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By Julia London

Kate Bergeron is the gorgeous and mysterious former mistress of a material merchant...and the newest attractiveness to seize the curiosity of the Prince of Wales. Mired in a disastrous divorce, the Prince makes an attempt to distract cognizance from his subsequent amorous pursuit via ordering Grayson Christopher, the eligible Duke of Darlington, to faux to London society that he is having an affair with Kate. while Grayson reluctantly has the same opinion to his Prince's call for, he unearths the girl not more prepared than he's. Kate will grudgingly act the half in public, yet her favors usually are not on the market to any guy. As Grayson and Kate mimic ardor for the area to work out, they locate what all started as a deception changing into all too genuine. And whilst ardour flames into love, their crisis turns into severe. For whereas marriage among a duke and a courtesan might by no means ensue, Kate is familiar with in her center that she is keen to simply accept not anything less....

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The man’s spectacles defied gravity and remained perched on the very end of his nose, but Mr. Palmer never seemed to notice, so intent was he on his duties. He asked questions only when absolutely necessary, and rarely made suggestions. This morning, however, Mr. Palmer had asked Grayson three questions thus far: Did His Grace intend to decline the invitation to the Sumner supper party, as he had previously instructed the opposite? Did His Grace wish to invite his younger sister to luncheon on Sunday, as he had included all his siblings currently in town, save Mary?

You must think of heirs! ” Mary giggled. “Grayson won’t find a single one of them suitable. He never does. ” Prudence asked. “Of course I do. Eventually. I have a duty to marry,” he added absently. ” Perhaps. But he could not imagine sitting every day for the rest of his life across the table from a woman he did not love. “I pray he never finds a suitable match, for then you will set your matchmaking sights on me,” Merrick said. “Ouch,” he said when Frederick, in a fit of laughter, crashed into his leg.

Sell it. ” “It would indeed,” Digby said, perusing the necklace with a critical eye. But Kate shook her head. “The price is too high to me. Send it back, Aldous. ” Aldous sighed. Digby looked pained. Kate stubbornly swept up her apron and put it on. ” she said. Chapter Eight Grayson’s mother and father, the third Duke of Darlington, had produced four boys and three girls in their many years of matrimony. All but Randolf, who had succumbed to a fever at the age of twelve, survived into adulthood.

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