Beckman: Lord of Sins (Lonely Lords, Book 4) by Grace Burrowes

By Grace Burrowes

Beckman Haddonfield is able to reside again...

After years of wandering, Beckman emerges from the shadow of the previous sorrows via agreeing to revive a relatives estate...and embarking on a dalliance with the quiet, beautiful housekeeper who is living there. however the girl isn't who she seems...

Sara Hunt enjoys the eye bestowed upon her via the estate's good-looking customer, notwithstanding she is familiar with Beckman's growing to be affection will die should still he study her startling mystery. She's ready to enable him cross, yet this time, Beck's decided to face and struggle for the only he loves...

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Pamela nodded at the butler. " "That might be rather awkward, miss," Graham said in a decidedly reluctant manner. Her gaze snapped to his. " She did not like the look on the butler's face one bit. " "It cannot actually be returned," he said slowly. "That is not entirely. " He shrugged apologetically. " Pamela gritted her teeth. " "That, too, might be awkward, Pamela. Have you forgotten that we have yet to receive the financial portion of our inheritance? Mr. " Aunt Millicent glanced at the count.

Aunt Millicent had. well, softened was the only word for it. Pamela wondered if permanent wasn't the only difficulty her usually self-assured aunt had with returning to London. A butler had shown them in, then left them standing in a manner that would be considered quite rude—and indeed unforgivable—were it not for the stunned look on his face at their announcement that they were the new owners of the house. Although the servant was well aware of the demise of his late mistress, even if she had rarely resided in this particular house, he was not merely taken aback, he looked as if he had just been hit.

Nonetheless, royal blood flows in my veins. The blood of generations of kings of Avalonia and the nobility of Europe. The same blood that shall flow in the veins of my children. " He narrowed his eyes. " Miss Effington's eyes widened, and her mouth dropped open. "Your Highness. " Roman groaned. Alexei ignored him and stepped closer to Miss Effington in what he fully intended to be a most threatening manner. He stared down at her and noted in the back of his mind that she was really quite lovely when she was stunned into silence and wondered as well why he had not noticed before.

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