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By Suzanne Enoch

"“Suzanne Enoch’s glowing expertise makes each one publication witty, romantic, and consistently an eagerly expected pleasure.”
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Adventure and heart-stopping romance cross hand in hand in *A Lady’s consultant to flawed habit, *the moment publication in *New York occasions *and* united states at the present time *bestseller Suzanne Enoch’s breathtaking Regency-set Adventurers membership sequence. This enjoyable, emotional, horny, and fascinating tale of a lady’s try and civilize a rogue via such a lot fallacious capacity is an ideal instance of the romantic storytelling mastery that has encouraged star Julia Quinn to name Enoch, “One of my favourite authors.”


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It was on the first day he’d seen her, when the light had caught her eyes for a moment. Even in the dim shadows of the cathedral, as she stared at him, her eyes had shone for a moment all golden, like a falcon’s. It was a very strange look indeed. Where had he seen that glance before? Not on a woman, surely. But where? The thing puzzled him. But now that he had ceased having unpleasant night visions of mutton chops, he blamed himself for having an insufficiency of pride. There should be standards in the world of writing, and he’d failed to uphold them.

YOU DON’T LOOK LIKE a midwife,” Brother Gregory interrupted, as he blew on a page to make it dry. His face was averted to conceal his distaste. It is one thing to describe, say, the Virgin with angel attendants, but this woman had no discretion at all. “I’m not one anymore,” replied Margaret, looking at him coldly. “That is self-evident; it’s not an art practiced by women in respectable circumstances,” said Brother Gregory, looking around. “It ought to be the most respected profession in the world—midwives witness how God makes the world new,” said Margaret; gritting her teeth in a way that made it plain to Brother Gregory that he would have to choose between his literary taste and his dinner in the kitchen.

But even when the big boys did not thrash about, sleep was not always easy, for the new baby, christened Martin, did poorly after his auspicious beginning. Something about the cold weather made him fret and whine and roll his head at night, and feeding did not relieve it. Day and night his nose ran. Sometimes David and I would lie awake for hours, listening to the baby scream. Will and Rob stuffed wool in their ears. Nothing bothered the hired man, for besides being toothless, he was also deaf.

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