By Sylvia Day
#1 New York Times bestselling writer Sylvia Day, America's most popular writer of provocative fiction, grants the debut novel from Cosmo Red-Hot Reads from Harlequin.
The cognizance that Jax nonetheless affected me so strongly used to be a jagged capsule to swallow.He'd in basic terms been a part of my existence for 5 brief weeks years ago.But now he used to be back.Walking right into a deal I'd labored tough to close.And God, he was once magnificent.His eyes have been a brown so darkish they have been approximately black.Thickly lashed, they have been relentless of their intensity.Had i actually suggestion they have been gentle and warm?There was once not anything smooth approximately Jackson Rutledge.He used to be a troublesome and jaded guy, reduce from a ruthless cloth.
In that second I understood how badly i needed to solve the secret of Jax.Bad sufficient that I didn't brain how a lot it was once going to price me....
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Damn that Darcy! Money held all the nobility to be had, Wickham knew. And why it was all Darcy’s was a question that would dog him relentlessly. 4 Preceded by Lydia (who seemed particularly satisfied with herself), Elizabeth returned that night to her sisters and mother in the parlour. It took a little longer for Jane to appear. Moreover, she had no sooner settled herself into a chair than the gentlemen rejoined them, quite unwitting of the temper of the room. For when Bingley took his usual seat next to Jane, she bore the exact expression one would have conjured a chicken to possess hearing a fox circling the hen-house.
If you do not choose to believe what is a verifiable truth, ’tis your folly, not mine,” and, with the timing of a true thespian, she then rose and quitted the room. Jane sat upon the bed in a befuddled stupor. Elizabeth knew her dear sister’s sensibilities had been abused far beyond immediate reclamation. Was she not so curious, her own might have found insult, too. But this time, the usual annoyance Lydia incited in Elizabeth was compounded by being at the mercy of her own ignorance. Even with no brothers to have enlightened them, Elizabeth was marginally informed upon nature’s intent.
However, she stopped at the door, her hand upon the knob, and stood a moment, deep in thought. ” A perfectly good question. 3 George Wickham was not a happy major. “Spirits” the sign had read. In all the good humour of one who has yet to know himself disappointed, Wickham had run his glove reassuringly across the shine of the brass buttons that lined his uniform jacket, tossed his red cape back across one shoulder just so, and made his entrance into the anticipated merriment. But he took no more than a step or two inside the door that had borne the designation of a drinking establishment.