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Violet Winspear - Bride's Lace

Violet Winspear - Bride's Lace

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"I'm willing to let your brother go free, " he told Bliss, as soon as you and I are married...."
"I'm willing to let your brother go free, " he told Bliss, as soon as you and I are married...."

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Published by: JaneGirl80 on Aug 06, 2011
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If Bliss wanted to keep her brother out of serious trouble,and if she didn't want to lose her beloved family home, shehad only one option open to her: to marry the formidableGreek Paris Apollonaris. But why should Paris be so anxiousto marry her? He had forced his way into her heart—but hedid not love her, and never would . . .
 To love is nothing, To be loved is something, To love and be lovedIs everythingGreek proverb.
Bride’s LaceViolet WinspearCHAPTER ONEBliss knew that the Club Cassandra was in Curzon Street inMayfair, where the shadowy figure of a flower-seller wasrumoured to drift through the entrance leaving behind her alingering scent of the violets in her basket.As she walked through those same doors Bliss thought of the story which her employer, the clairvoyant Madame Lilian,had stated to be a possibility. She brushed raindrops fromher lynx-fur jacket and reflected that on an evening such asthis certain environs of London did have a haunted look thatplayed on the imagination.There was a large Victorian mirror in the foyer of the cluband she paused a moment to study herself. Her eyes lookedtoo large for her face . . . she looked anxious and uncertain,and somehow too vulnerable, despite the fur jacket over herlong pale dress. Bliss had bought the jacket in a Nearly Newboutique and this was the first time she had worn it. She hadhoped it would give her a look of assurance, but there wasno hiding the fact that she was as tense and nervous as acat in a strange house.When she had telephoned for this appointment with ParisApollonaris he had said he would be at the club at nine; hisvoice over the line had sounded inflexible and foreign. Therehad been no need for her to explain why she wished to see

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