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“Would Lord St. Vincent allow you to have access to such private information?” Daisy asked doubtfully.
Lillian countered in a droll tone, “Does he ever refuse her anything?”
Evie, who endured frequent teasing from them about Sebastian’s obvious devotion, smiled and glanced down at her wedding band as it gleamed brightly in the firelight. “Rarely,” she admitted.
That drew a mocking laugh from Lillian. “Really, someone should tell St. Vincent that he’s a living cliche. He has become the embodiment of everything they say about reformed rakes.”
Annabelle settled back into her chair and asked Evie, “Has he reformed, dear?”
Thinking of the tender, wicked, loving husband who awaited her downstairs, Evie felt her smile broaden into a grin. “Just enough,” she replied softly, and would say no more.