By Stephanie Laurens
Unique e-book: 2004
The seven individuals of the Bastion membership have served loyally within the perilous carrier of the Crown. Now they've banded jointly to aid each other via their most threatening venture of all: getting married.
When Charles St. Austell returns domestic to say his name as earl, and to settle speedy on an appropriate spouse besides, he discovers that have has made him impatient of the younger women who vie for his attention—with the exception of woman Penelope Selborne. Years in the past, Charles and Penelope's younger ardor was once consummated in an unforgettable afternoon. Charles remains to be haunted by way of their interlude, yet Penny refuses to have whatever extra to do with him.
If controlling her center was once tricky ahead of, resisting an improved, battle-hardened Charles is definitely nigh very unlikely, but Penelope has vowed she won't make an identical mistake two times, nor will she marry with no love. but if a traitorous intrigue attracts them jointly, then eventually threatens them both—will Penny observe she has a real protector in Charles, her first and basically love, who now vows to make her his personal?
Read Online or Download A Lady of His Own (Bastion Club, Book 3) PDF
Similar regency books
From an exhilarating new voice in romantic fiction comes a fast moving and emotional old romance. Shana Galen is bound to dazzle readers together with her indisputable expertise and precise model of wit and style. this can be an writer to observe! Alex Scarston, Earl of Selbourne. Rake. undercover agent. together with his efforts for England within the conflict opposed to the French suspended, relatives duties compel him to enquire the disappearance of Viscount Brigham's son.
Having had every thing taken from him while he was once thrown out of Heaven, William Bradford performs poker like he has not anything to lose. while he's ordered to guard Abby Hanson, William does not observe his center is in danger from a lady who despises males who gamble.
Woman Nicole Daughtry has vowed by no means to be liable to any guy. regardless of the many suitors vying for the extraordinary beauty's hand, she has obvious the wear and tear love can inflict and desires no a part of it. until eventually she meets Lucas Paine, Marquess of Basingstoke, whose charisma of chance and secret attracts her like no different.
Manhattan Times-bestselling writer R. A. Salvatore takes his readers again to his signature international of Corona, introducing a desirable new hero. It is God's yr fifty four, a long time sooner than the Demon Wars, within the land of Corona. The roads are hazardous to go back and forth; goblins and bloodthirsty Powries hunt down human prey.
- Loving Mr. Darcy: Journeys Beyond Pemberley
- You Only Love Twice
- Promise Me Tomorrow (Mira)
- Sinful in Satin
- A Regency Christmas III
Additional info for A Lady of His Own (Bastion Club, Book 3)
But she smiled and linked her arm through her sister's as they turned to reenter the parlor, where Lady Berry and Lord Astor were in conversation together. "Ah, a task well-accomplished," Lady Berry said. "You are both going to look quite splendid in my drawing room two evenings hence. Arabella, my dear, Geoffrey is going to spoil us all and take us for ices before we go home. Miss Wilson, are you very tired, my dear? " Lord Astor waited while his wife put on her bonnet, then offered his arm to escort her to the carriage.
But when he had begun to withdraw, she had thought for a moment that it was all going to start again, and she had been unable to quell that sound of protest. She had been horrified. She had fully expected that he would express deep displeasure with her. But he had said nothing. She was still sore. Arabella stole a glance at the dismayingly handsome profile of her husband as he discussed parasols with Frances. She would perform her duty again tonight if she must. After all, it was something to which she had to accustom herself.
When sitting in the drawing room at Parkland or in someone else's, it was to be expected that much of the time he would sit next to his betrothed. As it happened, he far more frequently had Frances on his arm during walks, or even her mother. Arabella usually ran on ahead with her dog and the excuse that she had spotted some primroses that must be picked. And she habitually seated herself as far away from him as possible in the drawing room and struck up an animated conversation with whoever was closest to her.