By Barbara Cartland
Her father had died on their means domestic to England, his occupation in shambles, his identify disgraced through accusations of treason. Now Canuela Arlington and her mom have been on my own in London in determined desire of cash. Canuela must locate paintings. figuring out her gentle good looks used to be bound to impress unwelcome advances, Canuela pulled her lengthy golden hair again sharply from her face, obscured her remarkable grey-green eyes with large glasses and wearing unflattering black. Her very good skills quickly an corporation: Ramon de Lopez, the good-looking Argentine aristocrat, one of many wealthiest males in South the USA. Canuela trembled with rage on the mere point out of his identify for Ramon was once an "old good friend" of her father's, one of many many that abandoned him within the challenge. Canuela may pay off him for his disloyalty. it can now not be tricky to spoil him. If merely he weren't so wildly attractive...
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Dorcas ejaculated. " "It is important and I will tell you when I re- ton," Vanessa replied. " Dorcas enquired sharply, but already Vanessa had left her, hurrying from die kitchen to the little hall. She put the package which the boy had brought down on a narrow oak table, then opened the door. "Mr. Barcellos is out," she said, "but I will pay you what he owes. " "That's right, Miss," the boy answered. "A key 'e wanted made from a wax impression. " "No, I could not," Vanessa answered. " the boy answered.
You may be right, Miss Vanessa," Dorcas admitted. "I never did think those foreigners had much stamina to them. They're a creepy, treacherous lot and you've no right to have a foreigner sleeping in this house. " "I do not think we are important enough for him to bother about us," Vanessa said reassuringly. But however brave she might sound to Dorcas, she felt uncomfortable when she had gone to bed, knowing that Mr. Barcellos had not yet returned to the house and realising he would pass her bed-room as he went upstairs to the attic.
He was certainly no trouble, and yet the mere fact that he was staying in the house made Vanessa feel uncomfortable. She had told herself a hundred times that she should have been firm and turned him away, but she had found it impossible. She had not liked him and he made her feel uneasy from the moment Dorcas had shown him into the small Sitting-Room. A man of perhaps thirty-five, with sharp, pointed features and dark eyes, he appeared very foreign in contrast to the Marquis, who had just left.