A Game of Scandal (Friends Trilogy, Book 2) by Kathryn Smith

By Kathryn Smith

"He had made an offer of marriage... to a lady who's now the main scandalous woman in London.When Gabriel Warren, the good-looking Earl of Angelwood, provided marriage to girl Lilith Mallory, he concept his happiness used to be whole. yet then they have been, came upon in *very* compromising situations -- and he or she disappeared. Now, years later, Gabriel enter's a infamous London gaming membership to shockingly notice that the blameless lady he'd as soon as sought after for his bride is now its seductive proprietor.

Lilith is astonished on the sight of Gabriel, and a part of her longs to relive the times -- and nights -- spent in his fingers. however the guy she as soon as enjoyed can smash the livelihood she has made for herself. For Gabriel is now a strong guy, person who is set to close down her institution. but with every one contact, every one kiss, she starts to wonder whether they can ever have a destiny -- and triumph over the scandals in their past.
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For a stunned moment, Gillian couldn‘t think, she couldn‘t move. His kiss was an onslaught of her senses. Memories of her wedding night came rushing back to her. She‘d been so enamored of him. So silly, silly in love. Kissing him had been as natural to her as breathing—and it still was. She attempted to think of Andres but his face wouldn‘t form a picture in her mind. Instead, all she could see was Wright. Damnable, irritating, annoying Wright. How she wished their lips didn‘t fit together. Gillian leaned against the banister for support as if to avoid him.

By the way, I ordered a glass of sherry for you. ‖ ―Thank you,‖ she murmured, as she took a fortifying drink to approach the subject uppermost in her mind. ‖ Her husband studied her a moment. He wasn‘t pleased. She readied herself for a quarrel. Her foremost argument would be their pact, but then he said, ―Very well. ‖ At that moment, Mr. Peters and his wife approached the table, carrying trays loaded with food. ―I also took the liberty of ordering for you,‖ Wright confessed and seemed to brace himself for her response.

He backed out of the room, nodding to the father. ―Again, beg pardon. ‖ The door was slammed behind him. That slam was echoed from his room across the hall. Gillian had repositioned the wardrobe so that he couldn‘t push open the door at all. He narrowed his gaze, wishing he could see right through his door. She probably thought she had him beat. He wondered why she‘d run so hot and then cold…and decided it was because the intensity between them had frightened her off. He‘d upset her avowed dedication to her Spaniard.

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