By Mary Balogh
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I daresay he will—” Her voice trailed off. Her husband had turned on her. ” It was an absurd question. Young Mr. Mason had sat within feet of them at church every Sunday when both families were at home in the country. He always leered when Annabelle glanced his way or raised an ironical eyebrow or pursed his lips in a suggestion of a kiss. He was, as her mother had just said, very handsome. “I will not marry him,” Annabelle said quickly. “I do not care how young or handsome he is or how respectable he may become at some time in the future.
Reggie glimpsed a large pianoforte in there and his mother exclaimed over its size. The two older men followed, one behind the other. The earl was the last through the door. Reggie waited for it to shut. He waited in vain. It closed, but only halfway. Privacy, it seemed, was to be illusory. There was no sound of conversation from beyond the door. They had probably all pulled up chairs to listen. And also to watch? It was impossible to tell. He turned his head to look at Lady Annabelle. She was also looking at the door—and then at him.
I beg your pardon,” she said haughtily, lifting her chin and looking at him along the length of her nose, “but is it not premature to refer to the time after we are married? I have not heard you offer me marriage yet. ” “But you will,” he said. “Hear my offer and accept it, that is. You really have no choice, do you? ” “I have exactly as much choice as you,” she said. ” He nodded slowly for a few silent moments. “Touché,” he said. “Ours is sure to be a match made in heaven, I see. We will doubtless live happily ever after.
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