For the First Time (Ryland Brothers, Book 2)
No love blazes hotter
than the one who burns
For the 1st Time
Devlin Ryland has lower back to London in triumph, acclaimed through the urban for his braveness at Waterloo and selfless rescue of a fellow soldier. yet Devlin desires no a part of his newfound glory -- until eventually he escapes to the rustic property of a chum and encounters the single lady for whom he might gladly play the hero: the statuesque good looks girl Blythe Christian. regrettably, the girl who so stirs his passions wishes not anything in any respect to do with England's heralded champion.
The guy Devlin kept was once Blythe's betrothed…who then heartlessly married one other. Now the discomfort in simple terms intensifies whilst Devlin is close to -- although, fact be informed, she isn't really unmoved through the power of his personality and his significant charms. yet with heartbreak so clean in her reminiscence, how can noble Devlin persuade Blythe to belief again…because simply then can he exhibit her what it's to be enjoyed for the 1st time.