By Sophie Jordan
"First pals, then enemies . . .
Lady Aurelia hasn't continuously hated Max, Viscount Camden, her brother's ally. actually, as a besotted woman, she thrived less than his sort attention— certain that he used to be the main noble and good-looking guy within the land. till her younger center came across what demeanour of rogue he rather used to be. Now, even though she enjoys not anything greater than getting on his final nerve, she can't deny Max drives her to distraction— no matter if she attempts to fake otherwise.
Now whatever extra . . .
Max can't bear in mind a time while Aurelia didn't vex him. If she was once no longer his friend's sister, he could remain far-off from the infuriating vixen. regrettably, they're consistently thrown jointly. At events and relatives gatherings . . . she is often there. Mocking him, tossing punch in his face, riding him mad . . . until eventually one evening, she is going too a ways and he retaliates within the merely method he can: with a kiss that alterations everything.
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