By Connie Brockway
"A girl pressured. . .
In the glittering global of Regency England, Anne Wilder performed a deadly game. A widowed girl by way of day, via evening she turned a masked thief preying on society's elite. She roved excessive above London's black rooftops, forced via phantoms from her earlier to take ever higher risks. Until her stressed spirit led her into Colonel Jack Seward's seize. . . the place seduction used to be her basically means out.
A guy obsessed. . .
She'd performed him for a idiot, benefiting from his hungry reaction to flee from his clutches. But as Jack looked for his thief, his middle fell captive to a self-possessed widow. Torn among illicit ardour and soft love, Jack is duty-bound to catch the audacious legal, whether it ability ripping society aside to do so. Now he stalked her during the *ton,* by no means knowing the beautiful widow who captured his middle was once a similar lady who roused his so much violent passions.
A love that rejected king and kingdom. . .
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Even Percy stared at her in wide-eyed astonishment. Only Montfort smiled. “Please,” he said, placing his hand over his heart. “I beg of you. ” In an uncharacteristic show of bravery, Percy lifted his shoulders and faced the dragon in her defense. ” Montfort’s narrowed gaze drilled Percy and a cold chill washed over her. Neither man moved a muscle. The expression on Montfort’s face darkened and she knew only raw determination kept Percy from shrinking away. She held her breath. They looked like David and Goliath facing each other.
She was far too intelligent to manipulate, far too independent to control, and her tongue was far too sharp for his taste. It was obvious her expectations were high, and the man who married her would never be able to get by with even the smallest indiscretion. And because she was in attendance again tonight, rumors that she was serious in her attempt to find a husband were undoubtedly true. The thought chilled his blood and sent a warning racing through him. Yet, for some reason he could not explain, she remained an enigma—an enigma with mysterious powers that drew him to her.
She chastised herself when she realized she couldn’t pull her gaze from him. A slow smile spread across his face and he graciously lowered his head in acknowledgment. Such a subtle greeting. So unnerving. So confident. As if he relished the effect he knew he had on all women. In a show of rebuke, she lifted her chin and turned her head. She wanted to wipe the smile from his face, and for a tiny fraction of a second, she was glad she’d slapped him. But she was also afraid. Never before had any man affected her as strongly as he had.
All Through the Night (Royal Agents, Book 2) by Connie Brockway