By Carol Marinelli
Bookish heiress Karin has failed in her first act of defiance! She's attempted to take again the emblem of every thing reliable in her existence, yet ruthless billionaire Xante Rossi has stuck her red-handed!Why is that this shy good looks stealing from him? Xante is intrigued. Karin's purity belies the corruption her kinfolk identify represents. to avoid wasting her from scandal and discover the reality, he will make a suggestion. If Karin wishes her necessary heirloom, she'll need to earn it again in his bed room!
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Two,’ Xante answered. ’ Even allowing for poor translation, his words stung. ’ Karin frowned. ’ He saw her eyes narrow. ‘We are in Greece now, Karin, not London, and as I have already explained things move slower here. ’ Which she assumed meant going back to bed. ’ Karin attempted anything to stave things off. ’ He refused to make small talk, to be drawn into her games. Reminding himself what she was here for, he drained his coffee and stood up. ’ She couldn’t. html She could hear the gush of the water, as the door was left ajar and she sat, trailing her spoon through her yoghurt, feeling sick.
Karin offered her thanks and headed for her car, turned on the engine and let it sit idling for a moment, trying to think of the bright side—because there was always a bright side, apparently. At least David hadn’t gone to the press. Nothing like a dash of impotence to ensure a man never sold his tale! She managed a wry smile as she passed the pubs her grandfather had taken her to for many a Sunday lunch, knowing he was watching over her. Xante wasn’t having a good night either. Okay, he wasn’t freezing in the empty stands at Twickenham.
You think your money can get you anything…’ She was furious and hurting, and wanted him to share her pain. ’ ‘Oh, but I think it can. ’ He opened the box he was holding. She stared at her beloved rose—at Emily’s future, glittering and twinkling. It was almost within her grasp, perhaps for the last time ever. The preposterous sum Xante had paid for it, the same sum Matthew had quickly blown, meant she would never be able to afford to buy it back. ’ Xante glowered. ‘Every last penny of it. ’ Xante retorted.
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