By Jennifer Blake
The 3 Graces of Graydon are well-born sisters bearing an ominous curse: any guy betrothed to them with no love is doomed to die. a lot to her chagrin, woman Isabel Milton has been given to Earl Rand Braesford - a present from the Tudor king for his loyalty to the throne. The lusty nobleman fast claims his husbandly rights, an adventure Isabel scarcely was hoping to take pleasure in quite a bit. yet early life and energy would possibly not shop Braesford from his bride's notorious curse...
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No, it was marriage in its entirety she desired to avoid. Too many of her friends had been married in their cradles, given to much older husbands at thirteen or fourteen, brought to childbed at fifteen or sixteen and mothers to three or four children by her own age of twenty-three. That was if they were not dead from the rigors of childbirth. Her own mother’s first marriage had been similar, though happy enough, possibly because Isabel’s father, Lord Craigsmoor, had spent much time away at court.
You relieve my mind,” he said, his voice harsh in his throat. “If the bedding others mentioned is in advance of the wedding, I trust you will understand the cause. ” Her chin lifted another notch, though her lashes shielded her expression. ” The vision his mind produced, of taking her in a welter of skirts and with her stocking-clad legs clamped around him, did such things to him that he was glad for the unfashionable length of his doublet. It would be so easy to manage since it was doubtful she wore braies of any description under her clothing, unless to prevent saddle soreness during her long ride.
She had heard whispers of him about Henry’s court, a mysterious figure without family connections who came and went with no let or hindrance. He had endured Henry’s uncertain exile in Brittany and his later detainment in France, so they said, and was honored for that reason. Others whispered that he was a favorite of the new king’s lady mother, Margaret Beaufort, and had sometimes traveled between her and her son on missions that culminated in Henry’s invasion. No one could speak with accuracy of him, however, for the newly made knight remained aloof from the court and its gossip, occupying some obscure room in the bowels of whatever palace or castle Henry dwelled in at the moment.
By His Majesty's Grace by Jennifer Blake