By Mary Balogh
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If you please, sir,” he said with a weary sigh. His father’s bushy eyebrows collided above his nose. ” he barked wrathfully, and he squeezed the bills in his hand and dropped them onto the desk. They fanned out into an alarmingly large heap. “Was it for this that I brought you into the world, Reginald, and spent a king’s ransom to have you educated as a gentleman? Was it not rather that I might see and enjoy the fruits of my labors in my old age? I will never be accepted by all the high and mighty gentlemen of this realm.
He did not bother to lower his voice or disguise the fact that the idea had not been his. “Yes,” she said, gazing at him disdainfully. If he was going to look at her that way, then she was going to look back at him this way. “And yet,” he said, “only a week ago you were so determined to marry someone else that you ran off with him. ” She pressed her lips together and glared at him. Her eyes narrowed. Oh, he was going to play games with her, was he? ” he asked. “Thomas Till,” she said. ” His mouth quirked at one corner.
It was a little bit lopsided. His teeth were large and strong-looking, and the front two were ever so slightly crooked. ” he asked her. “I might,” she said as he bent and handed her her spencer. He kept hold of her bonnet until she was ready for it. “Just so that I know never to come here again,” he added. “Suit yourself,” she told him. But there was something like a smile in his eyes, and Annabelle laughed out loud. He laughed back at her. “We could be friends,” she said. He pulled a face. “We had better not let anyone know when we go to church,” he said.
A Matter of Class by Mary Balogh