A Fool Again (Duchess Quartet, Book 1.5) by Eloisa James

By Eloisa James

A idiot Again is the tale of Genevieve, who as soon as made a splash to Gretna Greene to marry, yet used to be stuck through her father. Now, many years later, she attends the funeral of her aged husband (not the guy she ran away to marry) and who does she see yet The person who obtained Away! Can they make their love paintings this time round or will Genevieve be A idiot Again?

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But Eira never seemed to mind Rhodi‟s looks. Perhaps she, like Margaret, found him far more charming than ugly. Whatever she thought of him, the dear had managed to soothe the beast in Rhodi. In the few short years of their marriage, Rhodi grew tamer, his dark moods all but banished. He became one of the kindest, most thoughtful and considerate men Margaret had ever known. Oh, but he‟d loved Eira dearly. Her death had devastated him completely, sending him into black moods again. He retreated into himself, staying away from society by sequestering himself at Llanmair.

He was quite proud of the gardens and the fact that they were renowned throughout Wales. He could not see the full beauty of them, really, as he was unable to distinguish so many of the colors. But he knew them to be impressive. He and the head gardener determined that the wall could be shored up, and as he often did, Rhodrick unthinkingly removed his coat and waistcoat, rolled up his sleeves, took a shovel from one of the workers, and began to dig a trench where they would leverage posts to support the wall.

She joined Percy in the breakfast room, and even he claimed to have spent a sleepless night. He once again pressed Greer to seek help in Rhayader. But Greer was adamant she could not. Of the thirty pounds with which she had left London, she had less than four pounds remaining. It wasn‟t even enough to see her back to London, what with the cost of a hired coach and inns along the way. She didn‟t want to stay here, but at the moment, it seemed the lesser of two evils—the spirits and dreams and sounds notwithstanding.

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