By Barbara Cartland
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Caroline asked with a start. 'Oh yes, of course, I want you to find out who will be in the house-party which arrives today. I expect the housekeeper will have a list so that she can prepare the bedrooms. ' 'Oh, m'lady, what a dreadful danger! I had not thought on it before,' Maria exclaimed in alarm. ' Caroline asked and began to dress. She found that her duties that morning were not very arduous. Lady Brecon slept late and Dorcas saw to all her needs until eleven o'clock. Miss Fry was then requested to read her ladyship the leading articles in the Morning Post and was given two letters to write, after which she was told that her time was her own until the Dowager awoke from her afterluncheon nap.
He swept his hat from his head and she saw that he wore highly polished riding boots and carried a whip in his hand. 'Oh, my lord, what a start you gave me,' Caroline exclaimed. '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.
Give me your arm, Vane, and pray do not glare at me in such a haughty manner. I am no longer afraid of their passions. It was sensible of me to warn the chit. She is pretty enough, I am not saying she isn't, and if I am any judge of my own sex, her heart beats fervently every time she catches sight of your handsome visage. But what good can it do her? ' 'I am not likely to forget that, Aunt Augusta,' Lord Brecon said bitterly. 'No, of course not, but women take such things to heart. ' Lord Brecon said nothing for a moment.
A Duel of Hearts by Barbara Cartland