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The Devil's Waltz by Anne Stuart
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Anne Stuart
“....He barely hesitated. "Then shall I ruin you, dragon?" "Yes please," she said. And she let the brown dress drop on the floor between them, closing her eyes once more.”
Anne Stuart, The Devil's Waltz

Anne Stuart
“You'll marry me, my dragon, and you'll bear my children, and you'll drive me mad and live in that ramshackle old house with me and I'll even put up with the occasional visit from your sister if
I must. But you'll marry me. Not because you have to. But because I won't let you go."
"Why?" she demanded.
And he answered the only way he could, in French. "Je't'aime," he said. "I love you."
"Je't'aime aussi," she said. "And I will make your life a living hell," she added in the same language.
He smiled down at her. "I'm counting on it.”
Anne Stuart, The Devil's Waltz

Anne Stuart
“He was sound asleep, his long legs stretched out in front of him, the blessed fire blazing, an empty bottle of wine by his side. He hadn't been shaved recently, and he looked rumpled, dissolute and beautiful. Like
a fallen angel. She moved to stand in front of him and pointed the pistol directly at his heart.

"I wouldn't do that if I were you," he murmured, and then he opened his extraordinary eyes. "It's always
unwise to shoot the man you're in love with.”
Anne Stuart, The Devil's Waltz

Anne Stuart
“I hate to tell you, dragon, but that's an integral part of the whole usiness," he whispered. "If you're afraid to touch me then we're not going to get very far."
She lifted her head to look at him. "I thought I could lie back and let you ravish me," she said with complete honesty.
He shook his head, the smile hovering around his lips, his eyes intent. "This is a cooperative effort, my love. You have to do your part.”
Anne Stuart, The Devil's Waltz

Anne Stuart
“It's a good thing you're an aging orphan," he murmured, gently pushing the hair away from her face. "I don't have to wait around to get anyone's permission."
"Permission for what, you rat bastard?" she said.
"Such language, dragon. I'm afraid you're going to have to marry me.”
Anne Stuart, The Devil's Waltz

Anne Stuart
“After all, if spinster chaperons required their own spinster chaperons there simply wouldn't be enough to go around.”
Anne Stuart, The Devil's Waltz
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Anne Stuart
“I lied. I do that, you know, when it suits me. I would have thought you'd realized that by now.”
Anne Stuart, The Devil's Waltz


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