By Mary Balogh
BONUS: This version comprises an excerpt from Mary Balogh's The mystery Mistress.
“Matchless storyteller”(Romantic Times) Mary Balogh weaves a tantalizing internet of wit and seduction in her new novel—an impossible to resist story of 2 not likely enthusiasts and one unforgettable summer.
package Butler is cool, risky, certainly one of London’s mostinfamous bachelors—marriage is the very last thing on his brain. yet Kit’s relations has different plans. wanting to thwart his father’s matchmaking, equipment wishes a bride...fast. input leave out Lauren Edgeworth.
A yr after being deserted on the altar, Lauren has made up our minds that marriage isn't for her. whilst those fiercely self sufficient souls meet, sparks fly—and a deal is hatched. Lauren will masquerade as Kit’s meant if he concurs to supply a passionate, adventurous, unforgettable summer season. while summer season ends, she will holiday off the engagement, rendering herself unmarriageable and leaving them either loose. every little thing goes perfectly—until equipment does the unthinkable: He starts off to fall in love. A summer time to recollect isn't adequate for him. yet how can he persuade Lauren to be his...for larger, for worse, for the remainder of their lives?
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It was passable fare, thanks to Mattie's bread. "You don't have to eat those," she said, pointing to the eggs on his plate. "I've eaten worse," he replied in his usual honest manner and proceeded to eat them with bread. When the grounds had settled somewhat, Katie poured each of them a full mug of the delicious-smelling coffee. And it was delicious, from the top of the mug to the bottom. They each savored the taste while they enjoyed their quiet surroundings. "I've never heard so much silence," she said softly, straining her neck to see the top of the tall pines.
When Spence returned to the wagon he found the picnic lunch spread out on the seat of the wagon with her standing alongside, biting into a piece of chicken. He helped himself and was pleased to find that she was a great cook. She handed him a jar of water, which he accepted gratefully, and drank deeply. Wiping his hand across his mouth when he'd finished, he said, "When we get to St. Louis we'll have to get a pack mule to carry more supplies. " She nodded agreeably and sunk her teeth into a chunk of bread.
And furthermore," she went on, "I can't imagine why Tim ever thought he could coerce me into making this journey, which I have dreamed about for years, with someone I didn't even hire. " A smug smile suddenly lightened her features as she crossed her arms over her chest. " Spence leveled an honest, direct look at her. " She held her position. " He wasn't a man to belabor a point once he'd made it, so he gave her a nod of farewell as he put his hat on his head. " Then he turned, crossed the porch and descended the steps.
A Summer to Remember (Bedwyn Prequels, Book 2) by Mary Balogh