The Viscount – Chapter Five



Chastity checked her appearance in the mirror. Only the front of her hair was pulled up loosely, and the rest fell freely in the light-brown curls, which turned red in the sunlight. She was wearing Spanish Cimarron jeans and a kelly green Ralph Lauren polo shirt that a friend had given her, who had been unable to take off her pregnancy weight. She put on mascara and lip gloss, but kept the rest of her look natural. She hated herself for wanting to impress him.

But she knew she couldn’t lie to herself either …

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I am the daughter of a symphony musician who was raised in upstate New York, and I simply breathe all things classical, be it music or 19th century literature (English and Russian). I married Sir Renaissance in New York City, and before I knew it, he had swept me up and brought me back home to his own country. So here we are. Three children, a rather ordinary life in a rather exceptional place. I am now ‘A Lady in France.’

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5 comments on “The Viscount – Chapter Five
  1. Poor little Thomas…
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  2. Alison says:

    I feel sorry for Marc, even though he was a jerk.
    And I like Thomas. :)
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