British and American Tanks of World War II; The Complete by Peter Chamberlain

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He did, after all, consider himself her unofficial guardian, and had acted as such ever since her father passed away a year ago, six years after she lost her mother. Lord Radley wished to see her safely and happily married with children, because she was now completely alone in the world. She had indeed been very lonely since her mother’s passing. She’d even been lonely during her brief marriage to the vicar. Especially then, she supposed, for she had married him only to remove herself from her father’s home, so as not to burden him with her undesirable presence any longer.

Lord Radley wished to see her safely and happily married with children, because she was now completely alone in the world. She had indeed been very lonely since her mother’s passing. She’d even been lonely during her brief marriage to the vicar. Especially then, she supposed, for she had married him only to remove herself from her father’s home, so as not to burden him with her undesirable presence any longer. She still remembered the day he told her the vicar had asked for her hand in marriage .

Who didn’t? He was the country’s most celebrated sportsman. He was charming in public, a hero to the children, and he set the standard for excellence among sailors and shipwrights all over the world. Not to mention the fact that the more voracious gossips in London enjoyed the delicious tittletattle about him behind closed doors: that the only thing their champion racer liked better than a fast boat was a fast woman. Evelyn knew that better than anyone, didn’t she? She’d seen it firsthand ten years ago.

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