By Amy Corwin
"A forty-year-old secret could carry lonely humans jointly or tear them aside, eternally.
When the Earl of Wraysbury rescues a tender girl from a carriage coincidence, he can't withstand her guffawing eyes and wry humorousness, even if their households were locked in a feud for generations.
Anemone should be achingly lonely yet she's unswerving to her relatives. while she wakes up after an twist of fate within the robust palms of a good-looking stranger, she's instantly attracted to him, and appalled when she discovers he's her family's sworn enemy, the Earl of Wraysbury.
Neither Anemone nor the earl is ready for the flaring allure they suppose, or for the escalation of the warfare among their households while a 40-year-old secret triggers accusations of homicide. Loyalty and the specter of a deadly duel are destined to rip the lonely fans aside except they're keen to defy their households and take an opportunity on love.
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It was that spring that mother decided to take up brewing, an art which she understood well. Father was becoming more useless all the time, and she thought that this would be a way to repair our fortunes. And father let her do anything now. Not only did he lack the will to oppose her, but all he thought of was ale anyway. So of course he agreed it was a good idea to have a large supply of it in his own house. ” Her reputation spread quickly from the day that the abbot sent the ale taster to test the quality of her work.
Brother Gregory looked down at her with an austere and disapproving gaze. “Did the Ancients write much about women? I want to write about the things that I know, and I am a woman. ” Brother Gregory looked warningly at Margaret. “But the Ancients were not Christian and were therefore less enlightened than we are. And in our enlightened times women are much improved, and write most feelingly of profound matters. Bridgit of Sweden, for example—” “That lady is, first of all, a blessed and holy abbess and, secondly, writes of profound matters dealing with the soul, not with worldly frivolities.
Asked Brother Gregory. “At the beginning, when I was little,” answered Margaret. ” Brother Gregory’s own voice was bemused. “Oh, no, when I was little I was just like everyone else. The only voices I heard were mother’s and father’s. They didn’t like the way I was turning out. But that is the way it is with parents. Some children just work out better than others. ” “Very well, it is always best to start at the beginning,” said Brother Gregory, with a certain irony, sharpening a quill with his knife.
A Stolen Rose (The Archer Family, Book 4) by Amy Corwin