“Before I found Minerva, I’d passed nights with more than my share of women.”
Thorne groaned. Don’t. Just don’t.
“I’ve passed time with duchesses and farm girls, and it doesn’t matter whether their skirts are silk or homespun. 32 more words
It is a truth universally acknowledged that if one is reading a historical romance, one must have a heroine to root for, a hero to swoon for, know this story may have a happy ending, and that’s the only predictability you’re going to have. 2,046 more words