By Laura Lee Guhrke
A passionate, wealthy, and beautifully relocating romance from RITA Award–winning writer Laura Lee Guhrke.
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It was as lush as a caress. She felt her blush deepening, her tenseness easing into something else. As unexpectedly as last night, heat stirred inside her. "I am a virtuous woman," she blurted out without thinking. He didn't blink and eye. " Grace folded her arms and took a deep, steadying breath, wanting to bite her tongue off for saying what should never have to be said. " That smile vanished, much to her relief. He sat straight on the bed. "Before we discuss it, I must tell you there is a catch.
He choked. "For God's sake, how do you even know about such things? Never mind," he added at once, realizing that this was hardly a topic one discussed with a child. " She rested her chin on her cotton-covered knees, sucking on her candy and eying him with a wise sort of skepticism. He didn't want to know how she had acquired it. "She is not my mistress," he answered, telling himself his answer was the truth, at this moment anyway. "And we are not going to talk about this again. " She slid off the chaise longue, but instead of going toward the door, she moved to stand beside him.
Grace looked at him, helpless to explain. She felt history repeating itself, and she did not know why. She was nothing like what an artist's lover ought to be. She was practical, serious-minded, moral, and not exciting at all. It was so strange, she thought, that not one but two men of genius could see the same thing in her, something that captivated their imaginations and inspired them to create works of art. She did not understand it, for she was so very ordinary. Muses, she knew, did not exist.