By Sabrina Jeffries

" * livid at his grandmother’s ultimatum to marry or lose his inheritance, Lord Jarret Sharpe wagers his luck—and his heart—at the cardboard desk opposed to a impossible opponent.
* Mired in scandal after his parents’ mysterious deaths, infamous gambler Lord Jarret Sharpe consents to tamely run the kin brewery for a 12 months if his Machiavellian grandmother rescinds her ultimatum that he marry. however the gambler in him can’t withstand while beguiling Annabel Lake proposes a bet. If she wins their card online game, he needs to aid shop her family’s foundering brewery. but when he wins, she needs to spend an evening in his mattress. the end result units off a series of occasions that threatens to smash all his plans . . . and unveils the key Annabel has held for therefore lengthy. whilst Jarret discovers the darker reason for her guess, he forces her into one other one—and this time he intends to win not only her physique, yet her heart.
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Bäume wuchsen auf den Felsen, man fragte sich, wie, Kräuter, Brombeersträucher und Büsche krallten sich an den nackten Stein. Barfuß gingen wir die Wege entlang. Liefen, das zusammenge­ rollte Handtuch im Nacken, mit roten Knien, ab­ geschürften Fingern und schweißklebendem Haar zwischen den glühenden Felsen umher. Die Sonne brannte auf unseren Lidern. Wir hängten unsere Kleider an die Zweige eines Baums, machten einen Kopfsprung ins türkisfarbene Wasser und schwam­ men zur Insel. Die anderen waren schon dort, kau­ ten auf Holzstückchen, rauchten und schauten dabei in den azurblauen Himmel, redeten mit un­ endlich ernsten Mienen über alles und nichts und strichen sich mit der Hand gedankenverloren über ihre gebräunten Oberkörper.

Die Fernsehshow Les Chiffres et les Lettres in Zim­ 40 Klippen merlautstärke, Tiere unserer Welt am Sonntagabend, den Zucchiniauflauf im Ofen. Mathe und Gram­ matik. Auswendiglernen, Löschpapier. Schutz­ umschläge. Und meine Mutter, das Eisen in der Hand, hinter ihrem Bügelbrett im Wohnzimmer. Von Zeit zu Zeit schaue ich sie an, ich kann sie von meinem Platz aus sehen. Ihr Blick wird starr, und plötzlich hebt sie das Bügeleisen waagrecht an und verharrt mehrere Sekunden, die Stunden dauern, in dieser Position, und auf mich wirkt es, als über­ legte sie, ob sie das Eisen über den Stoff gleiten las­ sen oder auf ihr Gesicht drücken, ihre Haut, ihre Wangenknochen, ihre Augen und ihre Stirn ver­ sengen soll.

Der Himmel war sternenlos, undurchdring­ lich und schwarz, die Nacht nur in der Nähe der Straßenlaternen etwas heller. Ich weiß noch, dass ich in dieser Nacht so stark wie noch nie das Ge­ fühl hatte, dass das Meer in dem Maß anschwoll, grollte und brüllte, wie alles ringsumher in Schlaf versank, es erfüllte den Raum und bedeckte die Welt. Unter dem abwesenden Mond verließ meine Mutter das Bett, in dem mein Vater schnarchte. Leise drehte sie den Schlüssel um. Sie ging den langen Strand entlang, und wir sahen sie nicht.

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