By Stephanie Laurens
Unique ebook: 1998
He vowed he′d by no means marry.
To Vane Cynster, Bellamy corridor appears like the suitable position to quickly cover from London′s husband hunters. but if he encounters impossible to resist endurance Debbington, Vane realises he′s met his fit ...
She vowed no guy might seize her.
Patience isn′t approximately to succumb to Vane′s sensuous propositions. certain, his kisses go away her dizzy and his caresses made her soften; yet persistence has promised herself she′ll by no means turn into susceptible to a damaged center. is that this one vow that used to be intended to be damaged?
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Additional resources for A Rake's Vow (Cynster, Book 2)
Chapter 28 The ball at Mansfield takes place, and Fanny realises with a shock that this is her official 'coming out'; she must open the proceedings. Despite her shyness Fanny manages very well - dancing with both Henry and Edmund, who has been arguing with Mary. Henry's attentions to Fanny are noticed by Sir Thomas, who is pleased that the ball should have achieved what he had originally intended it should, and he invites Henry to take an early breakfast with William and Fanny. The latter, after a last glance around the room, retires to bed .
After dining, the party divides for 23 games of whist and 'Speculation'. Henry reveals that by chance he has visited Thornton Lacey, which is to be Edmund's parish after his ordination. They discuss possible improvements to the house, but Edmund is adamantly against most of them - both he and Sir Thomas have strong views on the home and conduct of a parish priest. William and Fanny discuss dancing, and the former voices a desire to see his sister dance. Henry praises Fanny 's dancing, and continues the attentions he has been showing all evening by helping her on with her shawl.
A young lady of Jane Austen's era was expected to remain silent until approached by a young man - only then was she given official sanction to indulge her own feelings on the matter. It is the knowledge of what cannot be spoken between her and Edmund that oppresses Fanny. Chapter 36 Mary Crawford arrives to talk to Fanny, but once in the East room, her recollection of the rehearsal with Edmund is stirred, and she reminisces about the week of acting. She is sorry to be leaving Mansfield and does not appear to feel much affection for the 'friends' she is going to visit, recounting their disastrous marriages for Fanny's benefit.