Have You Any Rogues

The Seldons and Dales have been mortal enemies for centuries … But that hasn't stopped the roguish Crispin, Viscount Dale, and the impetuous Lady Henrietta Seldon from waging their own battle … of the heart.

Author: Elizabeth Boyle

Publisher: Avon Impulse

ISBN: 9780062322906

Category: Fiction

Page: 176

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The Seldons and Dales have been mortal enemies for centuries … But that hasn't stopped the roguish Crispin, Viscount Dale, and the impetuous Lady Henrietta Seldon from waging their own battle … of the heart. Every stray glance, every chance encounter threatens to reveal the secret passion that keeps drawing them together. But finally, after years of flirting with disaster … Crispin and Henrietta find themselves locked in a wine cellar, and now there is no denying the love and loyalties that have lured them in and torn them apart time and time again. Will this one last chance—this tempting night of desire—ignite a fire that will never be extinguished, no matter the price?

Any Rogue Will Do

very alone, Lottie wanted to hug the woman. “Do you have an herb garden or
apothecary nearby? With lady's slipper, white willow bark, and hollyhock, we can
make a draught. All we need do is upset his stomach and then induce him to
sleep.

Author: Bethany Bennett

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1538735687

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

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In a "splendid Regency-set debut" for fans of bestselling authors Sarah MacLean, Lenora Bell, and Kerrigan Byrne, the rogue who once ruined Lady Charlotte's reputation is now the only one who can save her (Publishers Weekly, Starred Review). For exactly one season, Lady Charlotte Wentworth played the biddable female the ton expected -- and all it got her was society's mockery and derision. Now she's determined to be in charge of her own future. So when an unwanted suitor tries to manipulate her into an engagement, she has a plan. He can't claim to be her fiancé if she's engaged to someone else. Even if it means asking for help from the last man she would ever marry. Ethan, Viscount Amesbury, made a lot of mistakes, but the one he regrets the most is ruining Lady Charlotte's reputation. Going along with her charade is the least he can do to clean the slate and perhaps earn her forgiveness. Pretending to be in love with the woman he's never forgotten is easy. What isn't easy is convincing her to give him a second chance.

Have You Any Rogues

The Seldons and Dales have been mortal enemies for centuries … But that hasn't stopped the roguish Crispin, Viscount Dale, and the impetuous Lady Henrietta Seldon from waging their own battle … of the heart.

Author: Elizabeth Boyle

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 0062322885

Category: Fiction

Page: 176

View: 743

The Seldons and Dales have been mortal enemies for centuries … But that hasn't stopped the roguish Crispin, Viscount Dale, and the impetuous Lady Henrietta Seldon from waging their own battle … of the heart. Every stray glance, every chance encounter threatens to reveal the secret passion that keeps drawing them together. But finally, after years of flirting with disaster … Crispin and Henrietta find themselves locked in a wine cellar, and now there is no denying the love and loyalties that have lured them in and torn them apart time and time again. Will this one last chance—this tempting night of desire—ignite a fire that will never be extinguished, no matter the price?

Some Rogues and Vagabonds of Dickens

You'll find us at the Half Moon and Seven Stars in this village at any time , and
open to any reasonable proposition . ' And having thus endeavoured to ingratiate
himself with Mr. Pecksniff , he bade his friend Chiv " go out and see what sort of ...

Author: Charles Dickens

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Category: Dickens, Charles - Characters - Rogues and vagabonds

Page: 284

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The Christian Socialist

Q.-You would desire to have some facilities for giving security P *A.—Yes. - Q.—
What other difficulties do you perceive 2 A.—We find that any rogue may peril the
success of an association, by availing himself of what is understood to be the ...

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Report of Special Committee to Investigate the Indian Problem of the State of New York

By Mr. ROESCH : Q. If you are in favor of a change from the present form of
government , what other form would you advise ? A. Well , to have officers
elected annually ; so if all rogues get them , all have a chance . Q. Are you in
favor of ...

Author: New York (State). Legislature. Assembly. Special Committee to Investigate the Indian Problem

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Page: 1282

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The Shamrock

Them that comes to buy mait at sixpence per pound is honest as you think . There
is rogues among them , but ”not gettiog my brains for nothin ' . ” They are all
rogaos , misther ; divel resave the wan that “ Very well , Mick , will I tell h'r to come
in ...

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The London Stage

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Rogue s Gallery

"That tape recorder in your pocket won't do you any good," he said. "That's pretty
amateurish, Bob. What good will it do you if I say something at gunpoint, you
threatening to blow my head off? Hey, Detective Moser, it's me, John Spokes, I've
 ...

