Phillip Crawford, the eighth Earl of Rawlings and notorious rake of the ton, has come to the end of his rope. Out of money, out of favor, and out of luck, he wanders the streets of London in the rain, hoping to be hit by inspiration...or a runaway carriage. Something has to give. It is his... read more
““I can’t seem to keep myself from pushing you away,” he admitted, looking to the left of her. “However, my mind, my heart, and my body are not in complete agreement.”She tugged a piece of his dark silky hair. “And what, pray tell, is your body saying?”“To consume you.”“And your mind?”“To ravish you beyond repair.” He licked her earlobe.“And your heart?” she whispered.He paused. “To love you, with every breath I take.””
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