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By Nancy Martin

ISBN-10: 045122082X

ISBN-13: 9780451220820

Nora Blackbird has made the society pages once more. The impoverished Philadelphia heiress has agreed to wed Mick Abruzzo, son of latest Jersey's so much infamous mobster-if he can live to tell the tale the Blackbird Curse. each time a Blackbird sister remarries, the groom is certain to die...

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Then she turned and saw me. “I’m okay,” she called. ” “She’s with me,” Michael said. The playful child with blond curls and the pink tutu made a picture standing beside him—a tall and hulking man with a face better suited for a dockyard than a polo match. Neither one of them belonged at today’s posh event. Lucy was a kindergarten delinquent, and Michael had probably been one, too. Now he had more sex appeal than six Main Line lacrosse players. His shoulders were delicious, and he had a walk that was both tight and slouchy and often made me think I should wash out my brain with a bar of soap.

He leaned my way with amusement in his eyes. ” I wrapped one arm around him and instinctively lifted my other hand to touch the wound. It was already swollen and looked angry. “What kind of accident? ” Michael avoided my fingertips with a twist of his head. “This morning, driving into town. ” He shrugged. ” “I think he hit a porcupine,” Lucy volunteered. She pointed her weapon at his chin. “A doctor sewed his skin with a needle. ” “It hurt like hell, in fact. ” “Is the rest of you okay? ” He smiled.

His intelligent eyes and rarely bestowed smile had made many women weak in the knees, but he was still single. The fact that he could cut an arrogant restaurateur down to size with very few words made him a fun cocktail-party guest. I’d hate to find him sitting down at my dinner table, though. His culinary standards were dauntingly high. Today Crewe wore a pair of flannel trousers, and a crisp white shirt with rep tie beneath the standardissue Brooks Brothers blazer—a uniform for any wellborn Philadelphian.

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