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She smiled at him. "And I am going to have to hurry home," she said. "We have a houseful of guests, and I have been truant for long enough. " He grinned once more, turned away, and strode off back in the direction of the stepping stones without another word or a backward glance. Annabelle fought tears. There was no point in even trying to fight the empty, bereft feeling within. That had not really been a kiss, just a demonstration. It had meant nothing whatsoever to him. And everything in the world to her.

Reggie did not. He liked just the opposite. " he asked her. "He would wonder if I had discovered it while gazing into a crystal ball in the schoolroom," she said. "I would not tell him anyway, even if I could do it without betraying myself. I am not a tattle-tale. " "Eating your father's grass," he said, tossing the blade aside, "and enjoying the solitude. " "I saw you at church last Sunday," she told him. "I thought you weren't supposed to look," he said. Her pert little nose had been stuck in the air as she had pointedly not looked his way.

I thought you weren't supposed to look," he said. Her pert little nose had been stuck in the air as she had pointedly not looked his way. "I did not look," she said. "I heard you, singing the hymns. " Which was a horrible bouncer. He had not opened his mouth. "You did not," he said and scowled at her. "All the other girls were looking at you," she said. " She laughed, and it was a bright, merry sound, not the sort of female giggle that grated on male ears. "As long as you don't," he said. "I would think not," she said tartly.

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