The Marquess of Fenris has loved Lady Eugenia from the day he first set eyes on her. Five years ago, pride caused him to earn her enmity. Now she's widowed, and he's determined to make amends and win her heart. But with their near explosive attraction, can he resist his desire long enough to... read more
“'I believe Lord Fenris is suggesting that in a contest of mental acuity between you and a large crustacean, the crustacean would win.'Dinwitty gaped. "Of a . . . Lobster?""Yes," Fenris said. "A lobster. As Mrs. Bryant so helpfully explicated, a large crustacean."”Lady Eugenia to Dinwitty Lane
“"Not entirely true. She possesses a bosom." His smile flashed again, and this time there was an echo of that in his eyes. "An admirable one. You are correct that I noticed this." His fingers flexed around his riding whip. "But I also observed that she is wickedly amusing. Two words, by the way, I use with great deliberation. A lovely bosom isn't so uncommon, however delightful it is for a gentleman to encounter. But her sort of cleverness? That's decidedly rarer. That's the danger to which I referred."”Lord Fenrus to Lady Eugenia
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