By Candice Hern
"Jack, Lord Pemerton, is a cynical rake pressured by means of kin situations to hunt a bride. woman Mary Haviland is a undeniable, fascinating, yet firmly on-the-shelf spinster who bargains to assist Jack through proposing him with compatible applicants. while Jack discovers info that makes Mary the ideal candidate, their cozy friendship takes an unforeseen turn.
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I push past him to run down the stairs. George, the ardent Arab, has snuck back in the night and written something in Arabic on the square of cement in front of my door. A note flutters from the doorknob. ‘‘I have written this poem for you. ” It's probably wretched sentimental poetry about his heart and mine entwined beneath moon-drenched date palms silhouetted against midnight-blue skies. I stare at the green loops and whorls feeling dizzy, then I hear a voice from above. ” I look up. In the fork of the oak tree, like a genie who has popped out of a bottle, is George.
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How she used to worry about Mother not coming home from San Antonio … so far from Mullin she had to spend the night. The picture had been taken at a studio there. Afterward she put the hat away. She hadn't known a defiant gesture when she saw one. Oh well, she was just ten and it was only a gesture, a shadow of her mother's longing for city life, for something richer. The rest she stifled the way some ranch women planted rose bushes, those one-summer blooms which they knew the next drought would wither.