By Barbara Cartland
Whilst the imperious Alston, Marquis of Falcon cynically proclaims that he's attracted to marrying his daughter in an effort to achieve a Royal appointment, the Earl of Warnborough is carefully happy. There will be many merits to being a part of his a long way richer neighbour's kin and estates! however the appealing Mirabel is already betrothed and so is Deirdre, albeit secretly, which leaves in basic terms Elmina, the youngest and the Cinderella of the Warne kinfolk. however they're all stunned whilst she shyly says that she is going to feel free to marry the rushing Marquis. yet no longer as shocked as her new husband while she repels his marriage ceremony evening advances with knowledgeable Karate flow! Self-educated and schooled within the martial and equine arts, Elmina blossoms inwardly and outwardly with an strange attract of her personal. and he or she prays that her good-looking new husband will come to like her for herself. yet, whilst she is abducted by way of murderous horse thieves, apparently she's going to die with no realizing the affection she yearns for -
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He had therefore searched his memory to think when he had seen any attractive young women at any of the Balls and parties he attended almost nightly. He then discovered that the only unmarried girls he c could recall had been the Ladies-in-Waiting to the young Queen. " He had already. found than the evenings he had Spent, which were as few as possible, at Buckingham Palace, were extremely dull, and he had no wish to add to them because his wife held a position at Court. " he told himself. He knew-that at the back of his mind he had always had the idea that when he was married, his wife would stay at Falcon and not come to London more than was absolutely necessary.
Lady Carstairs declared. " I will tell you quite frankly that I do want to be Master of the Horse. " "That is the question I have been asking myself," the Marquis said. " He gave a short laugh. " He looked down at Lady Carstairs as he spoke, and as if he found her beauty very appealing, his hard eyes softened for a moment. " he said. " "Oh, Alston, if only I could marry you myself ! Perhaps... She hesitated. "I saw Carstairs the day before I left," the Marquis interrupted, "and he appeared to be in the finest of health.
It usually arose when they suspected or learned that there was another woman involved, together with tears and recriminations and wild assertions that if they lost his love, they would kill themselves. As none of them had ever done so, and he had over and over again heard the threat repeated, he knew cynically that however much their hearts might seem to be involved, the Beauties with whom he spent his time had a real affection only for themselves. Nevertheless, there was nothing he disliked more than a scene such as he had just avoided with considerable dexterity.
A Very Unusual Wife (Camfield #19) by Barbara Cartland