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Byron is Grouchy and stuffy for someone his age.
And Fiona can rile him up like no other! Part two took me by surprise. But who can blame me?
Byron was such a fuddy-duddy that you can't help but smile every time he says or does something particularly fuddy-duddy-ish. Lastly comes Cecily, a quiet but determined young lady. Unlike our previous couples, Cecily is not willing to let the man choose her. She is going to choose the man. I love the role reversals of part three. It was great to see the lady be the pursuer, even if poor Robin was less than thrilled.
There was an understated, quiet humor to both Cecily and Robin—I particularly enjoyed the image of poor Cecily stuffing bed drapes down the front of her borrowed dresses to maintain her modesty the busts were much too spacious! If you are a fan of love at first sight romances, A Lady Most Willing is definitely for you!
I love the idea of a novel in three parts—not quite an anthology, not really a novel, but something entirely unique. And so, so fun to read. Normally speaking, Catriona would not have found him terribly fearsome. He was a rather good-looking fellow, with thick dark hair and deep-set eyes, but there was nothing wild or untamed about him. That said, when the Duke of Bretton speared Taran Ferguson with a furious stare, even Catriona took a step back.
I do apologize for the error. Marilla Chisholm let out a delicate cry of distress, leading Catriona to let out an indelicate grunt of annoyance. Lord Rocheforte —or was it Mr. Whoever he was, he clearly saw no gravity in the situation, for he just grinned and held up his hand.
Catriona looked back and forth between the trio of men. These three had probably shared a room at Eton. The duke cursed under his breath, following that up with: His grace was already there, asleep. Catriona blinked, not sure if she was meant to actually answer.
Marilla gasped in outrage, and Catriona had no doubt that she would have hissed something monstrously insulting if they had not an audience of unmarried gentlemen. She tried not to stare at him as if he were an idiot, she really did, but his white-blond hair was practically glowing in the moonlight, and with his mouth still open in horror, he looked like a traumatized owl.
His reply was something that should never be uttered in front of a gently-born female, but given the circumstances, Catriona opted to take no offense. It was so cold the air had teeth, and none of the young ladies was wearing a coat or pelisse.
As opposed to Mr. The Earl of Maycott was one of the richest men in England, and heaven only knew why he had wanted his own Scottish castle, but want it he had, badly enough to spend a fortune restoring Bellemere to a level of magnificence that Catriona was fairly certain it had never enjoyed, even when it was in its supposed glory.
Once the work was completed, the Maycotts had decided to hold a ball, inviting a few of their London friends but, for the most part, the local gentry. Only so that their first annual Icicle Ball would be a crush, or so the local gossips claimed. Or at least that was what the local gossips said. And while Catriona knew better to believe everything she heard, she always listened.
The Chisholm daughters had been brought to meet the duke, of course. But not Catriona. Catriona had only a minute alone with the sleeping duke before the other three ladies were tossed into the carriage, and then he had woken up.
Marilla was shrieking, Lady Cecily was banging on the ceiling with her fist, and Fiona was yelling at Marilla, trying to get her to shut up.
It was at that moment that Catriona realized that the other ladies had not yet noticed he was in the carriage. And Marilla —good Lord, but Catriona had never liked Marilla— she had been immediately tossed onto his lap by a nonexistent bump in the road.
He had not, Catriona had noticed with some satisfaction, responded by squeezing her bottom.
Ninety minutes at least, perhaps two hours. Long enough for the duke to announce that no one was to utter a sound until they arrived at their godforsaken destination. Then he went back to sleep. Or if not sleep, then a crackingly good imitation of it. Even Marilla had not dared to disturb him. The duke gave a little tug, but Marilla had no intention of releasing her prey, and he gave up.
Then again, Taran Ferguson was as eccentric as the summer day was long.