By Anne Stuart
Longing for the downfall of Nicholas Blackthorne, the infamous rake whom she holds liable for the lack of her advantage and her relations fortune, Ghislaine de Lorgny is without warning kidnapped by way of her such a lot hated enemy.
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He studied the latest methods of agriculture, he studied the properties of electricity and the workings of the human body. He immersed himself in Greek and Latin, in the study of warfare, in the philosophies of Plato and Sophocles. He even allowed himself to be temporarily seduced by the workings of the legal systems, before his goal in life revived itself. That goal being to humiliate his father. The father who'd humiliated him, ignored him, turned from him in disgust when his elder son and beloved wife had died.
He opened the door, and Ghislaine realized with horror that for some reason Nicholas Blackthorne had taken up residence in Ellen's parlor. She had no choice. She couldn't turn and run, not without receiving the attention she was so desperate to avoid. She would simply have to keep her head down, her tongue between her teeth, and hope he'd never remember. For a moment she thought the parlor was empty. The fire provided the only light, and even with the pale silk-covered walls, the room was plunged in shadows.
If I marry, my husband will own it. In the meantime I'm lucky I'm allowed to reside here with Binnie. " "Not willingly," Ghislaine pointed out. "No, not willingly," Ellen admitted. "If only it were someone other than Nicholas Blackthorne! Why the blackest of all the black sheep, the one person likely to compromise every healthy female between six and sixty who even happens to be within the same county as he is! " Her tone of voice changed to one of sudden concern. Ghislaine had sunk abruptly into a chair.
A Rose at Midnight by Anne Stuart