To Beguile a Beast (Legend of the Four Soldiers, Book 3) by Elizabeth Hoyt
By Elizabeth Hoyt
CAN A WOUNDED BEAST . . .
Reclusive Sir Alistair Munroe has hidden in his citadel ever considering getting back from the Colonies, scarred inside and outside. but if a mysterious good looks arrives at his door, the passions he's stored suppressed for years start to wake up.
TRUST A attractiveness WITH A previous . . .
Running from previous blunders has taken mythical good looks Helen Fitzwilliam from the posh of the ton to a crumbling Scottish fortress . . . and a role as a housekeeper. but Helen is set to begin a brand new lifestyles and she or he won't permit dust-or a beast of a man-scare her away.
TO TAME HIS such a lot mystery wishes?
Beneath Helen's attractive façade, Alistair unearths a brave and sensual lady. a girl who doesn't again clear of his surliness-or his scars. yet simply as he starts to think in real love, Helen's mystery prior threatens to rip them aside. Now either Beast and wonder needs to struggle for the single factor neither believed they can ever find-a chuffed ever after.
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This patronage did not in any way alter her economic situation, nor did a review by Scott (unsigned, though the literary world would have known the reviewer's identity) improve sales substantially. A writing career could thus hardly be considered an economically viable alternative to marriage, particularly for a woman of Jane Austen's dass, and she was dear-eyed about it from the beginning. 'Single warnen have a great propensity for being poor', she wrote to a niece, and Charlotte Lucas's pronouncement on marriage as 'the only honourable provision for well-educated young women of sm all fortune', wh ich 'however uncertain of giving happi- 'BUT YOU KNOW, WE MUST MARRY' 47 ness, must be [the] pleasantest preservative from want', provided a praetieal summing-up of the situation (Pride and Prejudice), eh.
Perhaps just at present he may be undeeided; the smallness of your fortune may make hirn hang back . . There ean be no reason why you should not try for hirn ... ' (eh. 33) His logie is not very different from that of Charlotte Lueas, who also believes that seeuring a man is a matter of clever strategy: 'In nine eases out of ten a woman had better show more affeetion than she feels. When she is seeure of hirn, there will be leisure for falling in love as mueh as she ehuses' (Pride and Prejudice, eh.
There is an embarrassed avoidanee of detail at the dimaetie moment, as in Darey's proposal ('He expressed hirnself on the oeeasion as sensibly, as warmly as a man violently in love ean be supposed to do' - (Pride and Prejudice, eh. 58), in Emma's response to Knightley ('what did she say? Just what she ought of course. A lady always does' Emma, eh. 49) or the eoming together of Edmund and Fanny Priee ('exaetly at the time when it was quite natural that it should be so, and not a week earlier, Edmund eeased to eare about Miss Crawford and beeame as anxious to marry Fanny as Fanny herself eould desire' - Mansfield Park, eh.