By Anne Herries
Lord Pendleton’s Society spouse In her first season in London, state woman Susannah Hampton is harassed by means of the attentions of the rushing Lord Pendleton. filthy rich, yet undeniably conceited, he's not at all the type of husband she had in brain. even supposing she can’t aid yet locate him appealing. quickly Susannah will get what she hopes for – a wedding suggestion! She can be an blameless nation pass over, yet now Susannah is decided to inflame her husband’s ardour – and soften the ice round his middle… Debutantes benefit from the delights of A Season on the town
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If he were to marry, it would be to a lady of spirit, someone who could retain his interest. He was not sure that romantic love existed, but it was certainly possible to admire and care for another. His mother had undoubtedly loved his father, and would never consider marrying again, though she might if she had wished. Harry felt that if he were to marry he would like to be loved in that way, though he knew that most of his friends had married for reasons other than love. Had he been satisfied with a marriage of convenience he might had wed a long time ago, but he was looking for some thing more.
I’m hungry now,’ Susannah said and snatched a warm and chewy oat biscuit, fleeing from the kitchen with Maisie’s scolding ringing in her ears. She sighed as she went upstairs to change out of the old gown she had worn for her walk. She had managed to get grass stains on the hem again, and there was a small rent where she had caught it on some briars, so it was a good thing she had chosen this gown. It was important to conserve her best things for special occasions these days. They had just enough money to live on and pay Maisie her meagre wage, but Susannah had no idea what they would do when they needed new clothes.
She turned towards Susannah, beckoning her. ‘Come forward, my love. ’ Susannah made an elegant curtsy, smiling a little shyly. ‘Yes, I do remember Miss Royston. It is exceedingly kind of you to invite us to stay with you in town, ma’am. I do not know how to thank you—for everything. If you are certain you wish to do so much…’ She had to ask, since she had heard what Sir Michael thought of her and Mama, but there was no hesitation in Miss Royston’s response. ‘You may thank me by being happy,’ Amelia told her with a look of such warmth that Susannah’s last reservation fled.
A Country Miss in Hanover Square by Anne Herries