A LADY’S PREROGATIVE By Annabelle Anders

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Lord Love A Lady (Book 2)

 A LADY’S  PREROGATIVE

By Annabelle Anders

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IT’S NOT FAIR! 

Titled rakes can practically get away with murder, but one tiny little misstep and a debutante is sent away to the country. Which is where Lady Natalie Spencer is stuck after jilting her betrothed.

Frustrated with her banishment, she’s finished being a good girl and ready to be a little naughty.

Luckily she has brothers, one of whom has brought home his delightfully gorgeous friend.

After recently inheriting an earldom, Garrett Castleton is determined to turn over a new leaf and shed the roguish lifestyle he adopted years ago.

His friend’s sister, no matter how enticing, is out-of-bounds. He has a run-down estate to manage and tenants to save from destitution.

Can love find a compromise between the two, or will their stubbornness get them into even more trouble?

 

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EXCERPT

“Do I pass muster then, my lady?” he asked, his black eyes hooded.

Such the rogue! Those damn eyes of his—along with the gravelly tone of his voice—sent shivers skating across her skin. He spoke as though he knew all her secrets. As though he knew the cravings she had when she lay alone in her bed…She tried to breathe deeply and concentrate on an appropriate response while a swarm of butterflies danced within her.

“Why would you not?” She attempted to muster her dignity. “You are my parents’ guest, my brother’s friend.” She opened her fan and waved it to cool the flush she felt creeping up her neck. 

The earl looked her up and down in open appreciation. His perusal was thorough but not as sinister as it had always seemed in the past. “Perhaps you have forgotten that you must not be seen with me? Or am I no longer considered the pariah I was in London?” In spite of his cool charm, an edge laced his words, for both of them remembered their meeting in Hyde Park.

She dropped her fan and glared at him. “Perhaps a lady can change her mind…”

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