By Suzanne Enoch
"**Seven marriageable daughters . . . And Lord Zachary Griffin is simply the guy to aid them.**
After all, what can be extra tantalizing than educating the gorgeous Witfeld sisters all of the distinct methods of riding a guy into submission—and marriage? And major beautiful Caroline Witfeld, the main lively and least frivolous sister, to temptation will be wildly scrumptious.
Zachary doesn't detect that Caroline's longing gazes have much less to do with appeal and extra to do with admission—to a prestigious arts conservatory. If basically she may possibly set these excessive cheekbones, that aristocratic forehead, and people robust shoulders to canvas, her goals might all come actual. yet Caroline is quickly having goals of a really various sort—ones that contain the captivating rogue and a few fallacious habit infrequently befitting a woman devoted to her artwork . . .unless she turns into devoted to the paintings of love.
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Extra resources for An Invitation to Sin (Griffin Family, Book 2)
We hated the music our parents liked. There was a gap as wide as the ocean between their generation and ours. We hated their clothes, their values, their sheeplike belief in The Middle Ages / 53 government, authority figures, and the almighty dollar. But the new teenage generation holds a weird reverence for the late sixties, early seventies. The music, the clothes. One of Cait and Abby’s favorite things to do is to go down to the cellar and come back up wearing my old hippie dresses or spiderweb shawls or crushed velvet hats or torn, darned, and embroidered jeans.
2) Cloris and Bob, my college roommate and her husband. Their wedding was fabulous. Everyone dancing. Kissing. Wild. Now he’s passively miserable. She’s always angry. Their son is a juvenile delinquent and I can’t stand being with them. (3) Loni and Mike (Daniel’s sister and brother-in-law). I always thought they were so happy. They held hands. He was solicitous of her. They kissed in the corner at parties. She always seemed so proud and supportive of him. Two months ago they announced they’re splitting up and marrying other people.
I’ve known him for years, though. Sam’s sister dated him. He’s sweet, quiet, tall, just your type. ” “Why? ” she says dryly. ” “Well, I don’t think Hank is either. ” “Okay,” I say. It’s not hard to fit things into my calendar. ” “What? ” “Oh, for God’s sake, Jane. I mean in case you would like to spend the night together. ” “Listen, kid. We’ve got to change things. It’s not right for a woman to spend an entire life alone. ” “I’m not alone. I’ve got the girls. ” “My point exactly. Daniel. Ptooey!