By Elizabeth Moss
Lord Trajan Randall is a rake and a whipster who holds girls in contempt. The weaker intercourse could be all rather well within the bed room or the nursery, yet past that Trajan has no need nor appreciate for them. that is why woman Caroline comes to a decision to coach him a lesson. A lesson the dashingly good-looking Lord Randall won't ever forget.The Viscount doesn't think within the "Petticoat Club", a mythical gang of ladies who take their revenge on rakes and noblemen like him. yet all that's approximately to change.-- road theft, abduction and wanton behaviour abound during this brief attractive Regency novella from Elizabeth Moss. This novel is written in regular united kingdom English, no longer American English.This is a sequel to 'Poppeia and the Petticoat membership' through Elizabeth Moss.
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His voice was quite changed from the one he had used to deceive their visitors. ’ ‘We can’t stay here. ’ Her servant glanced at their prisoner, then back at her. ‘I say we strip him and leave him on the road for his friends to pick up. ’ She bit her lip, reluctant to concede defeat so readily, but nodded. He was right, of course. What else could they do? To stay here would be to risk almost certain discovery and disgrace. Joseph might be her servant, but she had long trusted him and looked to him for advice and discretion when planning her Petticoat Club adventures.
His eyebrows rose coldly. ’ ‘Not at present, no. Though I will admit to a certain trepidation while you were pointing that pistol at my head earlier,’ his lordship replied, a bite to his voice that had not been there before. ‘Those particular pistols are finely balanced weapons. I own a pair myself. But they are possessed of a hair-trigger. The merest slip of your finger and I would have been unable to oblige you in any way tonight. ’ Their eyes met for a long moment. Her gaze dropped compulsively to his mouth: strong, rakish, uncompromising, his lips parted slightly, as though impatient for hers.
Once Joseph had set heels to his sturdy cob and clattered away into the wood, Caroline returned to the upstairs room and pushed the trapdoor open with a thundering heart. Lord Randall turned his head to study her in silence, his face still in darkness, the candles unlit. Her mouth dry, she closed the trapdoor and approached him, glad of the mask which concealed her growing flush. They were utterly alone together now, with a good hour or more before Joseph returned with the carriage. Moonlight lay across the wooden floor, spilling through the shutters across the window.
A Most Dangerous Lady by Elizabeth Moss