By Barbara Cartland
Her father had died on their approach domestic to England, his occupation in shambles, his identify disgraced through accusations of treason. Now Canuela Arlington and her mom have been on my own in London in determined want of cash. Canuela must locate paintings. realizing her tender good looks was once guaranteed to galvanize unwelcome advances, Canuela pulled her lengthy golden hair again sharply from her face, obscured her amazing grey-green eyes with large glasses and wearing unflattering black. Her first-class skills quickly an business enterprise: Ramon de Lopez, the good-looking Argentine aristocrat, one of many wealthiest males in South the USA. Canuela trembled with rage on the mere point out of his identify for Ramon used to be an "old pal" of her father's, one of many many that abandoned him within the difficulty. Canuela may pay off him for his disloyalty. it is going to now not be tough to wreck him. If in basic terms he weren't so wildly attractive...
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I shall bring a closed carriage so as not to raffle your hair, and wear your prettiest gown. " "It is not very . . elaborate," Vanessa said in a low voice. "Because you are a woman you would not understand if I told you you do not need elaborate gowns. " the Marquis said softly. She looked at him in surprise, then thought that he was being prophetic. She only hoped he would be right. Already she was feeling apprehensive as to how she would appear at Ruckford House in the one evening-gown she owned but had seldom worn.
Meet the Prince! You know I cannot ... do so! Not like... " She had almost forgotten as she spoke that in fact she was wearing evening-dress. "You look very lovely," the Marquis said. There was a sincerity in his voice which made the colour once again sweep away the nervous pallor of her cheeks. Because he was waiting she put her fingers lightly on his arm and he led her from the Waiting-Room, across the Hall, and up the double staircase. On any other occasion Vanessa would have wanted to look at the pictures; to admire the elaborate cornices and even the beauty of the banisters.
Vanessa still looked up at him with pleading in her eyes. She wanted to rim away; she had no wish to be embroiled with the Prince or any of the other people she knew were waiting upstairs, perhaps by now impatient because their dinner was delayed. The Marquis smiled at her and offered her his arm. " She knew he was teasing her and she answered: "I cannot. . meet the Prince! You know I cannot ... do so! Not like... " She had almost forgotten as she spoke that in fact she was wearing evening-dress.
A Frame Of Dreams (Barbara Cartland #34) by Barbara Cartland