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By Carole Mortimer

Having run clear of domestic to prevent an undesirable betrothal, woman Elizabeth Copeland needs to retain her hide as an aged lady's spouse in any respect times.Even whilst she's known as upon to nurse the lady's nephew--who quite infuriatingly occurs to be the main incredible-looking guy she's ever seen....Elizabeth yearns to damage out of Betsy's drab attire to bare that she's of an analogous blue blood because the rakish Nathaniel. yet she must never! except Nathaniel will get lower than her shield, and elicits a confession....

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She gave Sir Rufus a bright and meaningless smile. ’ That was a Caro ploy, Elizabeth realised with an inner wince of guilt; there was nothing that a man enjoyed more, her twenty-year-old sister had assured her conspiratorially on one occasion, than the opportunity to talk about himself and how very important he was. His chest puffed out predictably as he straightened. ‘Yes, of course, you are right. ’ He nodded his approval. Caroline had forgotten to mention that such flattery only made that man so much more appreciative of a woman’s charms!

Elizabeth raised dark brows. ’ He gave an appreciative grin. ’ She drew in a sharp breath. ’ Nathaniel sobered, his lids narrowing as he continued to look down at the young lady standing so coolly composed beside him. To all intents and purposes she should not have been noticeable at all in this room full of richly dressed and jewel-adorned women, and yet somehow it was the very simplicity of her appearance that had drawn more than one pair of admiring male eyes—including his own. She wore only a thin ribbon the same blue as her gown threaded through the darkness of her curls, and that gown was simplicity itself: high-waisted, with a scooped neckline that revealed the soft swell of her breasts, an inch or two of the soft ivory of her arms visible between the tiny puff sleeves and the above-elbow length of her white lace gloves.

As for the terseness of the man’s signature on the card…! She had written Sir Rufus a short and polite note thanking him for the flowers, of course, along with the news that she would be present at Mrs Wilson’s dinner party, after all, in case he thought she had deliberately lied to him, all the time aware she did not know if she even liked him, or understood this apparently uncharacteristic interest in her. Her uncertainty was not helped by the fact that she, and apparently every other woman in the room, had been rendered breathless by Nathaniel Thorne’s godlike appearance this evening.

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