Quotes from “Dreaming of You” by Lisa Kleypas

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He had grown up in the streets—born in the gutter, nursed through infancy by a group of ragged prostitutes, and educated in his youth by criminals of every kind
He had grown up in the streets—born in the gutter, nursed through infancy by a group of ragged prostitutes, and educated in his youth by criminals of every
e present, Sara answered Derek’s earlier comment. “Lydia has black hair, green eyes, and your mouth and chin, and you say she looks like me?”
“She has your nose,” Derek pointed out. “And your temperament.”
Sara laughed, standing up and folding a light blanket into a neat square. “I suppose it’s my temperament when she wakes the household in the middle of the night with her scr
“Here, now!” she called out, trying to make her voice strong and authoritative. “I insist that you stop at once!”
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