His Angel of Mercy (ON TEMP. HIATUS)

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Anita By AnitaMisra Updated 3 years ago
Angelina was used to fending for herself in a lonely corner of Dartmoor with her small yet devoted household to keep her company. After her parents died and left her with only the house to call her own, Angelina's one over-ruling concern was to look after Brooklyn Grange. Her solitary existence is threatened with the advent of a stranger in the middle of a freak snowstorm; and on top of that, the man doesn't even have the courtesy of remembering his own name.
Ah, chicken pie. You've created another masterpiece! I love how jaded Angelina is. I also find the prose a lot more fluid than Rachel's Story, more intriguing for some reason too. 
                                    
                                    But I love how she is proud and steadfast, a heroine one can relate to well. I find, anyway. Now, enter suave, dashing hero to change all her perceptions and stoic ways! Go...
Ah, chicken pie. You've created another masterpiece! I love how jaded Angelina is. I also find the prose a lot more fluid than Rachel's Story, more intriguing for some reason too. 
                                    
                                    But I love how she is proud and steadfast, a heroine one can relate to well. I find, anyway. Now, enter suave, dashing hero to change all her perceptions and stoic ways! Go...
Ah, chicken pie. You've created another masterpiece! I love how jaded Angelina is. I also find the prose a lot more fluid than Rachel's Story, more intriguing for some reason too. 
                                    
                                    But I love how she is proud and steadfast, a heroine one can relate to well. I find, anyway. Now, enter suave, dashing hero to change all her perceptions and stoic ways! Go...
Ah, chicken pie. You've created another masterpiece! I love how jaded Angelina is. I also find the prose a lot more fluid than Rachel's Story, more intriguing for some reason too. 
                                    
                                    But I love how she is proud and steadfast, a heroine one can relate to well. I find, anyway. Now, enter suave, dashing hero to change all her perceptions and stoic ways! Go...
Ah, chicken pie. You've created another masterpiece! I love how jaded Angelina is. I also find the prose a lot more fluid than Rachel's Story, more intriguing for some reason too. 
                                    
                                    But I love how she is proud and steadfast, a heroine one can relate to well. I find, anyway. Now, enter suave, dashing hero to change all her perceptions and stoic ways! Go...
Ah, chicken pie. You've created another masterpiece! I love how jaded Angelina is. I also find the prose a lot more fluid than Rachel's Story, more intriguing for some reason too. 
                                    
                                    But I love how she is proud and steadfast, a heroine one can relate to well. I find, anyway. Now, enter suave, dashing hero to change all her perceptions and stoic ways! Go...