A Susceptible Gentleman (Harlequin Regency Romance Series 2, by Carola Dunn

By Carola Dunn

Sarah Meade, the vicar's sister, thinks her formative years buddy Adam, Viscount Cheverell, is the red of ideal chivalry. Adam can regularly be relied upon to rescue damsels in misery, whether or not they are his sisters with husband hassle or the village's single mothers.

But Adam has one other existence in London, the place he at the moment unearths himself with 3 mistresses on his arms. And while Adam returns to the rustic, all 3 stick with him, and descend upon the quiet vicarage.

Carola Dunn used to be born in London and grew up within the little Buckinghamshire village of Jordans. She graduated with a BA from Manchester collage and proceeded to travel the realm. Her first booklet was once released in 1979. She at present lives in Eugene, Oregon, with Willow, her Black lab/German Shepherd puppy.

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There was a rustle of fabric near the window and he turned, fully expecting to see a transparent white shape, but there was nothing. However, there was no wind in the room to make the curtain move. Sighing, Jace swung his bare feet off the bed. He was fully dressed, but his shoes and socks had been removed. Wonder who took them off? he thought. He went in search of the nearest bathroom. One thing he’d learned about English houses was that no matter how much they cost, a bathroom that wasn’t “down the hall” was a rare thing.

The truth was, the man was a snob and I think he really wanted to know our family tree back seven generations. I was swamped with work and frantically trying to get back in time for the wedding. Stacy had to say it twice before I heard her, then I thought she was kidding. ” Jace took a breath, then let it out. “It was an argument that got out of hand. Everything I said seemed to make her angrier. When I said she might change her mind, she said I was accusing her of being a person who couldn’t make a decision.

It was as unlike the other kitchen he’d seen as it could be. For one thing, there wasn’t one built-in cabinet. The walls were lined with a mixture of tall wardrobes and a Welsh dresser that displayed an amazing array of old dishes, none of which seemed to match. There was an old sink along one wall, one of the constantly on, beloved-by-the-English, multidoored Aga ranges on another wall, and a huge oak table in the middle of the room. The legs on the table were about a foot in diameter and turned into huge rounds.

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