By Anne Herries
Lord Pendleton’s Society spouse In her first season in London, nation woman Susannah Hampton is careworn via the attentions of the speeding Lord Pendleton. prosperous, yet undeniably boastful, he's by no means the type of husband she had in brain. even though she can’t aid yet locate him appealing. quickly Susannah will get what she hopes for – a wedding notion! She can be an blameless nation leave out, 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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I should not dream of trying to dictate to you, my dear, for there is nothing so annoying as being told not to do some thing—but if I were you, I should be careful of Northaven, at least until you know more of him. But please do not think that I mean to interfere, for I most certainly do not. ’ Susannah caught a look in her eyes that told her she was thinking of the way her own life had been when she was forced to live in her brother’s house. Once again she felt indignant that anyone should have made Amelia suffer so.
I made the offer, Michael. Nothing was asked of me, I assure you. I will not allow you to say such terrible things. Margaret and Susannah are not hangers-on. ’ ‘You are a fool, Amelia,’ a man’s voice answered sharply. ‘Upon my word, I do not under stand you! ’ ‘I have told you that I shall never live under the same roof as Louisa again, Michael. Your wife does not like me. ’ ‘You were pleased enough to take advantage of my generosity before you inherited a fortune,’ the man snapped back irritably.
We have been invited everywhere, to so many different affairs. ’ Northaven lifted an eyebrow, his expression mocking. ‘Oh…’ Susannah laughed because she believed he was teasing her. ‘I fear that I must be un fashionable then, sir. I have not yet acquired town bronze and you must forgive my country manners—but I refuse to be bored when people have gone to so much trouble on my behalf. ’ ‘Then you will set a new fashion,’ he told her. ’ Susannah looked at him un certainly as their dance ended. She was not quite sure what to think of him, because he was very different from most of the young gentlemen she had danced with that evening.