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Three Complete Novels of Earls and Their Ladies
Three Complete Novels of Earls and Their Ladies Author:Barbara Cartland #1 - A Gentleman in Love: — Thalia walked slowly across the lawn, through the rose garden, to the lily pond. "It is a place for lovers," she thought instinctively. Then she drew her breath as if the thought stabbed her like a sharp dagger. — "You are not crying, Thalia?" came an unexpected voice. It was the Earl, standing beside her, his grey eye... more »s holding her captive. Then ... more »he pulled her into his arms, holding her close against him. She was trembling with the ecstasy he had evoked in her and she thought he was trembling too.
Then he was kissing her wildly, passionately, and a fire leapt within them both, until Thalia seemed to break under the strain of it and she hid her face against his shoulder.
"How soon will you marry me?" he asked at last.
#2 - Gift of the Gods:
"Shall we find out if the second time we kiss each other is as wonderful as the first?" He did not wait for her answer, but his lips were on hers and Alisa knew at the first touch of them that this was what she had been longing and yearning for and thought she would never know again. The strength of his arms holding her against him and the wonde... more »r of his kiss brought the rapturous feeling that she had known before, moving through her breasts, up her throat, and onto her lips. Then he was carrying her into the sky and they were one with the stars.
#3 - Music from the Heart:
Music from the Heart by Barbara Cartland
"I think I... ought to... go away," Ilouka managed to say.
The Earl of Lavenham smiled again. "Do you really think I would let you do that?" he asked.
Ilouka stared at him as if she could not believe what he was saying. Then as she was trying to find words he put his fingers under her chin and turned her face up to his. Then, incredibly, so that she could hardly believe what was happening, his lips came down on hers.
Ilouka had never been kissed and she had no idea that a man's lips could make her feel as if she was his captive, and it was impossible to try to escape. When she told herself that she must struggle, she felt as if a streak of lightning swept through her body.
It was the strange ecstasy she had felt when she was dancing that seemed to come from some music within her heart and which she felt must be in the Earl's heart too, and that they listened to it together...« less