By Grace Burrowes
Andrew Alexander, Earl of Greymoor, has attempted to run either from stories of a boating tragedy that claimed the lives of a number of family, and from an allure to lovely, petite, Astrid Worthington. He returns to England to discover Astrid widowed, watching for a toddler, and extra irresistibly appealing to him than ever. whilst it turns into obvious that Astrid wishes a husband who can continue her and her unborn baby secure, Andrew needs to make a decision if outdated nightmares will proceed to regulate his existence, or if his love for Astrid entitles him to a moment probability at happiness–and love.
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Have you really considered? " "He means to convey the impression that he is in love with me," Clara had said. " Harriet had looked sorrowful. "Send him away. " They had come near to quarreling for the first time. "You must not say such things any longer, Harriet," Clara had said quietly. "He is my betrothed. He is soon to be my husband. " Tears had stood in Harriet's eyes and she had bitten her upper lip. "I am sorry," she had said. "I am so sorry, Clara. " "Whether I do or not," Clara had said, "he is to be my husband, Harriet.
Frederick Sullivan left his group at the other side of the room almost at the same moment and began strolling slowly their way. "Yes," Clara Danford said, "as you predicted he would, Harriet. And I did not disagree with you, did I? Come, you must confess that he is by far the most handsome man in the room. " "I have never denied the fact," Harriet said. " Clara smüed slightly and looked up at her friend. "Your objection to him is only that he is also probably the most unprincipled man in Bath. " "And yet you will persist in encouraging him," Harriet said.
Yes, she thought, he probably was happy. So was she. God help her, so was she. "And so am I, sir," she said. " He laughed at her again. "My name is Frederick, ma'am. Freddie to my family and friends. " "Freddie," she said. She was going to be his family and his friend. Yes, definitely the first and perhaps the second. There was no reason, surely, why they could not become friends. "I would like to be both. " She smiled again. " "And now," he said, "the first and highest hurdle safely over, I am all impatience.