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By Barbara Cartland
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I am sorry if I intruded on your thoughts. I have been riding round my estate and thought it was time that I inspected the gardens. ' 'While you have been fault-finding, I, on the contrary, have been admiring your lordship's garden,' Caroline said. ' Lord Brecon said. ' 'Of course,' Caroline answered, extending her hand with a little gesture of invitation towards the stone steps. Even as she did so, she wondered whether as a companion she should not have risen to her feet at Lord Brecon's appearance and dropped him a curtsey.
There's one in the Castle as thinks so," she says. " I questioned; but she would not tell me. Just giggled and said that it was more than her place was worth to go telling tales. " I enquired, but she shrugged her shoulders. "It might be today, might be tomorrow or the day after," she answers. "Mr. " "There is no certainty on that," I retorted, "for his lordship is as finely set up a man as ever I have seen. If he has a son—and there is no reason to think he should not have a dozen—then where would your precious Mr.
I am happy enough here, dear boy. ' 'I know you would, and I will not plague you. ' 'No, of course not, my lord,' Caroline replied in a low voice, conscious that she could not raise her eyes to look at him and that her hands trembled as they moved among the silver tea things. 'Miss Fry has been reading to me,' Lady Brecon said. ' Lord Brecon laughed. 'Oh, George writes well enough—if only he would stick to writing! ' Lady Brecon asked. 'Very handsome; and I am told the women find his haggard pallor irresistible.
A Duel of Hearts by Barbara Cartland