The ​Many Sins of Lord Cameron (Mackenzies & McBrides 3.) 3 csillagozás

Jennifer Ashley: The Many Sins of Lord Cameron

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Highland ​Pleasures #3

Lord Cameron Mackenzie is intrigued when he finds the pretty widow, Ainsley Douglas, hiding in the window seat of his bedchamber. Cam remembers Ainsley Douglas all right—six years ago, he’d caught her in this very bedchamber, during a house party in the Mackenzies’ Scottish manor. Enchanted by her ingenuous excuses, he decided to seduce her, but stopped shy when she’d made a rather touching appeal about her “good husband who didn’t deserve to be heartbroken.”

Later, Cameron learned that her visit to his bedchamber was part of some female intrigue against him, the kind his late wife used to practice. Ainsley protested her innocence, but Cameron’s anger made him never want to see her again. Now she’s back, at another houseparty—and Cameron finds the gray-eyed minx in his bedchamber, again. Her excuses are just as ingenuous, but this time Cameron is determined to teach her a lesson.

They have unfinished business, Cameron tells her. He… (tovább)

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 2011

Berkley, USA, 2011
320 oldal · ISBN: 9780425240496

Enciklopédia 4

Szereplők népszerűség szerint

Cameron Mackenzie · Daniel Mackenzie · Ainsley Douglas · Mrs. Yardley

Népszerű idézetek


”(…) I’m not naïve, nor am I the sort of woman your father prefers.”

“No, but I’m thinking you’re the sort of woman he needs.”

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Ainsley Douglas · Daniel Mackenzie

“You’re a woman, Ainsley.”

“Yes, I know that. I have been for many years.”

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Ainsley Douglas · Cameron Mackenzie

“Horses take much attention, and the racing calendar fills the year.”

“So I hear. But happiness is a different thing. It’s worth a little effort.”

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Cameron Mackenzie · Mrs. Yardley

“Unbutton your damned frock.”

She nearly choked. “Why?”

“Because I want you to.” Cameron’s smile spread across his face, slow and sinful, and his voice went low. Dangerous. “Tell me, Mrs. Douglas. How many buttons will you undo for me?”

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Ainsley Douglas · Cameron Mackenzie

“I’m not angry with you, devil woman. I’m madly in love with you.”

Ainsley looked startled, then her smile blossomed. “Are you? That’s splendid, because I love you too, Cameron Mackenzie.”

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Ainsley Douglas · Cameron Mackenzie

“I wish you would play for money, Mrs. Douglas. The two of us, we could win a great deal together.”

“Certainly, Daniel. We’ll get a wagon and travel about, waving a banner that says ‘Champion Exhibition Billiards by a Lady and a Lad. Be Amazed! Test Their Skill and Try Your Luck.’ ”

“A gypsy wagon,” Daniel said. “We’ll have Angelo do acrobatics and Dad show off his trained horses. And you can shoot at targets. People will come from miles to see us.”


“My heart is where you are, Ainsley. So when you leave …” Cameron made an empty gesture.

“I’ll come back,” she said stubbornly.

“To this wreck of a man? Why should you?”

“Because I love you.”

Kapcsolódó szócikkek: Ainsley Douglas · Cameron Mackenzie

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