By Julie Anne Long
She may well appear like an angel . . .
The second orphaned American heiress Titania "Tansy" Danforth arrives on English seashores she cuts a swath via Sussex, enslaving hearts and stealing beaux. She understands she's destined for a fantastic titled marriage—but the one guy who fascinates her couldn't be extra notorious . . . or much less interested.
But it takes a satan to grasp one . . .
A hardened veteran of conflict and inveterate rogue, Ian Eversea retains girls enthralled, his center guarded and his strategies open: why should still he succumb to the shackles of marriage whilst devastating attractiveness and Eversea appeal make seduction so easy?
And Heaven hasn't ever been warmer!
When Ian is pressured to name her on her online game, he by no means desires the unmasked Tansy— weak, courageous, achingly sensual—will tempt him past patience. And struggle as he'll, this infamous bachelor who stood down enemies on a battlefield may eventually quit his center . . . and be dropped at his knees by means of love.
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Extra resources for Between the Devil and Ian Eversea (Pennyroyal Green, Book 9)
She shrugged and handed him his cup. He sat stiffly opposite her and took it. “She did not react with either maturity or sophistication, I’m forced to admit. A negligence in her upbringing, I don’t doubt. ” That Ashdon managed to keep his cup from clanking against his saucer he considered remarkable. High points for poise were surely his. “In point of fact,” Sophia continued, stirring her tea with silent swirls of her tiny spoon, “she has decided upon another course entirely. ” Ashdon looked for tears to glisten in her dark eyes.
Sophia only hoped Ashdon had the wit to see what it was she had tossed into his lap. At times, she doubted it. In that, he might, unfortunately, take after his father. Westlin had been rather a dolt in regard to her, a point that still rankled. She’d told Ashdon that she never thought of Westlin. A small, inconsequential lie. She thought of Westlin often, especially since Dalby’s death in 1795. That Westlin was still alive, well, that just gave her more time to get her due revenge upon him, didn’t it?
Oh, let the daughter be like the mother; that would make this task that much sweeter. ” she said. “As a man, you could explain to her the folly of her plan. ” “Yes,” he said. “Let me only help you. ” “You are too good,” she said, smiling. Did he imagine it? Was there some cold, sharkish rapacity to her smile? In the next instant, she melted, softened. He had imagined it. “Tell me, what is her plan? ” he asked. “Lord Ashdon,” she said, her smile disappearing slowly. “I must ask. Just this morning you were less than enthusiastic about an alliance with my daughter.
Between the Devil and Ian Eversea (Pennyroyal Green, Book 9) by Julie Anne Long