Author: Daniel Eller

Publisher: North Star Pressof st Cloud

ISBN: 9780878391974

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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The British Drama

As for the fish , truly , Sir , we are an inmy servant ; when , if our intrinsic value
were land town , and indifferently provided with fish ... Well , landlord , what
willing tits as any within twenty degrees ; but I you please ; but hold , I have a
small charge of can have no great ... I don't think iť lawful to harbour any rogues
but Aim .

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Letters and Journals of Samuel Gridley Howe The Greek revolution

I know the Greeks perfectly — a nation of rogues , sir ; all pirates , sir , and knaves
, ten times worse than the Turks . ” “ What is the character of the Turks , sir ? " . “
Fine fellows , honest , hospitable fellows , sir . " “ How do you know the character
 ...

Author: Samuel Gridley Howe

Publisher: Ams PressInc

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Category: Education

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Texas Rogue

look , are you ? ” " No , it might take months to complete my work in this part of
Texas . " " Oh . . . well . . . that ' s good , ” she said , striving for a nonchalance she
didn ' t really feel . " Why , Laura , I almost believe you ' d miss me if I left . " " Well ,
I ...

Author: Larue Bryant

Publisher: Zebra Books

ISBN: 9780821720271

Category: Fiction

Page: 460

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Escaping an arranged marriage to an ugly old man, Laura Nichols flees her uncle's home, but her stagecoach is attacked by outlaws--leaving her stranded in the Texas wilderness with roguish but irresistibly handsome Blake Saunders

The rogue

The Divell take you all for me ; beshrew me , if I did not thinke it had been our
Master . The very feare whereof , lest I might have stayed too long before I let him
in , hath not left me one drop of bloud in all my body . It ' s very well , what ' s the ...

Author: James Nabbe

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Dicks standard plays

Do you Orlick . ( Aside . ) Half - holiday , eh ! He's up to man and his wife ? And ,
furthermore -- if so be as something . ... I'd be a match for all noodles and all
Come , I only want one word - yes or no ! rogues ; and I couldn't be a match for
the ...

Author: John Thomas Dicks

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Rogues and Vagabonds from Swift Bunyan Defoe Francis Godwin Henry Neville and Aphra Behn

Well, says I, Mouchat, and would you have been satisfied to be hanged to save
me? Yes, yes, says he, be truly hangee, to beggee you. But why do you love me
so well, Mouchat? said I. Did you no beggee me, he says, at the great master?
you ...

Author: Reginald Brimley Johnson

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Page: 142

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Once a Week

But have you any other It was a quiet neighbourhood , with two or experience of
the Long Firm ? ... Never for a inoment did I " • Why , ' said I , ' I half suspect you
know imagine that any rogue could make money out my message , ' because you
 ...

Author: Eneas Sweetland Dallas

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Defoe s Review

A. Don't tell me , I say , they were be . And now , Gentlemen Complainen , you
tray'd then by cheir Pilots ; from the Admie that cry out of Rugues , and betraying
we çals duwa coche Pilots they are all Rogues . to the Frencle , and cbe liks ,
there ...

Author: Arthur Wellesley Secord

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Midnight Rogue

you ask ? ” of Dermott or of any of the men guarding you . You're safe with them ...
as long as you don't try to escape . ” Gabrielle turned toward him unexpectedly ,
her expression intently sober . “ Did you tell your men not to talk to me ?

Author: Elaine Barbieri

Publisher: Zebra Books

ISBN: 9780821750384

Category: Fiction

Page: 384

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Sheltered convent school student Gabrielle Dubay is horrified when she is abducted by ship captain Rogan Whitney, who seeks to avenge himself on Gabrielle's father for branding him a pirate. Original.

Western Rogues

"You any relation to the Carlisle Furniture Factory?" Sunny nodded, unable to
prevent her pride from bubbling forth. "I run it — for my grandfather." Zach nodded
, impressed. "So what do you do for entertainment on Saturday nights?" he asked
 ...

Author: Annette Broadrick

Publisher: Harlequin Books

ISBN: 9780373217298

Category: Fiction

Page: 443

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Two full-length novels capture the spirit of the Wild West in Annette Broadrick's Lean, Mean & Lonesome, in which a mercenary returns to his hometown to help a woman find her missing brother and discovers a love of a lifetime, and A Shotgun Wedding by Cathy Gillen Thacker, about a physician who finds himself forced into marriage thanks to scandal. Reprint.

Masterworks of Children s Literature The early years c 1550 c 1739

How dare you presume to do this? Are you so careless of your life? Do you not
care what you do? I'le make thee an example for all rogues under the sun; dost
thou not see how many heads hang upon yonder tree that have offended my law!

Author: Jonathan Cott

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Category: Children's literature

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