By Kasey Michaels
3 males from the robust, filthy rich, and privileged Colton kinfolk of California confront the romantic problem of discovering real love, in a trio of romantic tales that launches a brand new, twelve-volume sequence. unique.
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She stopped talking and stopped wringing her hands in her lap. She looked up at Harrison, her expression part determination, part terror, her huge blue eyes awash now in both ruined mascara and brilliant tears. "I know I have no right to ask this of you. I know that, truly. But I can't marry James Vaughn, Harry. " "So walk away, Savannah," Harrison said, knowing he sounded cruel. "You're a grown woman now, not a child anymore. Walk away. " "I can't do that either, Harry," Savannah said, gathering up her purse once more, getting to her feet.
I'm only sorry I never stopped by your school to say goodbye. " "An A, yes. " "I didn't do much more than find some research materials for you," Harrison said, moving to the small bar to pour himself a glass of water, and one for Savannah. His throat was dry, and tight, and he felt angry with Savannah for coming here, for bringing back memories he'd carefully buried. Still, he might as well get it over with. "And your father? " She bit her bottom lip, turned away from him. That wasn't good. That wasn't good at all.
And so stupid! " Savannah put down her glass, got up and walked to the window overlooking the street. "Six years later, I show up here, pretty much telling you the same sort of story, except that it's a little different this time because I'm not a willing participant. " She turned to face him. "Is that irony, Harry? My major may have been environmental studies, but I'm pretty sure that's irony. Anyway, Dad would be bailed out and, if you're serious about marrying me, he'd have his bottomless pit of money to draw on.
Brides of Privilege by Kasey Michaels