Dark Angel; Lord Carew's Bride by Mary Balogh

By Mary Balogh

From ny occasions bestselling writer Mary Balogh come vintage stories of affection became harmful, set amid the attractiveness of Regency England—a time rife with ardour, betrayal, and intrigue.  DARK ANGELJennifer Winwood has been engaged for 5 years to a guy she hardly ever understands yet believes to be honorable and reliable: Lord Lionel Kersey. without notice, she turns into the quarry of London’s so much infamous womanizer, Gabriel Fisher, the Earl of Thornhill. Jennifer has no concept that she is simply a pawn within the long-simmering feud among those headstrong, impossible to resist men—or that she's going to turn into a prize extra precious than revenge.  LORD CAREW’S BRIDEJennifer’s cousin Samantha Newman is smarting after she too is toyed with through Lord Kersey. in the course of her heartbreak, she seeks solace from her new good friend, the disabled gardener Hartley Wade. If purely she knew that Hartley is secretly Lord Carew, and that he hides greater than impressive wealth: a passionate mystery held deep in his middle that purely her love can demonstrate.

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It was a heady thought for someone who was only just now arriving in London for the first time. She was so very old to be doing that, so very old not to be officially out. But two years ago when she was eighteen and her come-out was planned and also the engagement and marriage that had been arranged three years before that by her papa and the Earl of Rushford, Viscount Kersey’s father, the viscount had been detained in the north of England by the severe illness of an uncle. Jennifer had shed many a tear that spring and summer, not so much at the lost Season as at the delay in her marriage.

I hope you did not tell her so, Gabe,” he said. “Maybe it is common courtesy to a Swiss miss to tell her such things, but an English miss would have twelve fits of the vapors and her papa and all her brothers and male cousins and uncles would separately challenge you. ” “I kept my thoughts to myself,” the earl said, grinning, “until I was foolish enough to confide them to Bertie. They must be otherwise engaged this afternoon, Bertie. Or perhaps they have not been presented yet. ” He too had looked about hopefully for them—in particular for the redhead.

Dark and fair. Well endowed and more delicate. But each exquisite in her own very English way. Will they pretend not to notice us, do you think, and direct their eyes downward? Or will they look up? Will they blush? ” “Or frown,” Sir Albert said, laughing as he followed the direction of his friend’s gaze. “Exquisite, yes. And strangers, unfortunately. Of course at this time of year London is always full of strangers. ” “Frown? I think not,” the earl said softly as their horses took them closer to the two ladies, who really should have waited a few hours if they hoped to be ogled as they deserved to be, he thought.

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