By Lisa Kleypas, Lynsay Sands, Leigh Greenwood
This trio of historic vacation romances, packed with heat, pleasure, and love, gains Lisa Keypas's "I Will," within which a Georgian bluestocking will get the current of an entire life whilst a rakish noble asks for her hand in marriage. Original.
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If furnishings reflect the hands that tend them, then this monstrous table had known a hard and unloving touch. I could not imagine a family sitting down to dine at it. Certainly I never did. I have no records of when the cottage (Clachan Cottage it was once called, though now known as Culbin’s Cottage) was built, and architecturally there is nothing to distinguish it from others built in the last five centuries, but it is safe to say that it is old and erected in the days when one might actually need a home that could survive cannon fire.
If a man were interested enough to be collecting stories of deadly faeries, then he was bound to collect other materials. The privy was the sole location left to search. It isn’t a warm place. Built on an old design, a slice of stream runs through it, under the wooden seat, carrying waste away to what I liked to imagine was a leach field. The water is sometimes pungent with the smell of hawthorn, though how this could be I do not know, since no hawthorn blooms nearby. In a poplar trunk at the back of the small addition where ancient and brittle linens were kept, I found beneath the yellowed fabric a set of shackles made of what my brain insisted was cold iron.
Fergus Culbin had been buried in the section for strangers, a fact I found vaguely disturbing since the cemetery was no longer consecrated and local custom had it that a soul could not rest if its body was buried there. I did not hasten past the uncanny place since I was already traveling at just below a trot, but I kept my eyes averted and made every effort to push my morbid thoughts away so they would not follow me home. My new house was surprisingly generous-sized. The four rooms were large, even if they had low ceilings and were rather dark because there were few windows whose glass was badly pitted.
A Historical Christmas Present (Capital Theatre, Book 2.5) by Lisa Kleypas, Lynsay Sands, Leigh Greenwood