,” Naughty Ned said baldly, his treacherous tongue acting with more alacrity than his sore brain.
No, Lord Edward wasn’t overly concerned with Emily’s present looks. Not when she possessed such a fine mind, such a level head, and, most important, such a boundless affection and patience for her brainless relatives. Perhaps if he were to tell her the truth, come smack out into the open with his real intentions, she would…But no, not yet. She wouldn’t believe he really loved her, for one thing, and she might believe he only wanted to use her, for another. He’d have to bide his time until he could somehow manage to get the dowager to come to Lyndhurst Hall for a house party at the conclusion of the Season.