By Diana Palmer
Love conflict Teddie Whitehall longed to flee from her aggravating existence as a brand new York version, and a summer season within the wilds of Canada together with her most sensible friend's kinfolk sounded ideal. yet smug rancher Kingston Deveraux appeared purpose on making her believe whatever yet welcome. Teddie knew King used to be confident she used to be not anything yet a glamorous playgirl. She additionally Knew the reality wasn't approximately to alter his brain. So why did she believe so alive whilst he was once close to? Giving her center to a guy who despised her used to be undesirable sufficient. yet why did she need to cross and fall in love along with her most sensible buddies brother?
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Her eyes closed blissfully. " She looked as if she had every single blessing in the world as she said it. If Teddi had any doubts about her friend's emotional involvement with Blakely, that settled them. " she asked her friend. "I may have to call on every single friend I have in the world and all my acquaintances to get around King," Jenna said miserably. "He'll say I'm too young, that Blakely won't be able to give me what I want, that I won't settle . " All of which was just what King had told Teddi, and she had to look away to keep her best friend from reading it in her expressive face.
She added with a malicious smile. " Jenna grinned. "I think I'll go look for a few rocks to tuck in among the lumps," Teddi said with a wan smile. " She walked out, a slim, dejected figure, and two pairs of pained, sympathetic eyes followed her. - She was expecting King to confront her and minutes later he found her in the moonlit garden behind the house and paused just in front of her. "Bruce told me what good friends you two were," he mocked. His darkening gray eyes cut at her as he spoke. " "But this evening's performance convinced you," she replied.
I didn't realize until this minute just how much I miss Miss Peake. " "You're very welcome," Teddi replied, trying not to let the exploding emotions she was feeling show in her voice. "At least the biscuits don't bounce," King observed, leaning back and cocking an amused eyebrow at her. " Mary chided. "Why, I thought Teddi's first efforts were . . admirable," she said, searching for a polite way to describe Teddi's attempt to make the same biscuits several years earlier. "I've no quarrel with that," King replied.
Darling Enemy by Diana Palmer