A Stolen Rose (The Archer Family, Book 4) by Amy Corwin

By Amy Corwin

"A forty-year-old secret may possibly convey lonely humans jointly or tear them aside, ceaselessly.

When the Earl of Wraysbury rescues a tender lady from a carriage coincidence, he can't face up to her giggling eyes and wry humorousness, although their households were locked in a feud for generations.

Anemone should be achingly lonely yet she's dependable to her relatives. whilst she wakes up after an twist of fate within the powerful palms of a good-looking stranger, she's instantly interested in him, and appalled  when  she discovers he's her family's sworn enemy, the Earl of Wraysbury.

Neither Anemone nor the earl is ready for the flaring charm they suppose, or for the escalation of the warfare among their households whilst a 40-year-old secret triggers accusations of homicide. Loyalty and the specter of a perilous duel are destined to rip the lonely fanatics aside except they're keen to defy their households and take an opportunity on love.

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Annabel gasped, although she didn‘t really feel the indignation she ought. It was far too intoxicating to be near him, to feel included in his wit. ―Or a woman and a woman. ‖ She turned away, instinctively wanting to hide her blush, then feeling silly because it was so dark, and he probably couldn‘t see it, anyway. Or maybe he could. He seemed like the kind of man who could tell when a female was blushing based on the scent of the wind, or the alignment of the stars. He was a man who knew women.

But something inside of him—maybe his conscience, maybe his soul—was burning. He didn‘t know her name, didn‘t know anything about her except that she dreamed of Rome and smelled like violets. And that she tasted like vanilla cream. This, he now knew. This, he thought as his tongue brushed against the soft inside of her upper lip, he would never forget. How many women had he kissed? Far too many to count. He‘d been kissing the girls long before he‘d known there was anything else to be done with them, and he‘d never really stopped.

Redder. It catches the mist in the air, almost as if it creeps up from underneath. Everything is new,‖ he said softly. ‖ Annabel‘s breath caught. He sounded so wistful. It made her want to remain right where she was, on the blanket beside him, until the sun started to rise on the eastern horizon. He made her want to see the heath in morning light. He made her want to see him in the morning light. ―I should like to take a bath in it,‖ he murmured. ‖ It should have been shocking, but Annabel sensed that he wasn‘t talking to her.

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