By Jennifer Ashley
"Revisit the Mackenzies during this heartwarming Christmas story. booklet 4.5 of the hot York instances bestselling Mackenzies / Highland Pleasures sequence. The Mackenzies assemble for a extended family Christmas and Hogmanay in Scotland. within the chaos of arrangements for the celebration--the first of Hart and Eleanor's married life--one of Ian's Ming bowls will get damaged, and the family members scrambles to save lots of the day. Daniel busily runs a having a bet ring for every little thing from the hour Eleanor's child will arrive, as to if Mac's former-pugilist valet can win a boxing fit, to who often is the first of the numerous site visitors to be stuck lower than the mistletoe. Ian starts off a brand new obsession, and Beth fears that the lack of one in every of his helpful bowls has made him withdraw once again into his inner most world.
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Really, he wasn‘t as bad as all that . ‖ ―No, of course not,‖ she said, then ruined the whole thing with a panicked burst of laughter. ―You wouldn‘t want to do that. ‖ She looked up at the sky, and he half expected her to shake her fist at the gods. ―Sebastian Grey,‖ she said. Again . ‖ ―Oh yes,‖ came her too-fast reply. And then she snapped back to attention, looking him directly in the eye. ―I have to go. ‖ ―As you might recall I‘ve been telling you,‖ he murmured. She looked toward the side garden, grimacing at the thought of passing through a lovers‘ lawn.
Clearly she should have stepped around him and run back to the house. Or stepped over him. Or on him. But above all, she should not have engaged in conversation. Even if she ran right across the amorous couple in the garden, thathad to be less dangerous to her reputation than being caught alone with a strange man on the heath. If he was planning to attack and ravish, though, he gave no indication of being in a hurry to do so. ‖ She looked at him for a moment. He did not look familiar, but itwas dark.
I suspect I should not pursue that statement,‖ she said daringly. ‖ He smiled at her again, and good heavens, but it took her breath away. Whoever this man was, he had been visited many times by the gods of dentistry. His teeth were white and even, and his grin was wide and infectious. It was bloody unfair. Her own bottom teeth were a jumble, as were all of her siblings‘. A surgeon had once said he could fix them, but when he‘d come after her with a pair of pliers, Annabel had taken off running.