By Judith McNaught
From sweeping ardour to taut suspense, Judith McNaught has entertained hundreds of thousands with a gorgeous array of feelings in 9 outstanding bestsellers. during this loved vintage, "one of the simplest ever" (Rendezvous), defiant hearts conflict in a livid conflict of wills -- in an excellent age of chivalry.
kidnapped from her convent tuition, headstrong Scottish good looks Jennifer Merrick doesn't simply hand over to Royce Westmoreland, Duke of Claymore. referred to as "The Wolf," his very identify moves terror within the hearts of his enemies. yet proud Jennifer could have not anything to do with the fierce English warrior who holds her captive, this good-looking rogue who name callings her along with his blazing conceitedness. Boldly she demanding situations his will...until the evening he's taking her in his robust embody, awakening in her an impossible to resist starvation. And unexpectedly Jennifer reveals herself ensnared in a bewildering web...a seductive, harmful catch of satisfaction, ardour, loyalty, and overwhelming love.
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Despite your gigantic size the length of your flagella and the speed of their propul sion you touch m /e with great gentleness, the silk of your cilia makes m /e shiver from head to feet. In the furrow of your cilia I perceive your wide-open mouth. The slightest shock-wave traverses you entirely. Nowhere within you is there a neutral circuit. I plug m/yself into you, instantly your composition changes, you assume a new shape appearance colour, a passer-by returning from her walk would not recognize you.
The golden light of the setting sun has veiled the waters. The two swans glide gently side by side, you with bent head I ready to support the fall of your neck to touch the curve of your breast with m /y beak. Your eyes are golden, they do not regard m/e. You allow yourself to fall behind, then unhurriedly you rejoin m/e your flank touching m /y flank, all m /y feathers ruffle to the top of m /y skull. I have forgotten the swans’ cry of victory when they move toward the shade to rest after a day without com bat.
Night does not come. I do not look at the sky. When I fall for the first time the women support m/e under the arms, with their aid I walk. Loss of consciousness flings m/e to the ground again. I compress m /y lips when they caress m/e and when they ply m /e with questions. I will not say your name. It shall not issue borne on the air, it shall not make its way outside of m/e. I am silent. Now I can walk no further. I am lying on the bank. The grass surrounds m/e scented cool stirred by the wind.
A Kingdom of Dreams by Judith McNaught