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By Karen Ranney

Operating from their pasts Margaret Dalrousie was keen to sacrifice eager about her calling. The gifted artist could permit no guy intervene together with her reward. yet now, dwelling in a small Scottish cottage at the property of Glengarrow, she has no longer painted a portrait in a long time. For now not even the calming haven within the distant woods can erase the thoughts 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 was once not anything yet pissed off. The grieving nobleman has his personal secrets and techniques that experience lured him to the solitude of the Highlands, and his personal purposes for eager to be by myself. but he's intrigued through his hauntingly attractive neighbor. may possibly she be the spark that would draw him out of bittersweet sorrow—the lady who may well remodel him from a Scotsman in unhappiness to a Scotsman in love?

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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. ” “Never. ” “Is being a mother the true goal of every woman? ” She’d had a friend in Russia to whom she’d confessed that very thought, and Therese had been appalled at her honesty. A SCOTSMAN IN LOVE 43 “Motherhood is the highest calling to which a woman can aspire,” Therese had said.

Is being a mother the true goal of every woman? ” She’d had a friend in Russia to whom she’d confessed that very thought, and Therese had been appalled at her honesty. A SCOTSMAN IN LOVE 43 “Motherhood is the highest calling to which a woman can aspire,” Therese had said. Margaret didn’t bother to point out Therese had a nanny and a score of servants to care for her children, both of whom were more familiar with their servants than their mother. Therese saw her son and daughter for a scant hour per day, just long enough to check on their growth, perhaps, and remark upon their attractiveness.

Give me heaven and I’ll not protest When twilight greets me anon. Give me heaven and I will die of bliss. How utterly nauseating. Yet staring at the page was preferable to looking up at Janet again. She didn’t like pain, actively avoided it, in fact, and she especially didn’t like the ache in her chest Janet’s words incited. No wonder the Earl of Linnet was such a dour Scot. He had reason to be, did he not? She didn’t want to recall the look in his eyes, the measure of pain visible to anyone. If that much pain was evident, what did he hold back?

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