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Worthall,” Grif said gruffly. ” “There‟s bound to be some talk, sir,” a stoic Dudley said as he calmly held out his hands for Grif‟s gloves and hat. ” Dudley was right, of course, Grif thought, stepping away from the window. They would eventually be discovered, if not by Lady Worthall, then by someone else. Not one of them believed they could perpetuate this lie forever. The question was, how long could they? A month? A year? A day? “I‟ve been to the kirkwarden to review the parish registers, sir,” Dudley said as he put Grif‟s things away.
And even wiser heads argued that there was no connection between the two disappearances whatsoever, very tiresomely insisting that the Scot had simply returned to Scotland and Miss Farnsworth had returned to Cornwall. Whatever the truth, Anna had built it up to a great romantic adventure in her mind, and the story had so deeply ingrained itself in her imagination that she had, over the last year, devoured all things Scottish, from historical accounts, to travel volumes, to old maps. Scotland sounded magical, a land where time did not march so ploddingly along as it did here, in the Mayfair district of London.
To explain any further would require a map of sorts, and ye are far too pretty to worry with it,” he said, and kissed her knuckles, his lips warm and soft on her skin. “Now, then, if ye will kindly give me leave, I should best be on me way,” he said, and dropping her hand, he turned and walked to the opposite end of the foyer and the entry. Confused and a little perturbed, Anna watched him go, wondering if he had just insulted her intelligence. Did he think her incapable of grasping the simplest tenets of geography?
Highlander In Disguise (Lockhart Trilogy 02) by Julia London