By Anna Campbell
"**It Takes A Lady**
Brilliant pupil Genevieve Barrett understands how one can retain a mystery. Her identification because the writer of her father's educational articles has continuously been her maximum deception—until an enthralling housebreaker attempts to thieve the mysterious Harmsworth Jewel from her. She doesn't demonstrate that she acknowledges her father's devastatingly good-looking new scholar because the thief himself. For Genevieve, this can be the main seductive mystery of all...
**To seize A Thief**
Sir Richard Harmsworth has been dwelling a lie, keeping a rakish façade to teach society that he doesn't care approximately his prestige as a bastard. but lengthy haunted through his unknown father's id, Richard believes the Harmsworth Jewel will determine his declare because the rightful inheritor. but if Richard units out to seduce the bookworm who possesses the stone, he as a substitute falls for its appealing proprietor. yet while she steals Richard's center, Genevieve can be in higher threat than her coveted treasure...
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Extra resources for A Rake's Midnight Kiss (Sons of Sin, Book 2)
51 HIGHWAYMAN LOVER “I should like to hear the lady’s thoughts on the matter,” Kenley Fairfax remarked from his corner. He stood in a comfortable pose with his shoulder leaning against the wall, his arms folded across his chest and Charlotte blinked at him, surprised by his intervention. “Suppose I tendered my purse to your counsel--all of it in full, right now, this very moment,” Kenley said to her, drawing away from the wall and stepping toward the table. He looked at Charlotte with interest.
James offered his arm genteelly to her, and she rested her hand against the crook of his elbow as they strolled together along the cobbled pathways twining through the garden. Most of the flowers and decorative shrubbery had already been uprooted or trimmed back in anticipation of winter months, but Charlotte pretended even leaf-barren nubs or overturned patches of soil absorbed her attention. He accepted her silence for a while without interruption, but she could feel his gaze upon her and knew he would not let her so easily escape for long.
She felt his palms slide against her throat, and she tried to shrug away from him. “James . ” she said, frowning. He cradled her face between his hands and leaned toward her. “You are so beautiful, Charlotte,” he whispered. “Do you know how much I long for you? ” His mouth lowered toward hers, poised to settle in a kiss. “James, stop,” she said, ducking her head. ” She pulled away, and he let her go. ” she asked. “If it will yield me your hand, yes,” he replied. 31 HIGHWAYMAN LOVER “It will not, James,” she said.
A Rake's Midnight Kiss (Sons of Sin, Book 2) by Anna Campbell