Desiring to be a mother more than anything, Sybil Smiles won't let anything stop her--particularly not being married. But she does require a willing gentleman, and the only man she dares approach is her neighbor, Hunter Lloyd. Hunter secretly adores Sybil, but after successfully defending a friend of the king, his life--and Sybil's--are in jeopardy.
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The series has devolved. This installment sees Hunter Lloyd, a barrister, and Sibyl Smiles, sister of Meg Smiles, heroine of "All Smiles" become involved. Sibyl has decided for some inexplicable ... Read full review
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