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Description She wanted it all, the high life, the fancy balls, the rich and handsome husband. Well now she's got it. But at what price? Product Description Darla is beautiful, from the pin curls on her head to the velvet dark skin that adorned her body. Though vain, she's the cream of the crop, and every man adores her simply for her ethereal beauty. That is Description She wanted it all, the high life, the fancy balls, the rich and handsome husband. Well now she's got it. But at what price? Product Description Darla is beautiful, from the pin curls on her head to the velvet dark skin that adorned her body. Though vain, she's the cream of the crop, and every man adores her simply for her ethereal beauty. That is until one man winds Darla down a path of destruction that is sure to consume her. Can she and her sisters make it out 1840s London? Excerpt "You look like an angel." Jane smiled softly as they left her sister and began the same procedure with her. This time Mathilda fluffed the skirts and Cissy did the buttons, allowing one another's hands a much needed rest. It was a topic that was never debated: dressing the four women in the house was the most laborious task a lady's maid attended to. The women needed constant changing for the day's happenings, but the first dressing was always the worst, having to set the stays for the day, lace the boots, starch the petticoats, curl their hair, close their dresses, and place their jewellery. And they did this every day, only to strip the girls of their day gowns within a few short hours. "I would much prefer you in the green, but you do look lovely." Darla said, turning to the dressing table and looking at them both in the mirror. The two maids vanished out of the room with the girl's nightrails and nightcaps. Jane looked in the mirror as well, and smiled wryly at the sight. It never changed, and it never would. Darla was ethereally beautiful, standing rather tall for her age of seventeen, and with the figure of a younger, and more beautiful Venus. Darla had been drawing the attention of many a suitor since she was a girl of thirteen, having always looked older than she was with her ample bust and her slight waist. She possessed the complexion of the night sky, and her hair was so dark it appeared to be that of a raven’s wing. These were the features that held her far above the attractions of the other girls her age in the eyes of London's men; bachelors, or otherwise. Darla possessed the perfectly balanced blend of their mother and father, with their father's primary coloring, and their mother's perfectly balanced features, and due to a lack of production in melanin, strikingly cyan blue eyes. Darla fighting for her sister's right to wear a dress that was more flattering to her appearance was useless when she stood next to her in comparison, and everyone knew it.


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Description She wanted it all, the high life, the fancy balls, the rich and handsome husband. Well now she's got it. But at what price? Product Description Darla is beautiful, from the pin curls on her head to the velvet dark skin that adorned her body. Though vain, she's the cream of the crop, and every man adores her simply for her ethereal beauty. That is Description She wanted it all, the high life, the fancy balls, the rich and handsome husband. Well now she's got it. But at what price? Product Description Darla is beautiful, from the pin curls on her head to the velvet dark skin that adorned her body. Though vain, she's the cream of the crop, and every man adores her simply for her ethereal beauty. That is until one man winds Darla down a path of destruction that is sure to consume her. Can she and her sisters make it out 1840s London? Excerpt "You look like an angel." Jane smiled softly as they left her sister and began the same procedure with her. This time Mathilda fluffed the skirts and Cissy did the buttons, allowing one another's hands a much needed rest. It was a topic that was never debated: dressing the four women in the house was the most laborious task a lady's maid attended to. The women needed constant changing for the day's happenings, but the first dressing was always the worst, having to set the stays for the day, lace the boots, starch the petticoats, curl their hair, close their dresses, and place their jewellery. And they did this every day, only to strip the girls of their day gowns within a few short hours. "I would much prefer you in the green, but you do look lovely." Darla said, turning to the dressing table and looking at them both in the mirror. The two maids vanished out of the room with the girl's nightrails and nightcaps. Jane looked in the mirror as well, and smiled wryly at the sight. It never changed, and it never would. Darla was ethereally beautiful, standing rather tall for her age of seventeen, and with the figure of a younger, and more beautiful Venus. Darla had been drawing the attention of many a suitor since she was a girl of thirteen, having always looked older than she was with her ample bust and her slight waist. She possessed the complexion of the night sky, and her hair was so dark it appeared to be that of a raven’s wing. These were the features that held her far above the attractions of the other girls her age in the eyes of London's men; bachelors, or otherwise. Darla possessed the perfectly balanced blend of their mother and father, with their father's primary coloring, and their mother's perfectly balanced features, and due to a lack of production in melanin, strikingly cyan blue eyes. Darla fighting for her sister's right to wear a dress that was more flattering to her appearance was useless when she stood next to her in comparison, and everyone knew it.

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    Hardly a romance novel This story was too long and nothing romantic about it. Instead of turning the Duke into a rapist I feeling I could have done with out him all together.

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