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He wrote you a poem?" Evelyn looped her hand around Georgianas arm and led the way to the chairs lining one side of the room.
"He did." Grateful to see Luxley select one of the debutantes as his next victim, Georgiana accepted a glass of Madeira from one of the footman. After three hours of quadrilles, waltzes, and country dances, her feet ached. "And you know what rhymes with Georgiana, dont you?"
Evelyn wrinkled her brow, her gray eyes twinkling. "No, what?"
"Nothing. He just put iana after every ending word. In iambic trimeter, yet. Oh, Georgiana, your beauty is my sunlightiana, your hair is finer than goldiana, your— "
Lucinda made a choking sound.
— Suzanne Enoch —

I am a duke, you know. If I can't perform a miracle here and there I might as well be a butler in expesive clothes." He brushed at the sleeve of his well-tailored brown coat. "And butlers don't get to dance with attractive women.

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Someone was absolutely going to get punched in the head today.

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So you intend to spend the remainder of your life whoring, drinking, wagering, and being as outrageous as you can manage?"
Bram shook himself. He made it a point to be serious as little as possible, and neither did he want to argue with two newly married men about the meruts of being leg-shackled."Please Phin," he said aloud. "I would never think so small. You know my ultimate goal is to lower the standards of morality enough that everything I do becomes acceptable.

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Valentine lifted Rose to look her in the eye. You are staying away from men, my
sugar cake. Men are evil, wicked, and devious. I know this, because I am one.

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He wrote you a poem?" Evelyn looped her hand around Georgiana's arm and led the way to the chairs lining one side of the room.
"He did." Grateful to see Luxley select one of the debutantes as his next victim, Georgiana accepted a glass of Madeira from one of the footman. After three hours of quadrilles, waltzes, and country dances, her feet ached. "And you know what rhymes with Georgiana, don't you?"
Evelyn wrinkled her brow, her gray eyes twinkling. "No, what?"
"Nothing. He just put 'iana' after every ending word. In iambic trimeter, yet. 'Oh, Georgiana, your beauty is my sunlightiana, your hair is finer than goldiana, your-' "
Lucinda made a choking sound.

— Suzanne Enoch

To his surprise and suspicion, she smiled.

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The animal is making quite a mess," the butler droned.
"Are you referring to the monkey, or to my nephew?" Fennington drawled, strolling into the room.
"Hm. How long did you lurk outside the room waiting forthat opportunity?" Bennett asked

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I don't know why I'm still here. All right? And I'd just like to figure it out before I go.

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I haven't heard a woman say my name in a long time, Theresa. Say my
name."
She pulled in a hard breath, pretending to be annoyed rather than unsettled and excited by the intimacy.
"Very well. Tolly. Better?"
"Infinitely." Slowly he ran his fingertips along her cheek, making her shiver. "So many handsome
gentlemen courting you, Tess," he whispered, "and yet here you are.

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Felicity glanced at him, then looked out toward the lane again. 'Why did you hit Mr. Fields?'
That was a question he preferred not to answer until he'd thought his motivations over more thoroughly - yet he was familiar enough with Lis to know she'd insist on an answer. 'He ... insinuated some things I didn't appreciate.'
'Some things that were true, perhaps?' ...
'Yes.'
'Then why-'
'If he knew me, or cared in the least, he wouldn't have said them. Quin didn't.

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What's so ludicrous about Rafael wanting to travel?'
'He has a life here. He's a Bancroft, for God's sake.'
'I believe he thinks he's already explored that aspect of his life to death, Quinlan.

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What?" she asked, eyeing him in the mirror. He shook himself. "What what?" "You're smiling. That scares me.

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I am James Burlough, the Earl of Deerhurst.' The earl's pleasant smile capsized into not-quite-polite puzzlement. 'And who might you be, sir?

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What did I do now?'
It was getting to the point where she didn't know any longer, but she was certain it couldn't be proper. 'Don't waste sugar,' she improvised.
'I'm not wasting it; I'm drinking it,' May countered.

— Suzanne Enoch

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