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By Karen Ranney

Operating from their pasts Margaret Dalrousie used to be keen to sacrifice interested in her calling. The proficient artist might permit no guy intrude along with her present. yet now, dwelling in a small Scottish cottage at the property of Glengarrow, she has now not painted a portrait in a while. For now not even the calming haven within the distant woods can erase the stories that darken Margaret's days and nights. And now, with the go back of the Earl of Linnet to his ancestral domestic, her hopes of peace have disappeared. From the 1st second he encountered Margaret on his land, the Earl of Linnet used to be not anything yet frustrated. The grieving nobleman has his personal secrets and techniques that experience lured him to the solitude of the Highlands, and his personal purposes for desirous to be on my own. but he's intrigued through his hauntingly appealing neighbor. may she be the spark that would draw him out of bittersweet sorrow—the girl who may possibly remodel him from a Scotsman in unhappiness to a Scotsman in love?

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Tom kissed his wife’s cheek and murmured something as he left the room. Janet glanced after him, as if she was afraid they wouldn’t see each other for a while. ” At Janet’s look of surprise, she realized how rude she’d sounded. “Forgive me, Janet. ” Janet didn’t respond, and in the silence, Margaret found herself explaining far more than the occasion warranted. ” She was familiar with Janet’s look. Margaret shook her head. The desire for love had simply faded beneath all of those other wishes and wants she’d had.

There were no signs of leaks, no damage to the roof itself. He pulled on one or two of the planks to make sure the seal was strong and there was no movement. Everything looked as sturdy as it had when he’d last inspected the cistern, a dozen years ago. There, one chore done. Endless hours stretched out in front of him. How did he fill those? In France, he’d had a goal. He’d driven himself to prove he could survive, not because he wanted it—there were days when he’d prayed for death. Then, he’d begun to walk again, learning to mask the pain with a smile on his face.

A thoroughly dismissive gesture, for all it wasn’t a gesture at all. She frowned at him. ” She took a deep breath, biting back all those unflattering comments she’d dearly love to make. ” he asked calmly. Too calmly for this impassioned discussion. According to the Russians, who were emotional in their own right, artists were supposed to be volatile. She’d never believed in the stereotype, but she wished she were possessed of a more histrionic nature at the moment. She might even screech. “You surely do not need their assistance,” she said, forcing herself to modulate her voice.

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