By Karen Ranney
Operating from their pasts Margaret Dalrousie was prepared to sacrifice concerned with her calling. The proficient artist may allow no guy intrude along with her reward. yet now, dwelling in a small Scottish cottage at the property of Glengarrow, she has now not painted a portrait in a while. For now not even the calming haven within the distant woods can erase the thoughts that darken Margaret's days and nights. And now, with the go back of the Earl of Linnet to his ancestral domestic, her hopes of peace have disappeared. From the 1st second he encountered Margaret on his land, the Earl of Linnet used to be not anything yet pissed off. The grieving nobleman has his personal secrets and techniques that experience lured him to the solitude of the Highlands, and his personal purposes for desirous to be on my own. but he's intrigued via his hauntingly appealing neighbor. might she be the spark that might draw him out of bittersweet sorrow—the lady who may possibly remodel him from a Scotsman in disappointment to a Scotsman in love?
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Without giving herself time to think, she crossed the landing and opened the door. Here there was no bedstead, no dresser, no armoire, only three trunks, a small upholstered chair, and an easel set up beside the window. She went to the largest trunk and ﬂipped the catch. Slowly, she pushed the trunk lid up and back, letting it rest against the wall. The trunk was not as beautifully packed as when she’d left St. Petersburg. She’d not packed it then, leaving her pigment powders and brushes to be stored away by the apprentice she’d hired.
Thank God his fortune was still intact, but not for her lack of trying to decimate it. He still had to go through the mountains of bills his solicitor had handed him in Inverness. In addition, he’d sent a request to the man for copies of the Bill of Sale for Blackthorne Cottage. That transaction needed a little more investigation—not to mention explanation. He would have to ensure that the houses in Inverness, Edinburgh, and London had not been as ﬁnancially neglected as Glengarrow. He doubted, though, that he owed money to any of 38 KAREN RANNEY the servants.
He was in a carriage accident, miss. Nearly died he did. Busted up something awful. ” “You should sit down,” she said, annoyed that his coloring was a little gray. “I should ﬁnish this conversation,” he said, his stare pointed and unfriendly. If she knew him better—if she knew him at all, she’d ask why he disliked other people so earnestly. Or was it only her? ” He looked up at the doorframe in a decidedly insulting gesture. What a very irritating creature he was. “No,” he said, after a long moment of silence.