by Kate Hofman
The Dark Castle Lords
Rey has just recovered from serious injuries sustained when his ex-fiancée lost control of her convertible. He buys the cottage next-door to old Jane DeVilliers, who often has nieces staying with her. He hopes the quiet atmosphere of the cottage enclave will help his writing.
Jane's niece, Margot, is staying with her, doing housekeeping, massaging Jane's arthritis. Rey needs someone to type his text into his computer, and after some problems, Margot goes to work for him. When he proposes marriage, Jane is furious, she will lose her willing slave. She does her best to sabotage the young couple, interrupting and interfering whenever she can. But she can't stop their wedding. Rey is too clever for Jane: he buys a condo in a building famous for its security. Jane can no longer bother them at will.
Rey tells Margot that he'd like to wait a few years before thinking about a child. She agrees, only to find a few weeks later that, when she agreed, she was pregnant already.
She decides to leave Rey, have the child by herself, and let him choose later if he still wants her and the child.
Will he allow this?
Will Jane succeed in driving a wedge between them?
Jane Devilliers is at it again. This time interfering with Rey and Margot, Jane's niece. Will she succeed in separating them for all time, or will they get back together for the sake of their baby? Makes for interesting reading to watch the old gal at work -- and Rey for that matter.
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