Lady Louisa longs to marry for passion and love -- but will she find happiness in the arms of the duke?
Lady Louisa Wentworth knows she will never marry well--her family's impoverished estate has ensured as much. Resigned to spinsterhood, the proud beauty has agreed to chaperone a young... read more
“Trust me, dear sister, when I tell you that no man desires marriage.”Alexander "Alex" Wentworth, the sixth Earl of Ravensly
escape into a world much more pleasant than the one in which they lived.Highlighted by 5 Kindle customers
It sets no boundaries, sets out no requirements. It is like calling to like, and it recognizes love without consulting me. My heart beats harder and faster when it encounters love, and it quite simply leaves me breathless. I have known love and lost love. And I will not be content with any man incapable of giving me the full measure of his heart.”Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
And when you’re finished, ask my mother for her hand in marriage and keep asking until she gives it.Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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