By Stephanie Laurens
Unique e-book: 2001
New York occasions bestselling Australian writer Stephanie Laurens grants the most recent story within the immensely well known Cynster sequence. while Chillington is elected an ′honorary Cynster′ on the finish of All approximately Love, he understands he wishes a spouse , and an inheritor. His target; an easy marriage with out romance. He has the same opinion to marry a lady he believes to be pliant and quiet. regrettably for him, the lady he thinks is Francesca Rawling is actually her cousin, Franni.Francesca herself is proud, passionate and opinionated briefly, the precise bride for a Cynster...
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Additional info for All About Passion (Cynster, Book 7)
This was the man with whom she must travel the length of the country. And she trembled at the thought. Lord save me, she pled a silent prayer, from Evedon…and from Wolf. Chapter Three Wolf woke at dawn to the sweet scent of a woman. He smiled and, still drowsy with sleep, reached a hand out to curl her soft body into his. His fingers contacted the thick fur lining of a cloak, a covering, but no woman. He cracked his eyes open and all of it came flooding back, Evedon, the job, Rosalind Meadowfield.
She sat there, listening to Lady Evedon’s quiet snores, her palms clammy even while her fingers were stiff with cold. Her mind raced with thoughts, with fears, with worried speculation. Once the constable arrived, it was only a matter of time before they discovered the truth: that Rosalind Meadowfield did not exist at all, that she had lied. Theft of this magnitude from an employer was a capital offence, and when they knew her real family name, there was no court in the land that would deal with her leniently.
The shock of it made her rapidly avert her gaze, and when she glanced again, his face was looking forward and in shadow once more. She wondered if she had been mistaken. And the thought occurred to her that perhaps he knew that she was lying to Mr Stewart and that she had come from Evedon House. Perhaps he even knew her real identity. It was impossible, of course. They had hanged her father twenty years ago. And as for the rest—Evedon and his accusations—she had been careful: writing her application from Louisa’s in Edinburgh, lying about what she had been doing for the last years, erasing any hint of a connection with the dowager Lady Evedon.