By Anne Herries
Lord Pendleton’s Society spouse In her first season in London, kingdom lady Susannah Hampton is burdened by means of the attentions of the speeding Lord Pendleton. prosperous, yet undeniably conceited, he's by no means the type of husband she had in brain. even supposing she can’t support yet locate him beautiful. quickly Susannah will get what she hopes for – a wedding thought! She can be an blameless kingdom omit, yet now Susannah is set to inflame her husband’s ardour – and soften the ice round his middle… Debutantes benefit from the delights of A Season on the town
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You must have heard the sound of my wheels,’ Harry retorted, though he knew that she had some right on her side. ’ ‘I saw some prim roses I wanted,’ the girl replied. ‘This is a quiet road, sir. ’ ‘Possibly because they are none of them able,’ Harry retorted. Even as he spoke he realised that he sounded petulant and arrogant, which was far from his nature. ‘You should be more careful when crossing the road near bends in the road, miss…’ Harry belatedly became aware that she was rather lovely.
Susannah caught a look in her eyes that told her she was thinking of the way her own life had been when she was forced to live in her brother’s house. Once again she felt indignant that anyone should have made Amelia suffer so.
But he was a stuffy bore. She did not think he could be much above thirty years, but he behaved as if he were old enough to be her father! He was certainly not the kind of man she was seeking as a husband. Her eyes searched the room for the man that had made the biggest impression on her that evening and found him. Northaven turned his head and glanced at her. For a moment his blue eyes met hers and her heart jerked, but then he looked at his com pan ion once more and smiled at some thing he was saying.