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By Lisa Kleypas

"**She gave him her innocence…**

Lady Aline Marsden was once cited for one cause: to make an constructive marriage to a member of her personal category. as an alternative, she willingly gave her innocence to John McKenna, a servant on her father's property. Their passionate transgression used to be unforgivable—John was once despatched away, and Aline was once left to dwell within the countryside…an exile from London society.

**…and he took her love.**

Now McKenna has made his fortune, and he has returned—more boldly good-looking and extra spell binding than sooner than. His ruthless plan is to take revenge at the lady who shattered his desires of affection. however the magic among them burns as brilliant as ever. And now he needs to make a decision even if to enable vengeance take its toll…or hazard every thing for his first, and basically, love.
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Sie schlägt kurz die Augen auf murmelt »Papa« und schläft sofort wie­ der ein. Zwei Jahre sind seit ihrer Geburt vergangen, so lange ist sie nun schon bei mir und beschützt mich. Zwei Jahre, und oft kommt es mir so vor, als hätte davor nichts existiert, nichts stattgefunden, als würde sich mein Gedächtnis von Neuem ver­ schließen und die vorangegangenen dreißig Jahre an einen Ort tragen, der meinem Gehirn verbor­ gen ist. An einen Ort, der von jetzt an bedeutungs­ los ist. Ihr Gesicht ist weiß im Lichtschein, der ins Zimmer fällt.

Zwang er sie zum Essen? Schleppte er sie zum Arzt? Befahl er ihr, auf ihre Gesundheit zu achten, sich zusammenzuneh­ men, aus ihrem Zimmer zu kommen und auf die mit Synthol getränkten Waschlappen zu verzich­ ten, auszugehen und sich mit anderen Menschen zu treffen, »Aktivitäten« zu entwickeln, ins Kino zu gehen oder sich zu einem Töpfer-, Zeichen-, Patchwork- oder Seidenmalereikurs anzumelden, wie sie im Gemeindezentrum angeboten und auf den Plakaten beworben wurden, die an die hölzernen Telegrafenmasten mit den auf den Leitungen 42 Klippen hockenden Vögeln geheftet waren, zu deren Füßen sich vom Regen aufgeweichte alte Papierschnipsel häuften?

Die Siedlungen mit den Reihenhäusern und kurz geschorenen Rasen, der mit dürren Bäumen und Lorbeerhecken bepflanzte glatte Zement. Und mit­ tendrin mein Bruder auf dem Fahrrad und ich, mich an seinem Sattel festhaltend, auf Rollschuhen, Fuß­ ballspielen auf der Straße an Sommerabenden, die Tulpen, die rostigen Gartenmöbel, die Betonplatte, die mit Scherben gespickten Mauern, die Rosen­ sträucher und der Gartenschlauch, das Elternschlaf­ zimmer mit den am helllichten Tag geschlossenen Fensterläden, das vor der Küche geparkte Taxi meines Vaters, die Schaukel, die Terrasse und der Grill, der Garten mit dem vor dem Tod meiner Mutter gemähten Rasen und dem hohen Gras da­ nach, das dunkle Wohnzimmer mit den wenigen 35 Olivier Adam Möbeln, den schmucklosen Wänden, der braun­ beige gemusterten Tapete, an die Bilder von irgend­ woher genagelt sind, vergilbter Farn siecher Ficus welke Schnittblumen, Vasen aus falschem chine­ sischem Porzellan mit nie gewechseltem Wasser.

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