By Karen Ranney
Working from their pasts Margaret Dalrousie used to be keen to sacrifice desirous about her calling. The proficient artist might permit no guy intervene together with her reward. yet now, dwelling in a small Scottish cottage at the property of Glengarrow, she has no longer painted a portrait in a long time. For now not even the calming haven within the distant woods can erase the stories that darken Margaret's days and nights. And now, with the go back of the Earl of Linnet to his ancestral domestic, her hopes of peace have disappeared. From the 1st second he encountered Margaret on his land, the Earl of Linnet used to be not anything yet frustrated. The grieving nobleman has his personal secrets and techniques that experience lured him to the solitude of the Highlands, and his personal purposes for eager to be by myself. but he's intrigued via his hauntingly appealing neighbor. may well she be the spark that might draw him out of bittersweet sorrow—the lady who might remodel him from a Scotsman in disappointment to a Scotsman in love?
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It A SCOTSMAN IN LOVE 51 was a lovely vista even with all the snow that had fallen last night. Another reason for taking the path around Glengarrow—the lane was nearly a foot deep in snow. She hesitated at the bench before the urn and, as if daring herself again, brushed off the bench and sat. The silence of the morning enveloped her, bringing her a sense of calm she hadn’t felt since the night before when she’d been awakened from another nightmare. She took several deep breaths, unclenched her hands, and stared down at the tips of her serviceable shoes.
Or was it something else? Emotion, perhaps? ” What a very odd comment. Did he care about what she thought? Of course he didn’t. He was simply being the Earl of Linnet, a little stiff, cer- 54 KAREN RANNEY tainly haughty. Still, the mention of France brought back Janet’s story. She was not given to overt acts of empathy. Most of the time she studied people simply with an eye to composition, the curve of a cheek, the highlights in the hair, the exact shade of their skin. She was an observer, and rarely moved to involve herself with the subject of her intense scrutiny.
Delmont had been witness to one of the worst moments of Robert’s life, and the A SCOTSMAN IN LOVE 29 memory would forever affect how the other man viewed him. Delmont had been the one to ﬁnd the overturned carriage on the road leading to his estate. All Robert could remember was that the horses had become frightened by something—a noise, a rabbit, the scent of some other animal. The driver hadn’t been able to control them, and the carriage had tumbled off the road and down a steep embankment. Delmont and his men had righted the carriage, and found Amelia and Penelope.