By Caitlin Crews
Behind the implementing partitions of the citadel, free-spirited Bethany Vassal came upon that her whirlwind marriage to Prince Leo Di Marco was once not anything just like the fairy story she'd imagined. sooner than lengthy, the forgotten princess ran away, hoping the guy she fell in love with might in the future see experience and are available and locate her….
Marrying Bethany is the single reckless factor Leo has ever performed, and now he's paying the fee. The time has come for him to supply a royal heir—and Bethany needs to go back to the very fortress from which she fled!
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But it was as if that was from another life. “I only want to be divorced from you. ” he asked, his voice cutting and sarcastic. ” He was not a man who believed in impassioned displays—particularly in public, where he was forever being held up against the example of his family’s long legacy—but this woman had always provoked him like no other. Tonight her eyes were too blue, her mouth set in too firm a line. It clawed at him. “I understand how it must cut at you,” he continued coldly. “To live in such unearned luxury.
It is nothing so deep as disgust,” she said, her voice a thread of sound, her eyes too bright. She cleared her throat. ” “You are a liar, then and now,” he said, reluctantly intrigued by the shadows that chased through her bright blue eyes. He was not surprised when she moved away from him, putting more space between their bodies as if that might dampen the heat they generated between them. As if anything ever could. “That is almost funny, Leo,” she said in a quiet voice, her gaze dark. ” he asked softly, watching her school her expressive face into the smooth blandness he hated.
It was far, far easier to be angry than to confront what he knew lay beneath. And he had vowed that he would never show her his vulnerabilities—never again. Revenge would be sweet, he decided, and he would have no qualms whatsoever in extracting it. He thought then of that confusing vulnerability he’d thought he’d seen but dismissed it. Di Marcos did not divorce. Ever. The Princess Di Marco, Principessa di Felici, had two duties: to support her husband in all he did, and to bear him heirs to secure the title.
Princess from the Past by Caitlin Crews