By Cathy Maxwell
She was firm to marry for romance, by no means anticipating that her adventures could lead her to a life of ardour. The Runaway Heiress Like many a Regency leave out, Lyssa Harrell longs for romance, yet is familiar with her accountability lies in marriage. nonetheless, while her father offers her hand to a dissolute yet well-connected lord, she does the unthinkable ... she flees to Scotland. to not Gretna eco-friendly, yet to her family members -- and to the fortress the place her mom as soon as have been so satisfied. during this romantic land she's going to become aware of her heart's wish. a guy looking His Fortune yet she does not anticipate Ian Campion. The ruggedly good-looking guy has his orders: fetch the runaway daughter domestic! Ian has a value on his head and a dire want for the present Lyssa's father deals. monitoring Lyssa down is straightforward sufficient, convincing her to come back is tough ... and never seducing her is very unlikely. And Their Scandalous Adventures quickly, Lyssa is at the event of a life-time. She has to sleep within the nice outside, and flee from mysterious makes an attempt on her lifestyles. She understands she's ruined within the eyes of society, yet she is keen to stand real damage -- and probability every little thing for the unbelievable ardour she reveals in Ian's powerful palms. And after they go back to civilization, the 2 needs to confront the main perilous event of all ... admitting their unanticipated love.
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The only thing that had saved her was her step back at his approach. Ian pushed Miss Harrell behind him and turned on Charley, who immediately declared, “Wasn’t me, Campion. ” “It must be Harrell. ” And it would be completely in character for him to have had Ian followed to exact his revenge. “Yes, but the shot was aimed at me,” Miss Harrell argued. “No, it was aimed at Charley,” Ian replied, irritated beyond words with her countermanding everything he said. ” The next shot almost struck Charley.
Well, it was money wasted, Miss Harrell,” he replied philosophically, “because you are returning to London with me. And, by the by, my name is Campion, Ian Campion . . but you may call me Mr. ” The look she shot him could have fried bacon. He couldn’t give a care. “Go on, Charley. ” “Well, I’d like the wagon, Campion,” Charley answered, taking another timid step forward. “You can have it—” Ian started but Miss Harrell contradicted him, moving to confront Charley. “This is my wagon. I paid for it and it is full of my belongings.
Abrams and my other Gypsy friends will come to my rescue. ” she asked, lifting her voice so that it would carry in the night. But there was no reply save for the crackling of green wood in the ﬁre and the rustle of the wind in the trees. “Abrams won’t,” Ian corrected kindly, “because, ﬁrst, he knows he’s not a match for me. I have a bit of a reputation for being handy with my ﬁsts, Miss Harrell, and that allows me to do as I please. And secondly, because he’s no more a Gypsy than I am. ” Miss Harrell demanded.