By Julia London
USA at the present time bestselling writer Julia London starts her acclaimed Lockhart sequence during this lovely novel of a love that is familiar with no bounds.
On depart from his Highland regiment, Captain Liam Lockhart involves London on an pressing project: to repossess the stolen relatives heirloom which can shop his ancestral property. He by no means dreamed it'll contain surrendering his middle, however the appealing and scandalous socialite Ellen Farnsworth units his Highland blood aflame with a will as powerful and reckless as his personal. notwithstanding certain to Liam by way of a soul-searing ardour, accountability impels Ellen to dedicate a bad betrayal.
Now, pushed through ardour, satisfaction, and vengeance, this fearsome Highlander will reclaim not just his family's old treasure, however the one bold girl he used to be intended to like for all time.
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Oh, no,” Natalie quickly corrected him. “She‟s in her bed now. ” Natalie suddenly pivoted away from him and the plaid and walked to the window. ” Ah, but Liam had not achieved the rank of captain in the Highland Regiments without having learned a thing or two about deception. “Out with it, then, lass. ” She shook her head. ” he pressed, distantly aware that the approaching footsteps he heard through the open door would be Follifoot. Liam walked to stand beside Natalie at the window. ” “Oh, no, she‟s quite ill,” Natalie insisted.
On his first afternoon of scouting for Nigel, Liam grew too hungry and cold to look for him any longer, and gave up for the day, returning to his bleak little rooms. He was walking up the steps to the Farnsworth house when he happened to notice a round figure scurrying toward him on spindly little legs. He had not seen Lord Farnsworth since taking the rooms a fortnight ago, and was struck by the notion that he looked like a grotesque caricature of a dandy in his tall beaver hat as he toddled down the street.
With a pistol in one pocket, hissgian dubh in his stocking, and a pillow covering attached to his belt, Liam set out, striding purposefully across town, past rows and rows of ornate town homes and into the lush green paths of Hyde Park. He walked past trees and benches and play areas where children frolicked. He joined the English on the main promenade, hardly noticing their curious looks in his direction as he strode, arms swinging, eyes straight ahead, his stomach roaring with hunger. He kept walking until he came upon a little pond he had discovered several days earlier, and a smile broke his stoic face.