By Gaelen Foley
Unique booklet: 2004
Celebrated storyteller Gaelen Foley brings her craft to new heights with Devil Takes a Bride[i], the seductive story of a guy bent on revenge and the wonder who teaches him to like back. . . .
In the quiet English nation-state, faraway from the intrigues of London, Lizzie Carlisle slowly mends her damaged middle, devoting herself to her new place as lady’s significant other to the Dowager Viscountess Strathmore— till her peaceable lifestyles is became the other way up through a trip from “Devil” Strathmore, the previous woman’s untamed nephew—a dangerously good-looking guy whose depraved recognition hides a tortured soul.
Devlin Kimball, Lord Strathmore, has spent years adventuring at the excessive seas, suffering to make his peace with the tragedy that claimed the lives of his kinfolk. yet now he has exposed the darkish fact at the back of the so-called twist of fate and swears retribution. He has no goal of taking a bride—until his eccentric aunt’s will forces he and Lizzie jointly, and Devlin reveals his route to vengeance blocked by means of the obdurate yet oh-so-tempting pass over Carlisle. Her passionate nature opponents his personal. yet upset as soon as by way of love, Lizzie will settle for not anything lower than his actual devotion. . . .
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And it wasn‟t as if all the men in Whitechapel were like him. One only had to remember young Ioan Davies. Another sip from the cup proved the tea to have grown cold, but Deborah didn‟t pour herself another. She set down the cup and leaned back in her chair. Ioan Davies. A most unusual fellow. She remembered his hazel eyes very well…the steady, proud way they‟d met hers even as he showed her the respect due a lady, their sharpness when he‟d confronted the troublemaker, Bray. He had been quick and light on his feet, courageous, gallant in spite of his worn workman‟s clothing.
He remarked. “She has a daughter to provide for,” Nuala said, watching Sinjin walk away with the most troubling of mixed emotions. ” Nuala swallowed. ” “You are obviously a sensible woman, Lady Charles. ” “Quite. ” “Indeed. His reputation must be known by every woman in Society,” Nuala said. ” Erskine clasped his hands behind his back. “He once told me that if he ever found a woman his equal, he would marry her immediately. ” “Yet I have no doubt that he will do his duty in the end,” Nuala said, her throat tightening around the words.
Basic courtesy discouraged her. If Nuala wished to speak of him, she would. They arrived at Maggie‟s house a little before time. Maggie‟s footman opened the door with a bow and escorted Deborah and Nuala upstairs to Maggie‟s chaotic studio. As Deborah had discovered on a previous visit, it was no simple matter to negotiate the paint-spattered floor. But her attention was soon caught by the covered canvas propped on an easel near the windows. Nuala herself seemed nervous, as if she‟d rather not see the painting at all.