A Stormy Spanish Summer. Penny Jordan (Modern) by Penny Jordan PDF
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Felicity Clairemont has come to Spain to say her inheritance. regrettably that implies spending time with the Duque Vidal y Salvadores—and the darkly good-looking Spaniard has continually made it simple what he thinks of her.The final time Vidal observed Fliss, his feelings have been strong—he hated and sought after her with equivalent degree. yet now honor calls for he needs to aid her. because the fact approximately Fliss's kin comes flooding out, and the ability in their stormy charm takes carry, can Vidal admit how improper he is been approximately her…?
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There was no need for you to come here to the airport,’ she told him, intent on dismissing him. ’ She made to step past him, but as she did so his hand shot out, his long tanned fingers curling round her arm and restraining her. It seemed odd that such an elegant hand with such fastidiously well-cared-for nails could possess such feral male power, but it did, Fliss recognised as her flesh pulsed hotly beneath his hold. Her blood was beating with unfamiliar speed, as though responding to his command and not the command of her own body.
What was the matter with her? she challenged herself. She had lived with being sexually inactive for years. It had been her own decision to make and to keep. It was just one of those things. The pace of modern life, the need to establish her career, had somehow prevented her from meeting a man she wanted enough to let go of the past. It would be pure self-indulgence for her to start feeling sorry for herself. By many people’s standards Fliss knew that her childhood had been a privileged one. She still considered herself to be privileged now—and not just because she had had such a wonderful mother.
She had asked her mother. She had only been seven or so at the time, but she had never referred to the man who had fathered her as ‘Daddy’. Daddies were men who played with their children and who loved them—not strangers in a far-off country. ‘Yes,’ her mother had responded. ‘I once took Vidal there, and your father joined us. We had the most lovely day. One day you and I will go there together, Fliss,’ her mother had promised. But somehow that day had never come, so now she was here on her own.
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