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  • The Lady's Cold Heart

    Jane Cavanagh watched in fascination as Viscount Berkshire actually cried tears in her presence! He actually thought his broken heart deserved better treatment. She had thought him strong, but obviously she was greatly mistaken. He began to beg, dropped to one knee to ask her to marry him, but her cold heart just didn’t care. She tried to stir up emotion but, as always, felt absolutely nothing but indifference. She hoped his shock at hearing of all her lovers would not cause him to die at her feet, as she had a social function to attend to in the next hour. She told him she was never sorry for anything she did, and she doubted she would be in the future. He was fun, but now she was bored and it was his time to leave her. With her unfeeling heart, any cruel words a man uttered bounced harmlessly off and fell at her feet, powerless to ever hurt her. It took her only a few seconds to forget about Neville as she walked away. Jane joined the other ladies at her Aunt’s house as she listened for gossip on the next available man she might want. Jane’s relationships had all been pleasurable, she never understood the gnawing emptiness she felt in her soul. When the ladies finally left, Aunt Millicent asked Jane to remain. She wanted to let Jane know that Colonel Matthew Rutland, a wealthy and respected decorated war hero, and Jane’s first love, had been back for two months now! His wife had passed away the previous year. Matthew had seduced her at 18, then left for 9 years to fulfill his dream in the military. The pain of his abandonment still hurt. Matthew returned home and found his good friend Neville visiting. The two talked about old times and how everyone in Neville’s family had been doing. When Matthew teased about a lady in his life, he was upset and confessed to his broken heart. He told Matthew how he had hoped to marry her, but she only wanted to play until she got bored. He would introduce Matthew to some other ladies that could entertain him until he found a woman to marry. The two of them attended the next ball together. Jane spotted Neville who was facing her, talking to a man whose back was to her. She quickly crossed the room, not hearing her Aunt’s warning not to do so! When Matthew turned around, she dropped her champagne glass. From the resulting terse conversation between Jane and Neville, Matthew realized she was the lady who had hurt his friend. As quickly as she could, Jane returned to the other side of the room where her Aunt tried to console her. What would she do now? Her heart was ripped out seeing Matthew again, even more handsome now. Can she avoid him for the rest of the Season? Or will he try to make contact? Are they sworn enemies, or is there still something left that might be nurtured? I must say that this book offered a powerful emotional start! The reader will immediately see that Jane is not a nice human being at all. She has closed off all feeling and allowed her own self-indulgent pleasures to be the only thing she lets herself feel. Matthew has been through loss of a wife he loved and his stillborn son. Is there anything that could pull the two of them together again, or has their pain and loss been too devastating for both to try again?

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  • A second chance

    In Lady Jane, Lady Jane Cavanagh has her heart broken by Matthew Rutland when he chooses to join the military rather than propse to her. She decides that living her life as a proper lady isn't what she wants so she has a series of affairs. When Rutland returns to London looking for a bride, he finds Lady Jane much different from the woman he left. I like how Rutland works to rekindle his relationship with Lady Jane. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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