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A Lady Never Surrenders (Hellions of Halstead Hall, Book 5) by Sabrina Jeffries

By Sabrina Jeffries

New York occasions bestselling writer Sabrina Jeffries delights readers with the ultimate novel in her attractive Regency Hellions of Hallstead corridor romance sequence, that includes woman Celia Sharpe and the upstanding Bow road runner, Pinter.

Lady Celia Sharpe has regularly been cautious of marriage…but now her destiny will depend on it.

With months left to discover a husband and satisfy her grandmother’s ultimatum, Celia units her points of interest on 3 eligible bachelors. changing into betrothed to 1 of those filthy rich, high-ranking males would certainly turn out her capable of having married, so optimistically the marriage itself won’t be priceless for Celia to obtain her inheritance. Step of her audacious plan is hiring the darkish and dangerously compelling Bow road Runner, Jackson Pinter, to enquire the 3 males she’s chosen.

With woman Celia bedeviling Jackson’s days and nights, the very last thing he desires is to assist her discover a husband. And while she recollects shadowed thoughts that lead his research into her parents’ mysterious deaths in a brand new course, placing her at risk, Jackson realizes the one guy he desires Celia to marry is himself!

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Après l'exposé des faits, les légats cassèrent la sentence de déposition prononcée par Ignace contre l'archevêque de Syracuse. Reprenant alors l'affaire de l'élection d'Ignace, Rodoald et Zacharie exigèrent soixante-douze témoins à charge. Les Byzan tins cherchèrent à réduire ce nombre à cinq ou six, selon les usages orientaux, mais on dut finalement procéder au recru tement massif des témoignages **. * Au sujet des citations de Nestorius à Êphèse et de Dioscore à Chalcédoine, cf. -Th. Camelot, Êphèse et Chalcédoine (HCO 2), 51 et 127-128.

Paul, métropolite de Césarée et porte-parole de l'Église byzantine — Photius n'assitait pas aux séances — s'exprima presque dans les mêmes termes. On n'évoquait de nouveau cette cause que par hommage au « très saint pape œcuménique Nicolas ». Ignace, lui, attendait des légats romains qu'ils le rétablissent sur son siège. Après les avoir salués, il leur exprima son espoir d'être jugé par eux équitablement. « C'est moi, le patriarche de Constantinople, leur déclara-t-il. Je suis le successeur des saints apôtres Jean et André.

Rentrés à Rome avant l'hiver, ils présen tèrent au pape un rapport sur leur mission. Nicolas I" fut évidemment mécontent de constater qu'ils avaient outrepassé leur mandat en approuvant la déposition d'Ignace. De plus, ils n'avaient pas obtenu que le problème de l'Ilyricum fût discuté au concile et résolu en faveur de Rome. Quelques jours plus tard arrivait dans la Ville éternelle l'am bassadeur byzantin Léon, portant des lettres de Photius et de Michel III, ainsi que les Actes du synode de Constantinople.

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