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“A great many belles at the ball will be smiling even if you are not. I simply wish that he did not look so much like a scoundrel.” “Scoundrel?” Elisabeth peered at her maid through the darkness. “That is not how I would describe him.” “No?” Isabeau’s voice pitched. She was all but wringing her hands. “He is—how do you say it? A rascal? A rogue? Swarthy as a buccaneer with his dark looks. Some say he has more gypsy blood than Welsh.”
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“She is owned by no one,” Leo said with care. “Good. Then I’ll—” “She is under my protection, however.” Latimer arched a brow, amused. “What am I to infer from that?” Leo was deadly serious. “That you are to go nowhere near her. That she’ll never have to endure the sound of your voice or the insult of your presence ever again.” “I’m afraid I can’t oblige you.” “I’m afraid you’ll have to.” A coarse laugh erupted. “Surely you’re not threatening me.” Leo smiled coldly. “Much as I always tried to ignore your inebriated ravings, Latimer, a few things did stick in my memory. Some of your confessions of misconduct would make more than a few people unhappy. I know enough of your secrets to land you in Marshalsea prison without so much as a chum ticket. And if that’s not enough, I would be more than willing to resort to bashing your skull in with a blunt object. In fact, I’m becoming quite enthused about the idea.” Seeing the astonishment in the other man’s eyes, Leo smiled without humor. “I se ...more Lisa Kleypas
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“A great many belles at the ball will be smiling even if you are not. I simply wish that he did not look so much like a scoundrel.” “Scoundrel?” Elisabeth peered at her maid through the darkness. “That is not how I would describe him.” “No?” Isabeau’s voice pitched. She was all but wringing her hands. “He is—how do you say it? A rascal? A rogue? Swarthy as a buccaneer with his dark looks. Some say he has more gypsy blood than Welsh.”
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“This is the worst thing you’ve ever done to me,” he told Amelia. “Oh, not at all, I’m sure I’ve done worse things to you.” Leo considered that, running through a long list of remembered offenses in his mind. “Never mind, you’re right. But to be clear … I’m only tolerating this to humor you.” “Yes, I know. I do hope you’ll humor me further, and find someone to marry so you can produce an heir before Vanessa Darvin and her mother take possession of our home.” He gave his sister a narrow-eyed glance. “One could almost infer that the house means more to you than my future happiness.” “Not at all. Your future happiness means at least as much to me as the house.” “Thank you,” he said dryly.”
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“Noticing that Cam and Merripen were speaking to each other in Romany, she asked her husband, “What are you talking about?” “There are peacock feathers on her gown,” Cam remarked, in the same tone he might have said, There are poisonous flesh-eating spiders on her gown. “It’s a very dashing effect.” Amelia looked at him quizzically. “You don’t like peacock feathers?” “To the Rom,” Merripen said soberly, “a single peacock feather is an evil omen.” “And she was wearing dozens of them,” Cam added. They watched Leo walk away with Vanessa Darvin as if he were heading toward a pit filled with vipers.”
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“You disgusting lecher,” she said. “I suppose the only way you can have a woman is to purchase one. Except that I’m not for sale.” “You were once, weren’t you?” Latimer asked idly. “You were a costly piece, and I was assured that you were worth it. Obviously you’re no virgin, being in service to Ramsay, but I’d still like a sample of what I paid for.” “I owe you nothing! Leave me alone.” Latimer stunned her by smiling, his face softening. “Come now, you do me a disservice. I’m not such a bad fellow. I can be generous. What does Ramsay pay you? I’ll triple it. It would be no hardship, sharing my bed. I know a thing or two about pleasing a woman.” “I’m sure you know a great deal about pleasing yourself,” she said, twisting in his grasp. “Let go.” “Don’t struggle, you’ll make me hurt you.”
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“She is owned by no one,” Leo said with care. “Good. Then I’ll—” “She is under my protection, however.” Latimer arched a brow, amused. “What am I to infer from that?” Leo was deadly serious. “That you are to go nowhere near her. That she’ll never have to endure the sound of your voice or the insult of your presence ever again.” “I’m afraid I can’t oblige you.” “I’m afraid you’ll have to.” A coarse laugh erupted. “Surely you’re not threatening me.” Leo smiled coldly. “Much as I always tried to ignore your inebriated ravings, Latimer, a few things did stick in my memory. Some of your confessions of misconduct would make more than a few people unhappy. I know enough of your secrets to land you in Marshalsea prison without so much as a chum ticket. And if that’s not enough, I would be more than willing to resort to bashing your skull in with a blunt object. In fact, I’m becoming quite enthused about the idea.” Seeing the astonishment in the other man’s eyes, Leo smiled without humor. “I see you grasp my sincerity. That’s good. It might save us both some inconvenience.” He paused to give his next statement greater impact. “And now I’m going to instruct my servants to escort you off my estate. You’re not welcome.” The older man’s face went livid. “You’ll regret having made an enemy of me, Ramsay.” “Not nearly as much as I’ve regretted having once made a friend of you.”
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