By Mary Balogh
In the fourth novel of New York Times bestselling writer Mary Balogh's Survivors' membership sequence, Flavian, Viscount Ponsonby, reveals salvation within the love of a so much unsuspecting woman...
Flavian used to be devastated by way of his fiancée’s desertion after his go back domestic from the Napoleonic Wars. Now the girl who broke his center is back—and everyone seems to be wanting to revive their engagement. other than Flavian, who, in a panic, runs instantly into the hands of a top but captivating younger woman.
Agnes protecting hasn't ever been in love—and by no means needs to be. yet then she meets the charismatic Flavian, and all at once Agnes falls so foolishly and so deeply that she is of the same opinion to his impetuous concept of marriage.
while Agnes discovers that the concept is just to avenge his former love, she’s made up our minds to escape. yet Flavian has no goal of letting his new bride cross, specially now that he too has fallen so passionately and so without warning in love.
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Purely gibberish got here out of my mouth while i attempted. i used to be d-desperate to prevent them. After she had g-gone, I destroyed the drawing room. i used to be d-desperate to speak to L-Len, yet he didn't c-come. ” “Your top friend,” Agnes acknowledged. “They m-married each one other,” he stated. “She advised you they have been unsatisfied? ” “She stated they lived nearly aside for the final years of his life,” Agnes instructed him. His mouth twisted with mockery, and he laughed with out humor. “I will be gloating,” he acknowledged softly. “But bad Len. ” “You knew she used to be again together with her mom and dad?
Simply captivating. What the satan had he intended? She was once no longer captivating. Trim and neat, vaguely lovely, convinced. not anything extra startling than that, notwithstanding. high-quality eyes and a funny, perhaps even kissable, mouth weren't enough in themselves to dazzle both the eyes or the mind—or to arouse one’s spring fancy. besides, it have been October on the time. appeal, certainly. It was once now not a be aware that was once quite lively in his vocabulary. He was hoping she had no longer heard. Or, if she had, he was hoping she had no longer remembered.
Yet he had stated, simply because i would like to be secure with you. but she used to be fearful of no longer being secure with him. “Lord Ponsonby—” she acknowledged. “Flavian,” he interrupted her. “It is without doubt one of the m-most ridiculous names any mom and dad might be able to inflict upon a son, however it is what my mom and dad d-did to me, and i'm caught with it. i'm Flavian. ” She swallowed. “Flavian,” she acknowledged. “It doesn't sound so b-bad spoken on your voice,” he stated. “Say it back. ” “Flavian. ” And, strangely, she laughed. “It matches you. ” He grimaced.
That they had scarcely stepped contained in the drawing room once they grew to become conscious of the clopping of horses’ hooves at the driveway lower than and the jingling of carriage lines. And it used to be now not his personal trainer, Flavian observed whilst he regarded in the course of the lengthy home windows. It was once no longer George’s both, or Ralph’s. Hugo’s, possibly? Or Ben’s? Ben—Sir Benedict Harper—had lately taken up place of dwelling in Wales, of the entire godforsaken locations he may need selected, and used to be dealing with a few coal mines and ironworks there for the grandfather of his new spouse.
She smiled. “If in simple terms lifestyles have been that easy. ” “But for daffodils it is,” he stated. “We usually are not daffodils. ” “For which f-fact I can be forever thankful,” he stated. “They by no means see August or D-December or perhaps June. you need to s-smile extra usually. ” She stopped smiling. “Why did you come back out the following alone,” she requested him, “when you're with a gaggle of buddies? ” He had the strangest eyes. At a cursory look, they continually seemed a piece sleepy. yet they weren't. And now they gazed at her and into her with obvious mockery—and but there has been anything severe at the back of the mockery.