Her Grace s Passion

That, thought Matilda dizzily, was what was happening to her body. He freed her
lipsat last ... took her hand in his. “The only way we can ever think clearly is when
we can burn some of this frustrated passion away, and yet you must be my wife.

Her Grace s Passion

Author: M.C. Beaton

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1472101464

Page: 160

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Matilda, Duchess of Hadshire, was a virtual prisoner of a cruel husband who romanced his mistress right under the duchess's nose. Her only joy was dreaming of the handsome Earl of Torridon - for he, like her, was trapped in a horrid marriage and longed to find true love and happiness. Though she secretly wished for the death of her unkind husband, Matilda never imagined the guilt that would plague her when the illustrious duke was befittingly murdered by his own regular lady! When Matilda turned to Torridon for comfort, she discovered a few surprises in store for both of them.

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