Tuesday, October 6, 2015
The Bargain by Jane Ashford
Alan maybe a smart man, but to be honest where his woman is concerned the boy is stupid, and never says the right thing, "he turned from the fire, checked slightly at the sight of her, then said, “Good day. You know why I am here, I imagine.” She allowed her brows to rise a little higher. “I thought we would marry next week,” he went on. “I have inquired about a special license, and it seems easy enough to procure. Under the circumstances, I don’t think banns are really—” I enjoyed this book it kept my attention.