By Elizabeth Thornton
While these round her start assembly tragic fates, Kate Cameron understands she's next-until she's rescued by means of psychic Gavin Hepburn. yet after an evening of hiding jointly, Kate is branded a fallen lady and compelled into marriage with Gavin-an association that matches Gavin's objective to do something it takes to maintain Kate secure from a killer haunting her previous. For this enigmatic and lonely good looks has turn into the unforeseen love of his lifestyles.
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Miss Mayberry remonstrated. Gavin blinked, picked up his cards, and pretended to concentrate. Kate couldn’t remember when she had enjoyed herself more. She and her old school friends had cloistered themselves in Sally Anderson’s bedchamber, knocking back sherry as if it were water, as they reminisced about the scrapes they’d gotten into when they were schoolgirls. From there they’d moved on to the ups and downs of married life, and her friends had tried, without success, to bring blushes to her cheeks.
The door could not be opened from the outside. Easy, she told herself. Easy. Maybe a servant had come out to smoke, or one of the guests. Maybe Dr. Rankin had been delayed. She heard a soft tread at her back and she whipped around with a moan bordering on panic. “Dr. ” A shadow emerged from the dark. This time, her voice quavered. “Dr. ” Still no response. Every cell in her body warned her of approaching doom. Her nerve broke. Picking up her skirts, she dashed through the shrubbery toward the moor.
She still didn’t know who or what had caused it. Juliet wasn’t finished yet. “Don’t be taken in by his looks or his charm. ” “Sounds as though we’re made for each other,” Kate quipped. “Just be on your guard. ” Juliet’s sisterly advice ended in a screech when her groom swooped down and carried her off to the waiting carriage. A light snow had begun to fall, and everyone hurried inside. The fiddlers started up again, and more sets formed for the next country dance. Kate spent the following hour renewing old friendships with girls she’d gone to school with but who had not been raised in the Highlands.