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Gilding Lillian (Legacies Book 2)

by DawnMarie Richards

Gilding Lillian (Legacies Book 2) by [Richards, DawnMarie]

When Griffin Bennett returns home, two surprises await him … he has been named the sole heir to the family fortune and he finds himself undeniably in lust with his father’s grieving widow. Gilding Lillian by DawnMarie Richards is Book 2 of her contemporary romance series, Legacies. Sexual attraction marked their beginning, but l – o – v – e could spell their end. What will it take to convince her reluctant heart?

Griffin Bennett returns to his childhood home unprepared. Despite his long absence, he learns he has been named the sole heir to the fortunes of two venerated Bostonian families. Possibly even more disturbing is his reaction to his father’s widow, a stunning woman whose mere presence provokes vivid images of sex in wildflower meadows.

Lillian Gustave Milton Bennett has always enjoyed men, even marrying a select few. But when circumstances conspire to keep her in the family home with her deceased husband’s estranged son, a mutual sexual attraction becomes an unwelcome complication. She resists, but it becomes clear the most efficient way to exorcise the man, and his odd effect, from her psyche is to sleep with him.

Griffin is well aware Lillian wants nothing more than to work him out of her system, but in a few short weeks his feelings for her have grown from the primitive to the sublime. Realizing her next husband awaits, Griffin struggles to make her understand. But for Lillian, love is an excess, an unnecessary construct, and Griffin’s heartfelt declarations are not enough to make her stay.

https://www.amazon.com/Gilding-Lillian-Legacies-Book-2-ebook/dp/B00VQFSRCQ

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