By Lisa Kleypas, Lynsay Sands, Leigh Greenwood
This trio of historic vacation romances, choked with heat, pleasure, and love, positive factors Lisa Keypas's "I Will," during which a Georgian bluestocking will get the current of an entire life while a rakish noble asks for her hand in marriage. Original.
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Grant’s expression was stone, his eyes cool steel. Attired in rare leather and borrowed fur, he looked every bit a Viking bridegroom. To her surprise, he wore Lawmaker’s broadsword. She glanced quickly at the old man and caught him smiling. Lawmaker cleared his throat, then nodded at the Scot. Grant stepped forward, and she fought the ridiculous urge to step back. He looked pointedly at her as he unsheathed the sword. His eyes were so cold, for a moment she thought he might use the weapon to slay her.
Lawmaker nodded at her to proceed. She studied Gunnar’s sword. Though it had been their father’s, she had always thought of it as Gunnar’s, and was now loath to part with it. She had little left of her brother, and the weapon had been one of his most treasured things. “Rika,” Lawmaker said. She met Grant’s eyes, and read something new in them. Amusement? Ja, the corner of his mouth turned up ever so slightly. Lawmaker must have explained the significance of the ritual. Her hackles rose. She gritted her teeth behind tightly sealed lips and thrust the sword toward him.
Lawmaker, himself, was fast losing her good opinion. She turned to leave, and Lawmaker caught her wrist. Her wrist. Thor’s blood, her bracelet! She wrested herself from Lawmaker’s grip and protectively covered her bare wrist with her hand. Where was her bracelet? Her eyes flew to Grant’s. He looked at her expressionless, his eyes unchanged. Cool slate, like the sea on a winter’s day. “I…it fell off. In the bed,” he added. ” He lied. Her cheeks grew hot, serving only to fuel her anger. “I’ve work to do,” she said flatly, then threw her cloak around her shoulders and made for the door.
A Historical Christmas Present (Capital Theatre, Book 2.5) by Lisa Kleypas, Lynsay Sands, Leigh Greenwood